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Lech Walesa, Nobel laureate and former Polish pre...
But when Walesa finally arrives at the Washington hotel where they’re staying, Poland’s first democratically elected president is still voluble, still volatile and, at 70, still having fun keeping ’em...
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John Paul II
Captain Picard serenades with 'Let it Snow' ('Mak...
... Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET) Sometimes, social media is there to make you watch videos you would normally ignore. Enough of my friends posted a video titled "Captain Picard sings...
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Let It Snow
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Beer expert Gary Collier on Manchester pubs: Slop...
I’ve searched for many years to find the most hospitable welcome a pub can offer and I keep coming back to The Marble Arch’s sloping floor. This Rochdale Road hostelry has all the ‘pub appeal’...
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Edible Dali at iNG
Salvador Dali's fingerprints are visible throughout modern art forms — paintings, sculptures, cinema, fashion, interior design. One frontier rarely explored in interpreting the Catalan surrealist is...
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Food That Warms the Soul: The Best Food for Survi...
By HANNAH MEZHERITSKY Though as a pair of gloves and a scarf around your neck can keep you warm, there’s nothing like a full cup of your favorite winter drink to leave you feeling cozy and snug on...
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New Haven Advocate, 1975-2013
The New Haven Advocate, a weekly newspaper once known for a mix of gutsy investigative journalism, edgy political commentary, magazine-style feature writing, and savvy arts coverage, died Wednesday...
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A steep in the right direction
A steep in the right direction Tea was first discovered in 2737 BC, or so the legend goes, by the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung when Camellia sinensis leaves accidentally blew into his pot of boiling...
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Atmospherics: Smell and Sounds in Shops
So how to quickly (cheaply and efficiently) change mood? The answer is in smells and music. Both have immediate associations. They have been described as emotional provocateurs. They seem to be both...
Read more at Psychology Today
Delifonseca to deliver master class in the art of...
Stanley Street's newest bar at Delifonseca is set to deliver a series of master classes in the art of choosing and creating the perfect festive tipple. Located in the heart of the city’s business...
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ARIA Week blog - day four: The best of Sydney
Hayden Donnell is in Sydney for Aria Week, the Australian Recording Industry Association awards being held on Sunday and at which Lorde is performing. He's filing daily updates for nzherald.co.nz. A...
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Australian Recording Industry Association
Shoppers romp through Black Friday
Earlier opening times and Thankgiving spikes in online sales didn't appear to steal Black Friday's thunder throughout the region. Instead, the factors appeared to cut down on the usual craze that...
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Union Market: A one-stop shop for holiday gifts
The interior of Cordial Fine Wine & Spirits, a shop in Union Market. (Lavanya Ramanathan /The Washington Post) For many of us, an off-brand flat-screen or discount Dyson is not worth the unholy trip...
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Five things I can't live without: Caroline Quenti...
Caroline Quentin is well-known for playing Dorothy in British comedy Men Behaving Badly [REX] This year I took part in a 30-mile charity bike ride for the Devon Air Ambulance Trust. I knew I'd never...
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Happy Thanksgiving Day! Are you all-American or a...
It’s Thanksgiving Day, the annual pre-Christmas celebration which all Americans look forward to all year, while Brits look on with mild resentment as they sit at their desks as usual. But in today’s...
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In tiny Challis, Idaho couple plans co-op, jobs, ...
CHALLIS - Christopher and Debbie James have plans to turn local beef, fish and vegetables into tasty, healthy meals in the next couple of years. The Jameses already have a conference and retreat...
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Meet the S'monut - the latest in hybrid desserts
Marshmallow filling, chocolate ganache and graham cracker crumbs: Meet the S'monut, the latest in hybrid desserts If you thought the hybrid dessert trend was waning, take heart: the S'mores Doughnut...
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For the dying, hospice volunteers offer solace, c...
Late this August, two women came together to make the perfect day for June Green. Laura Carroll and Jeannelle Benek threw a tea party for "Miss June." They sent handwritten invitations to her...
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Where to Dine Out or Order Your Thanksgiving Meal...
UPPER WEST SIDE — Staying in the city for turkey day can mean catching a glimpse of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, enjoying the hum of the holiday season and avoiding flight delays among other...
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Scully lovin’ Riderville
Scully lovin’ Riderville Amember of the Green Riders’ Wall of Fame, Lawrie Skolrood could have his choice of seats at today’s 101st Grey Cup in Regina. However, the former Saskatchewan tight end...
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Top it with tea
Cool mountain air, acres of green rolling tea gardens, altitudes of 200-2,000 metres make for a heady combination - like the 10 million kilos of tea from 87 fabled gardens in Darjeeling. What makes...
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