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Extra, Extra: SoCal Edison Admits They Screwed Up Over Long Beach's Power Outages
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- If you're craving some Richard Linklater, his latest feature, Everybody Wants Some, will be premiering at SXSW next year.
- A reporter mixed up Star Wars' Rebel Alliance firebird logo as...an al-Qaeda symbol. Facepalm.
- Universal Studios Hollywood is prepping for the opening of its new Harry Potter attraction, but that also comes with pricier annual passes.
- Remember those crazy Long Beach power outages over the summer? Well, SoCal Edison admitted it was because of mismanagement, not a malfunctioning power system.
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- Surprise, surprise: Bobby Jindal has dropped out of the presidential race.
- While we weren't huge fans of True Detective Season 2, Nic Pizzolatto is still on the up and up. He just signed a deal with HBO through to 2018, with projects that may include future seasons of True Detective.
- During The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 premiere in Los Angeles, stars wore mockingjay pins that had blue, white and red ribbons in solidarity with France.
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- And finally, here's an unlikely interspecies friendship between a fox and a German Shepherd:
Check out this unexpected friendship!
Posted by The German Shepherd on Saturday, November 14, 2015