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Clare Pennington

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It Means Nothing to Me: Turner Prize-Winner Susan Philipsz's First Collaboration With her Father is Exhibited in China

Clare Pennington | June 10, 2012 | UK Culture
Beijing is not the first place you'd think of finding Turner Prize-winner Susan Philipsz. But the artist, who usually creates works of sound sculpture from Celtic or Western pieces of music, is part of a new trend.
Laurence J. Kotlikoff

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Time for a Serious Third Party Candidate

Laurence J. Kotlikoff | June 10, 2012 | Politics
Now that the presidential race has come down to a choice between two candidates that most Americans don't love, representing two parties that most Americans don't like, it's time to consider an alternative -- a serious third-party candidate. I'm such a candidate.
Maureen Ryan

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'Justified' Season Finale Review: Things Get Bloody In Harlan

Maureen Ryan | June 10, 2012 | TV
So many shows have trouble wrapping information the audience needs in dialogue that is actually a pleasure to listen to, but Justified makes it look easy. Many conversations this season went down like a nice Kentucky bourbon.
Crystal Bell

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'Glee' Recap: Matt Bomer Brings Brotherly Love To McKinley

Crystal Bell | June 10, 2012 | TV
"Glee" is back, and it's crazier than ever. Quinn's in a wheelchair, Rachel and Finn are still planning to get married (if they don't kill each other first), and Sue's having a baby. But thankfully, Matt Bomer was the most perfect guest star ever.
Jodie Levin-Epstein

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Is Marriage a Poverty-Buster?

Jodie Levin-Epstein | June 10, 2012 | Politics
Marriage, graduation, and working are all great goals shared by many across the political spectrum. But this view scrambles together the data on good outcomes with the idea that gumption can move anyone into a higher-income cohort.
Hayley Rose Horzepa

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Painter of Light, Dead at 54

Hayley Rose Horzepa | June 10, 2012 | Arts
Thomas Kinkade was one of the top grossing commercial artists of all time. He brought art into the homes of millions, many of whom could not afford to buy originals.
Dylan Evans

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What Assad Knows

Dylan Evans | June 10, 2012 | UK
Western diplomats are appalled that the deadline for the withdrawal of Syrian government forces from towns has come and gone without any change in the situation on the ground.
Brad Spirrison

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What App Will Be the Next Instagram?

Brad Spirrison | June 10, 2012 | Technology
The beauty and the magic of the app space right now is that the barriers to entry are still small and the distribution platform so immense, that a company none of us have even heard of today could be acquired for billions by year-end.
InvestingAnswers

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The Fastest Way to Increase Your Credit Score

InvestingAnswers | June 10, 2012 | Money
While your payment history ranks as the most important piece of your credit score, it can take months or even years to dramatically improve it. Looking for a quicker fix? Focus on what's known as your credit utilization rate.
Shirley Archer

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Wedding Shape Up

Shirley Archer | June 10, 2012 | Weddings
If you want to look and feel differently on your wedding day than you do today, then you must change behaviors. If your answer is a confident yes, then you're ready to start setting goals.
Rev. Susan Russell

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'Seriously?' An Open Letter to the 'Purpose Driven' Pastor

Rev. Susan Russell | June 10, 2012 | Politics
On Easter Sunday, ABC's "This Week" featured Jake Tapper's interview with "purpose driven" [sic] pastor Rick Warren -- covering issues of faith, politics and economics.
Charlotte Peters

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Is Planning Your Wedding Going To Split You Up?

Charlotte Peters | June 10, 2012 | Weddings
He's popped the question, a sparkly new ring adorns your finger and you've begun turning your dreams into actual wedding plans. And then you start having some of your worst arguments ever.
Fred Rotondaro

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Catholic Bishops Support Republicans

Fred Rotondaro | June 10, 2012 | Religion
The bishops would of course never tell their parishioners to vote Republican, but they left little to the imagination. Priests would preach at mass about the necessity of voting only for pro-life candidates.
Sarah Klein

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HuffPost Workouts: Girl Power Running Playlist

Sarah Klein | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
I call this my "Girl Power" playlist, not because it's full of feminist lyrics, female artists or Spice Girls songs, but because it gets me through the workouts that make me the proudest to be -- and run like -- a girl.
DLake

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HuffPost Workouts: 45-Minute High-Energy Playlist

DLake | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
If I could do it my way, there would be about 15 different playlists for each specific workout, sport and intensity, but this one incorporates a bunch of different genres.
Tracey Mallett

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HuffPost Workouts: Music for Motivation

Tracey Mallett | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
Everyday I use music to motivate my clients to exercise and reach their goals. If the workouts are a little challenging for them, somehow the music can dull the pain and give them energy to finish their workout.
Meredith Melnick

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HuffPost Workouts: Zone Out Music For A Morning Run

Meredith Melnick | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
When I enter the park in the early morning, somehow in my running shoes and slightly whimpering, I need a playlist that won't just pump me up -- I need it to wake me up.
Kate Bratskeir

HuffPost Workouts: Songs to Help You Sleep

Kate Bratskeir | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
These may not be your momma's lullabies, but they sure will ease you into a delicate slumber just like that sweet song and warm glass of milk did back in the day.
Diana Miller

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HuffPost Workouts: Something Old, Something New...

Diana Miller | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
Whenever I make a workout mix, I think of the classic bridal rhyme. There should be something old, something new...
Chris Lawhorn

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HuffPost Workouts: 20 Remixes for Your Workout

Chris Lawhorn | June 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
I love using remixes in workouts for a couple reasons. First, they take songs that you already love and give them a makeover. Second, most remixes are designed for the dance floor.