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2015/03/28 13:48
2015/03/28 13:48
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Feature Article of Saturday, 28 March 2015 KWAME NKRUMAH: “If you cannot remain where you are, you cannot fall back. You must advance!” Continuing from the rhetorical question we posed in Part 12 of...
2015/03/28 13:48
2015/03/28 13:48
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2015/03/28 06:02
2015/03/28 06:02
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... in a home across town, Charles Slaughter is dreading the springtime return of the squirrels and their avocado-munching, nut-burying ways that strip his fruit trees bare and...
2015/03/27 18:02
2015/03/27 18:02
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Let me start off by saying something you may not know. The big corporations and the 1%ers you have learned to hate fund many of the projects you’ve learned to love. I have not checked lately, but...
2015/03/27 09:03
2015/03/27 09:03
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... movie stars came to see the exhibition just like the stars of the 1970s had done. At the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, the Exelon Company that had sponsored the exhibition...
2015/03/26 23:49
2015/03/26 23:49
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... pink at "The View" on March 26. Jennifer Lopez looked glam in a leather bustier dress on set of "American Idol" on March 25. Angela Simmons smiled on the beach in Miami on March 25. Sarah...
2015/03/26 15:15
2015/03/26 15:15
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... years and three months, my last morning on air is Friday, March 27. A 2006 graduate of the University of Oklahoma meteorology and journalism programs, I began my broadcast career at...
2015/03/26 11:57
2015/03/26 11:57
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Mid-Southern Watercolorists 45th annual Juried Exhibition, through April 12. “A Humble Hum: Rhythm of the Potter’s Wheel,” recent work by resident artist Ashley Morrison, through June 21. “Paul...
2015/03/26 05:20
2015/03/26 05:20
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... families and teachers, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Arcata Marsh. This festival of fun outdoor play for kids and their caregivers will feature a wealth of local environmental...
2015/03/26 00:19
2015/03/26 00:19
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Easter Monday Market, Wooragee Primary School, 10am to 2pm Free Morning Show: Marion Fay: Songs of the War Years, 10.30am, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury The Man from Snowy River Bush...
2015/03/25 20:48
2015/03/25 20:48
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William "Bill" Porter will be at 3 p.m. April 4 at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road. Porter, 89, died March 21 after a brief illness. Porter served...
2015/03/25 19:18
2015/03/25 19:18
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In the middle of a Tuesday afternoon, three teenage girls sit on the floor of a theatre production studio, hammering away at a four-legged tabletop. Behind them, a black wooden stage takes shape under...
2015/03/24 23:45
2015/03/24 23:45
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... in its sinus cavity. Sadly, Gemini, a kitten from Rhode Island, had a short life. The odds of seeing these three together are roughly 1 in 900 quintillion -- but a series of timely donations...
2015/03/24 20:46
2015/03/24 20:46
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... deepening: Out, for the most part, are the commentary-centered Haggadahs that dominated the field for several decades, featuring interpretations of the holiday’s readings and rituals. In, to a...
2015/03/24 06:46
2015/03/24 06:46
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By James Lomuscio Ed Gerber, president of the Westport Historical Society, says it was a love of the town’s arts history, illustrators in particular, that forged a friendship 15 years ago with...
2015/03/24 00:20
2015/03/24 00:20
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... still ice cold. Philipp Heck, assistant curator of Meteoritics and Polar Studies at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, said a denser network of small ground-based telescopes...
2015/03/23 03:29
2015/03/23 03:29
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Professor does his dinosaur fossil hunting around capital BOONE — Andrew Heckert usually heads out West when he wants to go back in time, say about 230 million years ago. But in recent years, the...
2015/03/22 21:45
2015/03/22 21:45
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For "Your waste of time," Olafur Eliasson displayed pieces of ice that broke off from Iceland’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull. Exhibited in a refrigerated gallery space powered by solar panels, the ice...
2015/03/22 17:45
2015/03/22 17:45
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... in its sinus cavity. Sadly, Gemini, a kitten from Rhode Island, had a short life. The odds of seeing these three together are roughly 1 in 900 quintillion -- but a series of timely donations...
2015/03/22 01:33
2015/03/22 01:33
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Fly fishing has a fascination that has drawn anglers to water edges for thousands of years. The legendary nun, Dame Edith Sitwell, wrote a treatise on fly tying in a 1496 “Book of St. Albans”...
2015/03/21 09:49
2015/03/21 09:49
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Rembrandt: not just an artist but the embodiment of his country’s spirit ‘Late Rembrandt’, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, shows that the great Dutch painter was also centuries ahead of his...
2015/03/28 13:48
2015/03/28 13:48
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