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On November 25, 2011 By Caroline Fleming November 22, 2011
If you’ve never had the post-Thanksgiving pleasure of fighting off housewives for the last toy on the shelf (think Arnold Schwarzenegger’s desperate search for TurboMan in Jingle All the Way), consider yourself missing out. And of course, the early bird catches the 60% off iPhones, so large crowds often gather outside the front doors [...]Continue Reading →
On March 8, 2011 By Emily Larish March 6, 2011
The Broadway play, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” has recently run into more than just technical difficulties and scathing reviews. The show, which has already cost producers more than sixty-five million, has also just racked up $12,600 in federal fines. The U.S. Office of Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) concluded its investigation into [...]Continue Reading →
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