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Smaller cars, bigger fun - November Issue 4 2014
Smaller cars, bigger funSlot car racing hits Eagle River, in a big way The “flexi” body style – an abbreviation for “flexible” was featured in a recent slot car race held at Eagle River Racing. The...
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In Case You Missed It: A Look at the Presidential...
Who are the Recipients of this Year’s Presidential Medal of Freedom? Take a look at the 2014 Presidential Medal of Honor recipients -- you may recognize some of them:Alvin Ailey (posthumous) Ailey...
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The White House
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Field Trip to the White House
On a recent Sunday morning, Elisha Almonte, a sixteen-year-old honors student at the High School for Teaching and the Professions, in the Bronx, waited with her father, Beethoven Almonte, at his...
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Tyngsboro youth stars as Velveteen Rabbit in BCT ...
Tyngsboro youth stars as Velveteen Rabbit in BCT show Cameron Perrin is no stranger to the stage. The 13-year-old, Tyngsboro Middle School 8th grader has several credits under his belt, including...
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Students sought for planned private high school i...
Former Illinois education superintendent Michael Bakalis says after experimenting with charter schools for years, he now is focusing on developing private schools with a liberal arts focus to better...
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U.S. Department of Education
New book relives the decade that fashion forgot, ...
Bell-bottoms, peasant tops and a palette of orange and brown: New book on 1970s style relives the decade that fashion forgot Fashion in the '70s by Emmanuelle Dirix & Charlotte Fiell is out Dec 3,...
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Grieving Diane Sawyer seen for the first time sin...
EXCLUSIVE: Grieving Diane Sawyer seen for the first time since the death of director husband Mike Nichols Former news anchor, 68, walked into church with her stepson Max They visited the Unitarian...
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Q&A with new Champaign fire chief
... 5,000-plus fires in St. Louis and Memphis, Gary Ludwig just wrapped up his first week on the job as Champaign's new fire chief. Staff writer Tim Mitchell sat down with the former high...
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St. Louis Fire Department
Mark Your Calendar: Loveland-area events
Opens, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Loveland Museum/Gallery, 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. Through large-format watercolor paintings, the Colorado artist has recorded the landscape around Ghost Ranch,...
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Exploring The Chilling World Of Hunters In The No...
People enjoy a snow-covered Cloud Gate at Millennium Park in Chicago, which becomes a great photo opportunity for visitors, Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2013. Two bursts of light snow are likely to total 1 to...
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Out & About calendar, Nov. 21-27
Items for the Out & About calendar can be submitted by email to Arts & Entertainment editor Bill Blankenship at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is noon Tuesday for publication Friday. AT...
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
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Top 5 Shows
... On the plus side, there’s Jacuzzi Boys. The ’60s-disco trio from Miami can be all over the map stylistically but never in a self-indulgent way –– a firm commitment to groove and, perhaps more...
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"We Are Dissolving Into A World Of Planless Incoh...
THE ISRAELI ART STUDENTS AND MOVERS STORY The presence in the United States of a number of young Israelis, most of whom had specialized military and intelligence backgrounds, in the months prior to...
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CPS chief backs the mayor's $13-an-hour minimum w...
The head of Chicago Public Schools is making a political statement supporting Mayor Rahm Emanuel, ahead of February’s municipal elections. CPS CEO Barbara Bryd-Bennett told the Board of Education...
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Sky's the limit in Pensacola, home of the Blue An...
Fat Albert — the airplane, not the cartoon character — is in town, and he's showing off. The huge C-130T Hercules is warming up the crowd before a Blue Angels practice with maneuvers befitting a jet...
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Naval Air Station
Dan Kain to be inducted into the Silver Circle
A former WFSB reporter is receiving a high honor in the broadcast television business on Thursday night. Dan Kain will be inducted into the Silver Circle on Thursday. Kain joined WFSB in October...
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Mike Nichols, Director of The Graduate, Dies Aged...
Oscar winning director Mike Nichols has died, aged 83. The cause of his death is not yet known, but ABC reports that he died suddenly. Nichols won an academy award for directing The Graduate, the...
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International Business Times
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Out & About, Nov. 20-27, 2014
... R&J), new exhibits of departed local legends (Jerome Caja), and some unusual theatrical duos (The Old Woman) prove that there is no shortage of innovation in our arts...
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Meet The Incredible Transgender Dad Who Breastfee...
Award-winning filmmaker Lana Wachowski, who's best known for co-writing and -directing the "Matrix" trilogy with her brother, Andy Wachowski, was the first major Hollywood director to come out as...
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Celebrated Mississippi painter Andrew Bucci dies
... family released Tuesday. He was 92. Bucci's painting of a magnolia flower appeared on the 5-cent U.S. postage stamp issued in 1967 for the 150th anniversary of Mississippi...
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The Commercial Dispatch
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