Theatrical version of Montage Of Heck to include unreleased Kurt Cobain demo

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Theatrical version of Montage Of Heck to include unreleased Kurt Cobain demo

Nirvana fans who shell out to see Brett Morgen’s HBO documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck in theaters will get a little bonus to go along with getting to watch a bunch of grainy home movies get projected on the big screen. Morgen has announced that, although the re-release of the film will use the same footage that aired on HBO back in May, the new version will also include music from an unreleased demo tape of Cobain’s that he found while researching and putting the film together.

Adam Carolla Lists Hacienda in La Cañada-Flintridge

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Adam Carolla Lists Hacienda in La Cañada-Flintridge

YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Though they bought it just two years ago for $2.965 million, comedian, veteran television personality and occasionally and unapologetically controversial podcast superstar Adam Carolla and his wife, Lynette Paradise, have hoisted their 1920s Spanish hacienda-style house in the L.A.’s wealthy suburban community of La Cañada-Flintridge back on the market, as was first spotted by the eagle-eyed property gossips at the L.A. Times, with an asking price of $3,495,000. Listing details say the “current celebrity owner was attracted to the original details” of the gated residence that measures in at 4,001-square-feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. As attractive as the original details may have been, they were apparently not enough to hold the couple’s interest for more than two years but none-the-less include terra-cotta tile floors, exposed wood ceilings and “original hardware on the doors.”

Alaskan Malamute Watches Over 4-Month-Old Baby

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Alaskan Malamute Watches Over 4-Month-Old Baby

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Evo the Alaskan Malamute demonstrates some impressive babysitting skills as he observes and entertains 4-month-old Adam.

Angelina Jolie Speaks Out for Sexual Violence Victims in Myanmar

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Angelina Jolie Speaks Out for Sexual Violence Victims in Myanmar

The 40-year-old actress and U.N. special envoy has been in the conflict-torn region since Wednesday. Nearly 100,000 people have been displaced since a civil war started in 2011.

“This visit underlined the vulnerability of women and girls living in protracted conflict situations to sexual violence, trafficking, and other human rights violations. It was moving and humbling to meet survivors of sexual violence in Kachin State,” Angelina said in a new statement (via AFP).

Josh Brolin’s New ‘Sicario’ Trailer is Full of Action!

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Josh Brolin’s New ‘Sicario’ Trailer is Full of Action!

Josh Brolin is ready to get in on the action in the newly released second trailer for his upcoming movie Sicario.

Here is the synopsis: “In Mexico, sicario means hitman. In the lawless border area stretching between the U.S. and Mexico, an idealistic FBI agent (Emily Blunt) is enlisted by an elite government task force official (Brolin) to aid in the escalating war against drugs. Led by an enigmatic consultant with a questionable past (Benicio Del Toro), the team sets out on a clandestine journey forcing Kate to question everything that she believes in order to survive.”

Dad Rock deluxe interview with First Aid Kit

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As a special gift to our listeners, USA TODAY’s Dad Rock podcast has released “deluxe editions” of six interviews that co-host Jim Lenahan conducted at Louisville’s Forecastle music festival.

Critics blast loophole that forces taxpayers to fund public sector union work

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Critics blast loophole that forces taxpayers to fund public sector union work

A recent study found that thousands of hours in release time has been doled out at public agencies in Texas, in possible violation of the state constitution’s “gift clause,” which bans the grant of public funds to a private entity. (Austin Fire Department)

#100days100nights fuels fear in South L.A.

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The #100days100nights campaign may be fake, but the fear in parts of South Los Angeles is very real.

“I’ve been in prison, and I’ve never been as nervous as I am right now,” a middle-aged man in a baseball cap admitted to the crowd gathered for a community meeting Wednesday night— one he had almost been too afraid to attend.

Texan accidentally shoots himself trying to kill armadillo

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Texan accidentally shoots himself trying to kill armadillo

Samuel Ebert, 52, fired his gun at an armadillo (not the one pictured) but the bullet bounced off the mammal and struck him instead. If you’re trying to shoot an armadillo, it’s probably advisable to hit the deck after squeezing the trigger.

Can rent control fix the gap between wages and housing costs?

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Delsenia Glover, center, Alliance for Tenant Power campaign manager, raises her hands during a protest outside the New York governor’s office June 24, 2015.(Photo: Bebeto Matthews, AP)

The city council in Richmond, Calif., voted last week to cap how much rent landlords could charge tenants in the San Francisco Bay Area city where rents have increased an estimated 30% over the last four years.