Dose: Chef Curry is Cooking  [LINK]
In Sunday's Dose, Tommy Beer highlights Stephen Curry's epic scoring binge and another brilliant all-around performance from LeBron James. [Read More]
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Intel Hit With Class Action Lawsuits Over ‘Meltdown’ Security Flaw  [LINK]
Intel is facing multiple lawsuits over Meltdown and Spectre, but it's not clear that consumers have been harmed in this scenario -- at least, not in a legally actionable way. The post Intel Hit With Class Action Lawsuits Over ‘Meltdown’ ... [Read More]
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Vasari Diary: Julianne Swartz, Munch Meets Schoenberg at the Met, and Artists Playing With Dolls  [LINK]
The latest installment involves a sunlight collector, an atonal performance, and quite a bit more. Read More The post Vasari Diary: Julianne Swartz, Munch Meets Schoenberg at the Met, and Artists Playing With Dolls appeared first on ARTnews.... [Read More]
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Vasari Diary: Julianne Swartz, Munch Meets Schoenberg at the Met, and Artists Playing With Dolls  [LINK]
The latest installment involves a sunlight collector, an atonal performance, and quite a bit more. Read More The post Vasari Diary: Julianne Swartz, Munch Meets Schoenberg at the Met, and Artists Playing With Dolls appeared first on ARTnews.... [Read More]
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‘Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965’ at Di Donna, New York  [LINK]
See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post ‘Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965’ at Di Donna, New York appeared first on ARTnews.... [Read More]
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‘Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965’ at Di Donna, New York  [LINK]
See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post ‘Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965’ at Di Donna, New York appeared first on ARTnews.... [Read More]
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South LA teen battling cancer meets his NBA idol, Stephen Curry, at Staples Center  [LINK]
A dream came true for a South Los Angeles teenager who is battling a rare form of bone cancer when he met his idol, two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry. [Read More]
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Google has planted its flag at CES  [LINK]
 Google’s here, and it’s planning something big. The company’s presence is impossible to miss as you drive down Paradise Road toward the Las Vegas Convention Center. Like much the rest of the show, the company’s parking l... [Read More]
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Ahead of The Golden Globes, ‘The Greatest Showman’ Comes Under Fire  [LINK]
By Max Covill The P.T. Barnum biopic isn’t winning over friends in the animal rights community. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is an interesting voting body. They like to pick television shows and films that fit within their neat frame... [Read More]
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PGA Awards Show Wide Open Oscar Field, ‘Wonder Woman’ Shines  [LINK]
By Max Covill For only the second time in PGA history, two films directed by women are up for the big award. Following the WGA award nominations yesterday, The Producers Guild of American (PGA) have announced their award nominations for the 29th annu... [Read More]
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‘Jumanji’ Goes Wild With $36M+; ‘Insidious’ Looks To Scare ‘Last Jedi’ Out Of 2nd Place With $25M – Late Night B.O. Update  [LINK]
3rd update, Friday PM: More theaters are open in the Northeast following closures yesterday due to Winter Storm Grayson. So, it’s business as usual, and if it wasn’t, then most titles would be off their their tracking. Forty percent K-12 ... [Read More]
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Australia’s International Awards Lauds ‘Three Billboards’ As Best Film; Nolan, Oldman & Robbie Also Win  [LINK]
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Montana continued its strong awards-season run with three wins including Best Film at the seventh annual AACTA International Awards. The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts handed out its hardware tonight... [Read More]
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Call for Entries: 2018 Mirror Awards  [LINK]
The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications is now accepting nominations for the 12th annual Mirror Awards honoring excellence in media industry reporting. The deadline is Feb. 19. Anyone may nominate, and there is no fee to enter. Click here to enter online. In addition to the four award categories used in previous years, this year’s competition includes two special topic categories. ... [Read More]
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Psychology Alumnus Awarded Bronze Medal for Dissertation  [LINK]
William Aue G’14, who earned a Ph.D. from the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a bronze medal for the James McKeen Cattell Dissertation Award for his dissertation, “Understanding Proactive Facilitation in Cued Recall.” William Aue In a continuing effort to encourage and recognize high standards of dissertation research, the Psychology... [Read More]
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Notes On The Season: Oscar Voting Starts; Starry AFI Awards Draws Top Contenders; ‘The Post’ & Jessica Chastain Light Up Palm Springs  [LINK]
A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards circuit. Crunch time is upon us as it was definitely signaled by today’s hot-ticket AFI Awards lunch. That also means Oscar polls open today with the 8500-plus eligible Academy voters ... [Read More]
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Call for Entries: 2018 Mirror Awards  [LINK]
The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications is now accepting nominations for the 12th annual Mirror Awards honoring excellence in media industry reporting. The deadline is Feb. 19. Anyone may nominate, and there is no fee to enter. Click here to enter online. In addition to the four award categories used in previous years, this year’s competition includes two special topic categories. ... [Read More]
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Psychology Alumnus Awarded Bronze Medal for Dissertation  [LINK]
William Aue G’14, who earned a Ph.D. from the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a bronze medal for the James McKeen Cattell Dissertation Award for his dissertation, “Understanding Proactive Facilitation in Cued Recall.” William Aue In a continuing effort to encourage and recognize high standards of dissertation research, the Psychology... [Read More]
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'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Lego Kits Confirm Redesigned Millennium Falcon  [LINK]
A range of toys based on the 'Star Wars' spin-off reveal new details about the film, including Kessel Run Millennium Falcon, a cross between Clone Troopers and Stormtroopers, and speeders.... [Read More]
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'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Lego Kits Confirm Redesigned Millennium Falcon  [LINK]
A range of toys based on the 'Star Wars' spin-off reveal new details about the film, including Kessel Run Millennium Falcon, a cross between Clone Troopers and Stormtroopers, and speeders.... [Read More]
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Lee Maracle, Alberto Manguel, Sally Armstrong among Order of Canada appointees  [LINK]
Métis-Salish author Lee Maracle has been appointed an officer of the Order of Canada for her "contributions to Canada’s literary landscape and for her influential voice in cultural relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada." [Read More]
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Lisa Robertson named recipient of inaugural $40,000 C.S. Wright Award for Poetry  [LINK]
Canadian-born experimental poet Lisa Robertson has won the first C.S. Wright Award for Poetry, a $40,000 U.S. prize administered by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. [Read More]
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In A VFX School Not So Far Away  [LINK]
Forty years ago, George Lucas brought his far away galaxy to the masses and the world was hooked. Many artists and visionaries played important roles in bringing the Star Wars world to life, including concept artist Ralph McQuarrie. If Lucas had stayed true to McQuarrie’s concepts we might have seen a version of Star Wars that featured a Han Solo with green skin and gills, Stormtroopers wit.... [Read More]
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In A VFX School Not So Far Away  [LINK]
Forty years ago, George Lucas brought his far away galaxy to the masses and the world was hooked. Many artists and visionaries played important roles in bringing the Star Wars world to life, including concept artist Ralph McQuarrie. If Lucas had stayed true to McQuarrie’s concepts we might have seen a version of Star Wars that featured a Han Solo with green skin and gills, Stormtroopers wit.... [Read More]
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