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New York Magazine
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So DespisedDonald Trump as a punch line for everything—EVERYTHING— wherever you go. Like I
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despised
New York Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
Donald Trump as a punch line for everything—EVERYTHING— wherever you go. Like I was at this science fair type thing, where college students were showing a glow-in-the-dark toilet experiment, and just as a bonus goofy detail they'd made the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ramsay Cook was a historian who helped define modern Canadafriend Craig Brown, who first met Ramsay Cook when they were both students at U
Ramsay Cook was a historian who helped define modern Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
friend Craig Brown, who first met Ramsay Cook when they were both students at University of Toronto in 1957, “he was just a great guy.” Prof. Cook died in Toronto on July 14, after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. George Ramsay Cook was born... Read more
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Investopedia
How Donald Trump Tried to Cash In by Dumping Sewage into the Hudson RiverThe city partially solved this problem by building a new sewage treatment plant
How Donald Trump Tried to Cash In by Dumping Sewage into the Hudson River
Investopedia / Posted 13 days ago
The city partially solved this problem by building a new sewage treatment plant. It was originally intended for the boat basin at 79th Street, but politically savvy and affluent Upper West Siders got their effluent pumped north to the Harlem... Read more
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PhysOrg
New study calls for old methods of coastal managementAlmost 90 years ago, the Mississippi River showed the world its power for destr
New study calls for old methods of coastal management
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
Almost 90 years ago, the Mississippi River showed the world its power for destruction with the Great Flood of 1927. Now the river's power is once again on display, this time as a stabilizing force to maintain Louisiana's disappearing... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The best urban outdoor adventures in the USAThe run takes around 40 minutes and once you arrive, you'll be rewarded with sp
The best urban outdoor adventures in the USA
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
The run takes around 40 minutes and once you arrive, you'll be rewarded with spectacular views of the entire Los Angeles Basin. Portland, Oregon Portland has plenty of trails on offer for keen hikers. Located about 10 minutes from downtown, the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Markets on the radiosheep have been fed with grain oats. The re-introduction of livestock market r
Markets on the radio
Western Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
sheep have been fed with grain oats. The re-introduction of livestock market reports at 6.25am on ABC morning radio is greatly appreciated by producers across the listening area. Indicator markets from previous sales at Central Tablelands... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Darell Frederick Apitz(Tom) Sunderman of New Ulm, Megan (Craig) Schwarz of LeSueur, Reid (Kimberly) R
Darell Frederick Apitz
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 21 days ago
(Tom) Sunderman of New Ulm, Megan (Craig) Schwarz of LeSueur, Reid (Kimberly) Roebbeke of Hudson, Wisconsin; seven step great-grandchildren; and special friends Clarence Bye and Percy Thompson. He was preceded in death by his parents; infant... Read more
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The New Yorker
How Do You Prepare for Death?Heather Meyerend is a hospice nurse who works in several neighborhoods in South
How Do You Prepare for Death?
The New Yorker / Posted 22 days ago
Heather Meyerend is a hospice nurse who works in several neighborhoods in South Brooklyn—Sheepshead Bay, Mill Basin, Marine Park, Bensonhurst, Bay Ridge. She usually has between sixteen and twenty patients, and visits each at home once a week,... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Death of BASE jumper poses questions of riskfor a hundred years and still we have audiences. People go to the theater when
Mountain Town News: Death of BASE jumper poses questions of risk
Summit Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
for a hundred years and still we have audiences. People go to the theater when they get older, when the kids are out of college or the college has been paid off, when they have the time and the resources, when they need to make social... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Hampton Bays High School Graduate Passionate About Tracking HurricanesAtmospheric Sciences—on presentations and research papers. For Magdalena’s pro
Hampton Bays High School Graduate Passionate About Tracking Hurricanes
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 25 days ago
Atmospheric Sciences—on presentations and research papers. For Magdalena’s project, she tracked hurricanes in the Atlantic Basin—specifically, storms that curve westward. On most occasions, Magdalena explained, hurricanes move in a northeastern... Read more
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Deseret News
Doug Robinson: What it means to be an American: Son of immigrants serves as Utah judge for three decadestwo of their children are pictured in 1917. | Courtesy of David Sam “How fortu
Doug Robinson: What it means to be an American: Son of immigrants serves as Utah judge for three decades
Deseret News / Posted 25 days ago
two of their children are pictured in 1917. | Courtesy of David Sam “How fortunate we are not only to be citizens of the greatest nation, but to bear the name of Sam, like Uncle Sam,” he told his children frequently. And so here is the son, the... Read more
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The Torrington Telegram
The Torrington Telegram Elizabeth V. �Betty� Essert Quade March 20, 1924-June 27, 2016housing while Bob finished his degree in agriculture. Upon Bob�s graduation fr
The Torrington Telegram Elizabeth V. �Betty� Essert Quade March 20, 1924-June 27, 2016
The Torrington Telegram / Posted 25 days ago
housing while Bob finished his degree in agriculture. Upon Bob�s graduation from UW in 1950, the couple moved to Basin, where Bob began his career with the university extension service. The birth of their first daughter, Gloria, soon... Read more
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The Mercury News
Saratoga: Classics will roll into downtown Saratoga for July 17 car showMegenity. When Megenity moved out of the area, Green offered to buy his share.
Saratoga: Classics will roll into downtown Saratoga for July 17 car show
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
Megenity. When Megenity moved out of the area, Green offered to buy his share. "Since we built it ourselves, the car has great sentimental value to me," Green said. The Saratoga resident said he and Megenity built the car based on a replica of a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
University of the Arts London guideThe University is home to more than 20,000 students from over 159 countriesAbou
University of the Arts London guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
The University is home to more than 20,000 students from over 159 countriesAbout UAL UAL draws together six renowned Colleges, each with a long established, global reputation for producing outstanding work: An inspiring and challenging art... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Life on Two Wheels: Wide hips, narrow shoulders on a trans-America bike tour with Monte Lowrancewhen he was hired as controller for the accounting firm that oversaw Breckenrid
Life on Two Wheels: Wide hips, narrow shoulders on a trans-America bike tour with Monte Lowrance
Summit Daily News / Posted a month ago
when he was hired as controller for the accounting firm that oversaw Breckenridge Ski Resort, Keystone Resort and Arapahoe Basin Ski Area. Vail Resorts (then Vail Associates) paid him a severance when it took over, and, at 44 years old, he felt... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Gibbon canoers on trek to Hudson Bay hit Lake WinnipegEnroute to Hudson Bay from a ditch near Gibbon, the two college students report
Gibbon canoers on trek to Hudson Bay hit Lake Winnipeg
The New Ulm Journal / Posted a month ago
Enroute to Hudson Bay from a ditch near Gibbon, the two college students reported life on the world's 11th largest freshwater lake was much different than what it was like paddling in a ditch to the Minnesota River, up Lake Traverse and the Red River... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Conservation Colorado: What’s next for water?or, more accurately, the lack thereof. Water is critical to our communities. I’
Conservation Colorado: What’s next for water?
Craig Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
or, more accurately, the lack thereof. Water is critical to our communities. I’ve been speaking with people who spend a great deal of time working on water issues in Northwest Colorado. I asked them what's next for the Yampa River? What's next... Read more
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The Post-Journal
In Years Pastdie-off occurred last year in mid-June with the temperature around 23 degrees C
In Years Past
The Post-Journal / Posted 1 months ago
die-off occurred last year in mid-June with the temperature around 23 degrees Celsius. ''The water temperature in the north basin as of today is 21 degrees (Celsius),'' Johnson said. ''We're about in that range.'' It's also a week late, he added,... Read more
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The Advocate
‘Friend to all,” former Ascension Parish Councilman Pat Bell diesof humor and understated political savvy that quietly brought people together.
‘Friend to all,” former Ascension Parish Councilman Pat Bell dies
The Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
of humor and understated political savvy that quietly brought people together. “Really and truly, Pat Bell is one of the greatest people I ever knew, and I don’t think people will ever know how great he really was because he did so much behind... Read more
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The Advocate
‘Friend to all,” former Ascension Parish Councilman Pat Bell diesof humor and understated political savvy that quietly brought people together.
‘Friend to all,” former Ascension Parish Councilman Pat Bell dies
The Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
of humor and understated political savvy that quietly brought people together. “Really and truly, Pat Bell is one of the greatest people I ever knew, and I don’t think people will ever know how great he really was because he did so much behind... Read more
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Times Newsweekly
Victoria’s Secretsfoie gras we ate at D’artagnan,” a Manhattan French restaurant specializing in
Victoria’s Secrets
Times Newsweekly / Posted 1 months ago
foie gras we ate at D’artagnan,” a Manhattan French restaurant specializing in the delicacy! One of the joys in life is a great meal where the owners/chefs relish what they do and create environments to match the food. Recently, I enjoyed such... Read more
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The Lovell Chronicle
Secretary Murray talks elections, business developmentAs the elections of 2016 approach – the August 16 Wyoming primary and the Novem
Secretary Murray talks elections, business development
The Lovell Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
As the elections of 2016 approach – the August 16 Wyoming primary and the November 8 general election – there is great interest in elections and politics this summer, Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray reported recently during a tour of Northwest... Read more

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