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MLive.com
English teacher takes a rap challenge and runs with itKALAMAZOO, MI – It started with the line, "Of course, I can rap. I'm an English
English teacher takes a rap challenge and runs with it
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
KALAMAZOO, MI – It started with the line, "Of course, I can rap. I'm an English teacher." It was Valerie Krzewski's natural response as a 10th grader sized her up and looked for ways to avoid what was coming in English Literature A. The class... Read more
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The Rebel Yell
The Rebel YellAnnual Chamber Music Series ends with spellbinding performance By: Drew O’Neil
The Rebel Yell
The Rebel Yell / Posted yesterday
Annual Chamber Music Series ends with spellbinding performance By: Drew O’Neil UNLV hosted a hypnotizing final performance of the season for the Chamber Music Series featuring the Amernet Quartet with singer Rachel Calloway on Thursday... Read more
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Irish Central
How poet Emily Dickinson was saved by her Irish maidMargaret Maher, Tom Kelley and Margaret's sister Mary, who married Tom. Emily
How poet Emily Dickinson was saved by her Irish maid
Irish Central / Posted 3 days ago
Margaret Maher, Tom Kelley and Margaret's sister Mary, who married Tom. Emily Dickinson's poetic prowess has been understood as the product of a reclusive lifestyle for the past one hundred and fifty years. Dickinson witnessed the shaping of a... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Lord Jeff merchandise flying off shelves amid college mascot changeAMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Amherst College is responding to criticism by changing
Lord Jeff merchandise flying off shelves amid college mascot change
WWLP Springfield / Posted 8 days ago
AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Amherst College is responding to criticism by changing their mascot. Lord Jeffery Amherst was born in 1717 and died in 1797. His last name became the name of the town, and the ‘Lord Jeff’ part was adopted as the mascot of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Unthinkable: How many emotions can one person feel?A commonly used put-down is “stop being so emotional”, and it often carries sex
Unthinkable: How many emotions can one person feel?
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
A commonly used put-down is “stop being so emotional”, and it often carries sexist undertones. But what’s wrong with being emotional? And, anyway, the command above is usually wrapped up in an emotion itself, such as anger or cold... Read more
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The Gadsden Times
LeBaron Trio to perform at Snead StateThe trio includes Melanie Williams, soprano; Laurie Middaugh, piano; and Lori A
LeBaron Trio to perform at Snead State
The Gadsden Times / Posted 15 days ago
The trio includes Melanie Williams, soprano; Laurie Middaugh, piano; and Lori Ardovino, clarinet. The repertoire for the concert includes “Shepherd on the Rock” by Franz Schubert, settings of Emily Dickinson poems, original compositions by Ardovino... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Psychology of hope: Actor’s editionPhoto from Shutterstock.com Hope by definition is an optimistic attitude of mi
Psychology of hope: Actor’s edition
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 17 days ago
Photo from Shutterstock.com Hope by definition is an optimistic attitude of mind based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and circumstances in one's life or the world at large. How Long Does One Stay Hopeful as an... Read more
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Deseret News
Edgar Allen Poe's birthday: The 34 greatest poets of all timeEdgar Allen Poe was born on this day in 1809. Poetry — one of the most importa
Edgar Allen Poe's birthday: The 34 greatest poets of all time
Deseret News / Posted 17 days ago
Edgar Allen Poe was born on this day in 1809. Poetry — one of the most important and time-honored forms of literature in the world — brought us greats like William Shakespeare and W.B. Yeats to ancient poets like Homer and Dante Alighieri to... Read more
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The New Yorker
What Is Autism?The world is unpredictable and disorderly. Sometimes your train is late; someti
What Is Autism?
The New Yorker / Posted 17 days ago
The world is unpredictable and disorderly. Sometimes your train is late; sometimes it rains when it’s not supposed to; the drugstore doesn’t have the brand of dental floss you like. Boundaries are violated and rules are ignored. The green spinach on... Read more
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The Mining Journal
New at Peter White Public Library"Here: Women Writing on Michigan's Upper Peninsula" is the second of editor Ron
New at Peter White Public Library
The Mining Journal / Posted 20 days ago
"Here: Women Writing on Michigan's Upper Peninsula" is the second of editor Ron Riekki's loving tributes to the landscape and people of the Upper Peninsula. "Here" is an anthology of short stories and poems set in the U.P. or written by women with a... Read more
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WTOC 11 Savannah
Businesses urged to implement exit strategiesWith assaults and burglaries on the rise, businesses in downtown Savannah have
Businesses urged to implement exit strategies
WTOC 11 Savannah / Posted 24 days ago
With assaults and burglaries on the rise, businesses in downtown Savannah have had to adapt to make sure not only the customer is safe, but also their employees. For the businesses that stay open late, employees may be the only few out on the... Read more
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Vineyard Gazette
Following the Language to Open Up New RoadsIn her new book of poetry Easinesses Found, Fan Ogilvie uses language to tap in
Following the Language to Open Up New Roads
Vineyard Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
In her new book of poetry Easinesses Found, Fan Ogilvie uses language to tap into a current of consciousness. The West Tisbury poet laureate for three years beginning in 2009, Mrs. Ogilvie has taught and organized poetry events on the Vineyard,... Read more
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PR.com
William Meredith Foundation Presents the 2016 Award for Poetry to Gray Jacobik The William Meredith Foundation invites writers, reporters, and press advocat
William Meredith Foundation Presents the 2016 Award for Poetry to Gray Jacobik
PR.com / Posted 29 days ago
The William Meredith Foundation invites writers, reporters, and press advocates to celebrate the 2016 William Meredith Award for Poetry presented to Gray Jacobik, who... Read more
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The Irish Times
I found my tribe at the cove in GreystonesThree-year-old Sadie says that Dadda talks with his eyes. An eye-gaze computer
I found my tribe at the cove in Greystones
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
Three-year-old Sadie says that Dadda talks with his eyes. An eye-gaze computer sounds less romantic. “I’ll ask his eyes,” she says when she wants something. “He loves me!” she exclaims like a surprise present. Love like a present is the gift we share... Read more

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