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Stagecoach 2015: Steve Earle on country music's m...
... release of his debut album “Guitar Town,” during a brief window between the “Urban Cowboy” craze of the early 1980s and the arrival of Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Clint Black and other...
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Doctors Believed One Miracle Food Could Cure Dise...
... weight? That’s bananas. Excerpted fromThe Gluten Lie: And Other Myths About What You Eatby Alan Levinovitz. Out now from Regan Arts. At the turn of the 20th century, the United Fruit Co....
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Cleaner was electrocuted at train depot
... heard. Roger Lower, aged 46, died instantly at the depot in Cliftonville Road. Coroner
delivered the remark after a jury unanimously returned a conclusion of death by accident...
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8 things to do in Liverpool and Merseyside on 31 ...
British-based Ghanaian musician is best known for his song Azonto, based on the Afrobeats dance craze Azonto Dance. Liverpool’s LEAP 2015 dance festival continues with this show at the Unity...
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Selfie taken outside site of East Village explosi...
... Idiots." "I just found myself agreeing with a NY Post headline, may have to lie down," Alan Howard wrote. "But what idiots!" While they were perhaps the most glaring example of...
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How the tech boom could end
... with it for the sake of argument.) If you zoom in a little bit on the peak of the dot-com craze, between 1998 and 2002, you can see that the NASDAQ peaked in March 2000. March 24, to be...
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