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Monday, 20 August 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012
One year ago today, Kim Kardashian glided down the aisle living out her "Fairytale Wedding" dreams. After just 72 days of marriage, she and husband Kris Humphries called it quits and the Brooklyn Nets player alleged their marriage was a fraud. One year later, Kardashian and Humphries are embroiled in a bitter divorce battle and the 31-year-old reality star has scheduled Humphries' ex, Myla Sinanaj, for her deposition on the same day as the one-year wedding anniversary; and Sinanaj is not happy about it.
Caryn James: Cosmopolis, Beyond the RPatz PR Tour (Review)
For once, Pattinson's stiffness works in his favor as Eric Packer, an affectless young billionaire looking for meaning as his self-made financial empire crumbles in a single day.
Michael Sigman: Elvis 40 Years Ago: In the Press-ence of The King
As a cub reporter for the trade magazine Record World, I got to cover one of the most thrilling music-related events of that spring -- Elvis's press conference at Madison Square Garden on June 9th, just before his first-ever New York performances.
Alec Baldwin: The Truth About Fracking
When the gas companies are done blasting and pumping and contaminating, after they've put the gas on the open market and sold it and the workers head home, who do you think they'll hand the bill to for the clean up of that mess? Gas companies will make huge profits. And what will you get?
Noel Gallagher: Tales From the Middle of Nowhere (Vol. 2): Where I Witness the Fitness of Mo Farah
I have to say when the toffs what run our country started spouting waffle about the Olympics and how it would bring out the best in us blah, blah, blah I was - like most of us I expect - thinking "oh f**k off!"... but I have to say they were right. You couldn't fail to be moved.
ZP Heller: World Humanitarian Day: A Billion People Join Beyoncé in Celebration
You don't have to be a UN staffer or aid worker to take part in World Humanitarian Day. In addition to pledging support through social media networks, "I Was Here" encourages you to commit to doing one good deed for someone in need this Sunday.

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