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Washington City Paper
Ward War III: In the 2016 primary, it's Muriel Bowser's picks against everyone else.Vince Gray came in late, but that didn’t stop the applause. As the mayor slippe
Ward War III: In the 2016 primary, it's Muriel Bowser's picks against everyone else.
Washington City Paper / Posted 4 days ago
Vince Gray came in late, but that didn’t stop the applause. As the mayor slipped into the January community meeting at a Ward 5 church, the crowd—nearly all African Americans over 50 years old—broke into applause. And by the end of his speech, they... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Museums must reach into communitiesMuseums and cultural institutions have long acted as a sort of glue, binding di
Museums must reach into communities
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Museums and cultural institutions have long acted as a sort of glue, binding disparate individuals together through a shared interest in art, culture and the humanities. According to the American Alliance of Museums, there are nearly 850 million... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
Commercial Real Estate Sectors to Watch | Student HousingEDINBURG, TX—Domus Development will break ground in May 2016 for Legends Edinbu
Commercial Real Estate Sectors to Watch | Student Housing
GlobeSt.com / Posted 7 days ago
EDINBURG, TX—Domus Development will break ground in May 2016 for Legends Edinburg, which will bring 566 beds to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s Edinburg campus. CHICAGO, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN—In order to maximize its return, PPI sold the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Kevin T. Milligan Sr., prominent deaf athlete, longtime teacher lost his hearing as a boyApril 26, 1936 – Jan. 25, 2016 Kevin T. Milligan Sr. of Depew, a deaf athlete
Kevin T. Milligan Sr., prominent deaf athlete, longtime teacher lost his hearing as a boy
The Buffalo News / Posted 11 days ago
April 26, 1936 – Jan. 25, 2016 Kevin T. Milligan Sr. of Depew, a deaf athlete hall of famer and a teacher for the deaf, died Monday in Hospice Buffalo, Cheektowaga. He was 79. Born in Buffalo, the third of 10 children, he lost his hearing at the... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
WV deaf students participating in state, national competitionStudents from West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are excelling bo
WV deaf students participating in state, national competition
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 16 days ago
Students from West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are excelling both statewide and nationally. Competitive events for the deaf, hard of hearing and the blind include educational subjects as well as sports-related events. For the first... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Sign language interpreter creates access for deaf studentsLAWRENCE — Kim Bates woke up Nov. 12 with sore shoulders and a sore back. Her b
Sign language interpreter creates access for deaf students
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 23 days ago
LAWRENCE — Kim Bates woke up Nov. 12 with sore shoulders and a sore back. Her biceps were in pain even before she’d gone to bed. The previous evening she spent two and a half hours on her feet at the front of a hot, packed auditorium where Kansas... Read more
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The Forward
A Thoughtful Loaf From ‘Yeast of Eden’ Freshly baked loaves of vegan challah cooling on racks at the Hazon Food Conf
A Thoughtful Loaf From ‘Yeast of Eden’
The Forward / Posted 25 days ago
Freshly baked loaves of vegan challah cooling on racks at the Hazon Food Conference. On a chilly December morning, dozens of people gathered around bowls of dough, ready to bake. What brought us there was the... Read more
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The Forward
Vegan Enchilada Casserole “I’m starting the revolution and I want you to join me and start a revolution
Vegan Enchilada Casserole
The Forward / Posted 26 days ago
“I’m starting the revolution and I want you to join me and start a revolution where you live,” Nadel told workshop attendees at the Hazon Food Conference at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in late... Read more
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ESPN
MLB promotes Bean, hires Pride for inclusion jobsNEW YORK -- Billy Bean has been promoted to vice president for social responsib
MLB promotes Bean, hires Pride for inclusion jobs
ESPN / Posted 1 months ago
NEW YORK -- Billy Bean has been promoted to vice president for social responsibility and inclusion by Major League Baseball. MLB has also added Curtis Pride as an ambassador for inclusion. Bean came out as gay in 1999, four years after his final... Read more

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