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AllAfrica.com
Oshiomhole Defends Buhari's AppointmentsBenin — Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole yesterday commended President Muham
Oshiomhole Defends Buhari's Appointments
AllAfrica.com / Posted 37 minutes ago
Benin — Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole yesterday commended President Muhammadu Buhari over the recent appointments of his Chief of Staff, Secretary to the Government of the Federation [SGF], Comptroller General of Customs and Presidential... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Blacks Must Grow Own Tomatoes - 'Rugby Politician'Blacks must grow their own tomatoes and stop being a burden on the white taxpay
Blacks Must Grow Own Tomatoes - 'Rugby Politician'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 38 minutes ago
Blacks must grow their own tomatoes and stop being a burden on the white taxpayer base. "It's time black people [started] to do things on their own, feed themselves, produce their own toilet rolls, their own bread, grow their own tomatoes." This is... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
SPAR boss: ‘Our strategy is whatever money you make, pump it back into the business... and it’s paying dividends’ Paddy Doody of SPAR owner Henderson Group tells Margaret Canning about its re
SPAR boss: ‘Our strategy is whatever money you make, pump it back into the business... and it’s paying dividends’
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 46 minutes ago
Paddy Doody of SPAR owner Henderson Group tells Margaret Canning about its reinvestment strategy and why he’ll never regret spending 18... Read more
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Londonist
Oysters: Not Just For TravellingHeroes on a half shell. Photo: Decatur London. September marks the beginning o
Oysters: Not Just For Travelling
Londonist / Posted an hour ago
Heroes on a half shell. Photo: Decatur London. September marks the beginning of our native oyster season; from April to August they’re spawning, which basically means they’re no good to eat. As soon as there’s an R in the month however, it’s time to... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Steven Joseph DeStefanoAug. 28, 2015 , 27, of Blakeslee died Friday at home after a brief illness bec
Steven Joseph DeStefano
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted an hour ago
Aug. 28, 2015 , 27, of Blakeslee died Friday at home after a brief illness because, as he said quite often, “it’s always something.” Born in Philadelphia and raised in Hazleton, Steven was the son of Mary DeStefano-Molino,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Baking craze helps family firm rise from humble start to a £14m business Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell is pictured with Tim
Baking craze helps family firm rise from humble start to a £14m business
Belfast Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell is pictured with Tim and Mairead Andrew from Andrew Ingredients during their anniversary When Tim Andrew's father,... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Elks volunteer at Bread & BrothTo the community, The volunteers at Bread & Broth would like to thank the Taho
Elks volunteer at Bread & Broth
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 2 hours ago
To the community, The volunteers at Bread & Broth would like to thank the Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge No. 2670 for sponsoring their third Adopt A Day of Nourishment this year on Aug. 17. One of B&B’s most ardent supporters, the Elks Lodge has been... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Buhari's Appointment Based On Merit - OshiomholeBy Simon Ebegbulem and Chris Ochayi Abuja — Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo S
Buhari's Appointment Based On Merit - Oshiomhole
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
By Simon Ebegbulem and Chris Ochayi Abuja — Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has urged Nigerians to encourage the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to confront the problems militating against the nation by appointing persons based... Read more
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Daily Mail
Uber driver's hilarious online diary revealedSobbing women, screaming toddlers and failed Tinder romances: Uber driver's hil
Uber driver's hilarious online diary revealed
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Sobbing women, screaming toddlers and failed Tinder romances: Uber driver's hilarious diary reveals what it's really like to work for the ride-sharing app Diary Of An Uber Driver reveals a man's encounters with passengers Details experiences he's... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Sept. 1 CalendarBring Calendar information to 30 E. First Ave., email it to calendar@the-dispat
Sept. 1 Calendar
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 2 hours ago
Bring Calendar information to 30 E. First Ave., email it to calendar@the-dispatch.com, or mail it to The Calendar, The Dispatch, P.O. Box 908, Lexington, 27293 so it arrives one week prior to its publication date. Call Jill Doss-Raines at 249-3981,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Press Corps Accident Calls for Thorough Enquiry - Mahama Put Your Foot Down!President John Dramani Mahama is a good friend. As a person, he is one of the n
Press Corps Accident Calls for Thorough Enquiry - Mahama Put Your Foot Down!
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
President John Dramani Mahama is a good friend. As a person, he is one of the nicest fellows any human being could encounter anywhere in the universe. He is affable and approachable. As the first communications scholar to assume the constitutional... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bicycle season’s more cyclical for some of usNothing like a Dane, bike season pulls up short MATERIAL GIRL: JODIE BRUTON L
Bicycle season’s more cyclical for some of us
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Nothing like a Dane, bike season pulls up short MATERIAL GIRL: JODIE BRUTON Last year I got back in the saddle for the first time in 25 years. I'm speaking push bike here, not the pony express. In late summer my family took up Sunday bike rides... Read more
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Boston Herald
Zdeno Chara set to bounce backWILMINGTON — The heat outside might have been oppressive, but the first signs t
Zdeno Chara set to bounce back
Boston Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
WILMINGTON — The heat outside might have been oppressive, but the first signs that hockey season is around the corner were on display yesterday at Ristuccia Arena, where the first informal Bruins captain’s practice was held. A handful of old... Read more
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WA Today
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in ViennaVienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the eco
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in Vienna
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
Vienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the economic desperation in some African nations, were welcomed to Austria with a round of applause from hundreds of locals, and a banner reading: "Refugees Welcome – Open... Read more
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Canberra Times
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in ViennaVienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the eco
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in Vienna
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Vienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the economic desperation in some African nations, were welcomed to Austria with a round of applause from hundreds of locals, and a banner reading: "Refugees Welcome – Open... Read more
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The Gadsden Times
Second Noccalula Falls Powwow set for this weekendThe event is presented by the Turtle Island Native American Association. Event
Second Noccalula Falls Powwow set for this weekend
The Gadsden Times / Posted 4 hours ago
The event is presented by the Turtle Island Native American Association. Event coordinator Lowrey Hesse said last year’s inaugural event was a success. “Powwows were originally held as a meeting place to introduce you to people in other clans,”... Read more
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iol.co.za
‘I never meant to be a hotelier’BLOOMBERG NEWSA truck on the farm that supplies much of the Palazzo Margheritas
‘I never meant to be a hotelier’
iol.co.za / Posted 4 hours ago
BLOOMBERG NEWSA truck on the farm that supplies much of the Palazzo Margheritas produce, cheeses and grains. Menus at the hotel reflect the regions famous pastas, breads, and pizzas. Bloomberg News photo by Colleen Clark Rome - It could be anytime... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in ViennaVienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the eco
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in Vienna
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Vienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the economic desperation in some African nations, were welcomed to Austria with a round of applause from hundreds of locals, and a banner reading: "Refugees Welcome – Open... Read more
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The Age
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in ViennaVienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the eco
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in Vienna
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Vienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the economic desperation in some African nations, were welcomed to Austria with a round of applause from hundreds of locals, and a banner reading: "Refugees Welcome – Open... Read more
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MLive.com
Ann Arbor 12 year old sails through second round of 'Raechel Ray's Kids Cook Off'Ann Arbor's Chris Ekpiken, an 8th grade student at Ypsilanti's South Arbor Char
Ann Arbor 12 year old sails through second round of 'Raechel Ray's Kids Cook Off'
MLive.com / Posted 4 hours ago
Ann Arbor's Chris Ekpiken, an 8th grade student at Ypsilanti's South Arbor Charter Academy, earned high marks again on the Food Network's cooking competition show "Rachael Ray's Kids Cook Off" on Monday night. After winning the first of two... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in ViennaVienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the eco
Weary refugees greeted with applause, food and water in Vienna
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Vienna: Weary migrants fleeing from the conflict in Syria and Libya, or the economic desperation in some African nations, were welcomed to Austria with a round of applause from hundreds of locals, and a banner reading: "Refugees Welcome – Open... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Storms pass, but memories surviveA father lifted his three young sons by the straps of their overalls. A family
Storms pass, but memories survive
Key West Citizen / Posted 5 hours ago
A father lifted his three young sons by the straps of their overalls. A family shared a can of tomato soup that had been washed from a shelf. A young woman floated on a mattress in what had been her front yard. And Holsum bread fell from the... Read more
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Salem News
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIESSALEM-The Ohio House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee will hold a he
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Salem News / Posted 5 hours ago
SALEM-The Ohio House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee will hold a hearing in Salem focusing on rural development at 1 p.m. today at Kent State University, Salem Branch. The hearing will include state Rep. Tim Ginter, Chairman Brian Hill,... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Tools of the culinary trade can be improvisedWe all have our own ways of doing things. Some do them efficiently by an innate
Tools of the culinary trade can be improvised
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 5 hours ago
We all have our own ways of doing things. Some do them efficiently by an innate knack; some fumble and bumble but learn from their missteps. Both groups can profit though from the power of observation and the ability to connect cause and... Read more
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New England Sports Network
Bruins Notes: Matt Beleskey, Zac Rinaldo Among Nine Skaters At Informal PracticeThe Boston Bruins were back on the ice Monday. Bruins captain Zdeno Chara held
Bruins Notes: Matt Beleskey, Zac Rinaldo Among Nine Skaters At Informal Practice
New England Sports Network / Posted 5 hours ago
The Boston Bruins were back on the ice Monday. Bruins captain Zdeno Chara held his first “captain’s practice” of the fall, and was joined by eight other members of the team. Here’s the full list of players who attended Monday’s optional... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
TIGS goes back to medieval timesPeasants and noblemen clashed swords before feasting at a communal banquet as p
TIGS goes back to medieval times
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
Peasants and noblemen clashed swords before feasting at a communal banquet as part of The Illawarra Grammar School's Medieval Day on Monday. TIGS student Lucy Cross cuts an imposing figure. Picture: ADAM McLEAN Peasants and noblemen clashed swords... Read more
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Investopedia
Why Gluten Free Is Big BusinessDepending on who you talk to, going gluten free is either a vital step to prese
Why Gluten Free Is Big Business
Investopedia / Posted 6 hours ago
Depending on who you talk to, going gluten free is either a vital step to preserving your health or just the latest diet fad. Gluten, a composite of proteins found in grains like wheat, barley and rye, is what gives bread a chewy quality. And food... Read more
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Spot.ph
10 Places to Enjoy Great Eggs for Breakfast, Brunch, or Any Time of Day(SPOT.ph) There is a place in Antipolo that's causing quite a stir in people's
10 Places to Enjoy Great Eggs for Breakfast, Brunch, or Any Time of Day
Spot.ph / Posted 8 hours ago
(SPOT.ph) There is a place in Antipolo that's causing quite a stir in people's palates. It's called Eggs for Breakfast, and though it covers a wide scope of breakfast traditions, it's their work with eggs that has really caught the Instagram pages of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Five celebrities Bear Grylls has put to the ultimate testFive celebrities Bear Grylls has put to the ultimate wilderness test US presid
Five celebrities Bear Grylls has put to the ultimate test
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
Five celebrities Bear Grylls has put to the ultimate wilderness test US president Barack Obama will soon follow in the footsteps of a string of celebrities who have headed off on wilderness expeditions with tough, "I'll-do-anything" adventurer Bear... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dangerous toxin on rise in baby foodsA cancer-causing toxin has been found at uncomfortable levels in common foods s
Dangerous toxin on rise in baby foods
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
A cancer-causing toxin has been found at uncomfortable levels in common foods such as bread, baby food and fried potatoes. A major study by the European Union found that the intake of acrylamide, a chemical already classified as being of very high... Read more
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KATU Portland
This story stinks – like an overturned truck full of garlicHOPEWELL, Ore. – A truck’s trailer carrying large wooden crates of garlic overt
This story stinks – like an overturned truck full of garlic
KATU Portland / Posted 9 hours ago
HOPEWELL, Ore. – A truck’s trailer carrying large wooden crates of garlic overturned Monday afternoon in this small town about five miles southeast of McMinnville. A Yamhill County dispatcher told KATU the trucked tipped on Hopewell Road next to the... Read more
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Daily Herald
Former Des Plaines resident knew how to turn cookies into profitA former Des Plaines resident who helped expand Salerno cookies across the coun
Former Des Plaines resident knew how to turn cookies into profit
Daily Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
A former Des Plaines resident who helped expand Salerno cookies across the country -- and into the Girl Scouts' product line -- and later led the Maurice Lenell cookie company has died. Donald Amfahr passed away Aug. 15 in Florida, where he had... Read more
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran dealPresident Barack Obama is traveling on a three-day trip to Alaska aimed at show
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran deal
Honolulu Star-Advertiser / Posted 9 hours ago
President Barack Obama is traveling on a three-day trip to Alaska aimed at showing solidarity with a state often overlooked by Washington, while using its glorious but changing landscape as an urgent call to action on climate change. WASHINGTON >>... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran dealWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said people who attack Jews who suppor
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran deal
New Jersey Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said people who attack Jews who support the Iran nuclear deal are like African-Americans who differ with him on policy and then conclude he's "not black enough." Obama, in an interview with the Jewish... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Purdue's Johnny Hill loves the Boilers' 'hunger'WEST LAFAYETTE -- Johnny Hill didn't find love at first Purdue sight. But it w
Purdue's Johnny Hill loves the Boilers' 'hunger'
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Johnny Hill didn't find love at first Purdue sight. But it was close to ensure the Boilers got their man. “When I came here for my visit,” the transfer point guard says, “I knew this was the school for me.” “It was seeing the... Read more
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Anderson Independent-Mail
Supplies running low for area food charitiesSupplies are running low at two charities that provide food to needy Anderson C
Supplies running low for area food charities
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
Supplies are running low at two charities that provide food to needy Anderson County residents. A recent lack of donations has left the cupboards bare at From God to You, a ministry that delivers food to 13 Anderson County churches. “There is just... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Making a grilled rueben with fresh sauerkrautHACC Culinary Arts student Stephanie Freedman stopped by the Fox43 Kitchen toda
Making a grilled rueben with fresh sauerkraut
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 11 hours ago
HACC Culinary Arts student Stephanie Freedman stopped by the Fox43 Kitchen today to show off several easy recipes to make at home. Those recipes include a grilled rueben with fresh sauerkraut, quick pickles, coleslaw and homemade sweet potato... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran dealWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said people who attack Jews who suppor
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran deal
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 11 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said people who attack Jews who support the Iran nuclear deal are like African-Americans who differ with him on policy and then conclude he's "not black enough." Obama, in an interview with the Jewish... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Ina KittiIna was born on March 18, 1915, to Aino Gustava Maliniemi Kangas and Christian
Ina Kitti
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
Ina was born on March 18, 1915, to Aino Gustava Maliniemi Kangas and Christian Kangas in Hibbing, Minnesota. Being the daughter of Finnish immigrants, she was raised in Rockland, Maine, the eldest of five sisters and brothers. After graduating from... Read more
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Best of New Orleans Gambit
The NOLA Project’s Marie AntoinetteIn late spring, Cecile Monteyne carted around a biography of Marie Antoinette w
The NOLA Project’s Marie Antoinette
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 12 hours ago
In late spring, Cecile Monteyne carted around a biography of Marie Antoinette while on her honeymoon in France, and says she couldn't help but notice that the notorious queen still has appeal. "You'd see books like Have Tea With Marie, and cookbooks... Read more
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Best of New Orleans Gambit
PrimitivoAt , the new Central City restaurant from Adolfo Garcia, almost everything tast
Primitivo
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 12 hours ago
At , the new Central City restaurant from Adolfo Garcia, almost everything tastes like it was kissed by fire. A spacious dining room and bar area outfitted with distressed wood and rustic accents provides ample seating inside the cavernous... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran dealWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said people who attack Jews who suppor
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran deal
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said people who attack Jews who support the Iran nuclear deal are like African-Americans who differ with him on policy and then conclude he's "not black enough." Obama, in an interview with the Jewish... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester United slammed over mouse infestation at Old TraffordMice have even previously been spotted scurrying across the hallowed turf at th
Manchester United slammed over mouse infestation at Old Trafford
Manchester Evening News / Posted 12 hours ago
Mice have even previously been spotted scurrying across the hallowed turf at the Theatre of Dreams. But in a new report, hygiene inspectors from Trafford Council found the club was ‘failing to implement’ proper measures to control pests within its... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Sports shortsLADD — The St. Bede football team will have a kickoff party from 4:30 to 7:30 p
Sports shorts
Bureau County Republican / Posted 12 hours ago
LADD — The St. Bede football team will have a kickoff party from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, at Rip’s Tavern at 311 N. Main St. in Ladd. It will be the week of the first home game, and it will give St. Bede supporters a chance to meet �new... Read more
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Boston Herald
Healthy Zdeno Chara leads Bruins onto the iceWILMINGTON — The heat outside may have been brutally oppressive, but the first
Healthy Zdeno Chara leads Bruins onto the ice
Boston Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
WILMINGTON — The heat outside may have been brutally oppressive, but the first signs that hockey season is just around the corner were on display at Ristuccia Arena today as the first informal Bruins captain's practice was held. A handful of old... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
As students head to school, here are some tips on what to eat – and avoid – to minimize stressMy teenage daughter is anxious about returning to school. Can certain foods cau
As students head to school, here are some tips on what to eat – and avoid – to minimize stress
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
My teenage daughter is anxious about returning to school. Can certain foods cause anxiety and others calm you down? After a stress-free summer, heading back to the classroom – or the office – can create feelings of anxiety in many of us. And your... Read more
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thebee
Bears Trapped As Zoo Animals Die In Russia FloodA flood has swept through a private zoo in Russia, killing several animals and
Bears Trapped As Zoo Animals Die In Russia Flood
thebee / Posted 13 hours ago
A flood has swept through a private zoo in Russia, killing several animals and trapping 14 brown bears and a lion. Animals including a wolf, a lynx and the city’s favourite female bear Masyanya, drowned in their cages on Sunday after a river in the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Gaby Roslin: I think my dad's poor diet led to bowel cancerGaby Roslin knows better than anyone that we are what we eat. The TV presenter
Gaby Roslin: I think my dad's poor diet led to bowel cancer
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 hours ago
Gaby Roslin knows better than anyone that we are what we eat. The TV presenter suffered debilitating symptoms before she discovered she had a wheat allergy, but before that, her father, radio presenter Clive Roslin, was diagnosed with bowel cancer,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'SQUEAKY bum time' as Manchester United warned over pest control at Old TraffordManchester United bosses have been slammed by food hygiene inspectors by failin
'SQUEAKY bum time' as Manchester United warned over pest control at Old Trafford
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 hours ago
Manchester United bosses have been slammed by food hygiene inspectors by failing to get to grips with mice infestations at Old Trafford. A food hygiene report obtained by the Mirror shows inspectors have accused the club of failing to take measures... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Tasting tours delve into olive oilYou're sitting in an olive oil tasting room, just a few hundred yards from wher
Tasting tours delve into olive oil
Oakland Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
You're sitting in an olive oil tasting room, just a few hundred yards from where the liquid gold was grown and even closer to where it was milled. The moment the oil hits your palate, velvety smooth and pungent with a peppery finish, is an awakening.... Read more
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