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Leymah Gbowee Speaks at UCI TONIGHT
The Liberian "will also share her insights about the vital role that ordinary citizens can play in transforming violence to peace," according to a statement from the university, which is co-sponsoring...
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Proof We All Do Crazy Sh*t To Get Over Our Breaku...
New Jersey-born Dorothy Parker (née Rothschild) is remembered for her irreverent witticisms, not her two divorces. She joined Vanity Fair as a staff writer in 1917, the same year she wed stockbroker...
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American Azita Raji Named U.S. Envoy To Sweden
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama has nominated Indian-American investment banker and philanthropist Azita Raji to the coveted diplomatic post of U.S. ambassador to Sweden. Raji, a top bundler for...
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Obama names Indian-American as ambassador to Swed...
President Barack Obama has nominated Indian-American investment banker and philanthropist Azita Raji to the coveted diplomatic post of US ambassador to Sweden. Raji, a top bundler for Obama who...
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Two New Physicians Join Mount Kisco Medical Group
MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Mount Kisco Medical Group (MKMG) announced two new physicians have joined its medical team. Dr. Phillip P. Goodwin, specializing in internal medicine, received his medical degree...
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Crime and Punishment: Justice for All? Criminal Justice System as Focus of October Seminar “Crime and Punishment: Justice for All?” will be presented on Wednesday, October 22nd, from 9:00 a.m. to...
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... 16, 2014) If laughter truly is the best medicine, the late Joan Rivers and Robin Williams were two of the greatest prescribers of all time. Both were champions of comedy with Williams’ eccentric...
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Russia sanctions, double-edged sword
Sanctions against Russia are undoubtedly having a negative effect on the Russian economy and on the political climate in the country. But they are also negatively affecting both the U.S. and the...
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Political scientist lectures on Putin's foreign p...
Political scientist Kimberly Marten presented a lecture titled "Is Another Cold War Inevitable? Observations on Vladimir Putin's Foreign Policy" Thursday evening at Lafayette College's Colton...
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Helen C. Morrow, 90
Helen C. Morrow of Westport died Oct. 6. She was 90. Born Jan. 9, 1924, she was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y and graduated from
with high honors. She and her husband Jack recently...
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Cause of Joan Rivers death released
NEW YORK CITY — New York City Medical Examiner’s Office reports Joan Rivers died from a, ‘ therapeutic complication,’ and was sedated using propofol. An autopsy report states, “anoxic encephalopathy...
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Fired Lake Animal Services director fires back, p...
The lawyer of Jacquelyn Johnston, fired just nine days after she was hired as the Lake County Sheriff's Office Animal Services director, has filed a letter to the agency requesting "a meeting to...
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Ten Baylor Students Take Service, Leadership Trip...
Ten Baylor students, all leaders in the school’s community service program, left for New York City early Monday morning for a week of training, collaboration, and service. The service trip has...
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Teen Girls Learn to Create Assisted Living Websit...
Photo:Teen entrepreneurs, from left, Inés de Lestapis, Molly Leifer, Sofia Remez are shown making their “pitch” to a panel of venture capitalists during last summer’s Entrepreneurs in Training camp....
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People & Places
Longtime Fairfax County community and civic leader Jean Packard was on hand for the Sept. 27 groundbreaking at Occoquan Regional Park for a facility named in her honor. The Jean R. Packard Occoquan...
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Tails of Marin: Super sniffers serve dogs, and pe...
I often say that there is no greater treat for my dog Digby than when he gets to stick his nose out of the car window while I drive. It's like a smorgasbord of smells. We all know that dogs have a...
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Spider-sense? Humans have it
... Today) - What's the dim figure lurking in the corner? Yikes, a spider! A new study suggests that humans have a special spider-sense that makes us exquisitely attuned to the crawling critters,...
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Kelly: 1996 suicide bombing in Israel leaves trai...
She just wanted to spend some time with her boyfriend. And so, on a Sunday morning in February 1996, Sara Duker of Teaneck stepped onto a commuter bus in downtown Jerusalem on the first leg of a...
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Lena Dunham launches tour for book of adult essays
... is not an appropriate place for babies," she said Tuesday night as she launched the tour for one of the season's most anticipated books, "Not That Kind of Girl," a collection of adults-only,...
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Orthodox shul in Berkeley hires female clergy mem...
The first maharat has been hired in the Bay Area. Victoria Sutton, 36, is now serving as a religious leader at Congregation Beth Israel, a Modern Orthodox synagogue in Berkeley. A Hebrew acronym for...
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