Picture this — a Cinderella-like giant glass shoe in a city, with brides and grooms posing in front of it. It sounds bizarre, but Taiwan is inaugurating a church in the shape of a crystal shoe on Feb. 8. As opposed to regular churches, this one is going to be a site for wedding pictures. […]

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“Nerds,” the new musical about Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, tells the story about their rise as technology geniuses and how these two brilliant men eventually revolutionized our culture from the “floppy disc era to the iPhone phenomenon.” The show will open on Broadway in April, with preview performances slated to begin on March 31. […]

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Some may have received a savings bond from an aunt on their 11th birthday. Others, after taking an introductory business course, may have decided to dabble in the stock market and purchase a few shares from a company they like. Generally, people invest money — in people, ideas, companies — to make more money. But have […]

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The Academy Awards are a big deal. The Academy Awards have always been a big deal in a most-prestigious-awards-show kind of way. The Academy Awards have been a big deal for 88 years for their prestige, their class and the fact that they are the world’s oldest entertainment awards ceremony. It now seems, however, that […]

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After hearing about a possible 11th season, a movie and several reunions in association with “Friends” over the years, I could not help but exclaim, “I did my waiting! Twelve years of it!” when NBC officially confirmed a two-hour special with the actors on Feb. 21. “Friends” was the first sitcom I ever watched, and […]

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Alan Rickman, the beloved British actor, suddenly died Thursday at age 69 due to cancer. Rickman was most well known for roles as Professor Snape in the “Harry Potter” movies and Hans Gruber in “Die Hard,” though his talents spread far beyond these two famous franchises. Rickman was well known and also well recognized. He […]

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Chipotle began to experience a series of foodborne illness incidents in Aug. 2015 that led to what is now expected to be a $14 to $16-million scandal, according to CNN. Sixty-four Minnesota customers suffered from salmonella, approximately 100 Southern Californians and 140 Boston College students were infected with norovirus and 53 people in nine other […]

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