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If you are a fan of both Game of Thrones and Peaky Blinders we have good news for you.  One of the most iconic actors in the HBO fantasy drama, Aidan Gillen (Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish), has joined the cast in Season 4 of the acclaimed BBC 2 period gangster epic. (read more)


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Hairstyling fashion changes almost as often as the clothes on the cat walks, and with so many varied options for achieving the latest 'do we're often tempted to go for something bold and new on a regular basis. Like the girl in the video, we find ourselves swapping and changing our style to stay fresh and current – a hairstyle can really complete any look, but at a price. (read more)

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Cyclone Debbie was a big one. It tore down trees, smashed wharves and sent people huddling indoors as it made landfall in north Queensland on Tuesday. (read more)

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If Silicon Valley is the land of self-congratulatory BS, then Lyft President John Zimmer just made a play for the crown.  As his ride-hail company continues to benefit from the ongoing struggles of its top rival Uber, the extremely rich executive took a moment out of his busy schedule rescuing kittens or whatever to chat it up with Time. (read more)

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It seems like you truly can find the answer to everything online. Qingming Festival is the one day a year where many Chinese people visit cemeteries to pay their respects to their ancestors, typically by praying, cleaning the graves, or leaving offerings. (read more)

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Generally, smartwatches aren't worth the time it takes to charge them.  But when Huawei handed me a review unit of their new Huawei Watch 2, which has pretty much all the tech you can stuff into a smartwatch these days, and runs the new Android Wear 2, I decided to give it a chance. (read more)

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Two new apps won an international technology competition to help Syrian refugee children learn, play and cope with trauma. The mobile games Antura and the Letters and Feed the Monster received top honors for EduApp4Syria, which leverages the widespread availability of smartphones to develop free, educational alternatives for millions of Syrian children forced out of school due to conflict. (read more)

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It was a show, not a memorial. That's how Todd Fisher described the public service he organized for his sister Carrie Fisher and mom Debbie Reynolds in Los Angeles on Saturday. (read more)

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