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The Babadook

By Kevin Taft | Nov 28
The Aussie horror import "The Babadook" will please those that want horror to explore the darkness, but it is an ultimately unpleasant and disturbing experience disguised as a fun monster movie.

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LGBT Activism Growing in Conservative Panhandle

NATIONAL | Nov 28
Florida's conservative Panhandle region is seeing big changes in attitudes toward gay marriage and gay and lesbian rights.

ACLU Revises Kansas Same Sex Marriage Lawsuit

FAMILY | By Roxana Hegeman | Nov 28
The American Civil Liberties Union revised on Wednesday its lawsuit over gay marriage in Kansas to include claims that the state is refusing to recognize unions performed in Kansas and other states.

City's Ugly Christmas Tree Getting Single Red Bulb

NATIONAL | Nov 28
A much-maligned public Christmas tree in Pennsylvania is getting the Charlie Brown treatment.

Southern Democrats Urge a Return to Party Basics

POLITICS | By Bill Barrow | Nov 28
While the party's positions on gay rights, minority voting access, women's rights and immigration are not wrong, Cole said, "those people who don't see themselves in those groups say, `What have the Democrats got for me?'"


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Carnival of the Animals

MUSIC | By Steven Bergman | Nov 28
A family-friendly feast, celebrating animals from around the world inspires this new recording from the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.

The Babadook

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Nov 28
The Aussie horror import "The Babadook" will please those that want horror to explore the darkness, but it is an ultimately unpleasant and disturbing experience disguised as a fun monster movie.

Horrible Bosses 2

MOVIES | By Brian Shaer | Nov 28
The energy and enthusiasm of Bateman, Day, Sudeikis, Aniston, and the rest of the cast is infectious, even if the movie itself is flagrantly dumb.

Antarctica: A Year on Ice

MOVIES | By Louise Adams | Nov 28
New Zealand dairy farmer Anthony Powell has spent most of his adult life at the South Pole, and spent the last ten years filming primarily time-lapsed scenes for the gorgeous, 90-minute documentary.


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amfAR Study Shows Dire Consequences for HIV Among Black MSM

By | Nov 19
A new study by amfAR and Emory University Rollins School of Public Health shows dire consequences for black MSM living with HIV.

Trigg Labs Provides Safe Sex Kits to Over 300 Non-Profits

By | Nov 28
As World AIDS Day approaches on December 1, the team at Trigg Labs has reached out to keep their customers safe by donating 250,000 safe sex kits to various LGBT and HIV/AIDS organizations throughout the U.S.…

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Thanksgiving Trumps Black Friday for Deals

SAVING | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Nov 26
Thanksgiving could be the best day to shop all year. An analysis of sales data and store circulars by two research firms contradicts conventional wisdom that Black Friday is when shoppers can get the most and biggest sales of the year.

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Nominee for Auto Safety Chief Faces Uphill Climb

AUTO NEWS | By Tom Krisher | Nov 26
Mark Rosekind is a nationally known expert in human fatigue. He may soon inherit a government agency that's been criticized for nodding off at the wheel.

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Student Makes Low-Cost Prosthetic with 3D Printer

SCIENCE | Nov 28
Jeff Powell, a college student in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, made a prosthetic hand for a 7-year-old boy for only $20 using a 3D printer. The impact of this could be more profound. Anna Werner reports.

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Vermont Resorts Make Big Snowmaking Upgrades

By Lisa Rathke | Nov 28
Northeast ski resorts continue to invest millions in leaner and meaner snowmaking guns, with Vermont making big inroads this year.

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"An AIDS Quilt Songbook: Sing for Hope" to Benefit amfAR

HIV/AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | Nov 27
An all-star cast of 40 renowned singers and instrumentalists comes together on one CD to sing for hope and in the cause of supporting AIDS research.

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