Daily Mail - YOU
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As January trudges on, it’s easy to get stuck in a beauty rut – so I dialled Provence-born make-up artist Laura Mercier to see if our French sisters could give us any tips on tweaking our looks.
Variety
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Film festivals have been good launching pads for the great modern gay love stories, from “Brokeback Mountain” (Venice) to “The Kids Are All Right” (Sundance) to “Carol” (Cannes). So there’s been considerable anticipation at this years Sundance for Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name,” based on the celebrated 2007 novel. Fueling the positive buzz... Read more »
Forbes
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The NBA's first blockbuster trade of the year could be completed soon and it involved the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Detroit Pistons. Plus, the Clippers make an offer to the Phoenix Suns for Pj Tucker
ABC News - United States
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Don't want to bum your buzz, but that expensive bong you got cheap to smoke your pot may be bogus
Western Daily Press
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News of a new event, described as a 'sister festival' to Glastonbury has created quite a buzz since we reported it last Tuesday (January 17). Now Micheal and Emily Eavis have released much more information about the Variety Bazaar - the pair spilled the beans in a Q and A session with the public in the Guardian. Here's everything we found out. The new festival will take place in Glastonbury's fallow year - with Glastonbury Festival will carrying on as usual the rest of the time. On those years...
TIME - Top Stories
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And the crowd was huge by historical standards. Event organizers expected about 800,000 witnessesmore than three times the number that turned out to watch Ronald Reagan take the oath in 1981. But compared to the recent inaugurations of Barack Obama, the turnout was modest. It was no more than half the audience that swarmed the National Mall in 2009. Indeed, much of the buzz leading up to the day had to do with the people who would not be attending. More than 60 Congressional Democrats announced they would boycott the swearing-in ceremony. The Hollywood A-list gave it a pass. Professors on campuses across the country organized counter-Inauguration teach-ins to inoculate their students against Trumpism. There was even pressure on a group of Girl Scouts to withdraw from the Inaugural parade. Trump himself had to be talked into honoring the entire ritual.
TIME - Top Stories
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American carnage is how he tallied it all up, in a phrase as dark as any spoken by an American president. Even Franklin D. Roosevelt, who gave voice to the ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished of the land, only painted one-third of the nation in those terms. To hear Trump, the entire country is a wreck. *** Security was tightsome 28,000 law enforcement officers prepared for every possible threat, from rioting protestors to a terrorist attack. And the crowd was huge by historical standards. Event organizers expected about 800,000 witnessesmore than three times the number that turned out to watch Ronald Reagan take the oath in 1981. But compared to the recent inaugurations of Barack Obama, the turnout was modest. It was no more than half the audience that swarmed the National Mall in 2009. Indeed, much of the buzz leading up to the day had to do with the people who would not be attending.
Universe Today
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He will forever be known as ‘The Last Man on the Moon,” and for the extraordinary impact he had on our country and the world. Cernan was one of only 12 astronauts to walk on the moon. Neil Armstong and Buzz Aldrin were the first during the Apollo 11 moon landing mission in 1969 that fulfilled President Kohn F. Kennedy’s promise to land oa moon on the Moon during the 1960’s. Cernan retired from NASA and the U.S. Navy in 1976. He continued to advise NASA as a consultant and appeared frequent on TV news programs during NASA’s manned space missions. He advocated for NASA and science his entire adult life. “As an astronaut, Cernan left an indelible impression on the moon when he scratched his daughter's initials in the lunar surface alongside the footprints he left as the last human to walk on the moon. Guests of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex can learn more about Cernan’s legacy at the new Heroes & Legends exhibit, where his spacewalk outside the actual Gemini IX space capsule is brought to life through holographic imagery.
The Economic Times
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BBC Two England
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You can't keep doing that. I seem to enjoy the big occasions. There is massive buzz when you win a match like that. No better feeling. I am through to the final again. And up next is Ding Junhui against owe Perry. The Chinese player has only won once at Alexandra Palace, one match since then.
The Huffington Post
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"I've always worn socks that stand out, and as I was getting more and more compliments on my socks. Each time there's a game, my socks are shown on national, live TV. As I continued to get more buzz about my socks, I thought, 'Why should I promote someone else's brand when I could be promoting my own'." McCarty explains was the inspiration behind creating a sock line of his own. The line of socks, called 8ty2 -- named after the fact that there are 82 games in an NBA season -- are designed to be upscale and stylish. Since launching 8ty2 only a few short months ago, McCarty has seen exponential growth, despite that they're available only online and in one boutique retailer, Bodega . The socks can be seen all over social media rocked by celebrities from professional golfers to NBA greats to sports anchors . But his explosive growth hasn't been the result of an onslaught of marketing campaigns and advertising efforts.
Variety
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Kumail Nanjiani, the Pakistani-American comic best know for Silicon Vally, revisits one of the most painful chapters of his personal life in The Big Sick. The comedy has its premiere Friday night at Sundance, and sight unseen, the buzz is so loud that it is expected to inspire one of the biggest bidding wars of... Read more »
Variety
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Kumail Nanjiani, the Pakistani-American comic best know for Silicon Vally, revisits one of the most painful chapters of his personal life in The Big Sick. The comedy has its premiere Friday night at Sundance, and sight unseen, the buzz is so loud that it is expected to inspire one of the biggest bidding wars of... Read more »
Forbes
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The Atlanta Hawks have discussed, albeit briefly, trading Dwight Howard. Does that mean he is available? Is Dwyane Wade's future in Chicago in question? What's the latest on Suns forward Pj Tucker? SportsMoney gets you up to date on the latest.
Techradar
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I like angry sounding music, and whether I'm listening to Castrovalva's ' Pump Pump ' or ' My People ' by The Presets, the V-Modas do every fuzz-driven bass line and buzz saw synth justice. They don't come cheap and feel a little flimsy, but if the music comes first then there are few better options. Read the full review: V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Best monitor I've found it difficult to go back to 16:9 monitors after using ultra-wide monsters over the years. The LG 34UC97G certainly isn't cutting-edge, featuring a somewhat pedestrian 2,560 x 1,080 pixel-resolution. However, I find that it strikes the perfect balance between providing ample screen-real estate on the desktop and how taxing it is on my PC's graphics card. Its killer feature, a 144Hz refresh date, makes gaming much more enjoyable than it was in the days of 60Hz, which feels like a prehistoric era in 2017.
ITV
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And we expect this cycle to just work. But does it? BUZZ Add Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser to kill 99.9% of bacteria, even in 30-degree water. For a confident clean you can trust. I've been bitten a few times.
Forbes
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If you get an adrenaline buzz from solving problems or making things, then computer science might be for you.
Plymouth Herald
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WELCOME to the Plymouth Argyle live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Friday, January 20. As we all continue our descent to normality after the surreal buzz of Liverpool in the FA Cup, the Pilgrims are set to travel to Cheltenham Town today ahead of their League Two fixture tomorrow. We will continue to bring you reaction from Wednesday night's match, but crucially, build up to tomorrow's big match, where Argyle can close the gap on leaders Doncaster...
OK!
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To celebrate the power of the mighty oat and pay homage to when Buzz Aldrin set himself up with oats the morning he walked on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, Quaker Oats are sending oats into space for the very first time. [PH] Now is your chance to win your very own set of oats that have been to space and back, amongst other galactic goodies. Quaker Oats is giving away a week’s worth of exclusive Oat So SimpleSpace Oats’ so that you too can start your day with the ...
The Northern Echo - Sport
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Jones said: “I want to get going and get the buzz of the training room. That’s what I’ve missed, but I’ve been involved in football in different ways. “What I’ve missed in football is being in the game and being in the dressing room. “I’ve missed the matchday experience. “I’ve been sat in a stand watching others do it. I’ve been in the game a long time and I’ve never come out of it, but I’ve been in a different direction. “The chairman here sold me a dream, he’s ambitious. I’ve had people phoning me with congratulations and I’ve has people phoning saying I’m mad! “We all want to do well and I felt this was right for me. Gary is ambitious, young and a bit naïve on certain things, but that’s why he’s employed me as a football manager. “He’s employed me to build this club as he sees fit.’ “I want to bring a professionalism to this club. It might be so-called small club, but we can have big ambitions.
Plymouth Herald
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WELCOME to the Plymouth Argyle live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Friday, January 20. As we all continue our descent to normality after the surreal buzz of Liverpool in the FA Cup, the Pilgrims are set to travel to Cheltenham Town today ahead of their League Two fixture tomorrow. We will continue to bring you reaction from Wednesday night's match, but crucially, build up to tomorrow's big match, where Argyle can close the gap on leaders Doncaster...
ITV
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We wear them, we wash them, we drag them, we wash them. And we expect this cycle to just work. But does it? BUZZ Add Dettol Antibacterial Laundry Cleanser to kill 99.9% of bacteria, even in 30-degree water.
Variety
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The Huffington Post
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It wasn't the Congress who was responsible, it wasn't philanthropic institutions, and it wasn't the Church. It was organized labor. That was true then and it's true today. If a woman wants to be assured of making the same rate of pay as a man (and who would oppose that??), the only place where this is guaranteed in writing is within the confines of a labor union. Accordingly, instead of sending petitions to Congress, holding demonstration at city hall, enlisting in buzz-groups, or writing scathingly clever op-eds for the New York Times, women should consider getting scary. They should consider doing what men dread them doing, which is to abandon good manners and act independently. If women rightly believe it's outrageously unfair for them to make 77-cents on the dollar compared to what men make (and who doesn't??), they need to abandon their intellectualism and rhetoric, and do something bold but effective.