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Gators, Ole Miss latest to offer Osceola CB Carlo...
Carlos Becker has always kind of shrugged off his recruiting popularity. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound cornerback at Kissimmee Osceola received his 15th and 16th college football scholarship offers from...
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Matisse, Picasso among the prints on display at t...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- It's not often that the art history's most famous names make it across the bay to Staten Island. Typically seen in Manhattan museums, artists like Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso...
Read more at Staten Island Advance
An Anzac's voice lives on nearly a century after ...
Anzac voice: A soldier's recording lives on at the Australian War Memorial nearly a century after his death The voice of a young Anzac who was killed in France in 1916 lives on in a recorded message...
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Australian War Memorial
Council eyes Centennial celebration
GUSTINE – Gustine is celebrating its 100th birthday this year, and local leaders want to throw a party commensurate with the milestone. What form that takes, however, remains to be seen. Council...
Read more at The West Side Index & Gustine Press-Standard
'Grey' exposes why obscenity laws should be repea...
The phenomenal success of “Fifty Shades of Grey” – as a book and now as a movie – should provide the impetus to finally repeal federal and state laws that prohibit obscene material. It is long overdue...
Read more at Orange County Register
Botanical gardens are the cathedrals of our times
As a child, I was always intrigued by the question: what is it that distinguishes a city from a town? Is it size? Population? Location? When I asked grown-ups, the confident answer was that a city has...
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Making wordsmiths go wordless
It’s that time of the year when it’s wisest to hide from the virtual world, which is now a sea of red, determined to market everything from red-lettered toilet paper, to heart-shaped cuts of raw meat....
Read more at The Hindu
'Fifty Shades of' ... boredom
Let’s put aside, for a moment, the cultural significance of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” if there is one, as well as its ignoble beginnings, because for a book that was originally a piece of “Twilight” fan...
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Fifty Shades of Grey
Silence isn’t always golden
The Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) has proven itself to be one of the best theatre companies in Boulder or, truly, anywhere. It consistently produces lively, entertaining, thought-provoking...
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Acting Against Cancer's Next to Normal Isn't So N...
I have seen four productions from Acting Against Cancer now, including Spring Awakening, RENT, Rocky Horror, and Next to Normal. I feel like the group dynamic obvious in each show is constantly...
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Kentucky Center for the Arts
Kosair Children’s Hospital
Elliott Management Strikes a Deal With IPG on Boa...
Interpublic reached an agreement with activist investor Elliott Management: The agency holding company is nominating three new board members and creating a new finance committee to focus on margin...
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Lost to history: H.H. and undercover Land Co. saga
Thanks to Kern County Museum Curator Lori Wear, I came across a great piece of local history filled with intrigue and funny turn-of-the-century writing. Back in August 1891, some angry locals set...
Read more at The Bakersfield Californian
In search of Durrell's Corfu
The Halikiopoulos home lies at Kanoni, a once-quiet suburb of Corfu Town which now overlooks the runway of the international airport. Although mass tourism has defiled parts of Corfu's coastline, much...
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Plenty of Lehigh Valley connections to previous S...
Pennsylvania, and the Lehigh Valley in particular, has always been a region where sports have been taken seriously. At one time it was a "way out" for young scholastic athletes to go to college on a...
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Inequality par for course
Inequality par for course Well, the county harassed the little Big Sur Library into spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for holding events without a permit. And of course, you and I have to get...
Read more at The Monterey County Herald
Ellen Katz, principal at the Phila. School
She was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Friends Select School in 1952. She attended Mount Holyoke College and later graduated from Barnard College in 1956. She earned a master's degree in...
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