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  • 'Save Me' plans to end its run with Betty White as God

    'Save Me' plans to end its run with Betty White as God
    NBC burned off its episodes of the Anne Heche comedy series "Save Me" over the last month, but though it was never given much of a chance, it's ending its run with an eye-catching guest appearance. The ubiquitous Betty White will be appearing as God....
  • Jamie Dornan: Five things to know about the new Christian Grey

    Jamie Dornan: Five things to know about the new Christian Grey
    If you were one of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" fans left scratching your head after Charlie Hunnam was first cast as Christian Grey, you were probably even more perplexed when it was announced Jamie Dornan would take over the role. On Wednesday evening,...
  • UK female bodybuilder's steroid use made her grow penis, facial hair

    UK female bodybuilder's steroid use made her grow penis, facial hair
    A UK woman's obsession with bodybuilding and frequent steroid use has made her grow a penis and facial hair, Huffington Post UK reports. Female bodybuilder Candice Armstrong, 28, says that her use of the steroid Trenbolone has made her "grow facial hair...
  • So are Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott broke or not?

    So are Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott broke or not?
    So how broke are Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott? We're getting the feeling that it's all relative. As in, relative to the super-rich lifestyle she had when she was younger. When Spelling told People magazine on Thursday that she and McDermott were...
  • 'Strike Back' renewed for 4th, final season

    'Strike Back' renewed for 4th, final season
    I've got some good news and some bad news, "Strike Back" fans. The action series will return for a fourth season in 2014, but it will be the show's final season. Cinemax announced the renewal Monday, adding that the 10-episode final season will film in...
  • Miley Cyrus' VMA outfit isn't the year's scariest Halloween costume

    Miley Cyrus' VMA outfit isn't the year's scariest Halloween costume
    In between Obamacare website glitches, and the NSA spying on almost everyone in Europe (if it’s Monday, it must be Spain), and a possible terrorist attack in China’s Tiananmen Square and so on and so forth, there’s also this pressing...
  • When judges mouth off outside the courtroom

    Supporters of photo ID requirements for voters are fond of noting that the Supreme Court upheld Indiana’s ID law in a 2007 decision written by the then-dean of the court’s liberal wing, Justice John Paul Stevens. Now critics of voter ID laws,...
  • Was U.S. wrong to spy on allies?

    Was U.S. wrong to spy on allies?
    According to news reports based on leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the United States has been spying on allies, including Germany, Spain, France and Brazil. The spying reportedly has gone as far as monitoring the cellphone of German...
  • Authors from diverse backgrounds share path to success

    Authors from diverse backgrounds share path to success
    Two retailers - Macy's and Books & Books - have teamed up for a special literary presentation: Faces of America. The event is centered on four authors from diverse cultural backgrounds discussing their paths to success in the U.S. The conversation...
  • Where do you stand on kids using social media?

    Where do you stand on kids using social media?
    My son is nearing 11, and I don't let him use social media. As you might have read in an earlier post, he doesn't have his own cellphone yet. He uses my iPhone sometimes, but I limit the apps to single-player games and educational programs and don't let...
  • Can Booklikes be the next Goodreads?

    We're swamped with social media sites. There's Facebook and Twitter, Tumblr and Path. And Instagram, and Pinterest. For book lovers, there are Goodreads and LibraryThing. Do we really need another site? Maybe. Some of the biggest social media sites...