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Daily Mail
Have we found a new kind of black hole?just after the big bang Mass is in line with a theory suggesting they could ma
Have we found a new kind of black hole?
Daily Mail / Posted 7 minutes ago
just after the big bang Mass is in line with a theory suggesting they could make up dark matter Future detections made by Einstein Telescope will give an answer Earlier this year, gravitational waves were found in what was called the 'discovery... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Soak city: More water at SeaWorldracing is encouraged and another area for Lego video games. The space, still f
Soak city: More water at SeaWorld
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 37 minutes ago
racing is encouraged and another area for Lego video games. The space, still fronted by the large Lego'd head of Albert Einstein, now includes an eatery that serves paninis. Friends texted me this week with a cool find, literally. They were... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Soak city: More water at SeaWorldracing is encouraged and another area for Lego video games. The space, still f
Soak city: More water at SeaWorld
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 55 minutes ago
racing is encouraged and another area for Lego video games. The space, still fronted by the large Lego'd head of Albert Einstein, now includes an eatery that serves paninis. Friends texted me this week with a cool find, literally. They were... Read more
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ajc.com
An airport Starbucks closing, 29 places to get coffee at...C Atlanta Bread Company Two Starbucks (near Gates C16 and C37) CONCOURSE D
An airport Starbucks closing, 29 places to get coffee at...
ajc.com / Posted an hour ago
C Atlanta Bread Company Two Starbucks (near Gates C16 and C37) CONCOURSE D The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Einstein Bros. Bagels Food Network Kitchen Harvest & Grounds CONCOURSE E Caribou Coffee Goldbergs Bagel Cafe CONCOURSE... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
West Ham - Europa League -NK Domazale (a)I need to keep the players realistic. The Europa League lowers your chances in
West Ham - Europa League -NK Domazale (a)
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 4 hours ago
I need to keep the players realistic. The Europa League lowers your chances in the Premier League. "You don`t have to be Einstein to realise that. Look at Liverpool last season, 100 per cent it did not help them - but we want to take that... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Westport
RHHC Medical Director Brings History Of Service To Area Palliative CareMedicine, Hospice and Palliative Care, Pain Medicine and Addiction Medicine. F
RHHC Medical Director Brings History Of Service To Area Palliative Care
The Daily Voice - Westport / Posted 7 hours ago
Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Care, Pain Medicine and Addiction Medicine. Formerly on the faculty of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Randy was promoted to Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry. Prior to coming... Read more
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TribLIVE
Personality Test: Heather Terrellat schools and libraries across the country. In October 2016, Terrell will aga
Personality Test: Heather Terrell
TribLIVE / Posted 11 hours ago
at schools and libraries across the country. In October 2016, Terrell will again change directions, with “The Other Einstein,” (under the name Marie Benedict), a fictionalized biography of Mitza Maric, Albert Einstein's wife who also was a... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
These 5 mind-melting thought experiments helped Albert Einstein come up with his most revolutionary scientific ideasAlbert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed
These 5 mind-melting thought experiments helped Albert Einstein come up with his most revolutionary scientific ideas
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 14 hours ago
Albert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed the landscape of science by introducing revolutionary concepts that shook our understanding of the physical world. One of Einstein's most defining qualities was his... Read more
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The Forward
Yeshiva Says Nick Muzin Not a Candidate for School PresidentYeshiva’s bond rating as a result of the troubles. Muzin, who served as deputy
Yeshiva Says Nick Muzin Not a Candidate for School President
The Forward / Posted 16 hours ago
Yeshiva’s bond rating as a result of the troubles. Muzin, who served as deputy chief of staff to Cruz’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, is a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Yale Law School, as well as Y... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Local Students Travel To Iowa To Promote K-12 Computer Science EducationMichael Stone, Public Education Foundation’s new STEM director of Innovative Le
Local Students Travel To Iowa To Promote K-12 Computer Science Education
The Chattanoogan / Posted 18 hours ago
Michael Stone, Public Education Foundation’s new STEM director of Innovative Learning, who last year was an Albert Einstein Fellow at the National Science Foundation, and Kim Stanley, language arts teacher at STEM School Chattanooga, also... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Former Walnut teacher pays it forwardI still miss the challenge, excitement and considerable rewards of teaching you
Former Walnut teacher pays it forward
Bureau County Republican / Posted 19 hours ago
I still miss the challenge, excitement and considerable rewards of teaching young people.” Glaser went on to say: “Albert Einstein said it best: ‘A hundred times a day, I remind myself that my inner and outer life are based on the labors of other... Read more
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The Seattle Times
TV Picks for July 27: ‘Sing It On’ a cappella competition on Popto its core, and Barry and Molly respond in vastly different ways. “Another Pe
TV Picks for July 27: ‘Sing It On’ a cappella competition on Pop
The Seattle Times / Posted 21 hours ago
to its core, and Barry and Molly respond in vastly different ways. “Another Period,” 10 p.m. (Comedy Central): Albert Einstein visits Bellacourt Manor and Beatrice helps him solve a complex equation. “House Hunters International,” 10:30 p.m.... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
5 of Albert Einstein’s thought experiments that revolutionized scienceAlbert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed
5 of Albert Einstein’s thought experiments that revolutionized science
Stamford Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
Albert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed the landscape of science by introducing revolutionary concepts that shook our understanding of the physical world. One of Einstein's most defining qualities was his... Read more
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Connecticut Post
5 of Albert Einstein’s thought experiments that revolutionized scienceAlbert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed
5 of Albert Einstein’s thought experiments that revolutionized science
Connecticut Post / Posted 22 hours ago
Albert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed the landscape of science by introducing revolutionary concepts that shook our understanding of the physical world. One of Einstein's most defining qualities was his... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Discovering the 'final frontier' of our universeuniverse expands by 1% in three cardinal directions every 145 million years, Sc
Discovering the 'final frontier' of our universe
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 23 hours ago
universe expands by 1% in three cardinal directions every 145 million years, Schlegel said. A hundred years ago, Albert Einstein had a theory about the universe called the cosmological constant. He thought the universe was static. Edwin Hubble... Read more
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Swissinfo
Kalam, not Modi, was the real rock starKalam visited almost of all of Switzerland’s science-related attractions. The p
Kalam, not Modi, was the real rock star
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
Kalam visited almost of all of Switzerland’s science-related attractions. The physicist president first visited Albert Einstein’s former home in Bern. It was exactly 100 years ago in this modest apartment that Einstein churned out some of his... Read more
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Daily Mail
5AM - How an early menopause can raise the risk of type 2 diabetesimmediately brings on the menopause, as the body’s method for producing the oes
5AM - How an early menopause can raise the risk of type 2 diabetes
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
immediately brings on the menopause, as the body’s method for producing the oestrogen hormone is removed. Dr Gillian Einstein of Toronto University, an expert in the way dementia hits women, said oestrogen has a protective impact on the... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Oscar to cut network in half next yearPrEP Expanding on city and state efforts to control the spread of HIV, researc
Oscar to cut network in half next year
Crain's New York Business / Posted yesterday
PrEP Expanding on city and state efforts to control the spread of HIV, researchers at Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Columbia University Medical Center are working to find the best combination of interventions... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Oscar to cut network in half next yearPrEPExpanding on city and state efforts to control the spread of HIV, researche
Oscar to cut network in half next year
Crain's New York Business / Posted yesterday
PrEPExpanding on city and state efforts to control the spread of HIV, researchers at Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Columbia University Medical Center are working to find the best combination of interventions... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Arsenic & Old Lace at the Theatre Royal theatre review | Nottingham Postcasting is also spot-on with Andrew Ryan as the comically sadistic Jonathan, an
Arsenic & Old Lace at the Theatre Royal theatre review | Nottingham Post
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
casting is also spot-on with Andrew Ryan as the comically sadistic Jonathan, and Andrew Fettes as his fawning sidekick Dr Einstein – "Hermann, not Albert". Jonathan, an unwilling Boris Karloff lookalike since Einstein's latest, and badly botched,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Former BBC man Andy West hints he's relived to be out as he finishes fourth in Big Brotherthere had to be an enemy, someone they don't like, and that was me." Mr West c
Former BBC man Andy West hints he's relived to be out as he finishes fourth in Big Brother
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
there had to be an enemy, someone they don't like, and that was me." Mr West claimed some of the housemates regarded him as intelligent as Albert Einstein, and he added that he had been "a little better educated" than some of his fellow contesta... Read more
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Times of Malta
The origin of humanismtogether with so many of the manuscripts that contained them, they could have s
The origin of humanism
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
together with so many of the manuscripts that contained them, they could have set back the advance of science by centuries. Einstein might have had to do the work of Newton. There was nothing that humanists enjoyed more than a good squabble. They... Read more
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Perth Now
Co-working: Fad or future of Adelaide business?pumpkin pasta and ping pong. Though the physical spaces are often quite inspiri
Co-working: Fad or future of Adelaide business?
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
pumpkin pasta and ping pong. Though the physical spaces are often quite inspiring aesthetically – Hub has Roald Dahl and Einstein quotes scribbled on chalkboards hanging on the toilet doors – it’s the people working within those spaces that make... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Andy West comes fourth in Big Brother final as he reveals relief at getting outis a fab result for him seeing as he could easily have been Annihilated #BBUK
Andy West comes fourth in Big Brother final as he reveals relief at getting out
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
is a fab result for him seeing as he could easily have been Annihilated #BBUK 'They talked about me like I was Albert Einstein' - wee Andy, I feel like my heart is broken that he's fourth #bbuk And there was backlash against those who had... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cattle market under pressure as margins tightenof cattle was being passed on at the retail end but he said there was a roadblo
Cattle market under pressure as margins tighten
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
of cattle was being passed on at the retail end but he said there was a roadblock — the consumer! "You don't have to be Einstein to work out that if you're on a family budget and you walk into a butcher shop where chicken breast fillets $10 a... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Five Ways To Optimise Your Workspace For Productivitythe Clutter Before It Kills You There is a long history of creatives and think
Five Ways To Optimise Your Workspace For Productivity
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
the Clutter Before It Kills You There is a long history of creatives and thinkers with cluttered desks. As Albert Einstein once so eloquently put it: If a cluttered desk signs a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Removing ovaries raises dementia riskimmediately brings on the menopause, as the body's method for producing the oes
Removing ovaries raises dementia risk
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
immediately brings on the menopause, as the body's method for producing the oestrogen hormone is removed. Dr Gillian Einstein of Toronto University, an expert in the way dementia hits women, said oestrogen has a protective impact on the... Read more
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Lifehacker
Five Ways to Optimize Your Workspace for Productivitythe Clutter Before It Kills You There is a long history of creatives and think
Five Ways to Optimize Your Workspace for Productivity
Lifehacker / Posted yesterday
the Clutter Before It Kills You There is a long history of creatives and thinkers with cluttered desks. As Albert Einstein once so eloquently put it: “If a cluttered desk signs a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The Life-Changing Habit of Progressive Leadersto build rockets and traveling to Mars to reading books like "The Hitchhiker's
The Life-Changing Habit of Progressive Leaders
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
to build rockets and traveling to Mars to reading books like "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams; "Einstein: His Life and Universe" by Walter Isaacson; and "Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down" by J.E. Gordon. If you... Read more
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Negros Chronicle
NegrosChronicle.comthe most of the opportunities given us. Everyone�s brain has the same thinking
NegrosChronicle.com
Negros Chronicle / Posted yesterday
the most of the opportunities given us. Everyone�s brain has the same thinking capacity as that of Thomas Edison or Albert Einstein or any other great thinkers and inventors. All the brain needs is exercise to make it come alive with thousands of... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The Life-Changing Habit of Progressive Leadersto build rockets and traveling to Mars to reading books like "The Hitchhiker's
The Life-Changing Habit of Progressive Leaders
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
to build rockets and traveling to Mars to reading books like "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams; "Einstein: His Life and Universe" by Walter Isaacson; and "Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down" by J.E. Gordon. If you... Read more
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The Forward
Nick Muzin, Ex-Ted Cruz Campaign Official,, Is Candidate for Yeshiva U. Presidentof staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year. Nick Muzin, who
Nick Muzin, Ex-Ted Cruz Campaign Official,, Is Candidate for Yeshiva U. President
The Forward / Posted 2 days ago
of staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year. Nick Muzin, who earned a medical degree at Yeshiva’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has met the head of the search committee multiple times in the effort to find a successor to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Astronomers find new, ancient source of gravitational lensinggalaxy that is too faint for us to see." The distinct features for the system
Astronomers find new, ancient source of gravitational lensing
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
galaxy that is too faint for us to see." The distinct features for the system (several bright knots, an arc, a complete Einstein ring) arise from the nice alignment of the central lens galaxy and both sources, creating an eye-like structure... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Deer chases terrified dog across parkvideo has emerged of a dog getting chased and nearly tackled over by a deer. T
Deer chases terrified dog across park
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
video has emerged of a dog getting chased and nearly tackled over by a deer. The footage, captured at a park in Oxford, Mississippi on Sunday, shows 'Einstein' the Aussiedoodle running desperately towards his owner while being pursued by... Read more
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Daily Mail
Ancient ‘eye’ in the skybecause massive objects bend the spacetime around them, making light travel in
Ancient ‘eye’ in the sky
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
because massive objects bend the spacetime around them, making light travel in a different path. It was first proposed by Einstein in his theory of General Relativity. Named 'The Eye of Horus', this ancient eye in the sky will help us understand... Read more
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The Forward
Nick Muzin, Ted Cruz Campaign Official,, Is Candidate for Yeshiva U. Presidentof staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year. Nick Muzin, who
Nick Muzin, Ted Cruz Campaign Official,, Is Candidate for Yeshiva U. President
The Forward / Posted 2 days ago
of staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year. Nick Muzin, who earned a medical degree at Yeshiva’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has met the head of the search committee multiple times in the effort to find a successor to... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Why today's Girl Scouts may become tomorrow's engineers and scientistsdraw pictures of what a scientist looks like. At the program's start, almost al
Why today's Girl Scouts may become tomorrow's engineers and scientists
Dallas Morning News / Posted 2 days ago
draw pictures of what a scientist looks like. At the program's start, almost all of them draw male scientists, many Albert Einstein characters with crazy hair. But by the end, she said, many draw women - and portraits of themselves. Bartkowski... Read more
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The Forward
Yeshiva U’s Search for a New President: Is A Ted Cruz Aide the Answer?of staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year. Nick Muzin, who
Yeshiva U’s Search for a New President: Is A Ted Cruz Aide the Answer?
The Forward / Posted 2 days ago
of staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year. Nick Muzin, who earned a medical degree at Yeshiva’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has met the head of the search committee multiple times in the effort to find a successor to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Women who have ovaries removed have a greater risk of dementiaimmediately brings on the menopause, as the body’s method for producing the oes
Women who have ovaries removed have a greater risk of dementia
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
immediately brings on the menopause, as the body’s method for producing the oestrogen hormone is removed. Dr Gillian Einstein of Toronto University, an expert in the way dementia hits women, said oestrogen has a protective impact on the... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
BC Summer Games close with an energetic bangoutfits and highly choreographed moves to the stage. And Floor Play, a hip hop
BC Summer Games close with an energetic bang
Aldergrove Star / Posted 2 days ago
outfits and highly choreographed moves to the stage. And Floor Play, a hip hop dance crew grooved to beats laid down by DJ Einstein. School board trustee Rhonda Pauls told the crowd these were the fifth BC Games she attended and she assured them... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beera starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beer
Greenwich Time / Posted 2 days ago
a starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby for a job requiring someone to be the Einstein of beer. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2016. There are plenty of other areas of expertise you can find work... Read more
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The News-Times
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beera starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beer
The News-Times / Posted 2 days ago
a starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby for a job requiring someone to be the Einstein of beer. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2016. There are plenty of other areas of expertise you can find work... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beera starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beer
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
a starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby for a job requiring someone to be the Einstein of beer. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2016. There are plenty of other areas of expertise you can find work... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beera starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beer
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 2 days ago
a starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby for a job requiring someone to be the Einstein of beer. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2016. There are plenty of other areas of expertise you can find work... Read more
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The New Canaan News
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beera starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beer
The New Canaan News / Posted 2 days ago
a starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby for a job requiring someone to be the Einstein of beer. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2016. There are plenty of other areas of expertise you can find work... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beera starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby
The Smithsonian Museum needs an expert on beer
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
a starting pay just over $64,000 a year (plus benefits), that's not too shabby for a job requiring someone to be the Einstein of beer. The deadline to apply is August 10, 2016. There are plenty of other areas of expertise you can find work... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Here's what's replacing Berryhill in Montroseshared a photo of the Yucatan Taco Stand signage going up at 3407 Montrose, in
Here's what's replacing Berryhill in Montrose
Houston Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
shared a photo of the Yucatan Taco Stand signage going up at 3407 Montrose, in the same strip center as Starbucks and Einstein Bros. Bagels. Yucatan Taco Stand is a small chain launched by the late founder of Fuzzy's Tacos, Paul Willis. The... Read more
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British Vogue
Vogue Meets Levi's Historian, Tracey Panekhistory. This happened to me while I was visiting London. I learned that a Levi
Vogue Meets Levi's Historian, Tracey Panek
British Vogue / Posted 2 days ago
history. This happened to me while I was visiting London. I learned that a Levi Strauss & Co. leather jacket worn by Albert Einstein was going to be up for auction. I went to Christie's Auction House to see it and ended being the successful bidder.... Read more
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FOX News
The unexplored brain: Nearly 100 uncharted areas revealedhe told Live Science. "This is an amazing body of work," said Sophie Molholm,
The unexplored brain: Nearly 100 uncharted areas revealed
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
he told Live Science. "This is an amazing body of work," said Sophie Molholm, a cognitive neuroscientist at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, who was not involved in a new study. This new fine-grained map of the brain could... Read more
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Football365
Serious mails: Is it because they are black?I’m not absolutely thrilled about the prospect of a fit Daniel Sturridge workin
Serious mails: Is it because they are black?
Football365 / Posted 3 days ago
I’m not absolutely thrilled about the prospect of a fit Daniel Sturridge working with Jurgen Klopp. I don’t need to quote Einstein to prove that people much smarter than me are pretty adamant that we should consider the things we maybe don’t want... Read more
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