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Michael Jackson's Hologram Rocks Las Vegas Arena
Michael Jackson: The hologram King of Pop. It only seems fitting that Michael Jackson, the man who brought the world “Thriller,” was resurrected on a Las Vegas stage late Thursday night—in the form...
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Hooray for scholarhips!
Hooray for scholarhips!Published 11:52pm Thursday, May 23, 2013 Covington County’s graduating seniors will share in nearly $3 million in scholarship funds, school counselors said this week. Last...
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Menace of the capital’s flower thieves
Commentary: Allowing this dangerously felony-prone trade to take place on the sidewalk was a huge and controversial step for the city. Something comes over the residents of the nation’s capital when...
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North Korea says willing to take China's advice t...
North Korea says willing to take China's advice to start talks By Ben Blanchard and Sui-Lee Wee BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea is willing to take China's advice and enter into talks, Chinese state...
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Josh Barro, the Loneliest Republican
A week had passed since the 2012 election when Josh Barro finally said the unsayable. The 28-year-old Bloomberg View columnist is—or, arguably, was—the most precocious of a
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Summer theater: Tunes take the stage across KC
And summer 2013 is shaping up to be firmly in that tradition. The annual mix of elevated language and accessible entertainment known as the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival this year returns to...
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Collins takes a chance
FROM the outside Courtney Collins's career has followed the kind of blessed path most authors pray and wish for. Her recently released debut novel, The Burial, was shortlisted for the inaugural...
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Dr. Gordon Katske is named one of America's top d...
As soon as he extracted the letter from the envelope that had arrived in the day's mail, Dr. Gordon Katske suppressed a snicker. Beneath an authentic-looking logo from U.S. News & World Report,...
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The last king of Wall Street, defending his two c...
Jamie Dimon might as well be dead, such is the rush of eulogies from corporate titans. Warren Buffett, Jack Welch, Michael Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch are among those to have praised America’s most...
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David Cameron's inner circle is 'damaging' the To...
... know my own association is really quite angry with the reported comments. Clearly something was said and clearly we’ve got to have more control from the
around the leadership when they talk...
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Emergency repairs for a broken justice system
No one plans to go to family court. But life takes unexpected twists. A couple’s marriage hits a rough spot. Tensions build, destabilizing the children and driving away friends. At some point, divorce...
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Frank Auerbach's first solo exhibition in Asia op...
HONG KONG.- Frank Auerbach, one of Britains most accomplished living artists, will have his first solo exhibition in Asia at Ben Brown Fine Arts in Hong Kong from 22 May 2013. By concentrating solely...
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Tropical breeze may blow in a change
Transformer: Chief minister of Penang Lim Guan Eng, (centre) at a campaign rally in Klang, outside Kuala Lumpur. Photo: AP Lim Guan Eng shrugs off messages threatening to kill his family if...
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EU meltdown as Tories fall into civil war / Brita...
Tory newspapers claimed that one of Mr Cameron's closest allies had dubbed his party's activists "swivel-eyed loons." The PM's Oxford University chum and tennis partner, Tory party chairman Lord...
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Exploit Tory woes, Labour / Comment / World / Bri...
David Cameron has backed his tennis partner while Grant Shapps, who job-shares his Tory Party chairman's role, cautions the media about repeating mistakes related to Plebgate that cost Andrew Mitchell...
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Restaurateur jazzes up Columbia’s food scene
COLUMBIA, SC — One of Columbia’s leading restaurateurs wants to give Main Street a shot of Bourbon. Kristian Niemi, who has helped define the food scene in Columbia over the past two decades, said he...
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Taste of NY's other side
Community spirit: The Smorgasburg market in full swing. Photo: Alamy Brooklyn's Smorgasburg market gives Barry Divola a taste of the artisan life. Once upon a time, two brothers with bushy beards...
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Sheriff: 2 men accused of breaking into homes, ca...
SPECIAL REPORT: Have you seen Molly?SPECIAL REPORT: Have you seen Molly? Have you seen "Molly?"She's popular, illegal, and very dangerous; although her name sounds innocent, she's far from it. You...
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Same speculation, different styles for O'Malley, ...
By the time Gov. Martin O'Malley left the Democratic convention last fall, he had schmoozed with party leaders from Iowa, spoken to potential donors and hosted swanky parties that kept delegates...
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NEXT Collective: Concord's Shrewd New Covers Proj...
When a group of artists starts calling itself a collective, it usually implies something about its devotion to a sovereign cause, what the music historian George Lewis calls “a power stronger than...
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