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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Saving face with grace? Not likelyBefore you get too comfortable on this lazy Sunday, there's something you shoul
Saving face with grace? Not likely
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
Before you get too comfortable on this lazy Sunday, there's something you should know. It's Feb. 14! It's Valentine's Day! Yes, today! You waited until the last minute and now you're about to blow it big time! That is, if you didn't already blow it... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Saine: Free market will continue to drive innovative solutions for future energy needsfallen over the past couple years, but unfortunately the criticism and condemna
Saine: Free market will continue to drive innovative solutions for future energy needs
Greeley Tribune / Posted 16 hours ago
fallen over the past couple years, but unfortunately the criticism and condemnation of Colorado’s oil and natural gas industry has not waned. The oil and natural gas industry plays an integral role in Colorado, supporting over 200,000 jobs, or... Read more
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The Courier
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
The Courier / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
MD Anderson Cancer Center president honored in Palm Beachof Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center president received a warm welcome from 150 f
MD Anderson Cancer Center president honored in Palm Beach
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted yesterday
of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center president received a warm welcome from 150 friends and patrons at a reception and dinner hosted by Patrick Park. The evening of gratitude for Dr. Ronald DePinho, who is recognized for his research in cancer... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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The North West Star
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Seven of the world's best cities we love the mostThe cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them
Seven of the world's best cities we love the most
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
The cities of desire we truly, madly, deeply love ... and why you'll love them too. Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But his permanent,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
How the mighty have fallenAction from the Peterborough Rodeo. Picture: Robert Woodland The road never en
How the mighty have fallen
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Action from the Peterborough Rodeo. Picture: Robert Woodland The road never ends and I chase the broken white line all over the state. There are no hipsters and almost no cyclists or vegetarians in rural South Australia. Yea! Country people are... Read more
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The New Yorker
Angels and AgesWhat did Edwin Stanton actually say at Lincoln’s deathbed? Language has become
Angels and Ages
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
What did Edwin Stanton actually say at Lincoln’s deathbed? Language has become a central subject in Lincoln studies.Credit David Hughes This all began on a very long plane ride, East Coast to West, when I was reading Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “Team of... Read more
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Mashable
Iran cracks down on 'decadent' Valentine's Day celebrationsWhat's This?Iranians visit a Valentine's Day shop in Tehran on Feb. 14, 2010.
Iran cracks down on 'decadent' Valentine's Day celebrations
Mashable / Posted 2 days ago
What's This?Iranians visit a Valentine's Day shop in Tehran on Feb. 14, 2010. Image: Ahmad Halabisaz/Xinhua Press/Corbis TEHRAN, Iran — Iran says it is cracking down on Valentine's Day celebrations and shops engaging in them will be guilty of a... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
CalendarSubmit items at least one business week before publication via email, events@le
Calendar
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Submit items at least one business week before publication via email, events@lewistownsentinel.com; voice mail, 248-6741 or (800) 827-6397 (voice mail ext. 112); online, Virtual Newsroom at www.lewistownsentinel.com; or mail or drop off, The... Read more
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Manning River Times
Championship Prelude on TuesdayTHE pressure of the $400,000 Country Final of The Championships for Mid North C
Championship Prelude on Tuesday
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
THE pressure of the $400,000 Country Final of The Championships for Mid North Coast gallopers takes centre stage in a Prelude to the $100,000 qualifier at Krambach Race Club’s TAB meeting at Bushland Drive Racecourse, Taree, on Tuesday. Most of them... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
St. Valentine's Day Massacre: Tale of two gunsST. JOSEPH, Mich. (WZZM) -- The early 1920's were a very interesting time in th
St. Valentine's Day Massacre: Tale of two guns
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 days ago
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. (WZZM) -- The early 1920's were a very interesting time in the United States. World War I had drawn to a close, and the country’s economy was transitioning from wartime to peacetime. Prosperity was sweeping the land, and modern... Read more
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NBA.com
For Canadian basketball, it started from the bottomCarter was the naturally-gifted shooting guard from North Carolina who would be
For Canadian basketball, it started from the bottom
NBA.com / Posted 3 days ago
Carter was the naturally-gifted shooting guard from North Carolina who would be anointed as the heir to Michael Jordan, thanks to his breathtaking victory in the 2000 Slam Dunk Contest one season after he had been named NBA Rookie of the Year. And... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Sweets Foundation puts focus on giving back to communitySelling candies, sweets and other delectable treats is all a part of the family
Sweets Foundation puts focus on giving back to community
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 3 days ago
Selling candies, sweets and other delectable treats is all a part of the family business for Ken Shenkman, owner of the Bulk Candy Store in West Palm Beach. Shenkman, 50, said that his family has been involved in the candy business for many years... Read more
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News.com.au
An art to charity feastsStephen Estcourt, left, and artist Tom Samek. Picture: SAM ROSEWARNE IT’S the
An art to charity feasts
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Stephen Estcourt, left, and artist Tom Samek. Picture: SAM ROSEWARNE IT’S the most exclusive dining invitation in town: dinner cooked by artist Tom Samek and judge Stephen Estcourt. An invitation won only with a hefty donation to a good cause. The... Read more
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Philly.com
What's brewing in bourbon country?Yet, Lexington has proved it is as hip as it is historic, thanks to an up-and-c
What's brewing in bourbon country?
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
Yet, Lexington has proved it is as hip as it is historic, thanks to an up-and-coming craft-brew industry that has inspired a wave of revitalization across Lexington. Together, these eight breweries constitute the "Brewgrass Trail." Because Lexington... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Chocolate inspired by WWI centenary named Supreme WinnerThursday, 11 February 2016, 11:40 amPress Release: Cuisine Artisan Awards in th
Chocolate inspired by WWI centenary named Supreme Winner
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
Thursday, 11 February 2016, 11:40 amPress Release: Cuisine Artisan Awards in the Cuisine Artisan Awards 2016New Zealand’s most talented... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
CalendarSubmit items at least one business week before publication via email, events@le
Calendar
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
Submit items at least one business week before publication via email, events@lewistownsentinel.com; voice mail, 248-6741 or (800) 827-6397 (voice mail ext. 112); online, Virtual Newsroom at www.lewistownsentinel.com; or mail or drop off, The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kia Ora: Mangawekawater, charms Elisabeth Easther. Mangaweka is a gateway town to the Rangitikei
Kia Ora: Mangaweka
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
water, charms Elisabeth Easther. Mangaweka is a gateway town to the Rangitikei River, which is perfect for white water rafting. Photo / NZME Origin of name: The weka is the native woodhen, and manga means stream so, essentially, "stream of the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Championship qualifier to be run at TareeSTRAP yourselves in for plenty of splendid action as gallopers compete for a pl
Championship qualifier to be run at Taree
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
STRAP yourselves in for plenty of splendid action as gallopers compete for a place and riches associated with The Championships, with $20 million prizemoney on offer, at Royal Randwick on April 2 and 9. Country racing gets a benefit of some of those... Read more
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NBC News
New Hampshire's Latinos Survey Candidates Amid Primary ExcitementMANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Pentecostal minister Roberto De Jesus believes that
New Hampshire's Latinos Survey Candidates Amid Primary Excitement
NBC News / Posted 5 days ago
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Pentecostal minister Roberto De Jesus believes that today's New Hampshire presidential primary is so important for Latinos that a few days before the state's historic election, he opened the doors of his church to a... Read more
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The Forward
My Search for the 'Male Shiksa'I told him it was a double mitzvah to screw on Shabbat. SportsCenter on mute, m
My Search for the 'Male Shiksa'
The Forward / Posted 5 days ago
I told him it was a double mitzvah to screw on Shabbat. SportsCenter on mute, music theory textbooks open in our laps. His pencil suspended above the fill-in-the-scale exercise. The Oklahoma goy and his new, exotic Jewish girlfriend. I relished the... Read more
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iol.co.za
Nurture your palate in naturePretoria - This is the perfect weekend drive if you want to get out of the city
Nurture your palate in nature
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
Pretoria - This is the perfect weekend drive if you want to get out of the city. It’s not too far and yet it takes you almost into another country. It was my second visit in a few years and the experience was as good the second time round. Both were... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the OscarsDalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the Oscars
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
Dalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was a member of the Communist Party in America at a time and in a country where socialist beliefs, publicly expressed, could land you in jail. At the same time, he loved the... Read more
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WA Today
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the OscarsDalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the Oscars
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
Dalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was a member of the Communist Party in America at a time and in a country where socialist beliefs, publicly expressed, could land you in jail. At the same time, he loved the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the OscarsDalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the Oscars
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Dalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was a member of the Communist Party in America at a time and in a country where socialist beliefs, publicly expressed, could land you in jail. At the same time, he loved the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the OscarsDalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the Oscars
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Dalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was a member of the Communist Party in America at a time and in a country where socialist beliefs, publicly expressed, could land you in jail. At the same time, he loved the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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Northern Star
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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Queensland Times
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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News Mail
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70sTONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge bu
Molly made a difference to our lives back in the ’70s
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
TONIGHT'S much-awaited premiere of Molly on the Seven Network has had a huge build-up and, going by the shorts, looks pretty good. Talented actor Samuel Johnson has a remarkable likeness to Molly Meldrum, so it should be a pretty interesting... Read more
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Boston Globe
Cozy inns to make you love winterOne of the spa tubs at Rabbit Hill Inn in Vermont. Let it snow; let the winds
Cozy inns to make you love winter
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
One of the spa tubs at Rabbit Hill Inn in Vermont. Let it snow; let the winds blow. Let Old Man Winter howl. These four country inns beckon you to stay inside with fine food, warming fires, and lush furnishings. A stay at one of these cozy... Read more
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The Age
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the OscarsDalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston talks luck and heartache on his way to the Oscars
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Dalton Trumbo​ loved being rich, says Bryan Cranston​. On the one hand, he was a member of the Communist Party in America at a time and in a country where socialist beliefs, publicly expressed, could land you in jail. At the same time, he loved the... Read more
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The Advocate
Athletes at all levels find FCA a place to champion ChristYou’ve seen them on high school, college and pro football fields, crossing the
Athletes at all levels find FCA a place to champion Christ
The Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
You’ve seen them on high school, college and pro football fields, crossing the goal line then raising their hands heavenward, giving the glory to God. And no doubt it will happen again Sunday as the world focuses on the extravaganza of the 50th... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Monster Jam Tour stopping in LondonGet ready for a battle at Budweiser Gardens in London. Feld Motor Sports has a
Monster Jam Tour stopping in London
Sarnia Observer / Posted 9 days ago
Get ready for a battle at Budweiser Gardens in London. Feld Motor Sports has announced the 2016 Monster Jam Tour will stop in London Feb. 27 and 28. The event will feature eight Monster Jam trucks, including Canadian Cam McQueen behind the wheel of... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Monster Jam Tour stopping in LondonGet ready for a battle at Budweiser Gardens in London. Feld Motor Sports has a
Monster Jam Tour stopping in London
Chatham Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
Get ready for a battle at Budweiser Gardens in London. Feld Motor Sports has announced the 2016 Monster Jam Tour will stop in London Feb. 27 and 28. The event will feature eight Monster Jam trucks, including Canadian Cam McQueen behind the wheel of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Everything you need to know about going on safari in AfricaIt's 1992 and I'm drinking my first ever gin and tonic in the courtyard of Nair
Everything you need to know about going on safari in Africa
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
It's 1992 and I'm drinking my first ever gin and tonic in the courtyard of Nairobi's historic Norfolk Hotel. It's only right that I should order a drink unfamiliar to me yet favoured by Kenya's notorious Happy Valley set – British colonials said to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Everything you need to know about going on safari in AfricaIt's 1992 and I'm drinking my first ever gin and tonic in the courtyard of Nair
Everything you need to know about going on safari in Africa
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
It's 1992 and I'm drinking my first ever gin and tonic in the courtyard of Nairobi's historic Norfolk Hotel. It's only right that I should order a drink unfamiliar to me yet favoured by Kenya's notorious Happy Valley set – British colonials said to... Read more
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examiner.com
Speaking with rock's true renaissance man Todd Rundgrenthere though, you suddenly realize, 'Wow, there's still a lot of ground to cove
Speaking with rock's true renaissance man Todd Rundgren
examiner.com / Posted 9 days ago
there though, you suddenly realize, 'Wow, there's still a lot of ground to cover." I still expend as much energy as I can in the process. People pay to see you do something unusual, extraordinary, or just to see you be at the top of your game; at... Read more
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