The Social Climber: Lindsay Lohan's Next Chapter, Bombogenesis Explained
Jan. 22, 2014
Lindsay Lohan's Next Chapter
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Lindsay Lohan is ready to make another movie.
The actress, 27, who is currently filming a series about her life for OWN, appeared with a camera crew at the Sundance Film Festival to announce her next project, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Lohan said she will produce and star in "Inconceivable," which will begin shooting in March.
After rehab and legal woes, Lohan described her involvement in the project as "therapeutic."
"There's nothing better than having seen all of your ideas and thoughts that you've been thinking about to come to fruition and to share that with people," she said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I think that's why I've always loved making movies so much."
What the Heck Is Bombogenesis?
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Weather words sure are dramatic. First, we had the polar vortex, and now we have bombogenesis.
According to the folks at AccuWeather, the impact of bombogenesis includes rapidly strengthening winds and high precipitation, sort of like the winter monstrosity that has pummeled the Northeast.
Bobogenesis occurs when the central pressure system of a storm drops sharply to 24 millibars in 24 hours, according to AccuWeather's senior meteorologist Brett Anderson.
And there you have it.
NYC Triple Homicide Suspect Arrested
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The New York City man suspected of killing his two young daughters and their mother was arrested at a vehicle road block in Schulenburg, Texas, on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press.
Authorities in Fayette County, Texas, said Miguel Mejia-Ramos, 28, was located when he turned on his cellphone, the AP reported.
Charges have not yet been filed in the triple homicide, and it was not known if Mejia-Ramos had an attorney.
The bodies of 1-year-old Yaslin Mejia and 2-year-old Daniela Mejia and their mother, Deisy Garcia, 21, were found Sunday night in their New York City apartment.
Perfect NCAA bracket
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What's better than $1 million? $1 billion, obviously.
The 10-figure payday could be yours, if you can manage to pick the perfect NCAA bracket.
Financial guru Warren Buffet's company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is insuring thethe colossal prize would go to someone who successfully picks all 64 team brackets in the NCAA men's basketball tournament –- a feat so complex that the company is betting $1 billion it won't happen.
The prize is being offered by Detroit-based Quicken Loans Inc., the nation's fourth-largest mortgage lender, and would be doled out in 40 annual installments of $25 million, unless the winner opts for a single lump-sum payment of $500 million.
Well, it's worth a try.
Farewell, Sami Brady
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After two decades of playing Sami Brady on "Days of Our Lives," Alison Sweeney is leaving the soap opera.
"I decided that it's going to be my last year with the show," Sweeney, 37, told Ellen DeGeneres. The actress was only 16 when she got her start on the show.
"It's awesome. I love Sami. ... I love my job, I love daytime [TV], I love the fans, I love everything about it but ... I have worked so much and my daughter just turned 5 and my son is 9, and I just want to be with them," Sweeney said.
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