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Bangor Daily News
Maine writer lands prestigious Guggenheim fellowshipwitty writing about what it means to be a New Englander that recently earned he
Maine writer lands prestigious Guggenheim fellowship
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
witty writing about what it means to be a New Englander that recently earned her a Guggenheim Fellowship. “Grants of approximately $50,000 each were awarded to 22 poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers in the United States and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Documentary explores the bond between the homeless and their devoted petsTORONTO -- It was the sight of what appeared to be a homeless man in medical di
Documentary explores the bond between the homeless and their devoted pets
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
TORONTO -- It was the sight of what appeared to be a homeless man in medical distress that caught filmmaker Helene Choquette's attention. But it was his frantic dog that held her gaze -- the dog "freaked out" as onlookers walked passed without... Read more
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FOX News
Amputee mom looks forward to next feat after leading 8 men up Mt. KilimanjaroMona Patel knew only that her future would involve homemaking and possibly a lo
Amputee mom looks forward to next feat after leading 8 men up Mt. Kilimanjaro
FOX News / Posted yesterday
Mona Patel knew only that her future would involve homemaking and possibly a loveless marriage— two not unlikely products of the arranged marriage that her parents told her she would have. But when a drunk driver hit Patel as she was crossing the... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Youth council awards handed outIt's all about giving back and appreciating people. That was the goal of Tuesd
Youth council awards handed out
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted yesterday
It's all about giving back and appreciating people. That was the goal of Tuesday night's City of Grande Prairie Youth Council Awards at Teresa Sargent Hall where about 40 people gathered to honour organizations that guide youth in a positive... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Filmmaker, citizens group challenge National Fuel’s proposed pipeline projectJosh Fox traveled the world seeking answers about climate change for his new do
Filmmaker, citizens group challenge National Fuel’s proposed pipeline project
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
Josh Fox traveled the world seeking answers about climate change for his new documentary. Fox grinded his way through jungles in Peru and Ecuador, rode a homemade pontoon boat by South Pacific islands, interviewed asthmatic children in the smog of... Read more
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indieWIRE
SeriesFest: Indie TV Continues to Rise With Pilot Competition Line-Upare Kim Cattrall, Golden Globe Award-winning Actress; Pablo Schreiber, Emmy Awa
SeriesFest: Indie TV Continues to Rise With Pilot Competition Line-Up
indieWIRE / Posted 2 days ago
are Kim Cattrall, Golden Globe Award-winning Actress; Pablo Schreiber, Emmy Award-nominated Actor and Janet Pierson: Head of Film, SXSW. "Aeris" (World Premiere) Creator: Lukas Huffman Cast: Lanie McAuley, Elise Gatien, Taylor Godber A... Read more
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New York Magazine
In the Battle at SeaWorld, the Whales Have WonTilikum, the orca linked to three violent deaths, at SeaWorld Orlando in 2010.
In the Battle at SeaWorld, the Whales Have Won
New York Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
Tilikum, the orca linked to three violent deaths, at SeaWorld Orlando in 2010. As charismatic megafauna go, Tilikum is one of the most charismatic, the most mega. He’s big (22 and a half feet long, approximately 12,000 pounds). He’s old (35,... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Accent - 'Murdered eyeball to eyeball'for good people to commit evil acts? Like, very evil acts - massacre by machete
Sudbury Accent - 'Murdered eyeball to eyeball'
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 days ago
for good people to commit evil acts? Like, very evil acts - massacre by machete and spiked club, rape and the butchering of children. Twenty-two years ago, on April 7, Rwanda, a tiny land-locked country in central Africa, descended into a Hades... Read more
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Calgary Sun
With First Nations snub, Trudeau shows contempt for mediagoing back to John A. Macdonald but on Thursday, Justin Trudeau took prime mini
With First Nations snub, Trudeau shows contempt for media
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 days ago
going back to John A. Macdonald but on Thursday, Justin Trudeau took prime ministerial contempt for the country's news organizations to new heights. Trudeau made what is an unequivocally historic visit to a First Nations community in crisis.... Read more
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SportingNews
SN Exclusive: How Bruce Boudreau orchestrated another remarkable turnaroundNASHVILLE — His knees were sore, and his face was a few different shades of red
SN Exclusive: How Bruce Boudreau orchestrated another remarkable turnaround
SportingNews / Posted 8 days ago
NASHVILLE — His knees were sore, and his face was a few different shades of red, a complexion quirk he’s often been associated with in moments of televised elation or anger. There was an anonymous, unremarkable chair sitting alone in the bowels of... Read more
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BC Local News
Highland’s Earth Day Conference a successto bring known GMO activist Rachel Parent from Toronto as the keynote speaker f
Highland’s Earth Day Conference a success
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
to bring known GMO activist Rachel Parent from Toronto as the keynote speaker for the conference. According to Parent’s organization and research, approximately 70 per cent of the foods we now eat contain genetically modified organisms and many... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Highland’s Earth Day Conference a successto bring known GMO activist Rachel Parent from Toronto as the keynote speaker f
Highland’s Earth Day Conference a success
Comox Valley Record / Posted 9 days ago
to bring known GMO activist Rachel Parent from Toronto as the keynote speaker for the conference. According to Parent’s organization and research, approximately 70 per cent of the foods we now eat contain genetically modified organisms and many... Read more
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Darien News-Review
LA Film Festival Unveils Fiction, Documentary Competition TitlesToday the LA Film Festival, produced by Film Independent, the non-profit arts o
LA Film Festival Unveils Fiction, Documentary Competition Titles
Darien News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
Today the LA Film Festival, produced by Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that also produces the Film Independent Spirit Awards, unveiled the official U.S. Fiction, Documentary, World Fiction, Nightfall and LA Muse sections. The 2016... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The shelter that gives wine to alcoholics | Tina RosenbergOn a grey January morning at 9.15, residents of the Oaks shelter for the homele
The shelter that gives wine to alcoholics | Tina Rosenberg
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 10 days ago
On a grey January morning at 9.15, residents of the Oaks shelter for the homeless started lining up, coffee mugs in hand, at a yellow linoleum counter. At half past the hour, the pour began. The Oaks’ residents are hard-core alcoholics. They line up... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Gibara's Low Budget Film Festival Loyal to Humberto SolasThe 12th Int'l Low-Budget Film Festival staled for the coastal city of Gibara (
Gibara's Low Budget Film Festival Loyal to Humberto Solas
Radio Angulo / Posted 22 days ago
The 12th Int'l Low-Budget Film Festival staled for the coastal city of Gibara (20-24 of April) will follow the same spirit of its founder, late Cuban filmmaker Humberto Solas, the organizers announced. Cuba: Filmmaker Julio Garcia Espinosa Dies in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Trade in Albino Body Parts Shocking!Melissa Stanford is 14 years old and dreams of becoming a lawyer. The sixth-gra
Trade in Albino Body Parts Shocking!
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
Melissa Stanford is 14 years old and dreams of becoming a lawyer. The sixth-grade student lives at a residential school run by the Our Lady of Kilimanjaro Sisters in northern Tanzania, where she is at the top of her class and helps the sisters take... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canadian business leaders take aim at sugarto use more transparent labels so Canadians know just how much sugar they're co
Canadian business leaders take aim at sugar
Calgary Sun / Posted 29 days ago
to use more transparent labels so Canadians know just how much sugar they're consuming. Indigo's CEO and the former CEO of Lululemon are making sugar one of their main targets as they fight to change industry standards. Sugar is the enemy, said... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
‘Sugar is in everything’: CEOs call for better food labellingto use more transparent labels so Canadians know just how much sugar they’re co
‘Sugar is in everything’: CEOs call for better food labelling
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
to use more transparent labels so Canadians know just how much sugar they’re consuming. Indigo’s CEO and the former CEO of Lululemon are making sugar one of their main targets as they fight to change industry standards. Sugar is the enemy, said... Read more
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CTV News
Indigo, ex-Lululemon CEOs call for transparent food labellingto use more transparent labels so Canadians know just how much sugar they're co
Indigo, ex-Lululemon CEOs call for transparent food labelling
CTV News / Posted 29 days ago
to use more transparent labels so Canadians know just how much sugar they're consuming. Indigo's CEO and the former CEO of Lululemon are making sugar one of their main targets as they fight to change industry standards. Sugar is the enemy, said... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Mamaroneck
'Beneath The Helmet' Screens In Mamaroneck With Talk By Former ParatrooperN.Y. -- Larchmont resident Daniel Scopp, a former paratrooper in the Israel Def
'Beneath The Helmet' Screens In Mamaroneck With Talk By Former Paratrooper
The Daily Voice - Mamaroneck / Posted 1 months ago
N.Y. -- Larchmont resident Daniel Scopp, a former paratrooper in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), will speak at a screening of the documentary, "Beneath the Helmet: From High School to the Home Front," on Wednesday, April 13 at the Westchester... Read more
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BC Local News
Canadian films gaining in popularityhighest grossing film last year was a Québécois animated feature Snowtime — gro
Canadian films gaining in popularity
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
highest grossing film last year was a Québécois animated feature Snowtime — grossing almost $4 million dollars. Never heard of it? Well, you're not alone. Canadian film has always struggled against our southern neighbours who generally have bigger... Read more

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