Diane Keaton has a memoir about her mother that releases in November, and here are 20 other must-read books coming out in the fall.
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William Shatner tries to get the vocals just right for his cover of Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man,” which will appear on his upcoming album Seeking Major Tom.
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Researchers at Cornell University are tracking your mood swings on Twitter. Well, they actually have been using software to analyze tweets worldwide, and get this: It turns out people are happier in the sunshine and when they're off work.
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New York Magazine's Gavin Polone is making the argument that the f-word should be allowed on television.
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Why do they call it "boilerplate text?"
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On February 26, 2011, Nate Damm abandoned his life in Lewes, Delaware, for his walk across America. He is currently a few hundred miles shy of the West Coast.
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Do you remember Krang from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Well, this guy got a tattoo of the vicious brainy alien monster ... on his stomach.
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The pet rock, a baby toupee, doggles, and seven more of the dumbest million dollar ideas of all time.
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An "A" for effort, but you're still going to jail: Two babysitters used a two-year-old as a decoy while they attempted to steal liquor from a store in South Bend, Indiana.
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One man is so excited for the new iPhone 5 that he built his very own.
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If the menu at Aporkalypse Now doesn't whet your appetite, you can always dine at the Grillennium Falcon -- or any of these fine movie-themed food trucks, for that matter.