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The state is on the verge of a new national advertising campaign that it's calling Find the Good Life in North Dakota. The hope is to lure enough warm bodies and skilled workers to fill 25,000 jobs now vacant, and another 76,000 that it expects to
But if there's one thing he always makes time for, it's his beloved city of Boston. Blue Bloods in New York City. "The crew, who had all lived through 9-11, started coming over to me one by one, saying, 'There is something wrong in Boston, you should
Actor and native New Yorker Michael Rapaport joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to talk about his new documentary "When The Garden Was Eden," which chronicles the glory days of the New York Knicks and their arena Madison Square Garden and opened the
In the latest episode of Weezy Wednesday he includes footage of his celebration last year in order to set the tone for his followers who choose to indulge. The Young Money leader proceeds to get higher that a cable bill on what has to be one of the
Before Chris and Liam Hemsworth captured your attention, it was the Lawrence brothers who had stolen your heart. If you grew up in the '90s, chances are you had a pinup or five featuring Joey and Matthew Lawrence. From Joey's Blossom days to Matthew'
A child shocks his parents with hints of what heaven is like after a near-death experience. The kid attractor factor: A kid makes funny song requests to an angelic choir...Violence: A gruesome injury, a child's battle with appendicitis.
CaliforniaThe April 11 opening night of the internationally acclaimed, Tony Award-winning musical Les Miserables at the Stanford University's Memorial Auditorium had a surprising featuretime travel. Kelly Gregg, a junior double majoring in theater
We are so used to cartoon features aimed at kids that an animated film set in a care home for the elderly comes as a complete surprise...The residents, abandoned by their children, face memory loss and eventually death. Nonetheless, in its portrayal
For years, audiences and critics have been calling on Lukas Moodysson, the former wunderkind of Swedish cinema, to make a film in the vein of his early features Fucking Amal (released here as Show Me Love) and Together. Finally, in adapting a graphic
Kate Simses of ABC's Mixology knows from real-life experience, since Ryan's an executive producer of the sitcom. In a recent visit to our New York studio, Kate spoke about having Ryan drop by their set and dished on what it's like shooting alongside