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Amazon is creating 80,000 holiday jobs, including 'hundreds' in Maryland

Amazon.com Inc. said it’s creating 80,000 seasonal jobs in the U.S. this holiday season, up from the 70,000 seasonal jobs it created last season.

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) last year “converted thousands of seasonal employees into regular, full-time roles after the holidays, and expects to do the same this year,” the company said in a statement. 34 more words

Business

Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly) Preview

By Will Barber – Taylor

Following on from the success of their broadcast of Monty Python’s last live stage show, Gold have commissioned a new six part series looking at celebrities favourite Python sketches. 200 more words

General TV Reviews

C# Text Display Font and Size

I am fairly new to C# and need to write a script that uses Console.ReadLine user input and changes the font and size of the string entered by the user. 24 more words

Stackoverflow

London Film Review: 'What We Did on Our Holiday'

The current flow of U.K. comedy talent from smallscreen to big continues with the middling laffer “What We Did on Our Holiday,” the writing-directing debut of the team behind much-loved Blighty sitcom “Outnumbered.” Re-creating the show’s winning formula of three amiably precocious young children trading smarts with fondly exasperated parents, the pic swings for a much more eventful story arc, with mixed results. 477 more words

Reviews

Groupmuse Essentials 1: With A Voice Full Of Emotion

- Ben Miller

Groupmuse Essentials is a blog series from Groupmuse where we write about particular performances and recordings of pieces of music that we think are well worth your time and money. 776 more words

Alfred Brendel

What We Did On Our Holiday (2014)

It’s Grandad Gordie’s (Billy Connolly) 75th birthday, and the McLeod brood are travelling up to Scotland to celebrate. For parents Doug (David Tennant) and Abi (Rosamund Pike) this doesn’t just mean packing the car but preparing their three children for the task at hand. 622 more words

Film Reviews