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Favorite desserts and other final observations from Sabrina Limon trial

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Three New Series & Returning Favorite Head to Investigation Discovery This October


Three New Series  Returning Favorite Head to Investigation Discovery This October

This October, Investigation Discovery, America’s most-watched true crime network, celebrates the spookiest month of the year with the scariest stories of all: ones that are real. Featuring the premiere of three new series and the return of one hair-raising fan-favorite, ID’s packed lineup is sure to make you question what that bump in the night truly is.

The month kicks off with a new series that hits a little too close to home. In HOME ALONE (Thursday, October 12 at 10/9c), quiet, suburban homes become the setting for unimaginable horror, featuring stories of angry stalkers, disgruntled exes and holiday celebrations turned bloody. Four days later comes the premiere of HORROR AT THE CECIL HOTEL (Monday, October 16 at 10/9c), which explores the shocking number of deaths and tragedies associated with Los Angeles’

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Twenty-Five Noted Boxing Buffs Name Their Favorite Boxing Book

I recently asked a number of sage boxing people the following: “If you had to select ONE boxing book as your favorite, what would it be?” Some chose more than one.

Though not particularly sage myself, I’ll start it off with Ralph Wiley’s “Serenity: A Boxing Memoir.” I also enjoyed Mike Silver’s “The Arc of Boxing: The Rise and Decline of the Sweet Science” for the primary reason that it stirred up a lot of much needed debate between Old School and New School.

Here are the responses of twenty-five boxing buffs. The respondents are listed in alphabetical order:

JIM AMATO (writer, historian): A.J. Liebling’s “The Sweet Science.”

RUSS ANBER (elite trainer, corner man, and TV personality): “Joe Louis -Black Hero in White America” by Chris Mead. I remember reading this from cover to cover, unable to put it down. Others: “The Greatest Fight of Our Generation” by Lewis A. Erenberg, “The Sixteenth Round”

Read more at: http://www.thesweetscience.com/feature-articles/43686-name-favorite-boxing-book

Vote for your favorite attraction in Michigan!

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What Your Favorite Book Says About Your Personality

It’s a question that every true book-lover dreads: what’s your favorite book? Most of us have a range of answers for this one. We have the smart, academic books we trot out for professors and fellow English majors. We have the nostalgic, childhood books that let us geek out with friends. We have the sexy, cool books that we use to impress cute guys/gals at barbecues and trendy coffee shops. But deep down, each of us has at least one book that springs to mind when we hear the question “What’s your favorite book?” So here’s what your favorite book says about you.

After all, you can learn a lot about someone by judging their reading taste. The toughest customers might have a secret soft spot for Little Women. That girl you thought was so basic could be a massive fan of James

Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/p/what-your-favorite-book-says-about-your-personality-69203

Bookends: Win $5000 for your favorite librarian – Omaha World

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‘My Favorite Murder’ flourishes amid the growing acceptance of true-crime entertainment

LOS ANGELES – One of the first things Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff figured out is that the true-crime genre isn’t just a vehicle for sometimes gruesome tales of women in jeopardy. At its most primal level, it’s storytelling. It’s town gossip, but with hatchets. And gossip is for everyone.

Hardstark and Kilgariff, the hosts of podcast phenomenon “My Favorite Murder,” believe that anyone who claims not to like true crime just hasn’t found the right murder yet. Are you grossed out by serial killers like the Vampire of Sacramento (“My Favorite Murder” Episode 10)? Perhaps they can interest you in a family annihilator (like Episode 29 subject John List, who murdered his entire family, then started over with another one). Got a delicate stomach? You may want to avoid Cannibal Week (Episode 11), but you might enjoy the story of Jennifer Holliday, who outwitted the rapist who murdered her cousin

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‘My Favorite Murder’ flourishes amid the growing acceptance of true …

LOS ANGELES – One of the first things Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff figured out is that the true-crime genre isn’t just a vehicle for sometimes gruesome tales of women in jeopardy. At its most primal level, it’s storytelling. It’s town gossip, but with hatchets. And gossip is for everyone.

Hardstark and Kilgariff, the hosts of podcast phenomenon “My Favorite Murder,” believe that anyone who claims not to like true crime just hasn’t found the right murder yet. Are you grossed out by serial killers like the Vampire of Sacramento (“My Favorite Murder” Episode 10)? Perhaps they can interest you in a family annihilator (like Episode 29 subject John List, who murdered his entire family, then started over with another one). Got a delicate stomach? You may want to avoid Cannibal Week (Episode 11), but you might enjoy the story of Jennifer Holliday, who outwitted the rapist who murdered her cousin

Read more at: https://durangoherald.com/articles/158209

Investigation Discovery Welcomes Back Network Fan-Favorite and Legendary Homicide Detective Garry McFadden for …

INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY WELCOMES BACK NETWORK FAN-FAVORITE AND LEGENDARY HOMICIDE DETECTIVE GARRY MCFADDEN FOR SECOND SEASON OF “I AM HOMICIDE”

–New Episodes of I AM HOMICIDE Air Tuesdays at 10/9c Starting on June 6–

(Silver Spring, Md.) -Investigation Discovery (ID), America’s leading destination for true crime programming, announced today the return of its hit series I AM HOMICIDE for an all-new season. Retired Charlotte Mecklenburg County detective Garry McFadden is an officer unlike any other. As one of America’s most dedicated detectives, he immerses himself on every street corner to protect and serve the community he has devoted his life to defending. Over his career, McFadden has solved nearly 700 homicide cases, resulting in a 90-percent success rate with the investigations he pursues. But he uses his street smarts, and

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‘My Favorite Murder’ and the growing acceptance of true-crime entertainment

One of the first things Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff figured out is that the true-crime genre isn’t just a vehicle for sometimes gruesome tales of women in jeopardy. At its most primal level, it’s storytelling. It’s town gossip, but with hatchets. And gossip is for everyone.

Hardstark and Kilgariff, the hosts of podcast phenomenon “My Favorite Murder,” believe that anyone who claims not to like true crime just hasn’t found the right murder yet. Are you grossed out by serial killers like the Vampire of Sacramento (“My Favorite Murder” Episode 10)? Perhaps they can interest you in a family annihilator (like Episode 29 subject John List, who murdered his entire family, then started over with another one). Got a delicate stomach? You may want to avoid Cannibal Week (Episode 11), but you might enjoy the story of Jennifer Holliday, who outwitted the rapist who murdered

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/my-favorite-murder-and-the-growing-acceptance-of-true-crime-entertainment/2017/05/07/7c9b53d8-2f71-11e7-9dec-764dc781686f_story.html