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Finally, You Can Have Breakfast at Tiffany

There are certain movie scenes that are so iconic that they still retain their importance in the pop-culture lexicon, even decades later. When Holly Golightly, played by Audrey Hepburn, stepped out of a yellow cab and sauntered to the window of Tiffany & Co. in the 1961 film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” with Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer’s “Moon River” playing in the …

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Orlando airport executive says lessons learned after battery explosion scare

 Orlando International Airport leaders met Monday to discuss how the airport handled an incident last week in which a camera battery exploded creating widespread panic and what they learned. Greater Orlando Aviation Authority CEO Phil Brown said it was next to impossible for a few workers to get the message out to the masses that the incident was a non-emergency. Just after 5 …

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Gal Gadot will only be ‘Wonder Woman’ again if Brett Ratner is out

“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot is continuing to battle accused Hollywood sexual harasser Brett Ratner by refusing to sign for a super­hero sequel unless the movie-maker is completely killed from the franchise. A Hollywood source tells Page Six that Gadot — who last month backed out of a dinner honoring Ratner, where she was due to present him with an award — is taking …

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Publix suspends shipments from Florida dairy farm after video shows employees beating cows

Lakeland-based grocer Publix has suspended its relationship with a Florida dairy farm after an undercover video surfaced showing employees literally  kicking cows in the face. The very graphic video, which was released yesterday by Miami-Beach based animal cruelty investigative organization Animal Recovery Mission (ARM), was shot at Larson Dairy in Okeechobee, Florida, by a member who took a job milking cows …

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Becoming the mother i never had

I’ll never forget the fear I felt when I first learned I was pregnant. My husband and I had been trying, but it wasn’t so much an active plan as it was a passive one. We weren’t exactly doing anything to prevent it, but we assumed things would take longer. We thought we had more time. But after two cycles and …

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How IoT is Revolutionizing Workplace Safety?

Safety is a concern & responsibility for all businesses, especially when talking about workplace safety. It is a vital responsibility on the part of safety assurance experts to check and confirm whether the worksite is suitable and safe for the employees to carry on with their daily tasks. Workplace safety becomes crucial when the area is objectively an accident-prone zone. …

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Target to close a dozen underperforming stores

In a move toward growth, Target has decided to close stores, and a dozen of them at that. The Minneapolis-based Star Tribune first reported on the news Tuesday afternoon. “We have a rigorous process in place to evaluate the performance of every store on an annual basis, closing or relocating underperforming locations as needed,” a spokeswoman for the big-box retailer told CNBC. How Stanley …

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Germany to recognise third gender for intersex people

Germany’s top court has ruled that there must be the option of registering a third gender on birth certificates. It would make Germany the first European country to offer intersex people the choice of identifying as neither male nor female. The case was brought by a registered female whose chromosome test confirmed they were neither one sex nor the other. …

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