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‘The View’ co-hosts clap back at men who criticize Taylor Swift’s NFL game appearances

‘The View’ co-hosts clap back at men who criticize Taylor Swift’s NFL game appearances

Whoopi Goldberg On ‘Barbie’ Snubs: ‘Not everyone gets a prize’ Academy Award winner Whoopi Goldberg has weighed in on the ‘Barbie’ movie’s recent Oscar snub, saying, “Not everyone gets a prize.” unbranded – Entertainment “The View” co-hosts are going on the offensive to slam men who are “pissed” over Taylor Swift‘s attending NFL games in...

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Football is king: NFL dominates television viewing in 2023

Football is king: NFL dominates television viewing in 2023

49ers, Giants, and Packers are locks for Week 18 Lorenzo Reyes gives his last regular season locks before Week 18. Football remains king in the United States and as viewing habits change with streaming, live sports still demand the attention of the viewing audience at large. Of the 100 most-watched television broadcasts in 2023, a...

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Literate Matters: ‘House of Grief’ reveals how tragedy can be personal and communal

Literate Matters: ‘House of Grief’ reveals how tragedy can be personal and communal

Glen Young  |  The Petoskey News-Review Perhaps it’s only my limited imagination, or too many episodes of “Dateline,” but the relationship between infidelity and true crime seems as tight as ever. And in “This House of Grief” Helen Garner, the Australian novelist and journalist, examines an episode that shows how this relationship is as heartbreaking...

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Baz Luhrmann says Nicole Kidman has come around on ‘Australia,’ their 2008 box-office bomb

Baz Luhrmann says Nicole Kidman has come around on ‘Australia,’ their 2008 box-office bomb

In a box of sparkling diamonds, there’s always one hidden gem. For three decades, Baz Luhrmann has brought his singular vision to extravagant hits like “Elvis,” “The Great Gatsby” and “Moulin Rouge!” But in 2008, the Aussie filmmaker made a rare misstep with “Australia,” which carried a $130 million price tag but made just $50...

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ANU and UWA launch a revolution in Australian science education

ANU and UWA launch a revolution in Australian science education

Two national teaching programs will “revolutionise” science education in Australian schools and generate the next generation of Aussie Einsteins, quantum gurus, and the nation’s future science and technology workforce. The national launch of the Quantum Girls and Einstein-First programs is being led by two Prime Minister’s Prize for Science winners, Emeritus Professor David Blair from...