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Salt Lake City May Name Street for Gay Civil Rights Leader

By Lindsay Whitehurst | Oct 13
Salt Lake City could soon have a street named after pioneering gay leader Harvey Milk.

Gap Inc. Shares Fall as Banana Republic Continues to Falter

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Oct 13
The creative director for Gap's Banana Republic brand is stepping down after 18 months in that role.

Thrill of the Hunt: More Women Are Signing Up For It

By Lisa Rathke | Oct 13
More women are taking up the largely male-dominated sport of hunting to stock their freezers with local foods and as cultural influences, including movie heroines and marketers, make it more socially acceptable.

Mad Men - The Final Season - Part 2

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 13
Now you can have that definitive binge viewing festival of the 1960s-era fashion, picaresque alpha maleness, and retro Americana that defined Matt Weiner's trendsetting television landmark.

New Report: Men Spend More Time (and Money) Shopping

Oct 13
Women may love to shop 'til they drop, but men take longer to shop, according to a new report.

San Andreas

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 13
This fun, dumb thrill-ride plays like a mash-up of the '70s disaster flicks of Irwin Allen and '80s action-adventure romps starring the likes of Schwarzenagger and Stallone.

Insidious Chapter 3

By Louise Adams | Oct 13
The prequel to the horror series, written and directed by Leigh Whannell (who also plays a ghost hunter), which shows the territory that exists in the liminal space between the real world and the dark, scary area called "The Further."

The Return of Count Yorga

By Ken Tasho | Oct 13
After starting off 2015 with a slew of fun vampire releases, it's still bloodsucking season according to the folks at Shout Factory, who offer up another silly tale of a tortured Count.

Angus Deaton Wins Nobel Economics Prize for Work on Poverty

By Malin Rising and Nathalie Rotschild | Oct 12
Princeton University's Angus Deaton won the Nobel prize in economics Monday for his wide ranging work on consumption that's helped redefine the way poverty is measured around the world.

Air France Union Brawl Leaves Execs Shirtless

Oct 12
French prosecutors say six people have been arrested in connection with an Air France union meeting brawl that left two executives shirtless.

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