The only thing worse than being in a coma for ten years? Waking up in 2018. Brooke Shields makes a guest appearance on this…
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The average American consumes nearly 3 gallons of wine per year, and a new device from France is revamping how Americans choose its wine by delivering enology to the smartphone.
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The “Murphy in the Morning” gang is headed to a gala to celebrate a lifetime of achievement for original cast member Jim Dial, and Murphy’s “worst ever” secretary (Bette Midler) makes a re-appearance at the top of this episode, now an heiress who has inherited ownership of the network.
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San Francisco startup bridges gap between fashion and technology with SmartTie, a connected tie, and eco-friendly fabric.
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Political Ads Aren’t the Only Place on TV to Focus on the Midterms. This Week, Murphy Brown Anticipates the Media Madness Surrounding the Upcoming United States Midterm Elections
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