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EBR police and fire briefs for Aug. 22, 2014
Department spokesman. The fire was contained to the kitchen, though fire spread briefly to the attic above. The rest of the home was damaged by the smoke, Miles said. The home’s estimated value...
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Baton Rouge Police
Could Chinese millionaire be reason for real esta...
... service. When he was a boy, Horiike’s four-member family lived in a 200-square-foot attic in Shanghai, where his father worked as a book editor and film critic. The family couldn’t...
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Orange County Register
California Supreme Court
National Association of Realtors
Lightning ignites attic of Drake Landing home
... two received no damage, but the Drake Landing home received extensive damage including an attic fire. Owner Chuck Shields wasn�t home at the time, but his 19-year-old son Spencer was....
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More compassionate economics, anyone?
... former maid, whose story appears in a magazine, caught my attention. She lives in a tiny attic room, which is all she can afford, given her minuscule pension. The irony is that her room is...
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An Inspector Calls
Photography from Poland, WWII Memories at Schaefe...
... by Gurdowa between 1921-37, and printed from a collection of glass photo plates found in an attic. The haunting images enable the viewer to ponder the mystery of these portraits, as well as...
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Maui Arts & Cultural Center
University of Hawai'i
Evoe closing; pedestrian killed on Division; Germ...
... of room and a very large garden pond.") Firefighters battled a blaze in a Mt. Scott-Arleta attic Monday afternoon. John Killen reports there were no injuries and no damage estimate is...
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Drunk online shopping regrets: clarinets, elephan...
... for me infrequently, their contents for the most part boringly apparent: books, CDs, spare phone chargers, that sort of thing. This one didn’t have any of the usual telltale...
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Back to the Future
Back to the Future III
13 things to do today, Aug. 19, in Boulder County
... into beneficial soil carbon—and potentially reverse global warming, 7:30 p.m., Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder, $5; 303-447-2074. COMMUNITY Code for Boulder Hack Night Code...
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Boulder Book Store
One Saturday Morning
... in the daylight it glowed weakly and inhospitably. She was working through the exercises in a book called “A Dozen a Day.” The twelfth and last exercise in each section was “Fit as a Fiddle and...
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Podcast: Shopper choices, resume lies « Bankrate,...
... to what that story is, and if there is a negative part, you know, just like a movie or a book, there is a part that is more challenging, how you portray that is very important. Jennifer...
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Why do they call an umbrella a 'bumbershoot'? And...
... leading to this rare written example by L. Frank Baum ("The Wizard of Oz") in his 1912 book "Sky Island": "This umbrella has been in our family years, an' years, an' years. But it was...
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Portrait of a self-published author: Drac Von Sto...
... the new releases on Audible.com last year. Suddenly, the list had filled up with audiobooks bearing lurid titles like “Cannibal Lake,” “The Night It Rained Hell” and “Nazi Zombies,” all...
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The dark side of Jane Austen
Austen's least-loved novel, Mansfield Park, published 200 years ago. Why it's her most unpopular book remains a source of mystery to me. It's her sexiest one, without doubt. I was 14 years old,...
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The way we eat now
... us have moved far beyond that now, as Sarah Boseley and Nina Teicholz acknowledge in two new books. Health editor of the Guardian, Boseley’s The Shape We’re In: How Junk Food and Diets are...
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Map Thief's Misadventures Chronicled In New Book
... anything was missing. Smiley's misadventures are chronicled in Michael Blanding's new book, "The Map Thief: The Gripping Story of an Esteemed Rare-Map Dealer Who Made Millions Stealing...
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Free stuff to do this week
Night: 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, The Basement, 68 E. Pine St., Orlando, free, 407-250-4840, facebook.com/TheBasementOrlando. Open Mike Comedy Night: 8:30 p.m. Monday, The Other Bar, 18 Wall St.,...
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The Reporter tours Plum Island
... It’s that same public relations officer who will sell you shirts, caps and even cookbooks he said aren’t filled with recipes on how to prepare possum, a joke, we assume, about animal...
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It needn’t be Paris: Here’s how to find simple be...
... a creative calm that wouldn’t seem out of place in a medieval aristocrat’s finely detailed book of hours. I look around me on the snowbound street, and other unlikely aesthetes are...
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The Secret That Became My Life
I could take it, and I still loved him. Dick had risen high in his field, and I was running Basic Books, a behavioral- and social-sciences publisher. We always went to the annual American...
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Yale University Press
American Psychiatric Association
This Dog Is Now Mayor Of A Village
... became an internet hit, winning more than 65,000 "friends" on social networking website Facebook. The "Mirai", which means 'future' in Japanese, measures 17.79 inches from the ground to...
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