Una Mullally

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Daily Digest: Thursday

What the Nicki Minaj V Hot 97 feud says about women in hip-hop. If you don’t know what this is about, here’s some context. Nasdaq offering $40 million compensation for the glitches on the first day of the Facebook IPO. …

Thu, Jun 7, 2012, 10:42

   

What the Nicki Minaj V Hot 97 feud says about women in hip-hop. If you don’t know what this is about, here’s some context.

Nasdaq offering $40 million compensation for the glitches on the first day of the Facebook IPO.

Hourly headlines printed on coffee cups for Gulf News in the UAE.

The trailer for Tarantino’s Django Unchained is out:
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Surprise surprise, Elvis gets a hologram. BORING.

Shut up, Morrissey.

Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson have a new cookery show on ABC.

I love a good US Presidential thriller. But with Jamie Foxx as POTUS? Not so sure.

Remains of the Curtain theatre have been unearthed.

This performance lecture on the history of drugs in Ireland looks super interesting.

Watch The Throne hits Dublin tomorrow, so, in preparation:
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