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Scout builds bat house at Quabbin to help species...
NEW SALEM � Liam Cleary spent a brisk Earth Day morning two miles beyond Quabbin's Gate 29, helping to dig a hole three feet deep. By morning's end, that hole would provide a solid foundation for a...
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JHS Videography Program Teaches English In Motion
The videography program at Jamestown High School offers participants a chance to explore the works of Emily Dickenson, Pablo Naruda and all the trappings of a traditional class, but adds in the...
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In case you missed it...
If you missed this morning's Brekkie Wrap here is what is happening... 8:25AM: Four people have been hospitalised following a crash on the state’s South Coast yesterday morning. 8:20AM: Police have...
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The Young Witness
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Friday, April 24, 2015
Overnight news and the latest from around regional Australia. This morning's beautiful photo of the rotunda in Machattie Park was taken by Pamela Frape. If you have a photo you would like to share...
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Celebrate National Poetry Month by taking time fo...
Editors' Note: In honor of National Poetry Month we offer the following Daily Press editorial, which originally ran April 3, 2012. "Poets aren't very useful/Because they aren't consumeful or very...
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Sing it loud with St. Maries Musica
St. Maries Musica’s spring season will start with a performance Saturday afternoon at Historic St. Mary’s City under the vaulted ceiling of the reconstructed brick chapel. “It’s a gorgeous venue,”...
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Baltimore's Youth Poet Laureate Wants To Discuss ...
YVONNE WENGER The Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE (AP) — Growing up biracial in Baltimore, Derick Ebert said he’s still trying to define his identity. He uses his poetry to find his place. In a city that...
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Jungle Fever in Peru
The vegetation is so dense that our guide Luis, who grew up in the Amazon, informed us that a machete is ‘your second wife’ in the rainforest, explaining jokingly that you cannot live without it. He...
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CU Denver professors represent Colorado
MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY HITS REPUBLIC PLAZA In honor of the Month of Photography, Denver’s Republic Plaza is housing, from now until May 5, PHOTO-SYNTHESIS: SW VOICES. The photo exhibit, inspired by the...
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City's first youth poet laureate wants to use voi...
Growing up biracial in Baltimore, Derick Ebert said he's still trying to define his identity. He uses his poetry to find his place. In a city that grapples with racial divides — the police...
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Author James Sulzer Speaks At Darien Library
DARIEN, Conn. -- Author James Sulzer will discuss his new novel, "The Voice at the Door," at the Darien Library at 7 p.m. Thursday. "The Voice at the Door" is a fictional re-creation of the meeting...
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EIGHINGER: Spring's not necessarily all that great
Spring has finally sprung. The temperatures are now regularly flirting with the 70s, and on some days it's almost muggy. The Cardinals are playing baseball again, and the Cubs are trying. What's...
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Denver neighborhood called one of the 10 most bea...
Take a moment to stop and look around Denver, and it's nearly impossible not to see beauty in some fashion. Between aesthetically pleasing buildings that contrast between modern and rustic...
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Finding a missing person the old fashioned way
Editor’s note: This column was written before searchers found the body of missing boater Daniel Newberg, 28, of Havelock, in Broad Creek near Fairfield Harbour, about 6 miles north of Flanners Beach...
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The joy of being ginger
In Ancient Egypt, according to the Egyptian historian Manetho, redheaded men were sometimes sacrificed by being burned alive to appease the gods. Judas, Christ’s betrayer, was often depicted with red...
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The Woman Behind MyFitnessPal Says If You Don't S...
Until about a year ago, it didn’t even have a marketing team. But it didn’t take content guru Tara-Nicholle Nelson long to put her stamp on the already booming company. When Nelson first took on...
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32 Amazing Things About Having A Sister
As any book lover knows, reading provides an ability to escape. Whether it's for a few minutes before bed, on the hour-long bus ride to work or even a full day under the sun -- books and the stories...
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Stamford's Best Bets
Entertainment and adventures await. Here are some best bets for the weekend and week ahead. On display "Nature Talk," Loft Artists Association 575 Pacific St., Stamford. Free. Artists reception Fri...
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EYE FOR PHOTOS: Lizzie Orlofsky was awarded the T...
Charles Henderson High School senior Lizzie Orlofsky is the recipient of the 2015 Troy Arts Council Scholarship. The scholarship is given annually by the TAC in memory of Troy artist Jean Lake. The...
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Ela Orleans: to Upper Hell and back
Orleans' sixth album is a heavenly record about hell. It sees the Poland-raised, Glasgow-based musician and composer team up with producer Howie B, whose credits include Tricky, Bjork, U2 and...
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