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2014/12/20 20:52
2014/12/20 20:52
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... than 31 years. Brown, a Baldwin native, began his career with KHP in June 1983 as a member of Class No. 19. His first duty station was in Eureka; from there he transferred to El Dorado and...
2014/12/20 20:52
2014/12/20 20:52
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2014/12/20 09:31
2014/12/20 09:31
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2014/12/19 05:10
2014/12/19 05:10
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If you liked the first and second “Night at the Museum” films, both based on a 1993 children’s book by Milan Trenc, you’re going to like the third, subtitled “Secret of the Tomb.” Notably, the film...
2014/12/18 17:13
2014/12/18 17:13
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Christopher Simon Sykes’s A Pilgrim’s Progress (Century, £25), the second volume of his biography of Hockney, is nothing but 440 pages of wearisome detail, trivial, superficial, uncritical, throwing...
2014/12/18 02:44
2014/12/18 02:44
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... Ellie Wheeler State legislators, by definition, represent the narrow interests of their individual constituents, but they're also responsible for passing laws that reflect the...
2014/12/17 22:13
2014/12/17 22:13
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... than about how brains sometimes don't. Twitter @StevenKJohnson 'The Machine Inside: Biomechanics' When: Through Jan. 4, 2015 Where: Field Museum of Natural History, 1400 S. Lake Shore D...
2014/12/17 22:13
2014/12/17 22:13
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The biggest museum story in Chicago in 2014 was, of course, the one that's on the horizon. During the year, billionaire filmmaker George Lucas chose Chicago for his Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, was...
2014/12/17 20:03
2014/12/17 20:03
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... the Cretaceous are amazing. It is our planet, but one that never was ours. It was the planet of the Dinosaurs. As we look, we find dinosaurs we know from the American Museum of Natural History,...
2014/12/17 17:23
2014/12/17 17:23
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... students can be considered unorthodox, but how can it not be with the classroom being the Gulf of Mexico? That's exactly how Dr. Bruce Neill and his wife, Evelyn, envisioned it when they opened...
2014/12/17 04:09
2014/12/17 04:09
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WOONSOCKET, R.I. � Charlene Perkins Cutler, executive director of the nonprofit Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Inc., was watching her computer with bated breath Friday as the U.S....
2014/12/15 21:39
2014/12/15 21:39
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An exciting new special issue of the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences shines the spotlight on the Danek Bonebed in Edmonton, Alberta and increases our knowledge of Edmonton's urban dinosaurs,...
2014/12/15 19:32
2014/12/15 19:32
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The North Country came up short in its bid for a four-peat, but it's still getting a lot of money. After winning "Top Performer" status each of the first three years in the state's region-by-region...
2014/12/15 17:02
2014/12/15 17:02
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The call for climate change is a priority among leaders of nations. And that is right. The world is caving in from man-made and natural disasters, and unless there is a joint global effort to mitigate...
2014/12/15 16:47
2014/12/15 16:47
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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...
2014/12/14 23:45
2014/12/14 23:45
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With some of the highest national rankings for happiness and safety in the world, Costa Rica is the perfect setting for a peaceful getaway that combines adventure travel and relaxation. Enjoy surfing,...
2014/12/14 19:45
2014/12/14 19:45
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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...
2014/12/14 13:03
2014/12/14 13:03
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... friendliest, says John Edward Terrell, the curator of oceanic archaeology and ethnology at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, and an expert on the biological, cultural, and...
2014/12/14 05:58
2014/12/14 05:58
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... -- Bernard Spitzer, a developer of exclusive New York City buildings whose wealth fueled the political ascendancy of a son, Eliot, until a call-girl scandal forced his resignation as New...
2014/12/12 23:39
2014/12/12 23:39
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... to change and thrive or fail to survive. Genomics also play a key role in their research of climate change, disease and biodiversity conservation. The Smithsonian is now uniting these...
2014/12/12 19:18
2014/12/12 19:18
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... they really mean is "I want to spend $1 million," which is literally the opposite of being a millionaire. 3. "Some stuff happened" should replace 99% of references to "it's a...
2014/12/20 20:52
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