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Miniature scenes at HLOM capture the history and ...
An Army field hospital during the Civil War must have been a horrid place to be. The stench of curdled blood. Limbs piled under the surgeon's table. The moans of the injured and dying. The acrid aura...
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The Civil War
Holland Land Office Museum
Get Ready for Football Friday: Iowa High School A...
Channel 13 Sports Team on Football Friday Shoot By IHSAA and Sports Spotlight. DES MOINES, Iowa – The 2014 Iowa high school football season is set to kick off and as we head into the new season we...
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Creston News Advertiser
W.Va. festival is all about tasting the tomatoes
FAIRMONT, W.Va. (AP) — The numeral in the name of the West Virginia 63 tomato refers to the year of the Mountain State's centennial, not to the number of varieties of the red fruit that most use as a...
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
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Lectrues and the literary scene in Marin County, ...
Book events Albert Park: 618 B St., San Rafael; www.pacificsbaseball.com. Aug. 17: Jeff Burkhart discusses "Twenty Years Behind Bars" at a San Rafael Pacifics game. 1 to 4 p.m. $8 to $20. Book...
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City of Ghosts
Knoxville turns back clock
Knoxville turned back the clock on Saturday as it feted the past with the seventh annual East Tennessee History Fair. Downtown was teeming with fairgoers who took in traditional crafts and music,...
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Most of US Ryder Cup team solidified, three spots...
Bubba Watson will lead the US Ryder Cup team to Gleneagles. (Getty Images) The first nine are set for the US Ryder Cup team. Phil Mickelson played his way on and Jason Dufner injured his way off and...
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Miley both naughty and nice in return to Nashville
The surprising thing, after the former teen television star raised such a lather last year with a highly memorable MTV Video Music Awards appearance, is how tame the show actually is. Miley’s back,...
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
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World Breastfeeding Awareness Week -
Updated: Thursday, August 7 2014, 12:31 PM CDT LINCOLN -- One local hospital is raising awareness about he importance of breastfeeding. Good Day's Michelle London is in Lincoln with the details. In...
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Miley Cyrus special sparks FCC investigation into...
LOS ANGELES – Miley Cyrus’s sexualized grinding against a costumed
could cost NBC. The Federal Communications (FCC) is investigating the network for a violation of its “sexual or...
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Federal Communications Commission
Interview with Kevin Sorbo on Making a World Fit ...
Langley: Who are your heroes? Langley: Were they your heroes when you were growing up? Sorbo: Well, Marilyn Monroe’s a joke. Sure, my parents were. They’re great people.
was a great...
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WENDELL: Wendell couple turns heads with penny-co...
WENDELL — One could conclude Mike Morphy is a guy who embraces change. He and his wife, Gayle Hoover, moved from the west coast to Zebulon in 2002 and from Zebulon to Wendell in 2011. They are both...
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The News & Observer
The transitioning of Miley Cyrus
And naturally, after being strapped into her hot dog by a dancer dressed as a mustard dispenser, she cracked, "You know what I'm going to miss most about the Bangerz tour? Riding this wiener every...
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Lana Del Rey
When Susan Wojcicki took over YouTube in February, she received almost as much unsolicited advice as there are YouTube videos. One open letter not-so-subtly pleaded with Wojcicki, "So please, I'm...
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Nebraska billionaire behind bare-knuckle assault ...
With a net worth today of $1 billion and at age 73, I cannot imagine what Joe Ricketts is worried about. Or maybe I can. The founder of TD Ameritrade is fretting over the crumbs falling from his...
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Well, This Was Inevitable
Contrary to popular belief, the country's first president had dentures made of gold, ivory, lead, and animal teeth. As a young boy, John Adams would often skip school, choosing instead to spend his...
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Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic Last updated: Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 9:39 AM There are now 21 licensed small distilleries in the Commonwealth, with pending applications for 10 more,...
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More People Making Illinois Their Destination
CYPRESS-- Illinois tourism is celebrating a record. Numbers out this month show more people are coming to the state for leisure and business. Nearly 106 million visitors were in Illinois last year,...
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Illinois Office of Tourism
Legacy of a Gentle Genius - Death, Untimely Death...
Four years ago, during a vacation on the Côte d'Azur, Jim Henson sat down to write a letter to his children, with the wish that it not be opened until his death. "I'm not at all afraid of the thought...
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Tom Robbins on 'Tibetan Peach Pie'
In his best-known novels, including "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," "Still Life with Woodpecker" and "Jitterbug Perfume," Tom Robbins has charmed several generations of readers with his signature mix...
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My party has lost its soul: Bill Clinton, Barack ...
In 2006 the Atlantic magazine asked a panel of “eminent historians” to name the 100 most influential people in American history. Included alongside George Washington,
, Mark Twain and Elvis...
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