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Lindsay Lohan — I Don’t Do Bar Mitzvahs!

December 17, 2012 |

13-year-old Jewish boys will have to come of age WITHOUT Lindsay Lohan’s help — because the actress does not do Bar Mitzvahs … despite recent claims by a talent agency trying to pimp her out for small-scale appearances.A North Carolina…

How to Avoid Christmas Arguments This Year

December 17, 2012 |

‘Tis the season to bicker all the way to the in-laws, or is it? Here’s some popular disputes and how to prevent them…

“I’m not doing the driving”

Huffington Post

Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt sells Toluca Lake house for $2.15 million

December 17, 2012 |

The traditional-style house features a flexible floor plan, an office, six bedrooms, six bathrooms and 5,921 square feet of living space.

“Ghost Whisperer” star Jennifer Love Hewitt has sold a house in Toluca Lake for $ 2.15 million.

L.A. Times – Business

ECB’s Draghi Defends Austerity

December 17, 2012 |

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi urged governments to build on “painful progress” they have made on narrowing budget deficits and overhauling their economies, despite near-term woes. What’s News Europe

AP Source: Blue Jays, Dickey Agree; Trade Close – ABC News

December 17, 2012 |

CTV News

AP Source: Blue Jays, Dickey Agree; Trade Close
ABC News
R.A. Dickey and the Blue Jays agreed to a new contract Monday, clearing the way for the New York Mets to trade the NL Cy Young winner to a Toronto team that's spending a lot of money trying to join baseball's elite. A person familiar with the deal told The
Mets Trade RA Dickey To Blue JaysESPN
Dickey trade may be final piece in getting Blue Jays back to
Blue Jays try to complete deal for Mets ace Dickey, new contract key to get Cy Washington Post
Newsday –Jay’s Journal –USA TODAY
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Sports – Google News

Shares of gun maker Smith & Wesson tumble after Connecticut shooting – Los Angeles Times

December 17, 2012 |


Shares of gun maker Smith & Wesson tumble after Connecticut shooting
Los Angeles Times
Stock prices of gun makers have tumbled on Wall Street amid a surge in discussion about gun control in the aftermath of the devastating shooting at a Connecticut elementary school last week. Shares of Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. fell as much as 5% on
Smith & Wesson Leads Declines Amid Gun-Control SpeculationSan Francisco Chronicle
Gunmakers' stocks continue to lose groundUSA TODAY
Gun stocks plunge after Sandy Hook shootingGlobalPost
Huffington Post –Fox Business –DailyFinance
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Business – Google News

Martin Freeman: ‘The Hobbit’ is bigger than you are – – Los Angeles Times

December 17, 2012 |

Martin Freeman: 'The Hobbit' is bigger than you are –
Los Angeles Times
Opinions about “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” are all over the board. Yet even people who aren't that keen on the first entry in Peter Jackson's film trilogy have been struck by one scene in particular — the meeting between Bilbo Baggins (Martin
HFR increases 'Hobbit's' magic : Go&Do: Entertainment in the Quad-CitiesQuad City Times
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: 7 Big Changes From Book to ScreenE! Online
The World Of Men Is Split On The Hobbit. What Did You Think?Kotaku
The Star-Ledger – – –Cinema Blend
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Entertainment – Google News

Eyeing growth, France seeks to smooth Algeria ties

December 17, 2012 |

PARIS/ALGIERS (Reuters) – President Francois Hollande travels to Algeria on Wednesday to try to heal wounds left by a bloody war of independence half a century ago and to seek greater access to the former colony’s oil wealth in an attempt to lift France’s own flagging economy. The trauma of the 1954-1962 Algerian war, in which hundreds of thousands were killed, left deep scars in both countries which continue to hamper a partnership that Paris believes could help revive the Mediterranean basin. …
Economy News Headlines – Yahoo! News

Comet collapse to cost UK £49m

December 17, 2012 |

The collapse of failed electrical chain Comet will cost the government £49.4m in redundancy payments and owed tax revenues, administrators Deloitte reveal.
BBC News – Business