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American Horror Stories Poster Returns to the Murder House

The upcoming American Horror Story spinoff, American Horror Stories, debuts in just under a month and while there is still very little known about the weekly anthology series, FX on Hulu released a new poster for the series on Monday that is giving fans a major hint of what they might be able to expect -- and it looks like we might be headed back to where it all started. The new poster features a figure in the creepy "Rubber Man" suit looking across a red field at the infamous Murder House. What's interesting about the figure in the suit, however, is it appears to be a female form which could make for an interesting twist.
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Korea’s Contents Panda Takes Bumper Cannes Slate Online

Contents Panda, the sales arm of Next Entertainment World, has added comedy horror film “Oh My Ghost” to its burgeoning Cannes Market lineup. Only the company will not physically be in Cannes, and will concentrate on the pre-Cannes online version of the market instead. South Korea’s film production sector is...

Sponsored ContentDoes Delta-8 THC Get You High?

This article was originally published on Real Tested CBD. To view the original article, click here. There is a new cannabinoid on the rise: Delta-8 THC. This close relative of the more commonly known Delta-9 THC is making its mark on the hemp and cannabis industries. With Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol usually being referred to as THC, it’s no wonder this new similarly named cannabinoid is turning heads. So, what is Delta-8 THC and how does it make you feel? Is this the cannabinoid you’ve been waiting for? Read on to find out.

“Mad Money” Host Explains Why He Sold His Bitcoin

The host of CNBC’s “Mad Money” has admitted to offloading most of his Bitcoin holdings as the asset continues to tumble in price. Jim Cramer made the revelation on June 21 during an interview with CNBC’s Squawk Box, in which he cited a number of reasons for his decision to sell.
TravelTravel Weekly

WTTC warns UK could lose £19.8bn in July if travel remains stalled

The UK will lose £639 million each day during July if international travel remains off limits, according to a letter from the World Travel & Tourism Council to the British prime minister. That would amount to a possible £19.8 billion loss if international travel is effectively delayed until August, warns...
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Physicians: The Culture of Complainers (Part 3)

We have been lamenting about the interruption that technological mandates have brought to physician practices in the recent decade. But technology can leverage doctor’s practice only if used in the right way. According to a Study Physician, Burnout seems to correlate with Electronic Health Record Usage (EHR) directly. Forty percent of physician burnout is attributable to EHRs, up from the previously estimated 13 percent. That is why powerful technologies like EHR have met with many criticisms from physicians, some of which turn out to be accurate. With the advent of the Merit-based physician reimbursement, a medical record that used to be a few lines to document now may be over two pages long. That is even more stressful when the patient visits time lowered to 15 min or less!
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Dr. Adam Tabriz

Science and Technology in Defiance of the Art of Medicine: The Fundamental Variance of Attitude! (Part 1)

Healthcare and the Art of Medicine are on the verge of Annihilation. Healthcare and the art of medicine are on the verge of annihilation. The science of medicine is being taken over by decisions made by bureaucracy, monopoly, and erroneous facts. People are laying their trust in technology and technocracy (ever) than before. Patient’s conviction of healthcare is at an all-time low, as they are taking the matter into their own hands.
LawSentinel & Enterprise

Editorial: There’s no excuse to delay passage of ‘Conrad’s Law’

It doesn’t seem possible that with the plethora of publicity surrounding the coercion-assisted suicide of Massachusetts teen Conrad Roy back in 2014, that this state would still remain one of the few that hasn’t passed a criminal statute covering such a crime. But that’s the case, despite the efforts of...
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Angeline Boulley and Kelly Quindlen in conversation with Joshilyn Jackson

Join us for the 2021 Joshilyn Jackson Summer Reading Series presented by the Georgia Center for the Book and the AJC Decatur Book Festival. This year, Joshilyn and her co-captain, Atlanta author and journalist Nicki Salcedo, have curated a selection of some of the year's best reads, including this week’s event with Joshilyn Jackson in conversation with Angeline Boulley and Kelly Quindlen on June 22, 2021, at 7 p.m. ET. Tickets are free and open to the public, but you must register on Eventbrite to receive the link to the Zoom webinar. If you'd like to purchase copies of these books, we hope you'll purchase from Brave & Kind Bookshop, our partners for this event.
Camden, MESun-Journal

Author to share first two books in mystery series

The Camden Public Library will welcome back writer Matt Cost (a.k.a. Matthew Langdon Cost) for a two-part book talk at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 29. This online event will serve as a launch for Cost’s new book “Wolfe Trap.” The novel is the first in a new series surrounding private investigator Clay Wolfe, in the fictional coastal town of Port Essex, Maine. The other book in the library presentation is Cost’s book, “Mainely Power,” which was selected by the Maine Humanities Council as its 2021 fiction choice for this summer’s statewide reading experience called “Read ME.” Cost will present both books in a Zoom program that is sure to get audiences to dive into these thrilling mysteries.
MLBDayton Daily News

Ask Hal: Reds best leadoff option could be Shogo

Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy knows a thing or two about our nation’s pastime. Tap into that knowledge by sending an email to halmccoy1@hotmail.com. Q: Can you recall any player who defied what Joe Nuxhall used to say, “If you swing the bat, you’re dangerous?” — DAVE, Miamisburg/Centerville/Beavercreek.
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Kayla Lee

One of the Delicious brunch places!

Tilikum Place Cafe is known for its full bar and serves cocktails. It had a great wine list as well. Also, reservations are necessary for lunch. If anybody does not reserve their seats, they will not guarantee to enter there.