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Quartz
These architects are in the process of reshaping New York City’s skylinediverse portfolio, which includes apartment renovations for New York’s elite, t
These architects are in the process of reshaping New York City’s skyline
Quartz / Posted yesterday
diverse portfolio, which includes apartment renovations for New York’s elite, the transformation of former roller rink and nightclub The Roxy into Hauser & Wirth’s 18th Street gallery, and the careful restoration of the Neue Galerie on the Upper... Read more
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Daily Mail
The world's most exclusive and (oh so discreetly) naughty nightclubInside the world's most exclusive and (oh so discreetly) naughty nightclub: Dia
The world's most exclusive and (oh so discreetly) naughty nightclub
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Inside the world's most exclusive and (oh so discreetly) naughty nightclub: Diana as a sexy WPC, John Wayne blotto - and Jemima Khan kissing Kate Moss. An exquisitely waspish insider reveals what really goes on in Annabel's in Mayfair Annabel's is a... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Super Bowl 50: Panthers vs. Broncossay they've done so as a Carolina Panther. Former Panther Center Jeff Mitchell
Super Bowl 50: Panthers vs. Broncos
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 3 days ago
say they've done so as a Carolina Panther. Former Panther Center Jeff Mitchell is one of those people. PHOTOS: Carolina connections to Super Bowl 50PHOTOS: Carolina connections to Super Bowl 50 Twelve players headed to Santa Clara for Super... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Last rites: Sydney's lost gravesFred Williams, Frederick McCubbin, Arthur Boyd, and Tom Roberts. Sidney Nolan
Last rites: Sydney's lost graves
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Fred Williams, Frederick McCubbin, Arthur Boyd, and Tom Roberts. Sidney Nolan is buried in London. A few had strong connections with Sydney including Roberts who spent his formative years here including a stint at the famous artists camp at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rugby star's girlfriend found strangled in loner's homeyou have left us India. I will be playing for you for as long as I know." Mis
Rugby star's girlfriend found strangled in loner's home
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
you have left us India. I will be playing for you for as long as I know." Miss Chipchase was last seen outside the NB's nightclub in the early hours of Saturday. Police smashed down Tenniswood's front door after tracing her phone to a nearby... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rugby star's girlfriend found strangled in loner's scruffy homebelieve you have left us India. I will be playing for you for as long as I kno
Rugby star's girlfriend found strangled in loner's scruffy home
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
believe you have left us India. I will be playing for you for as long as I know." India was last seen last seen outside a nightclub in the town called NB's in the early hours of Saturday. Police smashed down Tenniswood's front door after tracing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Frantic final work as Elizabeth Quay prepares to openreassembled on the island. The building dates from 1927 when it was the Esplan
Frantic final work as Elizabeth Quay prepares to open
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
reassembled on the island. The building dates from 1927 when it was the Esplanade tea rooms, before becoming a nightclub, day care centre, Salvation Army youth centre and finally a Chinese restaurant. It was then removed to build the... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Short List: Jan 27 - February 2“Tomorrow Belongs to Me.” The touring production stars Randy Harrison (of TV’s
Short List: Jan 27 - February 2
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 12 days ago
“Tomorrow Belongs to Me.” The touring production stars Randy Harrison (of TV’s Queer as Folk) as the iconic Emcee and, as nightclub performer Sally Bowles, Andrea Goss, a veteran of the role for Roundabout on Broadway. Bid Cabaret “Wilkommen” for... Read more
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The Irish Times
Everywhere is alive with the din of muzakcentre trying to escape the cosh of muzak. Integral to the centre’s architecton
Everywhere is alive with the din of muzak
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
centre trying to escape the cosh of muzak. Integral to the centre’s architectonics, muzak pollutes the air, befouling the connections between one rational thought and another until I begin to think that it probably would be a good idea to buy a... Read more
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NZCity
Crowds to flock to Wellington Cup dayand Julian Savea will help judge the fashion in the field competition. Competi
Crowds to flock to Wellington Cup day
NZCity / Posted 16 days ago
and Julian Savea will help judge the fashion in the field competition. Competition organisers are advising against wearing nightclub gear, saying the look for a day at the races is sophisticated, elegant "and most importantly, it is... Read more
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The Forward
Traveling Forward Through Fast-Changing Cuba in Search of Its Lost JewsCastro has opened up the door to owning private property, the first step toward
Traveling Forward Through Fast-Changing Cuba in Search of Its Lost Jews
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
Castro has opened up the door to owning private property, the first step toward capitalism. As it currently stands, family connections to Cubans abroad can get you dollars to buy property while others without those connections lack the same... Read more

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