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The Brockton Enterprise
Real estate sales in the Brockton area, Sept. 16Smith to Annmarie Tingley, 21 Overton St., $310,000 Palm Richard L. Est and St
Real estate sales in the Brockton area, Sept. 16
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 9 days ago
Smith to Annmarie Tingley, 21 Overton St., $310,000 Palm Richard L. Est and Steven R. Palm to Christopher P. McMahon, 111 Emory St., $257,900 David M. Hern and Mary E. Hern to Kayla D. Walsh, 50 Monson St., $285,000 Jocelyn Thomas to Carline... Read more
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metro
Here's how you can work out if your colleague is a psychopathwe’re not talking the sort of psychopath that dreams of brutally murdering you
Here's how you can work out if your colleague is a psychopath
metro / Posted 12 days ago
we’re not talking the sort of psychopath that dreams of brutally murdering you and your colleagues with listening to Huey Lewis and the News. The psychopaths that are most likely to cross your path will display the common traits typically... Read more
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Billboard
Chance the Rapper's Festival Co-Producer on Creating a 'Small Ninja Team [for] When Artists Have Crazy Ideas'as a concert venue -- Luba can take his place in their ranks. Born and raised
Chance the Rapper's Festival Co-Producer on Creating a 'Small Ninja Team [for] When Artists Have Crazy Ideas'
Billboard / Posted 16 days ago
as a concert venue -- Luba can take his place in their ranks. Born and raised on Long Island, Luba, 46, booked music for Emory University in Atlanta as a student. Following his two-year stint at Cellar Door, Luba moved to Athens, Ga., to launch... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Gap between old and new civil rights activists is widening: 'Some unlovable little brats out there'the civil rights era. Elders have chided millennials for their attitudes, tacti
Gap between old and new civil rights activists is widening: 'Some unlovable little brats out there'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
the civil rights era. Elders have chided millennials for their attitudes, tactics and lack of concrete demands. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia, who was beaten by Alabama state troopers on the 1965 civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, drew heat... Read more

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