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Review: Bohemian Rhapsody-The Movie

Bohemian Rhapsody tells the story of Freddie Mercury and Queen from their start to their final concert at the Live Aid concert in the mid-80’s. It portrays Freddie as a very conflicted multi-faceted personality as he goes from extremely outgoing, controlling and manipulative to very inward and dark and foreboding after he leaves the group and enters into the gay ...

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Fox News Channel to present ‘Modern Warriors: A Veterans Day Special’

FOX News Channel (FNC) will present a one-hour special entitled Modern Warriors: A Veterans Day Special on Sunday, November 11th at 8 PM/ET. “Does it get different the 400th time than the first time,” Pete asks. “It does, but it shouldn’t because complacency kills,” former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill responds. “If you do something right 400 times, that 401st time is ...

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On Veterans Day, Let’s Give Help as Well as Thanks to Those Who Fought for Our Freedom

They fight, make extraordinary sacrifices, and die to protect our freedom. So once a year, when Veterans Day arrives, let’s remember not only to display our flags and give America’s veterans our humble thanks, but also to give real, tangible aid to those who served and who may now need our help. To provide veterans with the assistance they have more than earned, American ...

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One World Observatory Announces Second Annual ‘Winter ONEderland’ Holiday Installation

Monday, November 26 through Monday, January 7 “Winter ONEderland” is a Magical Journey to the Top of One World Observatory featuring Family Friendly Displays, Dazzling Drinks and Dining Experiences, and Santa Visits from Opening to Christmas Eve One World Observatory – the indoor observatory atop the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Trade Center, today announced the second ...

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Don’t Stand in Line: TSA Precheck Open to Military, DOD Civilians

Service members are trusted to defend the nation, surely they can be trusted when boarding a plane. This is the thinking of the Transportation Security Administration, which is pushing to ensure that service members and DOD civilians know they can use the TSA Precheck program. “Service members are already enrolled in TSA Precheck, but many do not know they are,” ...

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Occasions and reasons for sending thoughtful flower bouquets

Ancient poets and authors gave immense importance to flowers. For them, flowers could express every thought that a human being failed to articulate in words. Additionally, flowers could also touch the human heart and soul in invisible ways. The very sight of a flower elevates one’s mood. Red roses can transmit energies of beauty, love, and compassion. Over the years, ...

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Review: Halloween 2018

In 1978 Director John Carpenter created Halloween starring Jamie Lee Curtis in her first role as teenage Laurie Strode. It told the story of a homicidal maniac named Michael Meyers who escaped from his mental institution and comes back to his hometown of Haddonfield, Ill. where he first killed his sister at age six. He begins to terrorize the neighborhood ...

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Making Pumpkin Bread Has Never Been this weird…

Youtube channel “You Suck at Cooking” drags fall into your kitchen kicking and screaming with this episode that will show you how to make pumpkin bread. You’ll need eggs, flour, pumpkin, and a few other ingredients and, of course, a screwdriver and your sacred harvest wand. As usual, YSAC makes learning new recipes into something entertaining. The Recipe (no Chrome ...

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More People Watched ‘House Hunters’ And A Reality TV Show About Iranian-Americans Than Beto’s CNN Townhall

Beto O'Rourke

More people between ages 25 and 54 tuned into Home and Gardening Television (HGTV) and Food Network on average than CNN’s townhall event on television featuring Beto O’Rourke giving his pitch to Texas voters on Thursday night.

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Emergency Physicians Provide Halloween Safety Tips For Parents

It is estimated that more than 41 million children will trick-or-treat nationwide this Halloween. The nation’s emergency physicians offer a few tips to make sure that your child stays safe and that any fright is the fun kind – that doesn’t include a health scare or trip to the emergency department. “Emergency departments do typically see an uptick in visits ...

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Martina McBride Entertains from the Kitchen in New Food Network Show

As a music megastar, Martina McBride has entertained fans with her songs for years, becoming country music royalty. Now, she is giving Food Network viewers a glimpse of how she entertains at home, sharing her recipes and cooking tips that make her the queen of the kitchen on the new series Martina’s Table, premiering on Sunday, November 18th at 12pm ET/PT. Outside the studio, Martina finds creative ...

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Neil Diamond – ’50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition’ to be Released November 30, 2018

On November 30, Capitol/UMe will celebrate a half-century of top-shelf music-making with the release of Neil Diamond’s 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition, a 6CD retrospective that spans the singer/songwriter’s entire storied career. This fully loaded collection contains 115 tracks overall set in a hard-cover book, featuring scores of Diamond’s most beloved hits alongside demos, rarities and 15 previously unreleased tracks. Diamond’s unique connection with audiences ...

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