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Allen: Oakland women found intellectual outlet in...
A little-known aspect of Oakland's history -- its early role in the promotion female independence and achievement -- will be celebrated in an exhibit opening in mid-November at the Camron-Stanford...
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Susan B. Anthony
News Wales > Community > School pupils name stree...
Pupils at Bassaleg School have been helping to name the streets in the new Jubilee Park housing development in Rogerstone. Year seven and eight pupils were asked to consider the geography and history...
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Do Your Duty
In the contest for Los Angeles County Sheriff, the debates are over, the jury is in, and it appears Jim McDonnell will be our next sheriff without much opposition. With McDonnell in, that means his...
Read more at Pasadena Weekly
Archeologist helps in Carnegie restoration project
Not a single rock, nor scoop of dirt, gets past Mike Madone of Mountain Masonry, archeologist Judy Halasi and George Daman, program manager for Leck Construction, before being scrutinized and examined...
Read more at Canon City Daily Record
Stand Out From the Crowd: 3 Ways to Put a Spotlig...
Q: If two companies are selling similar products, how can you differentiate yourself so customers buy from you and not your competitor? A: Truth be told, I do think that if you’re starting a business...
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Mixing, mingling with the Murdoch Mysteries cast ...
Stew Slater St. Marys Journal Argus Preparations began on Friday, Oct. 24 for this week’s filming in St. Marys of scenes from two upcoming episodes of the CBC Television series Murdoch Mysteries....
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Don Van Galen
U.S. Steel posts narrower loss, higher revenue
U. S. Steel Corp. posted a narrower loss, as revenue increased and the company said U.S. market conditions have remained stable. The company said it saw "a significant improvement in Total reportable...
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'Shark Tank' Investor Daymond John Shares 7 Busin...
Daymond John's parents taught him that a day job was never going to make him rich. He was in charge of his own destiny and could accomplish what he wanted if he put the work in. When he was 16, he...
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San Juan hopefuls offer ideas for school district...
Five candidates for the San Juan Unified school board are vying to govern a suburban Sacramento County district that has a new superintendent and faces increasing challenges with poverty, English...
Read more at The Sacramento Bee
Assembly Health Committee
Despite rhetoric, students fare badly on grant le...
But a plaque nearby lists some of the institutions endowed by Carnegie in his lifetime ("their work continues in his name"), including the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of...
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Little libraries fostering literacy, love of read...
The Little Free Library in downtown Auburn has proved to be so popular the city is adding another one soon. (Staff photo: Kristi Reed) Stewards of Little Free Libraries can register their library’s...
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Today’s Problems Call for Reviving Charity—and El...
In his 1889 article "Gospel of Wealth," before
instructed his peers on the proper means of disposing of a personal fortune, he first demonstrated the folly of alternative approaches....
Read more at The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Researchers Want To Send Us To The Moon Using Rob...
A researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, Daniel Shafir, and his team want to do something incredible: they want to send a rover to the moon and then let us, the Earthlings, control it and look out...
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Carnegie Mellon University
The Myth of Africa's Leadership Deficit (part II
As promised in my previous piece on Africa's leadership deficit, I will discuss how the great powers of the world as we know them today were built. First off, a quick look at the developed western...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
New York City
The richest person in the world explains why ineq...
The richest person in the world explains why inequality matters A 700-page treatise on economics translated from French is not exactly a light summer read—even for someone with an admittedly high...
Read more at Quartz
Schaumburg father, son honored for heroics 16 yea...
Even among a highly distinguished group of lifesaving heroes, Schaumburg father and son Tom and Tyler Fredrickson are a rarity. Tyler, 15, recently learned that he and three friends from Schaumburg...
Read more at Daily Herald
Morris Graves throws 110th birthday bash for Carn...
The public is invited to help celebrate the 110th birthday of Eureka's Carnegie Free Library — which now houses the Morris Graves Museum of Art — at the museum from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. The...
Read more at Eureka Times-Standard
Technology improvements planned for historic Sout...
building, which is home to the Grand Avenue Branch Library, is set for several upgrades. Community input on the changes is being sought. A nearly century-old library...
Read more at The San Francisco Examiner
South San Francisco
From ancient castles to mega-yachts: what history...
In 1774, one of Britain’s wealthiest traders was summoned to parliament to account for profligacy and corruption. Frustrated by the MPs’ persistent questioning, he told them: “I walked through vaults...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
Legacy Girls set for Music@The Carnegie
The tight, three-part harmonies of the Andrews Sisters will rise to the vaulted ceiling of the Kewanee Public Library when the Friends of the Library feature The Legacy Girls in their annual Music@The...
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