8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Oct 07 2014

See Michael C. Hall all done up in glitter for Hedwig and the Angry Inch. (Entertainment Weekly)
The Supreme Court began its new term yesterday, and one of the first measures SCOTUS decided was to deny appeals for same-sex marriage bans in five states. Here's a map of where same-sex marriage is now legal as a result of today's decision.
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The first case of Ebola contracted outside of Africa has been confirmed in Spain. But, don't panic, a doctor from the National Institutes of Health maintains we won't have an outbreak in the U.S.
Your daily fit tip: Take your arm workout to Michelle Obama-levels for some ultimate sculpting and toning.
Today's the deadline for registering to vote in Washington D.C., Illinois, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Washington state. Rock the vote and register right here.
Phone 6 #HairGate: What it is and why you need to know about it.
Homecoming king and queen: seminal high school tradition or outdated, repressive gender binary? One Oregon high school is doing away with the traditional homecoming court in favor of a more inclusive "Grizzly Royalty" distinction for the three seniors that receive the most votes. Mail Tribune)
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Finally, companies are using manicures as a way to get to know their new recruits. (The Cut)
michaelchallhedwig-8thingsembedPhoto: Courtesy of Hedwig on Broadway.
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