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No limits on Goodell testimony
The bad news for the NFL is that Commissioner Roger Goodell has been required to testify in hearing regarding the appeal of Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension. The worse news is that, according to a...
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National Football League
NBA season preview: Los Angeles Lakers sinking wi...
The Los Angeles Lakers used to own the Pacific division. This season they not only face the prospect of finishing at the bottom of it for the second year in a row, they are another Kobe Bryant serious...
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Inside a restaurant staff dinner: Chefs cooking f...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — On any given day, inside restaurants in every corner of the world, from the street side noodle shops in Ho Chi Minh City, kebab stalls in Istanbul to the bastions of fine dining in...
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Ho Chi Minh City
17 travel hacks you need to know
TRAVELLING can be stressful — but there are plenty of ways to make it less so. Travel site, CheapFlights, have pulled together 17 travel hacks that will help you up your game in no time. 1. Make your...
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Filmmakers being sought for festival
Western Nevada College is looking for student and independent filmmakers to submit their work for possible viewing at the Carson City International Film Festival on Feb. 5-7. To be considered for the...
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Vote yes on Minneapolis charter changes
... for a Modern Minneapolis” is a group urging city voters to “Vote Yes on 2,” a proposed charter amendment on Nov. 4 ballots liberalizing liquor licensure rules in neighborhood restaurants....
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Board of Estimate and Taxation
Margin Walkers: 13 takes on Fugazi's 13 Songs, a ...
The European tour had been punishing, and the London recording sessions would be miserable. It was December 1988 and Fugazi, fresh from its first across-the-pond trek and hoping to channel its tight,...
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FSU using bye week to heal physically and mentally
It may not be a traditional bye week, but FSU coach Jimbo Fisher will take it. The No. 2 Seminoles (7-0) are off this weekend but return to the gridiron next Thursday at Louisville, which fields the...
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This was a week for Grand Guignol, the theatrical form specializing in gore and grotesquery, first with a trip to TheatreWorks' Sweeney Todd, and the following night to the 15th annual installment of...
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Remember when you were in grade school and you made leaf prints with tempera paints? How about the crayon scribbles you covered with black paint, then scratched out Halloween cartoons? No? You didn't...
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A new career path, but always a journalist at hea...
Last month was the 16th anniversary of when the first story I ever wrote appeared in a daily newspaper. Next month, I will write my last. On Nov. 10, I will begin a new career path in my life,...
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State may reconsider Fitchburg, Brockton charter ...
MALDEN � State education officials are considering waivers for proposed charters schools in Fitchburg and Brockton that were disqualified because the school districts where they would operate are no...
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Pasties and Purrs: Internet Cat Inspires Burlesqu...
Internet cats have inspired a lot of things, including a burlesque routine. In a little more than two years of practicing the art, Melody Magpie, who requested to be addressed by her stage name, has...
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WWII hero planes land in the Lowcountry
Vintage aviation military heroes flew into the Lowcountry on Wednesday. It was all part of the living history exhibit "Wings of Freedom Tour." It's being held at the Charleston Executive Airport on...
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B-17 Flying Fortress
Sacramento County officials say they are ready to...
When Ebola swept her native Uganda in 2000 and 2001, Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Kasirye watched from afar, concerned about her homeland but already deep into training in the...
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Ad Core hosts guest speaker on Oct. 13
... Ad Core, the student advertising club at UMSL, hosted guest speaker Courtney McCall on Oct. 13, 2014. -PHOTO: Guest speaker Courtney McCall (front center) with Ad Corps members Kyle Jaggie (front...
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Volunteer Mid-South has many opportunities. If you’ve never volunteered through Volunteer Mid-South, register at volunteermidsouth.org. Click on the “Become a Member” tab. Then click on the new...
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New weekend hang out: calling all hipsters
It�s Friday night. You realize that you�re more than over the exhaustive routine of paying cover to go bar hop at the Strip or mentally preparing yourself for a night of debauchery at Baja�s. But you...
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MEO Maui County Senior Fair
Elvis in the house! That's the word from the Maui Economic Opportunity (MEO) and Maui County organizers of the 41st Annual Maui County Senior Fair on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the War Memorial Complex...
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War Memorial Complex
Three Rivers Brewery in Farmington celebrates its...
FARMINGTON — The Three Rivers Brewery will mark the brewing of its 2,000th batch of beer Friday evening with a party celebrating the launch of a limited-edition beer. The brewery will host a party at...
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