Parents Television Council wants to sink ‘Adult Swim’

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It’s a free country, so if you don’t like what you’re watching, change the damn channel. That’s a message for the Parents Television Council, the watchdog group that has unleashed its latest barrage of hysterical attacks. Usually these are reserved …
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Samsung The Frame Television
The world of televisions is one of the most competitive consumer markets and the leading technological brands are always endeavouring to outdo one another with new, advanced ideas. Well, Samsung, have gone the other way with it and stripped things back to …
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The X-Files May Return to Television
FOX is in early talks to bring back The X-Files. Dana Walden and Gary Newman, co-chairmen and CEOs of FOX Television Group revealed at today’s TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour. IGN was able to follow-up with Walden with a small group of …
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Get your antiques appraised this weekend at Fayetteville Arts Council fund-raiser

trendGet your antiques appraised this weekend at Fayetteville Arts Council fund-raiser
Items can be evaluated by a professional antiques appraiser or dealer, an announcement from the Arts Council says. The professionals will say what they think would be the fair market value of the items, but won’t make written appraisals for insurance …
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Photos: 2015 Brimfield Antique Show, September edition
BRIMFIELD — For more than 50 years, the Brimfield Antique Show has attracted antiques dealers, collectors and visitors from across the United States and abroad. The annual event appears three times a year — in May, July and September — with the help …
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Antiques market: Take the train to luxurious Atlantic City
Back in the 1930s, the long lines of cars headed to the beach traveled on rails instead of six-lane highways. This original Pennsylvania Railroad poster by Edward M. Eggleston promotes Atlantic City as “America’s Great Seashore Resort.” The veracity of …
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