Actor Richard Dormer on ‘Game of Thrones’ and That Wicked Flaming Sword

“It’s an incredible weapon to have, but it’s very, very hard to fight with it. It’s three times heavier than a normal sword.” Published: August 21, 2017 at 05:30AM Arts By JENNIFER VINEYARD from NYT Arts http://ift.tt/2wrz30J Follow Bakerrs on Twitter We are Brrr..eaking News Across The World. About NYT The New York Times (sometimes […]

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What’s on TV Monday: The Great American Eclipse and ‘The Good Karma Hospital’

Today is all about the eclipse, and there’s a viewing option for almost anyone. Elsewhere, Acorn TV heads to India with an escapist medical melodrama. Published: August 21, 2017 at 05:30AM Arts By KATHRYN SHATTUCK from NYT Arts http://ift.tt/2uWFKru Follow Bakerrs on Twitter We are Brrr..eaking News Across The World. About NYT The New York […]

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Leslie Jones of ‘S.N.L.’: ‘I Just Like to Bring the Funny’

Ms. Jones, a “Saturday Night Live” cast member, talks about receiving her first Emmy nomination in a politically charged season despite her aversion to politics. Published: August 20, 2017 at 05:30AM Arts By DAVE ITZKOFF from NYT Arts http://ift.tt/2x3cIDU Follow Bakerrs on Twitter We are Brrr..eaking News Across The World. About NYT The New York […]

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What’s on TV Sunday: The Return of ‘Episodes’ and ‘Endeavour’

Matt LeBlanc returns after two years to play a fictionalized version of himself. And Masterpiece is back with more mysteries to be solved by Endeavour Morse. Published: August 20, 2017 at 05:30AM Arts By KATHRYN SHATTUCK from NYT Arts http://ift.tt/2xf1g7q Follow Bakerrs on Twitter We are Brrr..eaking News Across The World. About NYT The New […]

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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Beatriz at Dinner’ and ‘Nocturnal Animals’

Salma Hayek stars as a holistic healer riled up by a boorish billionaire. And Amy Adams plays a gallery owner uncertain of where real life ends and art begins. Published: August 19, 2017 at 05:30AM Arts By KATHRYN SHATTUCK from NYT Arts http://ift.tt/2fU9r5B Follow Bakerrs on Twitter We are Brrr..eaking News Across The World. About […]

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