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Blank page for Nobel Literature Prize in 2018 awards season

Stockholm - An amputated 2018 Nobel season opens next week in Stockholm, without a Literature Prize for the first time in 70 years due to a #MeToo scandal.

Meet Maddie Poppe: Winner of 'American Idol' Season 16 Special

Singer-songwriter Maddie Poppe swept the hearts of America as she was crowned winner of "American Idol" Season 16. She chatted with Digital Journal about her future plans, which include touring and her single "Going Going Gone."

Michael Grandinetti brings new magic to 'Masters of Illusion'

Magician Michael Grandinetti is one of the stars of the hit television series "Masters of Illusion" on The CW. The fifth season premieres on June 29, 2018, and it runs through late September.

Boris McGiver talks fifth season of Netflix's 'House of Cards' Special

Actor Boris McGiver chatted with Digital Journal about the fifth season of the Netflix hit series "House of Cards," where he plays the no-nonsense editor Tom Hammerschmidt.

Lorenzo Richelmy talks second season of 'Marco Polo' on Netflix Special

Italian actor Lorenzo Richelmy chatted with Digital Journal about playing the lead character on the Neflix series "Marco Polo."

Commercial salmon fishing off California facing tougher limits

San Francisco - Northern California salmon fisherman face severe restrictions on catch this spring after lower-than-expected numbers of the fish have been counted offshore.

Northern California crabbing industry gets OK to resume harvest

San Francisco - Northern California's crabbing fleet could return to Pacific Ocean waters as early as next week after state regulators approved the catch as safe to eat, three months after the traditional start of the annual season.

Pub customers 'appalled' as Christmas tree goes up in July

Milton Keynes - A British bar and restaurant has sparked outrage from customers after putting up a Christmas tree over five months before the big day. The pub was apparently using it as a "training exercise" for staff but drinkers weren't happy.

Pentatonix enjoys multiple successes this holiday season

A cappella vocal group Pentatonix has enjoyed many successes this holiday season, thanks to their albums and viral music videos.

Springfield Symphony Orchestra completes its 70th season

Springfield - The Springfield Symphony Orchestra completed its 70th season last night and announced that its current director, Kevin Rhodes, has had his contract extended for a further three years.

NBA regulars are over, playoff is imminent

The NBA playoffs are beginning on Sunday after the regulars ended last Tuesday with the LA Clippers winning against the Denver Nuggets with a score of 117-105.

Marquez limping into the MotoGP season

The broken leg is mending fast but Honda's Marc Marquez will still be starting his MotoGP title defense on the back foot in Qatar on Sunday.

Op-Ed: 10 bold predictions for the 2013-14 NBA season

Tonight the NBA regular season begins, and I look into the crystal basketball to predict the major storylines you'll soon be hearing about, from Derrick Rose's stunning comeback to the West Coast trade bound to shake up the playoffs picture.

Pushing Toronto opera audiences into new territory Special

Toronto - Alexander Neef, General Director of the Canadian Opera Company, recently announced the company’s 2013-2014 season. It expresses not only a vision for the COC, but of opera's role in the cultural fabric of Canada's largest city.

Everything you need to know about Breaking Bad's final season

The AMC hit show Breaking Bad, about a cancer-stricken high school teacher involved in the meth drug trade, returns on Sunday for a fifth and final season. What should we expect from Walt and Jesse this season?

The Met Aims To Please Purists And Newbies Alike

New York - The Metropolitan Opera's 2012-2013 season is characterized by revivals, re-envisionings, and remembrances, including celebrations of two operatic giants.

Op-Ed: MLB 2011 season preview

The 2011 Major League Baseball season is just getting started; will your team be crowned World Series Champions this year?

Chatting with the cast of 'Glee' as Season 2, Volume 1 hits DVD Special

Gleeks are getting an early DVD treat with the release of the first 10 epsiodes of 'Glee': Season 2. Plus, share a few laughs with 'Glee' castmates Jenna, Kevin, Lea, Matthew, Mark, Jane and Amber. Also: MI-5, The Color Purple, Matlock and The Traveler.

Deer attacks dog in graphic scene caught on video

Cranbrook - As man continues to encroach on the forest that has been both home and refuge to countless numbers of wildlife, vicious attacks are becoming common. In this extremely graphic video a female deer pummels a dog while defending her fawn on a city street.

Angelina Jolie returns to Haiti fueling adoption speculation

Port-au-prince - Angelina Jolie returned to Haiti over the weekend to assess the progress of the work that has been accomplished since the earthquake hit this island country. Jolie has recently dispelled rumors that Jolie-Pitt have an adoption in progress in Haiti.

Mel B. of the Spice Girls hosts Season 2 of Dance Your Ass Off! Special

The actress, spokeswoman & platinum-plated Spice Girl from Leeds, England is bringing her hot, versatile abilities to shake to the beat to become the Second Season hostess of the weight-loss/dance competition reality television series Dance Your Ass Off!

Deadly South Dakota tornadoes caught on video by Storm Chasers

Bowdle - Discovery Channel's Storm Chasers were in South Dakota this weekend and filmed the major tornadoes that hit the mid-west states. Storm's spun from this weather band are responsible for the death of one child and destruction at hundreds of farms and homes.

Can a chimp beat scientists in 2010 hurricane predictions? Special

Washington - NOAA's track record in predicting the number of Atlantic hurricanes is so abysmal that a trained chimp could do better, says The National Center for Public Policy Research, and they're putting him to the test in storm, climate and weather predictions.

Op-Ed: College Football Season Not Quite Over

The 2009 regular season is wrapping up this weekend, after which there will be conference championships and then bowl games.

Op-Ed: This Baseball Season Is Too Long

Did anyone notice that on November 4, 2009, Major League Baseball is still being played. Game 6 of the World Series is tonight in Yankee Stadium.

Trivia You Can't Live Without: How Hurricanes are Named

Today, June 1, 2009, marks the opening of this year’s hurricane season, which runs through the end of November. Of all the information that can be sought about hurricanes and preparedness, the most trivial question is near the top of the list.:

TV show Scrubs will be back for another season

Scrubs, the medical comedy, will return to TV screens for another season. There had been rumours that a next season would not be made.

The Moment We've Been Waiting For: Midseason Premiers

What to do during these financially arid evenings? Well, if you are like millions of Americans, that television hooked up to its pricey cable service could become a newly utilized resource. Here is the scoop on whats new, returning and departing.

Op-Ed: Tropical Christmas; reindeer and palm trees

A few exciting months ago I relocated from the United Kingdom to sunny Sydney in Australia. Things are working out quite well so far.

Heavy rain in Dubai caused traffic problems and flash floods

Rain and thunderstorms have hit Dubai for the past few days causing flooding and creating severe traffic problems. Grand racing event at Dubai Autodrome was forced to be cancelled due to the circuit being submerged in water.
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