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January 30, 2015 3:05 PM Heartbreaking Portraits Capture Two Identical Twin Farmers At The End Of Their Lives

Photographer Janos Stekovics met identical twins János and István Lukács in 1985. At the time, they were in their sixties. The two have since passed away, one in 2005 and the other in 2007. However, in the final phase of their lives, Stekovics chronicled the daily lives of these brothers and friends working together on the Hungarian countryside, living 45

January 30, 2015 10:35 AM Super Bowl: From NBC To NFL, Who’s Under Most Pressure On Game Day?

Analysis: Here's your guide to who and what to watch with an eye toward the business of the Big Game The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks aren’t the only entities under pressure to deliver when Super Bowl XLIX kicks off this Sunday from Phoenix. With 30-second spots in NBC’s broadcast of the game going for around $4.5 million (and the bargain 42

January 30, 2015 9:35 AM All eyes on Alonso and McLaren in Jerez

LONDON (Reuters) - Local hero Fernando Alonso will be the center of attention when Formula One's pre-season testing starts up in southern Spain on Sunday but the McLaren driver has done his best to lower expectations. As the Spaniard warned fans when the new McLaren-Honda MP4-30 was unveiled on Thursday, there are sure to be problems between now and the season-opener 26

January 30, 2015 8:29 AM Businesses steer clear of using 'Super Bowl' moniker

Jan. 28, 2015: So as not to infringe on the NFL Super Bowl name trademark, all non-rights holders have to use different wording to promote any Super Bowl activity like this Whole Foods grocery store promotion on Super Bowl party foods calling it "the big game" (AP) Businesses and radio personalities are carefully choosing their words to keep from referring 28

January 30, 2015 6:17 AM Sundance Film Festival's roots go back more than 30 years

As the subject shifted to movie violence, Robert Redford argued that modern depictions weren’t any more pervasive than in the earliest days of cinema, “but since we’ve moved into areas with our technical brilliance that allow it … a lot of filmmakers tend to show off.” No, this isn’t a quote from the panel in which Redford participated Thursday as part of the 2015 Sundance 39

January 30, 2015 1:13 AM Super Bowl poised for great game, great debate

PHOENIX (Reuters) - The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots could produce one of the greatest Super Bowls of all-time on Sunday but the real winner may be debated for decades given the "deflategate" scandal hanging over the game. All the elements are in place for the game as the two number one seeds, two brilliant quarterbacks and two coaching 25

January 30, 2015 12:37 AM Super Bowl XLIX: Final quest for the hottest tickets in town

A trip to Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix will cost even the most discerning fans thousands of dollars, while providing a hefty windfall for business owners riding one of the biggest consumer spending weekends of the year in the U.S. Victoria's Secret models hosting $25,000 tables, shady ticket deals, and risky online trading for Super Bowl seats have become 25

January 30, 2015 12:15 AM Episode 1 – Chrysalis - PC -

I'm glad Life is Strange exists. Developer Dontnod (which made 2013’s Remember Me) isn’t afraid to focus on narrative and challenge the player with choice, but even more impressive are the subjects that are usually taboo for video games. Life is Strange is genuine, grounding itself in real-life struggles, but throwing in enough twists (like the ability 35

January 30, 2015 12:02 AM Storybook ending could be in store for Seahawks defensive tackle Kevin Williams

Seahawks defensive tackle Kevin Williams is trying to enjoy his first Super Bowl experience, but it’s all moving a bit too fast. On Wednesday, the 12-year veteran said the days this week before the Hawks’ Super Bowl XLIX matchup with the New England Patriots were starting to fly by. As one of the current Seattle players who didn’t experience last year’s 26

January 29, 2015 7:07 PM Sundance Valley or Silicon Film Festival? Either way, it's getting there

PARK CITY, Utah — It’s been a while since Sundance was just about buying and selling movies, and as much as film purists may hate to admit it, technology companies have staked out a big swath of Park City real estate in the past few years — particularly in areas that are most relevant to up-and-coming filmmakers. Firms from Silicon Valley, Silicon Beach 39