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Roger Ebert has died. He was 70. The legendary film critic had battled cancer in recent years. His employer, The Chicago Sun-Times, confirmed the sad news yesterday. It was only days ago that Ebert revealed his cancer had returned in a blog post; he said he’d be taking a “leave of presence” from his duties. Wednesday had marked his 46th anniversary as film critic for the Sun-Times. The first movie critic to win the Pulitzer Prize, Ebert was a television fixture for decades with fellow pundit Gene Siskel, who died in 1999. He was the author of more than a dozen books on movies and the first critic to be presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Dunkin Donuts is testing a new kind of breakfast sandwich they're hoping to make mouths water: a glazed donut sandwich. The sticky new item featuring two crisp slices of bacon and a pepper fried egg is appearing in select eastern Massachusetts outlets according to the company. But before those calorie counters turn away, the voluptuous new menu item is said to be a shockingly low 360 calories according to a Dunkin' spokeswoman.
Target has outraged customers after labeling one of their plus-size dresses as “Manatee Gray,” while the standard size of the same item was called simply “Dark Heather Gray.” A shopper was browsing the website when she spotted the unfortunate discrepancy and brought it to the attention of the retailer via Twitter. Target has since fixed the error.