• DEAR EVAN HANSEN Will Be Turned Into Young Adult Novel; Release Set for This Fall - Broadway World

    According to the New York Times, Dear Evan Hansen will soon be turned into a young adult novel. Author Val Emmich has teamed with the hit musical #39;s creators to create a page turning work of fiction from the hit musical. Bookwriter Steven Levenson explained: "We have felt a certain discomfort with the fact that it is so expensive to come see the show, we can only have 1,000 people a night, and there are so many people who can't come to New York. There were people responding to the show without having even seen it, and we did feel like, what are some ways that we can get this show to more people?"


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  • Ethereum Classic Price Technical Analysis – ETC/USD Turned Sell on Rallies - newsBTC

    Ethereum classic price is now back in a bearish zone against the US Dollar and Bitcoin. ETC USD is facing a lot of resistances on the upside near $34.00 and $34.50.A fresh downside wave was initiated from well above $37.00 in ETC price against the US dollar. The price declined and traded below a couple of important support levels such as $35.00 and $34.00. It even traded below the $33.25 support and settled below the 100 hourly simple moving average. It traded as low as $31.36 and it is currently correcting higher.


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  • A hacker returned $17.4 million worth of Ethereum to the victim - finder.com.au

    CoinDash was a project laden with bad luck and perhaps slightly lacking network security. An unknown hacker compromised the website ahead of its July 2017 ICO and replaced the ICO wallet address with a new one. Then they just sat back and watched 41,000 ETH, worth about US$7 million at the time, pour into their wallet.But then two months later, the unthinkable happened. The hacker returned about $3 million of ETH into the real CoinDash wallet. With ETH's price rise, the total heist was then worth over $10 million.



  • Nathan Chen Just Turned His Disappointing Start Into Olympic History With 6 Quad Jumps - TIME

    Chen, who broke hearts across the U.S. Thursday when he came in 17th during the figure skating men;s short program, came back with a vengeance in the long program Friday, and set new Olympics quad jump record in the process.Chen, who became the first figure skater to make five quad jumps during a competition in 2017, broke his own record during the long program Friday by pulling off six quad jumps. He earned a total of 215.08 points mdash; a new personal best mdash; 297.35 points in total, and was in first place by the end of his program.


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  • Ethereum Price Prediction: Started going down again but turned back? (ETH Price Analysis News ... - Smartereum (blog)

    This brought the Ethereum to USD exchange rate to $835.90. But that number is completely boring. I am much more interested in the Ethereum to Bitcoin rate, which rose 1.83% to 0.1 BTC. Here s what I find fascinating.ETH BTC Raises Important Question About Crypto Recovery According to analyst Gaurav S. Iyer, Profitconfidential, The ETH BTC ratio only jumped above 0.1 BTC in January 2018. It was an important milestone because it recognized that Ethereum prices were moving independently from Bitcoin. Investors weren t lumping the two cryptos together.


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  • Bakersfield baker who turned away lesbian couple wins court ruling - San Francisco Chronicle

    As the U.S. Supreme Court ponders a baker rsquo;s refusal to prepare a wedding cake for a gay couple, a California judge has ruled that the owner of a Bakersfield bakery had a free speech right to turn away a lesbian couple who wanted a cake to celebrate their marriage.A wedding cake, even one without an inscription, ldquo;is an artistic expression by the person making it, rdquo; Kern County Superior Court Judge David Lampe said Monday in a ruling denying a state agency rsquo;s request to require the bakery owner, Cathy Miller, to comply with California rsquo;s antidiscrimination law.


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  • 55 telecom fraud suspects returned to China from Indonesia - Xinhua

    The suspects have been linked to more than 60 criminal cases, covering more than 20 Chinese provinces and involving 30 million yuan (about 4.7 million U.S. dollars), the ministry said in a statement.Chinese police sent a team to Indonesia in June 2017 to work with local police. In August 2017, 143 such suspects were brought back to China from Indonesia.


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  • How Evolution Turned Lions and Cheetahs Into Such Formidable Killing Machines - Gizmodo

    The fastest and most maneuverable terrestrial animals are found in savannah habitats, where predators chase and capture running prey, opens a new study published today in Nature. Without a doubt, these animals are the product of seemingly endless arms race, where each evolutionary adaptation is countered by another. But there s a limit to these apparent advantages. If a predator gets too big or muscular, it may exhaust itself too quickly during the chase. Same goes for the prey. Evolution tends to favor an equilibrium point between predator and prey a kind of goldilocks zone of physicality that constrains species in some specific and important ways. A collared cheetah tracked for the study. (Image: A. Wilson)The new study, led by Alan Wilson from the U.K. s Royal Veterinary College, explored a crucially important element of the predator prey relationship: the level of athleticism required by animals to survive. Specifically, Wilson studied the biomechanics involved in two predator prey relationships, namely the lion zebra dyad and the cheetah impala dyad. Lions and cheetahs were chosen as the predators of study because they typically hunt their prey in a one on one chase, while zebras and impalas represent the most common prey of each. These animals are locked in a Darwinian battle, shaping each other s bodies over the millenia. Wilson sought to determine which physical characteristics and locomotion styles emerged in the predators to help them catch and take down their prey, and which characteristics evolved in prey to help them escape.



  • IBM Stock Off 4%: 'We've Returned to Growth,' Says CFO - Barron's

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