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4/20 in Denver: The rise of a new entertainment h...
As Denver musician Wes Watkins booked springtime shows for his gospel-tinged band the Other Black, one date on the calendar took absolute priority. "I decided that we had to play 4/20," Watkins said...
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Hero of the Week: Bode Beirdneau
While the news is usually focused on hate, corruption, and crime, not all is lost. While your favorite athlete spent the weekend injecting more steroids than you could pay for with a year's salary, or...
Read more at Tucson Weekly
Where the Card Sharks Feed
Fish all start outthe same. They are bad at poker yet continue to play. By the time they reach the limits of their endurance, emotional or financial, they are poorer but seldom wiser. Those who do...
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Mystery: Spontaneous Human Combustion
There are nights, indeed entire days, where I willingly become a candidate for spontaneous human combustion. So, perhaps, it would be best not to taunt the spark and the open flame too...
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Thirty-year vacation produces myriad memories
Tomlin was right. Sort of. His compelling story and intensely local ties — he graduated from Denbigh High School and the College of William and Mary — were the sole reason I was in Florida wearing...
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UN says some asylum seekers can now be sent back ...
... - The UN's refugee agency said Tuesday it was partially lifting a call to stop returning asylum seekers to Bulgaria because conditions there had improved. Under current rules, European...
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Silva case raises some concerns
I probably call the police non-emergency line more often than most people: when I see a dangerously stalled or parked vehicle that's creating a road hazard; or a couple's argument escalating into a...
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Veteran's cross-country bike ride to recovery end...
LONG BEACH – Rob Jones reaches up to open the hotel room door. Dressed only in blue shorts, he greets a visitor, then uses his muscular arms and chest to scoot back across the room and push himself...
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Putin plays gas card in Ukraine crisis
Russia warns Europe of fuel shutdown if it doesn't help neighbour pay huge debt. A masked pro-Russian activist guards a barricade during a rally at the occupied regional administration building in...
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Be Careful What You Wish For: Lawn Care Looms Wit...
Yes, it was a long and cold winter. And yes, I whined (and wined) about it. And true, I even went to Florida for a week, so call me a *!$&%**, I deserve it. But now that it is beginning to warm up, I...
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SMITH: The sad disappearance of America’s s...
We are losing farms in this country, which essentially means that the small farmer will soon be extinct. As the little farms disappear, the big farms get bigger. Georgia, like many states these days,...
Read more at Gwinnett Daily Post
Questionable selection process for this survey
In the mail last week was a large white envelope, pretentiously addressed to “Business Owner/Manager Mark J Rushton. Since it has been decades since I could be described thus, at least other than my...
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North Korean Defector Explains What It Was Like T...
Yeonmi Park grew up in North Korea, under the watchful eye of then-leader Kim Jong-il. Though she escaped with her family when she was 15, it took her years to get over the intense brainwashing she...
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Soppressata king does it his way
... come to expect, when you're going over their house for a party, you're bringing some with you," said Joe Sernicola, whose involvement with soppressata has led to the creation of a fast-growing...
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'Fargo' 2.0: Locals brace for another round of 'y...
Aw jeez, here we go again. The yodeling accent made famous by the Oscar-winning movie “Fargo” is about to get another workout, 18 years later, in a new cable mini-series boasting the same name and...
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Brighton Ford teams up with golf club for car giv...
Lakelands Golf & Country Club has just the thing to get golfers revved up about the upcoming season. The club in Hamburg Township has partnered with Brighton Ford and will give away a two-year lease...
Read more at Livingston County Daily Press & Argus
Ukraine's Winter Of Discontent Gives Way To Sprin...
After a long winter of protests, Ukrainian activists overthrew their president in February. Now, Ukrainians are staring at the bill they have to pay. The International Monetary Fund is demanding that...
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Sometimes the harder we try the more foolish we l...
I left off last week where my National Guard outfit had arrived at Otis AFB, found it had one more company-size mess hall than it needed and turned the extra one into a break room equipped with a TV...
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Gould, Felegie honored as All-America triathletes
It takes an extreme level of endurance and athleticism to be a successful triathlete. But it requires an even deeper level of dedication and determination to become one of the best in the nation. Two...
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In The 1870s And '80s, Being A Pedestrian Was Anything But We may think of baseball as America's national pastime, but in the 1870s and 1880s there was another sports craze sweeping the nation:...
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