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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
JOHN BRUMMETT: Reasons for hopeto those principles and objectives, not jump overboard in fear of them. ------
JOHN BRUMMETT: Reasons for hope
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 minutes ago
to those principles and objectives, not jump overboard in fear of them. ------------v------------ John Brummett, whose column appears regularly in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, was inducted into the Arkansas Writers' Hall of Fame in 2014.... Read more
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International Business Times
Brexit: A national catastrophe and a vacuum in leadership – this is what Britain voted for behind the bike sheds. 'Do not allow Boris Johnson, chief architect of this di
Brexit: A national catastrophe and a vacuum in leadership – this is what Britain voted for
International Business Times / Posted an hour ago
behind the bike sheds. 'Do not allow Boris Johnson, chief architect of this disaster, to become the Prime Minister.' Neil Hall/ Reuters Then yesterday we had Gove sneaking in and out of the Cabinet meeting he had to attend. Johnson avoiding the... Read more
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The Advocate
Gay Clubs in Russia, the U.S.: Worlds Apart But Similaroutside, a fireplace inside, four bars, and a screen with projected psychedelic
Gay Clubs in Russia, the U.S.: Worlds Apart But Similar
The Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
outside, a fireplace inside, four bars, and a screen with projected psychedelic art on it, it looked like the Carnegie Hall of gay clubs. We were treated as regular customers in a regular bar, and it was liberating and heartbreaking at the same... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Reasons for hopeto those principles and objectives, not jump overboard in fear of them. ------
Reasons for hope
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
to those principles and objectives, not jump overboard in fear of them. ------------v------------ John Brummett, whose column appears regularly in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, was inducted into the Arkansas Writers' Hall of Fame in 2014.... Read more
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Kinston Free Press
Small child’s massive feet a giant headache for parentstreated for Human Werewolf Syndrome at the Scott Howard McCall Center for Hairy
Small child’s massive feet a giant headache for parents
Kinston Free Press / Posted 8 hours ago
treated for Human Werewolf Syndrome at the Scott Howard McCall Center for Hairy Dudes in Beacon Hills, California. This column was originally published Aug. 26, 2013. Over the past few weeks, The Wife has been feverishly trying to find a tennis... Read more
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TribLIVE
Stocks for less than $10 a sharehas a market value of only $206 million. The company is debt-free, a quality I
Stocks for less than $10 a share
TribLIVE / Posted 8 hours ago
has a market value of only $206 million. The company is debt-free, a quality I like. Beginning in 2001, I've written 10 columns on the subject of stocks selling for less than $10. My record to date is somewhere between bad and terrible. Only... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
PASCAL: Fastpitch play improvingthe local youth group expanded their focus a few years back to include graduate
PASCAL: Fastpitch play improving
The Sudbury Star / Posted 10 hours ago
the local youth group expanded their focus a few years back to include graduates of the program who still yearned for the challenge of teeing off against a nasty rise pitch, even into their 20s. More recently, the group has reached out to their... Read more
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Naples Daily News
South Lee residents rally against proposed high-rise Raptor Bay developmentof four 22-story high rise towers in the Raptor Bay Golf Club. Most voiced conc
South Lee residents rally against proposed high-rise Raptor Bay development
Naples Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
of four 22-story high rise towers in the Raptor Bay Golf Club. Most voiced concern against such construction, in an town hall style format, for various reasons. (Corey Perrine/Staff) Wayne Arnold, principal planner with GradyMinor, listens to... Read more
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Philboxing
PABLO CESAR CANO TO FACE FORMER WORLD TITLE CONTENDER ALFONSO GOMEZ ON JULY 15event will also feature a special opportunity to meet former five-division boxi
PABLO CESAR CANO TO FACE FORMER WORLD TITLE CONTENDER ALFONSO GOMEZ ON JULY 15
Philboxing / Posted 11 hours ago
event will also feature a special opportunity to meet former five-division boxing world champion and International Boxing Hall of Famer Sugar Ray Leonard at the Fantasy Springs Special Events Center ahead of the televised bouts from 6:00 p.m. to... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Talking to children about homeless: Keep it simple, compassionateIt’s obvious from all the squabbling at City Hall and the confusion among resid
Talking to children about homeless: Keep it simple, compassionate
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
It’s obvious from all the squabbling at City Hall and the confusion among residents that adults have a hard time processing the city’s confounding homeless problem. So how in the world do we explain it to our kids? After all, a San Francisco... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Cannons coach: 'Welland showed up, and we didn't'“Welland showed up, and we didn’t.” Fort Erie Cannons Manager Justin Hall was
Cannons coach: 'Welland showed up, and we didn't'
Welland Tribune / Posted 13 hours ago
“Welland showed up, and we didn’t.” Fort Erie Cannons Manager Justin Hall was brief when talking about the Cannons’ 17-1 loss to the Welland Chiefs last Wednesday. Hall said the game was closer than the final score suggests. “It was 4-1 heading... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
Community Calendarand government agencies only. Others may call Tamara Chakos at 206.359.2248 for
Community Calendar
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
and government agencies only. Others may call Tamara Chakos at 206.359.2248 for inclusion in our “Out & About” advertising column. Growing Ballard: All Things Garden Sunset Hill Community Assn. 3003 N.W. 66th St. Fri., July 8, 6:30–9 p.m.... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: June 25Due to unforeseen circumstances, the duplicate bridge column did not appear as
Duplicate Bridge: June 25
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 hours ago
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the duplicate bridge column did not appear as scheduled in The News or on the Buffalo News website on Saturday, June 25. If that happens, please look for it http://newsdupli.blogspot.com/ North American Pairs... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Sharon Grigsby: How about a trail from White Rock to Trinity Forest -- and forget that signature bridge?with the biggest price tag -- gets folks from the Katy across I-35 and to the T
Sharon Grigsby: How about a trail from White Rock to Trinity Forest -- and forget that signature bridge?
Dallas Morning News / Posted 15 hours ago
with the biggest price tag -- gets folks from the Katy across I-35 and to the Trinity. The Loop idea now sits in the City Hall hopper waiting for financial consideration. I won't repeat colleague Robert Wilonsky's very good list of all the other... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Zephyrs should go back to drawing boardPackers head coach Vince Lombardi came to mind. "What the hell's going on out
Zephyrs should go back to drawing board
The Houma Courier / Posted 15 hours ago
Packers head coach Vince Lombardi came to mind. "What the hell's going on out here?" NFL Films captured the Pro Football Hall of Fame coach uttering that famous line during a regular-season game between the Packers and Minnesota Vikings. He was... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Zephyrs should go back to drawing boardPackers head coach Vince Lombardi came to mind. "What the hell's going on out
Zephyrs should go back to drawing board
The Daily Comet / Posted 15 hours ago
Packers head coach Vince Lombardi came to mind. "What the hell's going on out here?" NFL Films captured the Pro Football Hall of Fame coach uttering that famous line during a regular-season game between the Packers and Minnesota Vikings. He was... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Duterte to have a call center for complaintsagainst the government can report them and these would be recorded. I guess thi
Duterte to have a call center for complaints
Pilipino Star / Posted 17 hours ago
against the government can report them and these would be recorded. I guess this idea was in answer to my earlier column where we sought for the creation of a Department of Complaints. With a call center just to record complaints I’m sure... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Dr. June: Don’t tolerate boyfriend’s jealousy issueswings and explore life on your own so you’re backing off. Then do just that. To
Dr. June: Don’t tolerate boyfriend’s jealousy issues
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 17 hours ago
wings and explore life on your own so you’re backing off. Then do just that. Toxins are poisonous. Save yourself.— Dr. June Hall is an author and motivational coach who has reached millions through her advice column and public speaking engagements.... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
HOPPER: Stop The PressesI'm not sure who will play senseless pranks on her when I'm gone. I would often
HOPPER: Stop The Presses
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 18 hours ago
I'm not sure who will play senseless pranks on her when I'm gone. I would often whisper her name from my office across the hall just to watch her reaction as she would try to figure out if we had a ghost in the office. I'd send her "The Office"... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Alan Duff: Remarkable man delivers world of goodin which you hope to make order out of chaos. In my case some adverse life expe
Alan Duff: Remarkable man delivers world of good
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
in which you hope to make order out of chaos. In my case some adverse life experiences were necessary. Writing a newspaper column is also a solitary task. Hell, back in '93 I even played golf alone. That we achieved more than the sum of our few... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Dr. June: Jealousy a bit muchwings and explore life on your own so you’re backing off. Then do just that. To
Dr. June: Jealousy a bit much
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 20 hours ago
wings and explore life on your own so you’re backing off. Then do just that. Toxins are poisonous. Save yourself.— Dr. June Hall is an author and motivational coach who has reached millions through her advice column and public speaking engagements.... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Dr. June: Jealousy a bit muchwings and explore life on your own so you’re backing off. Then do just that. To
Dr. June: Jealousy a bit much
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 20 hours ago
wings and explore life on your own so you’re backing off. Then do just that. Toxins are poisonous. Save yourself.— Dr. June Hall is an author and motivational coach who has reached millions through her advice column and public speaking engagements.... Read more
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International Business Times
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK could avoid leaving the EU after Brexit referendum tendencies, he was never a core 'outer' like others in the Conservative party a
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK could avoid leaving the EU after Brexit referendum
International Business Times / Posted 22 hours ago
tendencies, he was never a core 'outer' like others in the Conservative party and Ukip. And in his first newspaper column since Britain voted to leave, his critics were left asking: has Boris flip-flopped? Perhaps he has changed his mind... Read more
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International Business Times
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK avoid swerve leaving the EU after Brexit referendum tendencies, he was never a core 'outer' like others in the Conservative party a
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK avoid swerve leaving the EU after Brexit referendum
International Business Times / Posted 23 hours ago
tendencies, he was never a core 'outer' like others in the Conservative party and Ukip. And in his first newspaper column since Britain voted to leave, his critics were left asking: has Boris flip-flopped? Perhaps he has changed his mind... Read more
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This is West Country
COLUMN: DJ Dave Englefield from Sedgemoor FMof radio works. Finally, the answer to last week’s teaser: The annual Bridgwat
COLUMN: DJ Dave Englefield from Sedgemoor FM
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
of radio works. Finally, the answer to last week’s teaser: The annual Bridgwater Flower Show returns in August to the Town Hall but when was the first one? The answer was August 1892. This week’s teaser is this: Approximately how many people lived... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Sports staff wins Division II newspaper sweepstakesother LSWA major awards. St. Germain was named the Division II Prep Writer of
Sports staff wins Division II newspaper sweepstakes
The Houma Courier / Posted yesterday
other LSWA major awards. St. Germain was named the Division II Prep Writer of the Year in 2004 and 2014 and Division II Columnist of the Year in 2013. Other recent winners of the Division II Prep Writer of the Year award are Chris Singleton... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
CL wins big at MPA awardsThe Clarion-Ledger won multiple awards from the Mississippi Press Association S
CL wins big at MPA awards
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
The Clarion-Ledger won multiple awards from the Mississippi Press Association Saturday, including executive editor Sam R. Hall for editorial excellence. Hall was awarded the J.O. Emmerich Award for Editorial Excellence for his editorial on the... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Sports staff wins Division II newspaper sweepstakesother LSWA major awards. St. Germain was named the Division II Prep Writer of
Sports staff wins Division II newspaper sweepstakes
The Daily Comet / Posted yesterday
other LSWA major awards. St. Germain was named the Division II Prep Writer of the Year in 2004 and 2014 and Division II Columnist of the Year in 2013. Other recent winners of the Division II Prep Writer of the Year award are Chris Singleton... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Worthy aspirationsEditor's note: This is a revised and updated version of a column first publishe
Worthy aspirations
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Editor's note: This is a revised and updated version of a column first published online-only Wednesday. The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville could aspire to be Vanderbilt. It could go all-in for elite academic performance. It could choose to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Bill Cunningham, legendary New York Times fashion photographer, dies at 87he was named a Living Landmark by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and profil
Bill Cunningham, legendary New York Times fashion photographer, dies at 87
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
he was named a Living Landmark by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and profiled in The New Yorker, which described his columns On the Street and Evening Hours as the city’s unofficial yearbook, “an exuberant, sometimes retroactively... Read more
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Canberra Times
Yowie's picks for the drive to the snowseveral roaring open fires, including one in the main bar with a skeleton among
Yowie's picks for the drive to the snow
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
several roaring open fires, including one in the main bar with a skeleton among the ashes – apparently a leftover prop from Halloween. Billy Goat Bonanza (0.5km) Nanny Goat Hill, Cooma. Photo: Stephen Macdonald With no tourist sign enticing... Read more
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SecondsOut.com
K.O.J.O. Takes Final Countwas soon a feature writer, and so the nom de plume “K.O.J.O.” was born as the b
K.O.J.O. Takes Final Count
SecondsOut.com / Posted 2 days ago
was soon a feature writer, and so the nom de plume “K.O.J.O.” was born as the byline to his often zany, always edgy column K.O.J.O. Says. It survived to this day, a testament to his creativity and ability to re-invent himself with the... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Lean into love, labor for changeYork Times A mourner raises a rainbow painted hand at a vigil for the victims o
Lean into love, labor for change
Rutland Herald / Posted 2 days ago
York Times A mourner raises a rainbow painted hand at a vigil for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting, outside City Hall in Los Angeles. A gunman who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State killed 49 people and wounded 53 in the crowded gay... Read more
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Philly.com
Tea leaves in the soda tax vote: Darrell Clarke's grip on City Council loosensOld members strengthened their bonds with outsiders and with Mayor Kenney. And
Tea leaves in the soda tax vote: Darrell Clarke's grip on City Council loosens
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
Old members strengthened their bonds with outsiders and with Mayor Kenney. And Clarke, it seemed to many in City Hall, wound up in the backseat, voting for a tax he has always professed to hate after seeing it could pass without his... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury column: How readers would treat addictsEureka! Last week I reported it was impossible to write this column. I had aske
Sudbury column: How readers would treat addicts
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
Eureka! Last week I reported it was impossible to write this column. I had asked readers to respond to how I believe 42,000 addicts on methadone should be treated. Then my computer developed terminal cancer and I thought all your responses had been... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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The Courier
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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The Young Witness
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Looking For Safety, Support, They Find Each Otherin Florida. Susan came back to New England to find a job, and in 1974 was hire
Looking For Safety, Support, They Find Each Other
Hartford Courant / Posted 2 days ago
in Florida. Susan came back to New England to find a job, and in 1974 was hired to manage the von der Mehden Recital Hall and the New England String Quartet at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. "I loved the job," she says. She worked... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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The North West Star
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretspolitics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator;
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
politics he didn't sign a lucrative deal as a television political commentator; he didn't take on an acerbic newspaper column, and he didn't even leave Canberra, choosing to live out his days in the national capital until his death in 1995.... Read more
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TribLIVE
Trib columnist Heyl, photographer Russell win in national competitions | TribLIVE Two Tribune-Review journalists won first-place awards in nationa
Trib columnist Heyl, photographer Russell win in national competitions
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
| TribLIVE Two Tribune-Review journalists won first-place awards in national competitions. Metro... Read more
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11 News Houston
Legendary fashion photographer, Bill Cunningham dies at 87as a fashion reporter for the Chicago Tribune, and later for Women’s Wear Daily
Legendary fashion photographer, Bill Cunningham dies at 87
11 News Houston / Posted 2 days ago
as a fashion reporter for the Chicago Tribune, and later for Women’s Wear Daily. At the Times, his street-fashion column 'On the Street,' begun in 1978, was a mainstay of the style section. In a 2002 interview with the paper, Cunningham... Read more
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Heisler: The NBA season was special, the draft not so muchthe West — unfortunately for the Lakers, Clippers and everyone else in it — sti
Heisler: The NBA season was special, the draft not so much
San Gabriel Valley Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
the West — unfortunately for the Lakers, Clippers and everyone else in it — still best. Mark Heisler has written an NBA column since 1991 and was honored with the Naismith Hall of Fame’s Curt Gowdy Award in 2006. His column is published Sundays... Read more
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