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Cook: Her bucket list isn't to see the world befo...
The doctor was supposed to bring her good news. After all, she'd gone through chemo. Spent all those nights in the oncology ward. Her neuroblastoma? It should have tucked its tail and run. But in...
Read more at Chattanooga Times Free Press
Searching for Sasquatch in creepy "Willow Creek"
Just when you thought the found-footage gimmick had finally been pounded into eternal irrelevance by the half-dozen Paranormal Activity sequels, which were inspired by countless horror films riffing...
Read more at Crosscut
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Wilderness trails are in new manager's hands
Alan Kaufmann's entire career has been spent outdoors. So when the Laguna Canyon Foundation opened up a new position to manage and restore wilderness trails, he didn't hesitate to apply. "My career...
Read more at Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot
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Northern Arizona University
La Grange Park resident finds adventure in Alaska...
For one La Grange Park resident, this classroom atmosphere wasn’t just a far off fantasy, but rather his reality for 28 days. Frank McMahon, 21, recently spent four weeks on an expedition,...
Read more at Countryside Suburban Life
Meet the woman making macrame cool again: Denisse...
MACRAME is making a surprising return to the runways thanks to one emerging designer’s intricate creations. Denisse Marianela Vera, 24, has been crafting exquisite macrame-inspired pieces for her...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
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University of Technology Sydney
University of Technology Sydney
Millennials like bikes and walking more than cars
Christina Cook often rides her bike from her home near downtown Orlando to day care, where she drops off her young son. She prefers the bike to the family car, a 2003 Camry with almost 200,000 miles...
Read more at Orlando Sentinel
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Wayne Roger Gorsuch
Wayne Roger Gorsuch of Dunsmuir, California passed away October 23, 2014 at Shasta Regional Medical Center surrounded by his loving family. Wayne was 74 years young. Wayne was born in Santa Ana...
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Backpacking two-old has visited 40 states and 'hi...
The toddler who walked 300 miles before he was two!
child who has visited 40 states on his hiking odyssey Bodhi Bennett, 2, takes part in hikes and rock climbing trips with his...
Read more at Daily Mail
Former D-58 teacher publishes book with profits b...
Retired since 2013, Williams has not sat idly on a beach, sipping a cool beverage. In addition to marathon running and daily bicycle rides, he recently published “High Altitude Paradise,” culminating...
Read more at Downers Grove Reporter Progress
Skyline senior attains Eagle honor with Scout tro...
Skyline senior attains Eagle honor with Scout troop Most boys who enter the world of Scouting will make a lot of fond memories and learn many valuable lessons, but fewer than one in 10 will...
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Chinese backpacker, 19, offers sex to different m...
Chinese student, 19, sparks outrage by offering sex to different man in each city on her
trip to pay her travel costs Ju Peng, from Shanghai, posted online ad looking for 'temporary...
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The 13 Most Homoerotic Horror Movies Of All Time:...
Halloween is the perfect time of year to watch a horror movie. And if you can find a little gay subtext in your slasher flick, so much the better. Below, we hack through our 13 favorite homoerotic...
Read more at New Now Next
Start with a big idea
Mark Lilley had piled on the pounds working long hours in the City, and his wife Lindsay was also disillusioned with work. They decided to go
. “We put our stuff in storage and hit the...
Read more at Evening Standard
Wilderness education: Teaching youth to observe a...
Wilderness education: Teaching youth to observe and lead What schoolboy would not jump for joy to read the following words of British poet William Wordsworth from his poem, “The Tables Turned”? “Up,...
Read more at Cherokee Tribune
Aussie pollies get starring roles
Australian politicians Tony Abbott, Joe Hockey, Clive Palmer and Jacqui Lambie star in movies and TV shows courtesy of Huw Parkinson She ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost ... Jacqui Lambie in Ghostbusters....
Read more at News.com.au
The adventure of a lifetime
Brad Porter wears a bracelet that has the words “carpe diem” inscribed on the inside. The inscription means “seize the day.” The bracelet was given to him by wife Krista on their wedding day. It’s a...
Read more at Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Five teams poised to make a big leap forward this...
Last year it was the Phoenix Suns — they made a huge leap forward, one few saw coming (they were considered a tanking team before the season). Credit Jeff Hornacek for putting together a system that...
Read more at NBC Sports: ProBasketballTalk
Facebook New 'Rooms' App Aims To Brings Back The ...
In a major move away from its traditional insistence on members using their real names, Facebook has introduced the Rooms app which allows or even encourages the use of pseudonyms. The whole concept...
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It’s a green back for a reason!!
Short of China converting to a democracy tomorrow and the European Union becoming the giant that every
teenager wished it could be, the US will remain the currency of choice for Oil, gold,...
Read more at Zero Hedge
8 places to experience fall at Five Rivers MetroP...
Perhaps the best place to experience fall foliage is from your own two feet. Fall’s cooler temps and color make this perhaps the best time of year to get out and explore the 75-plus miles of hiking...
Read more at Dayton Daily News
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