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After 10 years, a barely reimagined ‘Twilight’ — Tuesday morning, "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer shocked fans by dropping the news on " Good Morning America " that she'd written - and already released - a new version of the book to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The twist of this new edition? The genders of the characters have been swapped.

Andover man wins Ripley’s contest with Taylor Swift portrait made of gum balls — Rob Surette, of Andover, has won the Ripley's Believe It or Not! recycled art contest for his portrait of Taylor Swift made of more than 17,000 gumballs. Surrette said he started the piece after hearing about the contest this spring, but that he'd been looking for a reason to make more art with dots.

Avoiding a mess - The Boston Globe — I want to maintain our home to the standards I value, because that is an important part of who I am. But I don't want to resent him for either doing things "wrong" or for not contributing - and I don't want him to resent me either.
Sep 29, 2015

RT @NestorARamos: "Show him where the litter box is, rub his little foot in it a few times, then clean it thoroughly every night."…

Sep 29, 2015

"Show him where the litter box is, rub his little foot in it a few times, then clean it thoroughly every night."…

Uzo Aduba receives Young Alumni Award (and talks Taylor Swift and ‘The Wiz’) at BU — Less than a week after becoming the first actress to win a drama and comedy Emmy for the same role (Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on "Orange Is the New Black"), Uzo Aduba was on Commonwealth Avenue Saturday night accepting another honor, the Inspiring Young Alumni Award from the College of Fine Arts at Boston University.
Sep 28, 2015

.@UzoAduba on returning to @BU_Tweets for alumni award:“I know that skyline so well.I know that Citgo sign so well”…

Matt Damon, space cowboy — TORONTO - After many hours of being interviewed about "The Martian" at the Toronto International Film Festival, Matt Damon still looked thrilled to talk about the movie, even its early reviews. "I've heard they're good," he said, grinning. Continue reading below More like great.

Dan Kennedy writing book about new breed of newspaper owners, including John Henry — Why is Red Sox owner John Henry getting into the newspaper business? That's among the questions Dan Kennedy hopes to answer in a book he's set to write for the University Press of New England.

Confusion after a ‘sexcapade’ — Q. About eight months ago, during a slump in our 23-year marriage, my husband and I partook in a ménage à trois. Not one to be prudish, I will admit to it being a fun, once-in-a-lifetime experience. This woman was a stranger to us both, which made it more comfortable for me.

An early look at HBO’s ‘Olive Kitteridge’ at the JFK Library — Elizabeth Strout 's novel "Olive Kitteridge" takes place in Maine, but it's also a Massachusetts story. HBO's adaptation of the Pulitzer-winning novel was filmed around Rockport and Gloucester last year, and Strout revealed Tuesday night that much of the book was written in Provincetown, in a cottage behind the Burger Queen.
Sep 20, 2015

Elizabeth Strout wrote much of Olive Kitteridge in Provincetown. Behind the Burger Queen.…

‘Black Mass’ actors talk about the real-life characters — The stars of "Black Mass" talked about their real-life counterparts during a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival Monday. Joel Edgerton, who plays corrupt FBI agent John Connolly in the film, said he didn't try to meet with Connolly - who's serving 40 years in prison - because "the idea of going to see him felt a little dishonest to me."

‘Spotlight’ cast joins real-life characters in Toronto — Stars of the film "Spotlight" joined their real-life counterparts at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday. Actors Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Liev Schreiber, Rachel McAdams, Brian d'Arcy James, and John Slattery play past and present Boston Globe reporters/editors Michael Rezendes, Walter Robinson, Marty Baron, Sacha Pfeiffer, Matt Carroll, and Ben Bradlee Jr.
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