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Kit Harington appears to have gotten himself into a hairy situation.The 28-year-old hottie was recently seen sporting curly, shoulder-length hair, the same style worn by his Game of Thrones character, Jon Snow.So what's the issue? Well, on the season 5 finale of the HBO mega hit, Snow appeared to meet his demise at the hands of the people he considered his friends and comrades, Julius Caesar-style. And while Game of Thrones is known for breaking fans' hearts with the killings of beloved characters, the series is set in the land of fantasy, and has stuff like, oh, you know, dragons and magic and zombie-like White Walkers. So, theoretically, "dead" can mean "mostly dead" or "slightly alive." Or, well, "not dead."Co-star Emilia Clarke, whose character Daenerys Targaryen commands said dragons (or thinks she does), recently said she gave Snow a "50/50 chance" of surviving the bloody and seemingly deathly betrayal.

Police said Sunday a man in Maine died during a Fourth of July celebration on Saturday night when he tried to launch a firework from the top of his head. It exploded, killing him instantly. A spokesman for the state Department of Public Safety said Devon Staples, 22, of Calais Maine, was drinking and celebrating the holiday in a friend's backyard when he placed the fireworks mortar tube on his head around 10 p.m. It was unclear whether the firework was already lit, or whether Staples lit it once it was on his head.

A Texas woman was killed trying to save her suicidal boyfriend over the holiday weekend. She was attempting to pull him out of the road when she was struck by an oncoming car. The Harris Country Sheriff's Office said that "at approximately 12:35 a.m., on Saturday, July 4, Michael Thomas was in a moving lane of traffic attempting suicide by trying to get hit by a motor vehicle.

"Lennon/McCartney" is one of music's greatest songwriting credits, a catchall that covered most of the Beatles' tracks and was employed even when John Lennon and Paul McCartney didn't collaborate on a certain song. However, although arranged alphabetically, the ensuing decades have favored Lennon's placement in the songwriting credit, suggesting that Lennon had more to do with crafting the Beatles songs than McCartney. In a revealing new interview with Esquire, McCartney opens up about his frustrations regarding "Lennon/McCartney" as well as a nixed "McCartney/Lennon" credit. McCartney said, "We had a meeting with [Beatles manager] Brian Epstein. I arrived late. John and Brian had been talking. 'We were thinking we ought to call the songs, Lennon and McCartney.' I said, 'That's OK, but what about McCartney and Lennon? If I write it, what about that? It sounds good, too. They said, 'OK, what we'll do is we'll alternate it: Lennon and McCartney, McCartney and Lennon.' Well, that didn't happen. And I didn't mind."

The Syrian army said that Islamic State suicide bombers on Sunday blew up an explosive- laden truck near a power plant that serves the northeastern city of Hasaka, the latest attack after their expulsion from most parts of the city. State television said a second attack, against a power plant that serves the southern districts of the city, was prevented, but the first had caused "material damage" and led to "casualties".

During Wimbledon’s first week you had to squeeze into the outside courts to catch repeat-viewings of what Venus Williams does best: rocket-launching that snorting, sliding serve before moving as softly as a dancer into position and killing the point with a wonderfully wicked groundstroke. It was a welcome blast from the past, a reminder of the days when Venus was regularly ascendant over SW19. Rarely in tennis history has destruction been delivered with such grace.

Dave Grohl is the kind of affable, down-to-earth rock star who you might not expect to indulge in grand gestures like, say, having a special throne built for him to sit in while performing. But that's just the extravagant stage prop he unveiled on Saturday night at Washington, D.C.'s RFK Stadium, and it wasn't just because Foo Fighters were celebrating their 20th anniversary. It was necessary: Three weeks ago during a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden, Grohl fell off the stage and broke his leg. Grohl had to cancel shows after the injury, but he refused to miss the 4th of July hometown anniversary gig.