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Oklahoma's first gentleman: Governor has much to be proud of

NewsOK.com - 04 Nov 2018
Through her hard work, long hours and tackling tough issues, and a very aggressive effort to bring jobs and companies to our economy with a business-friendly climate, Oklahoma can be very proud to have one of the lowest state unemployment rates in the ...
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How Green Book Became Awards Season Gold

Vogue.com - 15 Nov 2018
“I am of a very small group of black men in this country [who] have a voice and a different degree of access, and opportunity that so many of us don't have,” he said. “So however hard something is ...
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Joe Hildebrand: The problem with the new wave of terrorism

NEWS.com.au - 17 Nov 2018
So it was with the horrifying attack in Melbourne last week, when a randomly radicalised thug took a knife and plunged it into the first innocent human he could – indeed, by all accounts a human who had actually gone to help him. How horrible it must ...
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Here's What It's Actually Like To Be A Librarian

BuzzFeed News - 17 Nov 2018
People are very surprised to learn that some of us calmly call 911 on a semi-regular basis.” —Amy D. “I dealt with a masturbator my first day, a fight on my second; I've had a patron pull a knife on me, been called lots of names — and I hold two ...
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First Man review – an inner space odyssey

The Guardian - 14 Oct 2018
Adapted from James R Hansen's book by Spotlight screenwriter Josh Singer, First Man's 60s-set narrative essentially picks up from Philip Kaufman's 1983 adaptation of Tom Wolfe's The Right Stuff. Indeed, there's at least one shot that seems very ...
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'First Man': The Biggest Quiet Movie Ever Made

The Ringer (blog) - 11 Oct 2018
That's all we can hear when Damien Chazelle's First Man reaches its final destination. It happens on the moon, where there is no sound, only sensory-commandeering blackness all around. For eight minutes, there's hardly anything but the lunar surface ...

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