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Amanda Seyfried Takes Dog Out For Jog, Joins 24 Hour Plays With Boyfriend Justin Long

Amanda Seyfried, who will soon appear in the 24 Hour Plays project with her boyfriend Justin Long, brought her beloved dog Finn out on a jog Thursday.

Amanda Seyfriend & Dog Finn

Seyfried, 28, headed out with Finn for a jog in Los Angeles. The Ted 2 actress dressed for the workout in a pair of short black running shorts, a Wakeman basketball t-shirt and running sneakers. Multitasking, Seyfried held onto Finn’s leash and a water bottle in one hand while listening to music.

Though Seyfried has been spending a lot of time on the East Coast lately while filming Ted 2, she’s managed to keep her faithful dog at her side. Earlier this month, Seyfried shared a picture on Instagram of Finn posing with the stuffed animal star of the movie.

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Ever the adoring dog owner, Seyfried
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Hannah Anderson: Kidnapper Forced Me To Play Russian Roulette

Hannah recounted shocking details of her Aug. 3 kidnapping in a new ‘Today’ show interview that will air on Oct. 10. The teen revealed that her kidnapper bound her feet with zip-ties and forced her to play Russian roulette with a gun.

Hannah Anderson, 16, was kidnapped by her family friend James Dimaggio on Aug. 3. The man allegedly murdered Hannah’s mother Christina Anderson and 8-year-old brother Ethan Anderson before setting the home they were in on fire and kidnapping Hannah. The kidnapping survivor revealed that her captor tied her up and told her his kidnapping plans before abducting her.

Hannah Anderson: Kidnapper Forced Me To Play Russian Roulette

Hannah revealed that her kidnapper forced her to play Russian roulette — a potentially lethal game of chance — with his gun.

“When it was my turn, I started crying and was freaking out,” Hannah told Savannah Guthrie on Today. “And he said, ‘Do you want to play?
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Hannah Anderson: I Don't Deserve the Pain

Hannah Anderson: I Don't Deserve the Pain
While she tries to put on a brave face in school, Hannah Anderson says that when she thinks about her abduction and her struggles to cope with the murders of her mother and brother, "I break down at night." The San Diego-area high-school junior, 16, continues to avoid all print interviews, but over the past few days has answered dozens of questions on her ask.fm page, where she also shared photos of her homecoming dance and happier times with her mom and brother. Asked why she didn't run away from abductor James Dimaggio while on the 1,000-mile trip from San
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Brett Anderson Quits Job to Stay In 'Safe and Familiar' San Diego with Daughter Hannah

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Brett Anderson Quits Job to Stay In 'Safe and Familiar' San Diego with Daughter Hannah
Brett Anderson has changed his plans to move to Nashville for work in order to provide stability for his daughter Hannah, who was rescued just over two weeks ago from kidnapping and murder suspect James Lee Dimaggio. "I'd hoped that Hannah would be able to return to Nashville with me, but I agreed that it was important not to uproot her at this time from everyone and everything she knows and finds to be comfortable, safe and familiar," Anderson tells People in an exclusive statement. "There is no way I will give guardianship of my daughter to anybody - she
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Hannah Anderson's Mother Christina and Brother Ethan Are Laid to Rest

Calling their deaths "an abomination," a priest memorialized a California mother and young son killed by a family friend, who also abducted the woman's 16-year-old daughter. Saturday's service for Christina Anderson and 8-year-old Ethan Anderson at the Guardian Angels Roman Catholic Church in Santee, Calif., was open to the public. "For the death of Tina and Ethan there are no easy words," the Rev. Kevin Casey told the memorial gathering, according to the Los Angeles Times. "We are touched by this evil and we can never be the same again." The pair was found at the home of James Lee Dimaggio,
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Hannah Anderson’s Emotional First Interview: I Am ‘A Survivor’

The 16-year-old kidnapping victim gave her first official interview since her Aug. 3 kidnapping on Aug. 22. In her revealing tell-all, Hannah broke down in tears talking about the loss of her mother and 8-year-old brother — and she set the record straight on her correspondence with her kidnapper.

Kidnapping victim Hannah Anderson gave an emotional interview with the Today show — her first official interview since being returned home to safety her father on Aug. 11. The girl was kidnapped by family friend James Dimaggio who later set fire to his home with the girl’s mother and 8-year-old brother inside. The teen spoke out about how she is coping with this harrowing ordeal, calling herself a “survivor” — not a victim.

Hannah Anderson Interview — Kidnapping Victim Is ‘A Survivor

Hannah is beginning to change the way she sees her situation. “In the beginning, I was a victim. But now knowing everyone out there’s helping me,
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Hannah Anderson Makes First Public Appearance Since Rescue Ordeal

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Hannah Anderson Makes First Public Appearance Since Rescue Ordeal
Abducted Hannah Anderson made her first public appearance Thursday, attending a fundraiser for her and her family near San Diego, Calif., only days after her her dramatic rescue last weekend. While Hannah, wearing yellow sunglasses, did not stop and speak to the press, her father, Brett Anderson, told reporters outside the fundraiser gathering place, the Boll Weevil restaurant in Lakeside, Calif. did. "This is a small community that we are a part of, and the community came together putting on this great fundraiser for Hannah and hopefully for her future and healing," he said, reports CNN. Brett Anderson also thanked local residents,
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Kidnapping Victim Hannah Anderson Appears At Fundraiser For Her Family

So brave! The 16-year-old made her first public appearance since her traumatic kidnapping experience, showing up unexpectedly at a fundraiser to benefit her and her late mother and brother on August 15.

Hannah Anderson, survivor of the tragic August 3 murder/kidnapping case, attended a fundraiser to help cover the funeral expenses of her mother and brother. Amanda made no statement to the press as she walked into the Boll Weevil restaurant in Lakeside, Calif., in her first appearance in public since she returned home and reunited with her father.

Hannah Anderson At Fundraiser For Family — Kidnapping Victim’s 1st Appearance

Ever since she was rescued by FBI agents who shot and killed her suspected abductor, family friend James Dimaggio, on August 10, Hannah has been very open about her experience. She even started a social media account on ask.fm to answer personal questions about her horrific ordeal, but later disabled the account.
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Anderson's Grandmother: Hannah's Return 'Exactly What We Hoped & Prayed For'

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After a massive six-day manhunt that eventually reached into the Idaho wilderness, Hannah Anderson was found safe on Saturday after allegedly being abducted by James Lee Dimaggio. Dimaggio, who was killed during an arrest attempt by an FBI tactical agent, is suspected of killing Hannah's mother, 44-year-old Christina Anderson, and 8-year-old brother, Ethan Anderson. Hannah's grandmother (and Christina's mother) Sara Britt tells People that finding the teen was "exactly what we hoped and prayed for." "She's coming home, and that's all that's been in our thoughts this whole time. Now we take the time to grieve for Ethan - 'Little E' - and Tina,
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James Lee Dimaggio Shot Dead, Teen Safe in Manhunt: Sheriff

San Diego County Sheriff's officials say James Lee Dimaggio, suspected of abducting 16-year-old Hannah Anderson, has been killed in Idaho and the teen has been found safe. San Diego Sheriff William D. Gore said Hannah's father was "elated" his daughter was found alive. FBI agents shot and killed Dimaggio, reports CNN. "It was the worst-case scenario, but at the same time, we're very grateful Hannah is alive," Cathy Griffin, a Dimaggio family spokeswoman, told People on Saturday night. Griffin said the family isn't sure what to make of the crimes Dimaggio allegedly committed. "It’s all speculative as to what actually happened,
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James Lee Dimaggio May Be Armed with Explosives: Police

A massive search entered a sixth day Friday for a man suspected of abducting a 16-year-old family friend as police warned he may have abandoned his car while on the run and rigged it with explosives. James Lee Dimaggio, 40, may have had an "unusual infatuation" with the missing girl, Hannah Anderson, said San Diego County Sheriff's Capt. Duncan Fraser. "That is kind of a working theory, that it may be something of a motivator," Fraser said Thursday. On Sunday night, authorities found the body of Hannah's mother - 44-year-old Christina Anderson - when they extinguished flames at Dimaggio's rural home.
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Mother, Child Found Dead In Burned House, 2 Children Still Missing

So tragic! A mom was found dead in a rural California home along with a body of a child whose identity is still unidentified. To make things worse, the mom’s two children are still considered missing, and an Amber Alert has been issued for them!

Southern California mom Christina Anderson, 44, was found dead in a burned rural house on the California/Mexico border on August 4. A second body, identified as a child, was found in the rubble of the house’s garage. The home’s owner James Dimaggio, 40, is suspected of killing the mother and abducting one or both of her children, Hannah Anderson, 16, and Ethan Anderson, 8, who are still considered missing.

San Diego House Fire: Mother & Child Found Dead, 2 Children Missing

Authorities were called to the rural Boulevard, California house to extinguish a fire on the night of August 4, reports Kabc. At the scene, 60 miles from San Diego,
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Reviews: "Nightlife" by Dale Lazarov & Bastian Jonsson

Nightlife – Dale Lazarov & Bastian Jonsson

Colors by Yann Duminil

Review Copy Supplied by Author.

As a veteran reader of romantic gay-theme comics from Japan, I can appreciate the works of Dale Lazarov and his chosen artists’ moreso I think than many of my western slash-reading peers. In its infancy, the Bl fandom in North America reveled in comics we were unable to read, because many of us just didn't know the Japanese language. We didn't care to learn Japanese because we liked the romance, the intimacy, and the money-shots. To this day I avoid ‘bara/menslove’ scans that are translated because it takes all the fun out of it for me as a fan of “hardcore” yaoi. […the true meaning of “yaoi” being a story where men meet for no reason, and then screw for no reason]. Not one word of conversation ever need be understood…I was a proficient reader of facial expressions and hand gestures – often making up my own scenarios.

That being said, it’s going to
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Truvillion, Genet, And Gupton Join The Cast Of Inked Baby

Playwrights Horizons, under the leadership of Artistic Director Tim Sanford and Managing Director Leslie Marcus, has announced additional casting and complete details for the World Premiere of Inked Baby, a new play by 2007 Susan Smith Blackburn nominee Christina Anderson in her Off-Broadway playwriting debut. Directed by Kate Whoriskey (Fabulation at Playwrights Horizons, the current Ruined at Mtc), the production will begin previews on Thursday, March 5, 2009 with an Opening Night set for Monday, March 23 at 7Pm. The limited engagement will run through Sunday, April 5 at Playwrights Horizons' Peter Jay Sharp Theater (416 West 42nd Street).
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Anderson, Fuller, Nottage Participate In I've Known Rivers

On Monday Evening, February 23 at 7:00 Pm, six New York theater institutions will participate in a special panel discussion featuring five current and upcoming Off-Broadway shows. Harlem Stage (150 Convent Avenue at West 135th Street) will host producing companies Classical Theatre of Harlem, Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, The Public Theater and Signature Theatre Company in an evening titled I've Known Rivers: A Conversation with Christina Anderson, Charles Fuller, Lynn Nottage & Liesl Tommy. The event marks a unique collaborative effort between six New York theater institutions: a panel discussion in which five gifted African-American theater artists - all of whom have projects happening almost simultaneously at five of New York's most respected non-profit theaters - will discuss their lives, work, and current projects. Moderated by actress Sabrina LeBeauf (Three Sisters, Classical Theatre of Harlem in partnership with Harlem Stage, February/March), the evening's four panelists will be Christina Anderson (author, Inked Baby,
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6 NYC Theaters Collaborate on Free Event I've Known Rivers 2/23

On Monday Evening, February 23 at 7:00 Pm, six New York theater institutions will participate in a special panel discussion featuring five current and upcoming Off-Broadway shows. Harlem Stage (150 Convent Avenue at West 135th Street) will host producing companies Classical Theatre of Harlem, Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, The Public Theater and Signature Theatre Company in an evening titled I've Known Rivers: A Conversation with Christina Anderson, Charles Fuller, Lynn Nottage & Liesl Tommy.
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