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National Photo Editor, Hearst Newspapers Online

Chris Preovolos likes eating and he likes bocce. He is also the national photo editor for Hearst Newspapers online.

Chris Preovolos's Biography

Chris Preovolos likes eating and he likes bocce. He is also the national photo editor for Hearst Newspapers online.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Photojournalist at the Advocate in Stamford, Conn.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Heck yeah, we had them in typing class at school a Vallejo Middle School. Never in actual, real life though.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Paparazzo from La Docle Vita.

Insane Mercedes self-driving concept car spotted in SF

sfgate.com — An insanely futuristic car has been turning heads in San Francisco. The Mercedes-Benz self-driving research vehicle F015 Luxury In Motion (yes, that's what it's actually called), debuted at the 2015 International Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas this year, but it has been recently spotted in and around San Francisco.

Photo of 'Jihadi John' surfaces and he's wearing a Pittsburgh Pirates hat

timesunion.com — UK-based Sky News released today what is allegedly the first known photo of Mohammed Emwazi, better known as 'Jihadi John,' as an adult. Emwazi, the Londoner who has been identified as a main figure in several of Islamic States' gruesome execution videos happens to be wearing a Pittsburg Pirates cap in the photo.

'Slurpee' waves in Nantucket are no joke

timesunion.com — Newsflash - it's cold on the East Coast right now. So cold that Jonathan Nimerfroh, a professional photographer from Nantucket is making waves on the internet with his "Slurpee Surf" images of really damn cold looking shorebreaks. It looks more like cement to us, but eitherway, it's totally crazy.

See Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner in a pre-'Star Trek' episode of 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.'

timesunion.com — Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner's work together will forever be associated with Spock and Kirk but the actors actually shared screen time on an entirely different show prior to the 1966 debut of "Star Trek." In 1964, both actors briefly appeared together in a scene alongside Robert Vaughn in an early episode of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."

Some guy overdubbed Mary Poppins with a death metal version of ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’

blog.timesunion.com — Today's totally random YouTube gem: Andy Rehfeldt and Sera Hatchett at Endless Noise recorded an overdubbed a death metal version of Mary Poppins' "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious, you should watch it here:

Photos: Nearly 20 manatees rescued from Florida drainpipes

blog.timesunion.com — Nearly twenty manatees were rescued from drain pipes in Satellite Beach, Florida Monday night into Tuesday morning. Firefighters, SeaWorld Orlando employees and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission participated in the rescue.

James Van Der Beek is in a really dark ‘Power Rangers’ fan film

blog.timesunion.com — Joseph Kahn, a director whose credits include "Blink 182: Greatest Hits," "Britney Spears: In the Zone" and a music video featuring Taylor Swift violently assaulting a sweet Shelby Cobra, has released a "bootleg" Power Rangers fan film starring James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff (obviously). And it's dark as hell.

Video: Watch a guy beat the ‘hardest’ Super Mario level ever

blog.timesunion.com — Over on a Super Mario World Forum, a user named PangeaPangea explains how it took him three years to beat the 'hardest' Super Mario level ever. And he was the guy who made it.

Crazy photo: Jeep leaves behind ice-sculpture imprint

blog.timesunion.com — A thin sheet of ice was left standing after a Jeep's engine freed it from the front end of the SUV in Greenville, North Carolina. That's the working theory anyway. Check it out, the photograph is nothing short of amazing:

Ferguson cops testing new ‘alternative’ for police shootings

blog.timesunion.com — Ferguson, Missouri police have begun testing a device that could allow officers to fire on a suspect with their service pistol with a greatly reduced risk of killing the target. The device called "The Alternative," manufactured by a California company Alternative Ballistics, can quickly be fitted over a semi-automatic pistol's slide, which holds a large metal alloy ball near the end of the gun barrel.
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Feb 27, 2015

RT @JFreports: See Leonard Nimoy and WIlliam Shatner in a pre-'Star Trek' episode of 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' sfgate.com/entertainment/… via @Preovolos



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