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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40+ Superb Soups Made With This Year’s Hottest Ingredient

cusine40+ Superb Soups Made With This Year’s Hottest Ingredient
If you’ve noticed a major uptick in the use of the word pulses as of late, it’s no coincidence. Earlier this year, the UN General Assembly declared 2016 the international year of pulses as a way to spotlight this humble, healthy food group. And, if you …
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Supercharged soups for health, weight loss
You’ve probably heard of juicing, the liquid diet trend that has exploded in recent years. But what about souping? That’s right, souping. Sipping soup or broth to improve health or lose weight is the elixir du jour on the healthy eating scene. At both …
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Best soups in San Francisco and the Bay Area
With all the weather-based complaints lately, the one thing that can easily make the storms better is a hearty bowl of soup. To take the work out of finding the best in the Bay Area, S.F. Chronicle restaurant critic Michael Bauer’s already done the …
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Hottest Transportation Stocks Now – DAC DHT ATSG CVTI

trendHottest Transportation Stocks Now – DAC DHT ATSG CVTI
And for more on the hot stocks moving most on Wall Street right now, check out our archive of daily market movers by sector here. Editor’s Note: Returns for the fastest-moving stocks listed here are based on share prices 20 minutes prior to publication …
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Tampa Bay is a graveyard for transportation ballot measures
“I was really astonished that it was that far off from the national average,” said Jason Jordan, executive director of Center for Transportation Excellence, which studies transportation ballot initiatives. Here in Tampa Bay, the numbers are even more …
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Metro seeks applicants for influential transportation committee
Metro’s Transportation Policy Alternatives Committee, or TPAC, is seeking volunteers interested in transportation issues. Three community-member appointments are open for two-year terms starting in January. Applications will be accepted until Dec. 11 …
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Georgia’s Hottest Country Singers, One Epic Photo – Taste of Country

musicGeorgia’s Hottest Country Singers, One Epic Photo – Taste of Country
It’s unclear when the photo was taken, since the artists have been busy traveling all over the country this summer playing festivals and stadiums, but the four guys, who are friends, still cross paths. Swindell, who was named New Artist of the Year at …
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Trisha Yearwood exhibit opens at the Country Music Hall of Fame | News OK
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Former Owasso resident Trisha Yearwood will perform Thursday afternoon at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in honor of the opening of the museum’s new exhibit “Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When.”.
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Jake Owen on Exhausted Bro-Country Debate: ‘It’s So Annoying’
Ever since the term first appeared in 2013, it seems like all people want to talk about when country music comes up is “bro-country” – whether it’s really a sub-genre, whether it’s good or bad and who fits in the category. But for artists like Jake …
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