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    1. Documentarian Nicolas Noxon Dies

      ContactmusicMay 05 03:28 AM

      Filmmaker Nicolas Noxon, whose documentary inspired James Cameron 's Titanic, has died aged 79.

    2. Nicolas Noxon, Emmy-Winning Documentarian, Dies at 79

      The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsMay 03 09:00 PM

      He wrote and produced the 1986 National Geographic film 'Secrets of the Titanic,' which inspired James Cameron. His daughter is TV writer-producer Marti Noxon.

    3. This day in history: Titanic sinks on April 14, 1912

      FOX 59 IndianapolisApr 14 01:11 PM

      (April 14, 2016) – On this day 104 years ago, the RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean about 400 miles south of Newfoundland, Canada. The Titanic was one of the largest and most luxurious ocean liners ever built, and it was considered unsinkable. There were 2,200 people aboard the ship […]

    4. Artifacts Recovered From RMS Titanic Will Be Retired July 18, 2016

      PR Newswire via Yahoo! FinanceApr 13 05:30 AM

      LAS VEGAS, April 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Seven priceless artifacts recovered from the wreck site of RMS Titanic will be retired from public view and returned to its conservation facility after a 3-month special engagement at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.  Beginning April 15, 2016, 104 years after Titanic hit an iceberg in the Atlantic and sank, taking ...

    5. Titanic survivor became modest tennis champion

      Orlando SentinelApr 09 12:18 PM

      The Titanic set out on its maiden voyage 104 years ago Sunday. One of America's greatest athletes paid 61 pounds, seven shillings and seven pennies for a ticket. That was $86.87 in U.S. currency. A lot has changed since 1912 besides the cost of a first-class ticket on a luxury cruise liner. When...

    6. Titanic survivor became modest tennis champion

      Orlando SentinelApr 09 01:00 PM

      The Titanic set out on its maiden voyage 104 years ago Sunday. One of America's greatest athletes paid 61 pounds, seven shillings and seven pennies for a ticket. That was $86.87 in U.S. currency. A lot has changed since 1912 besides the cost of a first-class ticket on a luxury cruise liner. When...

    7. The beautiful and the damned

      The HinduApr 30 11:29 PM

      One of the most important archives of our times, The Deepak Puri Collection is also a call to preserve the legacy of Indian photojournalism

    8. Here's What This Year's Nominees Looked Like At Their First MTV Movie Awards

    9. A collection of images from near and far of events that happened on April 10 through the years.

    10. Clive Palmer treated Queensland Nickel as $200m piggy bank

      The West Australian via Yahoo!7 NewsApr 12 09:45 AM

      Clive Palmer is accused of being a reckless, shadow company director who took $200 million out of a Queensland nickel company to fund his political party and investments, including a new Titanic.

      Nickel company was Palmer’s $200m ‘piggy bank’ - The West Australian via Yahoo!7 News

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