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Artbeats celebrates 25 years in stock footage
MYRTLE CREEK, OREGON —Artbeats (www.artbeats.com), a provider of royalty-free stock footage, announces the
of 25 years in business. Founded in 1989, with an opportunity to supply...
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Cinema verite documentarian Robert Drew dies at 90
Filmmaker Robert Drew, a pioneer of the modern documentary who in "Primary" and other movies mastered the intimate, spontaneous style known as cinema verite and schooled a generation of influential...
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Summer Splash turnout decent despite weather worr...
Summer Splash turnout decent despite weather worries By Beth Waldon | Published 6 hours ago | Updated 20 minutes ago Okemos resident David Kousa walks along the pool during the 2014 Summer Splash...
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Obituary: Richard B. Hastings, 83, was Sacramento...
Richard B. Hastings, an architect and archaeologist who was a pivotal figure in the movement to protect Sacramento’s historical buildings as the city’s first preservation director, died July 14 at...
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Arthur Hardy: 10 Carnival traditions that ‘ain’t ...
Not surprisingly, the city’s Carnival
has changed many times through the years. While Mardi Gras in New Orleans has never been stronger, baby boomers lament the loss of some traditions —...
Read more at The Advocate
PARDS marks 30th anniversary
Grande Prairie’s Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society (PARDS), located at 8202-84 St. on the city’s east side, is turning 30 this year. The charity was the initiative of a group of local people...
Read more at Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Eye on Agriculture: Centennial Farm
Across North Dakota, farmers are gearing up for what could be a big harvest. But before harvest hits at one farm near Makoti, there's a special
scheduled. In our Eye on Agriculture, Jim...
Read more at KX TV North Dakota
Stylin’: Redress Raleigh Pop Shop returns to Nort...
The Redress Raleigh Pop Shop returns to North Hills for a one-month stint in August. The pop-up shop features clothing, accessories and more from local eco-friendly designers ABAN, Anna Nickles,...
Read more at The News & Observer
Zerby Automotive celebrates 30 years
When they were taking a walk together 30 years ago, they made a spontaneous decision. "My husband and I said to each other, 'Let's do it. Let's open a shop,'" Jodee Zerby, co-owner of Zerby's...
Read more at Canon City Daily Record
2014 Southeastern Conference Coverage
NCAA reaches $70 million concussion lawsuit settlementNCAA reaches $70 million concussion lawsuit settlement The settlement will establish new protocols for head injuries during practices and games...
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Statesboro's First Friday: Downtown Pep Rally
The August First Friday event happens to coincide with the first day of school for Bulloch County public school students this year. After school is out for the day, the Downtown Statesboro...
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Brookshire Brothers Express opens in Zavalla
Residents from Zavalla and throughout Angelina County gathered at the new Brookshire Brothers Express for Wednesday’s ribbon cutting and grand opening
. It’s the Lufkin-based company’s...
Read more at KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Guardian Century: how the Guardian saw the 20th c...
... - American Imperialism "The Filipinos attacked the American position around this city at half-past eight last night. It began with sharp firing on the outposts from several quarters...
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"The Greatest Place on Earth"
A passing glance from a car window can quickly assess the real-estate potential: Condos are going up at the old Richmond Cedar Works across the street; to the west, a few rows of new vinyl-sided...
Read more at Style Weekly
Hot Ticket: Vancouver Pride
In a city where more than half a million people come out to celebrate gay pride each year, it’s easy to forget that, in many other parts of the world, homosexuality is still illegal – and in some...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
Farm to Table Dinner showcases Stanislaus-grown f...
of local food next week will start off with cantaloupe soup shooters, move on to beef from a county fair steer and end with cake made with Blue Diamond almonds. The third annual Farm to...
Read more at Modesto Bee
Dr. John Melling, 66
Dr. John Melling, 66, of Hopkinton, passed away at his home surrounded by his family on Tuesday, July 29, 2014. Born in Connecticut, he was the son of the late Frances and George Melling. He was the...
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Livermore Falls has the first village post office...
LIVERMORE FALLS — U.S. Postal Service officials opened its first village post office in Maine on Wednesday morning at Pike's Corner Oasis on Park Street, also known as Route 133. The U.S. Postal...
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Joe Flacco hits high, low points in camp Wednesday
Setting the scene: The Ravens took the field around 1 p.m. after Tuesday’s day off and didn’t come off the field until just after 4 p.m. Mother Nature continued to smile on the team, providing another...
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Keepers of the Cup
For Mike Bolt and Howie Borrow, sometimes their jobs can be a grind with long hours and almost non-stop travel, but neither of them could think of doing anything else. The two of them make up the...
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