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Five Things You Don't Know About Alcohol
Absinthe may make the heart grow fonder, but it does not cause hallucinations, epileptic attacks or madness. The herbal liqueur absinthe rose to popularity as an alcoholic drink in late 19th century...
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FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
ARIES (March 21-April 19) Sometimes I think too fast and too much. My logic gets sterile. My ideas become jagged and tangled. When this happens, I head off to Turtle Back Hill for a hike through the...
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South Florida, a Premier Destination Year Round, ...
This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.SOURCE: When contemplating thoughts of shoveling snow...
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What happens to environmental costs in a bankrupt...
... did you go bankrupt?” Bill asked. “Two ways,” Mike said. “Gradually and then suddenly.” The Sun Also Rises –
Those living in Southeastern Michigan are probably learning more...
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The Sun Also Rises
\'Gran Turismo\' video-game creator has street na...
Having a street named after a person is usually reserved for historical figures. But for the city of Ronda in Spain, it seems Gran Turismo�video-game creator Kazunori Yamauchi qualifies for that...
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Insurance Agent To Forbes 400 Concedes Understati...
The Bombardier Challenger 604, what an insurance agent to the Forbes 400 drives. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) When the chartered airplane that was to fly him from Orange County, Cal. to Wichita, Kan....
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Allan Massie: McIlvanney recognition well deserved
Author’s works represent all that is good and admirable in Scotland and deserve to stand the test of time, writes Allan Massie There is something of George Orwell in William McIlvanney. They even...
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jeff bezos posts on CNET
Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos started his online retail company selling books and continues to have a passion for bookselling as well as almost anything consumable that can be bought...
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The Classic Martini
Most people think that anything served in a long-stemmed "V" shaped glass is a martini. To purists, a martini is gin and vermouth-nothing more, nothing less. Or is it? The modern definition of a...
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New Times Bureau Chief Expected To Shake Up Washi...
NEW YORK -- On the afternoon of Nov. 20, Carolyn Ryan stood in front of her future office in the Washington bureau of The New York Times and told staffers why the legacy of famed literary editor...
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Why Belgium arouses suspicion – and should an ath...
David Tang, entrepreneur and founder of ICorrect, offers advice on questions about property, interiors – and modern manners for globetrotters As an atheist I’d be interested in your views on saying...
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David Shrigley: 'I don’t care about the Turner Pr...
But this doesn’t really bother Shrigley, because he’s got his eye on what he sees as a bigger prize. He’s among the six artists to have created proposals to replace Katharina Fritsch’s blue Cock on...
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What Does Latest Dead Afghan 2-Year-Old Have in C...
This is the season of death, when we celebrate the dying of the sun with an orgiastic burst of consumption and environmental destruction. This is the season of rebirth when we spend time with loved...
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The Star’s top books of the year: 100 ways to say...
Our correspondents mustered multiple nominations and unqualified enthusiasm for this quintet of outstanding reads. “The Maid’s Version,” by Daniel Woodrell (Little, Brown). A fatal dance hall...
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Phil Power: Losses and gains of a terrible Novemb...
Thanksgiving week is a time to remember, to reflect, to give thanks. Last Friday marked the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy�s assassination. When it happened I was a student at Oxford...
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Madeline And The Family Business
Barbara Bemelmans keeps much of her dad’s art in storage. Photo: Walter Smith For Forbes Ludwig Bemelmans, the Austrian-born American writer and artist, had no retirement savings but used to tell his...
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Scripps Howard News Service CONSOLIDATED budget
Here is the Scripps Howard News Service CONSOLIDATED budget for Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013. For editorial concerns, reach SHNS editors at email@example.com or 202-408-1484 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m....
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How The Maltese Falcon inspired film noir
The Maltese Falcon was his first big success, resulting in seven printings in the first year and a new circle of literary friends including
, Dorothy Parker and the playwright Lillian...
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The Maltese Falcon
Ann Cannon: Jell-O salads, mothers and other Than...
Thanksgiving was never an intimate affair for our family when I was growing up. There were always lots of people present. Lots and lots of people. When we did Thanksgiving with my dad’s side of the...
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Eataly Chicago: Mario Batali unveils 'theme park'...
Admit it: Thanksgiving festivities aside, a gigantic bowl of tagliatelle with clams, a couple of meatballs, a side of polenta and a robust, earthy red to wash it all down, sounds much better right...
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