14 Hottest Sundance Movies for Sale: From Degenerate Nuns to Sexting Angelenos (Photos)

trend14 Hottest Sundance Movies for Sale: From Degenerate Nuns to Sexting Angelenos (Photos)
Streaming companies and indie distributors will battle it out for these movies. “Brigsby Bear” Kyle Mooney (“SNL”) leads an impressive ensemble in what seems to be a millennial take on “The Truman Show.” The title refers to a children’s TV …
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Award Season Scorecard: How Many Wins and Nominations the Biggest Movies Have So Far
The Oscar nominations haven’t even been announced yet, and already award season is looking like it belongs to one movie: La La Land. After the movie’s record-breaking night at the Golden Globes, you may be wondering how it is actually stacking up in wins …
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New movies: Multiple personality thriller ‘Split,’ McDonald’s tale ‘The Founder’
“20th Century Women” (R): The story of three women who explore love and freedom in Southern California during the late 1970s. Movie theaters: Avenue 16, Indian River 24 “The Founder” (PG-13): The story of Ray Kroc, (played by Michael Keaton) a …
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Why Does Asian Food Taste So Different From Western Food?

cusineWhy Does Asian Food Taste So Different From Western Food?
Nature has published a fascinating paper that solves a seemingly silly but very interesting question: why do Western and Asian foods taste so different? After analyzing 56,498 recipes the answer is in the way they pair 381 ingredients. According to the …
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Sietsema’s 15 Best Dishes of 2016
180 West St, Brooklyn, 347-987-3666 Duck Chettinad with Foie Gras at Indian Accent — When Indian Accent arrived from Delhi, India this year, it placed South Asian cuisine in a fine dining idiom it has rarely seen here. Every course of its prix fixe …
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Cardinal, The Food Company
Counting 21 years as an importer and seller of the most established brands in the Asian food business, Cardinal The Food Company, commissioned us to breathe new life into its own-brand range of products. Apart from creating a consistent brand identity that …
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Is your ‘healthy’ lunch making you FAT? The salads from high street chains with more calories than a fry-up (and soups with dangerous levels of sugar and salt) revealed

cusineIs your ‘healthy’ lunch making you FAT? The salads from high street chains with more calories than a fry-up (and soups with dangerous levels of sugar and salt) revealed
Health-conscious Brits are increasingly looking for a lunchtime snack that won’t lead to them piling on the pounds or feeling guilty about their meal choice. Many of them may believe they are being angelic by opting for a soup or salad from a high street …
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4-H club donates to area senior citizens
The Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers and their families provided many items including hams, vegetables, soups, dinner rolls, pies, paper towels, puzzles and much more. The seniors citizens center and the Sunrise Manor were very grateful and excited when …
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4 facts about Amore Bakery and Cafe, open now in downtown Gretna
4. In the next four weeks, Amore will start making beignets and zeppoles. Next, the cafe will add breakfast and then, a little later, soups and sandwiches for lunch. But first, Spicuzza has to get a handle on the crowds who have found the new bakery.
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Capitals Recall Paul Carey from Hershey

sportCapitals Recall Paul Carey from Hershey
ARLINGTON, Va. – The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Paul Carey from the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today. Carey, 28, scored one goal in four games with the …
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Islanders GM Garth Snow reiterates faith in team
EAST MEADOW, N.Y. –The New York Islanders enter their game against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Barclays Center on Friday (7 p.m. ET; SN, TVA Sports, MSG+, ROOT, NHL.TV) in last place in the Eastern Conference, but hours before the opening faceoff, general …
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Preview: Lightning at Islanders
It’s the first of a five-game road trip for the Tampa Bay Lightning, who have been unable to string wins together; they have alternated wins and losses in their past six games (3-2-1). They’ll play 12 of their next 17 on the road. The Lightning will be …
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From ‘Hamilton’ To ‘Hedwig,’ Portland Producer Makes It Big On Broadway Musicals

musicFrom ‘Hamilton’ To ‘Hedwig,’ Portland Producer Makes It Big On Broadway Musicals
What do the hit Broadway shows “Hamilton,” “Matilda,” “Hedwig and the Angry Itch,” and “Pippin” have in common? Lake Oswego native-turned-Broadway producer Brisa Trinchero. Trinchero grew up working the box office at the Lakewood Theatre …
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Review: Goodspeed Musicals is busy ‘Chasing Rainbows’
Dorothy and her puppy Toto are iconic figures in motion picture legend. Her journey from a farm house in Kansas all the way to the Land of Oz in the Emerald City, via a yellow brick road, is one millions have traveled with her. Judy Garland, the little …
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Review: ‘Sunday in the Park with George’ – Encores Great American Musicals at City Center
When “Sunday in the Park with George” premiered off Broadway in 1983, it shook things up. Theatergoers were treated to a profoundly moving work of art as much as to a Broadway musical. But over 30 years later, it’s clear that, if “Sunday” wasn …
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From Dhoni’s Captaincy To Rahane’s Struggles: Here Are 8 Talking Points From India-NZ ODI Series

sportFrom Dhoni’s Captaincy To Rahane’s Struggles: Here Are 8 Talking Points From India-NZ ODI Series
On Saturday, India wrapped up the ODI series against New Zealand 3-2 with a massive 190-run win in Vizag. It was a series that see-sawed after a one-sided Test series. Here are some takeaways from the ODIs. The Big Question: Should the captaincy change hands?
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Tharanga ton gives Lankans 537
For a brief period on the second morning, Zimbabwe made run-scoring look strenuous. For the rest of the day, Sri Lanka’s batsmen enjoyed a placid Harare surface and a tiring bowling attack to pile on 537. Upul Tharanga, displaying admirable patience …
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Bishoo performs well on Day 1 of 1st Test, West Indies vs Pakistan
West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo helped put the West Indies in a good position on the first day of the third Test match against Pakistan at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Sunday. The 30-year-old took four wickets for 74 runs as the West Indies …
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10 Great Moments From the Early Days of Lollapalooza

music10 Great Moments From the Early Days of Lollapalooza
Back then, they were touring behind their first album Ten and were widely considered part of grunge movement. Irritating as it was for them to be lumped into the hyped Seattle scene, being onstage gave Pearl Jam a freedom and a recklessness to escape.
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Fashion goes grunge for fall
So say the various retailers’ trend reports — the same ones that also announce the correctness of wearing certain shades of blue or floral prints. Unlimited access to ColumbiaTribune.com on your computer, tablet and smart phone, as well as the Web App …
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Marilyn Manson says he invented grunge: “You’re welcome”
Marilyn Manson may have buried the hatchet with Billy Corgan and Courtney Love, but his latest comments on grunge music might ruffle a few feathers and instigate a whole other world of controversy. In a new interview, the industrial rocker claims he was …
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Mayor Barrett walks with Teens from the Earn and Learn Program to Promote Healthy Lifestyles

?????????????????Mayor Barrett walks with Teens from the Earn and Learn Program to Promote Healthy Lifestyles
On a warm, partly cloudy Friday afternoon, Milwaukee teens and Mayor Tom Barrett enjoyed the weather and fellowship while walking to promote healthy lifestyles in Milwaukee. As part of Mayor Barrett’s Walk 100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge, nearly 180 …
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Obesity Means Earlier Death, Especially for Men
Obesity is a growing problem with increasingly poor diets and increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Researchers have linked obesity to a greater risk of high blood pressure and high cholesterol, increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke. Obesity is also …
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WHEN THE CHURCH GOES BAD
At any rate, this is usually the first step toward a church’s failure. Next, invariably, comes a rapidly growing acceptance of assorted sexual “lifestyles.” As one young female pastor said to me, face to face, adultery is “no big deal.”
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Solar Spacecraft At Jupiter’s Doorstep For Historic Close-up Visit From Earth After 5-year Journey

trendSolar Spacecraft At Jupiter’s Doorstep For Historic Close-up Visit From Earth After 5-year Journey
Solar spacecraft Juno arrived at the outer reaches of Jupiter on Monday, July 4, 2016, for an exploratory plunge into its orbit, farther than any other rocket ship before. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been watching the Juno …
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‘Burn complete, orbit obtained’: Juno mission ready to unlock Jupiter’s secrets
After an almost five year journey, the US space agency’s solar-powered Juno spacecraft has arrived on Jupiter’s doorstep and is “ready to unlock” all Jupiter’s secrets. Jubilant scientists in NASA control room rose to standing ovation when Juno was …
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NASA’s Juno spacecraft set to enter Jupiter’s orbit tonight
NASA’s Juno spacecraft left Earth on August 5, 2011, to begin its 1.74 billion mile journey to Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun and the largest in our solar system. If all goes as planned, Juno will insert itself into Jupiter’s orbit late this …
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Summer dining news from around Western Mass.

cusineSummer dining news from around Western Mass.
Hugh Robert is a faculty member in Holyoke Community College’s hospitality and culinary arts program and has over 40 years of restaurant and educational experience. Please send items of interest to Off the Menu at the Republican, P.O. Box 1329, Springfield …
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Computers, culinary arts good combo for Hackettstown woman
Jessica Westgate’s job as the manager at Marley’s Gotham Grill in Hackettstown is very safe. Quite safe, in fact. After all, her mother Joann is an owner. But Westgate knows that things can change over time, so she recently set a goal for herself to get an …
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Food Network’s ‘Chopped Junior’ Finalist Talks Passion for Culinary Arts
Bryce Taylor, left, has been featured as a teen chef on “Chopped Junior.” (Image: Twitter) Bryce Taylor is not your average 8 th grader. Sure, he’s 13 years old and excited about selecting high schools soon, but he’s already thinking about a high …
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