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Holy Haystacks! Researchers Have Officially Disco...
Haystack in the Evening Sun," 1891, by, that's right, Claude Monet Researchers at the University of Jyväskylä in the Department of Mathematical Information Technology have officially confirmed what...
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Sharon Owens on leadership: Success can be measur...
Sharon Owens is CEO of Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility Inc., which operates the Southwest Community Center. She came to Syracuse from Geneva as a student, majoring in economics at Syracuse...
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Return to Splendor: Sam Gilliam's art is more rel...
Maybe you’ve heard of Sam Gilliam. Maybe you’ve seen his work, but it’s been a while. Right now, the art world is rediscovering the painter for the first or second or maybe third time. Once again,...
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NC travels to DC for arts advocacy day
NC travels to DC for arts advocacy day Arts N.C. joins other groups to advocate for funding in Washington, D.C., this week. By Morgan Vickers | Published 14 minutes ago In North Carolina, art isn’t...
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Martial arts fighting fireman charged with steali...
... collecting more than $82,000 through a disability pension while teaching jiujitsu and participating in a mixed martial arts competition, the state Attorney General’s Office...
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'It's the Free State hospital that killed my husb...
The last memory Maritsa Balanco (40) has of the man she loved is four men carrying his body out of the Dihlabeng Regional Hospital in the Free State amid the “stench of rotten, wet bodily...
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Clash of the beasts
A title of a work of art works as a cue, a reference, a connection, an analogy. Yuree Kensaku named her most recent work When The Elephants Fight, The Grass Gets Trampled. She thinks in symbols. She...
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Graduates should work towards improving our educational system, said P. Ramasamy, Dean of SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, while delivering the Graduation Day address at Nehru Memorial College. He...
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Rolls-Royce Shows EVERYONE What A Truly Opulent I...
... a quick picture. It's a trip. Everything is beautiful, everything is unbelievably well crafted and it is easily the most relaxing and comfortable ride you can find in an automobile today. No one...
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AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EST
... well. That was Dec. 22, 1928. The vessel was never heard from again. There were reports of a "phantom ship" spotted through the haze, but searches of the icy waters turned up nothing. A...
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Hand-painted porcelain popularized in 19th century
Porcelain was first seen in England at the beginning of the 17th century when the East India Company began bringing in huge shiploads of Oriental goods. Chest after chest of “China and Japan ware” was...
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Holocaust survivor to speak at UCA
Holocaust survivor Gideon Frieder will share his survival story Monday on the University of Central Arkansas campus in Conway, the university said. Frieder’s father was a rabbi in Slovakia at the...
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Want a Job in Silicon Valley After Yale? Good Luc...
... Max Nova, a technology entrepreneur, graduated from Yale University, as did his father and grandfather. Yet Nova couldn't convince his sister or twin brothers to accept offers of...
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Individuals, organizations honored for innovation
URBANA — Cathy Singer's emphasis on both work and family was brought home at the annual Innovation Celebration event Tuesday. Singer, the site manager for Yahoo in Champaign, won the Entrepreneurial...
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