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Billy Joel, Thirty-Three Hit Wonder
Joel hasn’t released an album of new pop material since 1993. “I look back at the guy who was the recording artist, this Billy Joel guy, and I think, Who the fuck was that guy?”Credit Photograph by...
Read more at The New Yorker
Music is a mean mistress for Mike Nock and his trio, he tells Dunedin jazz pianist
. A couple of weeks ago on a Saturday night, music lovers gathered around tables under mood lighting to...
Read more at Otago Daily Times
KINGSTON BOWLING: Tim Beaver, DJ Quesnell fire 30...
KINGSTON >> Tim Beaver rolled perfect games in both the CAA and Ebonite Classic leagues, and D.J. Quesnell had a 300 in Our League recently at Kingston Lanes. Beaver finished with 792 in CAA and 739...
Read more at Kingston Daily Freeman
Local indie film company premieres latest ‘Requie...
Audiences have a choice: wait for the weekly broadcast premieres of “Requiems” on YouTube, or attend the big screen premiere of the first three episodes Friday at Theatre Baton Rouge. WHAT: The world...
Read more at The Advocate
Primitive microbes stole bacterial genes on a sur...
A University of Otago researcher is part of an international team that has discovered that horizontal gene transfer (HGT) played a surprisingly large role in the evolution of primitive microbes known...
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Light sprinkles to move through the Bay Area
On the heels of red-flag warnings and record heat, a major pattern shift has arrived bringing with it fall like weather. Parts of the North Bay are already seeing light sprinkles Tuesday night and...
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North Devon Journal editor to lead Sunday newspap...
A weekly editor has been seconded from her paper to drive forward a recently-launched Sunday sister title. Bosses say the move is designed to ready the paper for its next marketing push. The Sunday...
Read more at holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Diverse voices make submissions on tertiary dereg...
Deconstruction: Critics say fee deregulation will damage seats of learning. Photo: Rocco Fazzari We know that the Group of Eight universities favour the deregulation of fees. We also know that...
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Lowell saving $9.5M on energy
LOWELL -- City residents and business owners will save a combined $9.5 million on their energy bills in the next six months thanks to a program that combines all buildings and homes across the city...
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Minnedosa sportsplex fate in voters' hands
While it’s not the only municipal issue, voters in Minnedosa are effectively casting a vote on the future of the community’s sportsplex come election day. During the past four years, council has...
Read more at Brandon Sun
Q&A with THCC President Richard Peterson
When Richard Peterson flew to Milwaukee on Wednesday for the Native American Indian Progress in Business Awards Gala, he wished he could have take his village with him. The President of Central...
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Wetherbee helps keeps MSU organized
STARKVILLE -- Scott Wetherbee arrived at Mississippi State University to take over at the school's senior associate director of athletics for external affairs, and with the Bulldogs' football team off...
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Big day for Bill! Special guest delivers live bir...
It’s a big day for our
; he’s celebrating his birthday! Bill had no idea what we had planned for him. During FOX 8 News at 5 p.m., Andre rolled in a cake and there was a very special...
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Old Time Notes From The Beacon
... Years Ago Oct. 5, 1889 • The new Caspar mill is fast approaching completion. One band saw is already up and in place, and did some sawing, we are told this week; and the other will be put in...
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Activists Threaten to Sue Over Sewage Spills
Two environmental groups are threatening to sue a Chester County township over multiple sewer line breaks near Valley Forge National Historical Park that polluted a prized trout stream. A major...
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What's missing at Michigan? A philosophy, an atti...
The energy and attendance are down at the Big House as foes leave with wins. (Getty) I miss the old Michigan. I miss what it stood for. I miss Lloyd Carr's banal press conferences. I miss Bo's iron...
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Youngsters enjoy story time at Dover library
Kathy Kline of Manchester Township holds her grandson, Koltyn Senft, 2, as he uses egg shakers during story time at the library, His favorite books are those with animals and trucks, according to...
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Kingston Bowling: Dan Lowe leads Marbletown Legio...
KINGSTON >> Dan Lowe rolled a 769 series to lead the Marbletown Legion Mixed bowling league at Kingston Lanes. Lowe had games of 269, 276 and 224. In the same session, Bill Donohue had a 715, Rick...
Read more at Kingston Daily Freeman
Column: Michigan’s problems go deeper than Hoke
Brady Hoke certainly deserves blame for this mess at the University of Michigan but he doesn’t deserve to be fired in the middle of the season. In fact, I am convinced that two other men are far more...
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Mark ‘Chopper’ Read wanted to be a famous crimina...
Mark Pepper was not a successful criminal. Not even mildly. He never earned the respect of fellow villains and certainly did nothing in his real life that would have earned him the moniker...
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