Most commonly requested celebrity features

In the world of plastic surgery, celebrities’ features are sometimes mentioned by patients as a way of articulating a specific result they hope plastic surgery can provide. “Bringing in a photo can be
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Darien native a finalist in film contest

After months of brainstorming, production and editing, Dean Coot’s short film has finally arrived. Coots is a semi-finalist is the Sprite Film  Challenge. If he wins, he’ll be awarded a $30,000
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Weinstein home on market for $32M

Big-time Hollywood producer Bob Weinstein listed his 12,000-square-foot Greenwich mansion last month, asking $32 million for the home, which sits on a little more than 3 acres. While the home is 97
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Skate park’s noise too much for Rob Zombie

Rob Zombie is known for making loud music. But now he just wants some quiet. A few months ago, a small skate park opened at Hollow Park in Woodbury, Conn., near where the musician-turned-filmmaker lives with his wife, Sheri Moon Zombie. According to Patch, Moon Zombie complained about noise from the skate park at a  
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Exclusive photos of Sean Parker’s lavish wedding

If displays of opulence are your thing, you might want to take a peek at Vanity’s Fair’s just-published photos of tech billionaire Sean Parker’s elaborate medieval wedding. Highlights include flaxen-haired fairy-princess bride Alexandra Lemas, a nine-foot-tall wedding cake, Tolkeinsian costumes and Olivia Munn holding a bunny. Other notable guests included Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, Gavin  
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Russian proposal: Paid leave for menstruating

A Russian politico concerned with the well-being of the fairer sex proposed a law that would let women take two paid days off to suffer the agony of menstruation at home. Isn’t that sweet? Nationalist lawmaker and Moscow mayoral candidate Mikhail Degtyaryov – a 32-year-old with two sons – wrote on his website of his  
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Update: What would a Big Mac cost if McDonald’s doubled pay?

Update: The story this blog post was based on: “Doubling McDonald’s Salaries Would Cause Your Big Mac To Cost Just 68¢ More” on The Huffington Post was based an faulty data. The Huffington Post says on its site, “The research used as the basis of the story contains significant errors that cast doubts on its  
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Korean parody takes fake-name revenge over KTVU gaffe

KTVU just got a taste of its own medicine. Sort of. A South Korean TV newscast parody (evidently akin to The Onion) took a jab at the San Francisco Bay Area station’s epic Asian-names blunder when an anchor obliviously read obviously fake pilot names like “Wi Tu Lo” on air, a screw-up that cost three veteran producers  
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