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Raucous cries of a canvas
Artist RohiniMani’s work attempts to challenge the notion that dark is undesirable. Perched on the railing of the balcony of a quaint little house, a crow cawed continuously. Its raucous cries seemed...
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The apostolic visitation report was laudatory, bu...
Well, I'll admit it, the Vatican's apostolic visitation report has been on my mind. For over two years, my community's leadership diverted precious time, energy and resources away from sorely needed...
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National Catholic Reporter
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ISIS Executes 150 Women and Girls, Some Pregnant,...
Women and children from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, walk to a refugee camp after they re-entered Iraq from Syria at the Iraqi-Syrian border crossing in...
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The Christian Post
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Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights
Iraq's Ministry of Human Rights
The Long, Strange History of Christmas Carols
What to eat, drink, and think. Christmas CarolsWhy do we keep singing them? Seemingly earlier each year, Christmas music begins playing nonstop from every radio and department store speaker in the...
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Church of England’s first ever female bishop bega...
THE woman appointed the Church of England’s first ever female bishop began her career in Blackburn. Libby Lane will make ecclesiastical history when she is ordained. MORE TOP STORIES: She served...
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Church of England
Going wild with her lens
Keerthana Balaji from Pollachi has won the Sanctuary Asia award for capturing a rare natural-history moment on camera Forty dhols and seven elephants. The wild dogs surround a baby elephant,...
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The scientific evidence against spanking, timeout...
At the end of a gravel road in the Chippewa National Forest of northern Minnesota, a group of camp counselors have gathered to hear psychotherapist Tina Bryson speak about neuroscience, mentorship,...
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The New York Times
Which? warns shoppers over ‘dodgy discounts’
Which? warns shoppers over ‘dodgy discounts’Shoppers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday December 8, 2014. Thursday, December 18, 2014 Some of the UK’s biggest electricals retailers are...
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Henry IV Part I/Part II, Barbican Theatre
Stephen Brimson Lewis’s dull, utilitarian set of slatted wood is no help and it’s perplexing that the precisely crafted upper level of it is so rarely used. Surely a little pomp and pageantry here...
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Stephen Brimson Lewis
'Foul-mouthed canon' can appeal six-month driving...
Bob Hanna, 68, is to remain on the road in spite of receiving a six-month driving ban only 13 days ago. This follows
Hanna yesterday appearing at Ennis District Court,...
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12 cons of Christmas: how to navigate the rip-off...
Buying booze the night before Christmas could cost you far more than if you bought it, say, on the first week of December when wine and spirits tend to be cheaper. Timing alcohol shopping can mean...
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High school scoreboard 12/18
THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE Washington School for the Deaf at Columbia Adventist, 5 p.m. Columbia River, Union at Curtis Holiday Tournament Ridgefield at Hudson's Bay, 7 p.m. Washougal at R.A. Long, 7...
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How to use your dSLR as a PC webcam
Maybe your webcam is broken. Or maybe, you just want to try something fun with your dSLR. Here's how to turn your dSLR into a webcam for PC. First, you will need to check that your camera is...
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Commentary: The magic of Christmas music
Christmas brings multiple traditions to the table every December. The shopping, the caroling and the food are just some of the little things that make Christmas so special. But nothing seems to...
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Vince Guaraldi Trio
A Charlie Brown Christmas
Kenmore West High School
"Blue Velvet" at Ron Robinson
THURSDAY 12/18 'BLUE VELVET' 7 p.m. Ron Robinson Theater. $5. "The key to the whole duck is the eye and where it is placed," David Lynch once said, explaining his approach to filmmaking. "When...
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Radio NZ pulls out of national awards
Radio NZ broadcaster Kim Hill has won multiple NZ Radio Awards, but is out of the running this year. File photo / Mark Mitchell Radio New Zealand has pulled out of the New Zealand Radio Awards once...
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Mariah Carey Tops Holiday 100 Songs Chart With 'A...
... the Billboard Hot 100, the Holiday 100 ranks songs via a formula blending sales, radio airplay and streaming, only for holiday songs of all eras. All charts will refresh tomorrow, Dec. 18, on...
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Pope names second abuse survivor, global experts ...
Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis expanded his papal commission on child protection to include a second survivor of abuse and more experts from around the world. The Commission...
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Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company celebrates organ...
Barbara Brooks likes to say she had two babies at the same time. One was her son Mathew, born in 1994. The other was the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company. Twenty years later, her son is a senior in...
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"The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" revie...
Bilbo Baggins has always been something of an Everyman, both in the writings of creator J.R.R. Tolkien and in the films of director Peter Jackson, so it's natural for audiences to want to relate to...
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Canon City Daily Record
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