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The demise of John Lawson
Let’s finish off John Lawson. I promise to let him rest for a while after this. As we have discussed (“we,” if you have a habit of talking to newsprint), about the only account we have of Lawson’s...
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US Federal Reserve
Meet the Bentleys: Third generation Marietta lawy...
Meet the Bentleys: Third generation Marietta lawyer on the way The best word to describe the Bentley family might be “storied.” The family has lived in Cobb for eight generations, and over the years,...
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Cobb Chamber of Commerce
Marietta High School
Fraser family keeps Fountain of Youth history ali...
When the Fraser siblings inherited the responsibilities for the Ponce de Leon Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park in 2010, they got more than a business. They got a legend, a legacy, and a labor of...
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Florida Museum of Natural History
St. Augustine City Commission
How to save your preemie: Wrap her in a robot
How to save your preemie: Wrap her in a robot Hollywood loves to hate on artificial intelligence. Plot 1 is an all-out dystopian nightmare. Plot 2 seduces until the fragile fantasy of happiness...
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Is Religion Fiction?
Paulkovich consulted no fewer than 126 historians (including Josephus) who lived in the period and ought to have been aware of Jesus if he had existed and performed the miracles that supposedly drew a...
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SwaSwara: Inner sanctuary
I had to agree. It was a place unlike any other I’d been to. I fished out my phone to post an FB update when I realised there was no Wi-Fi. “The fact that Wi-Fi isn’t available everywhere is actually...
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New totem poles set to be raised in Juneau
JUNEAU — Sealaska Heritage Institute is among sponsors of an upcoming ceremony to raise two totem poles carved for a building in the
of Juneau. The totems are replacing original poles...
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Residents will see no increase in tax bills from ...
In other business, the Fort Wayne Community Schools board: *Voted to table until its Oct. 13 meeting a vote on amending Superintendent Wendy Robinson's contract to raise her base salary to $210,164,...
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Lincoln Elementary School
Sister and brother team up as ambassadors
Far from sibling rivals, Sanjana and Rohan Bhargava have forged a teammate type relationship. They are members of the 450th Youth Ambassadors, Youth in Government, and participate in Young Voices....
Read more at The St. Augustine Record
Open (the) mosques
The Open Mosque is a great idea; who could disagree with a “Qur’an-centric, gender-equal, non-sectarian house of God”. Unfortunately, it has an awful publicist. Initiating a new project with an...
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Claremont Main Road Mosque
Blue Ridge Parkway rich in stops for music, mansi...
Picture the Blue Ridge Parkway as a crooked spine running through the Appalachian Mountains. Government stewardship of public lands is splashed across the map in confusing variety — a national park at...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Quest for lost love takes to the road
It doesn't feel like a Bollywood movie and for that reason alone Finding Fanny may attract a more international, albeit still slightly niche, audience than most of the mainstream films made in India....
Read more at Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Marvin Willard, left, and Tim Lott, of the Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority, install a new panel on the side of the Gajaa Hít building in Juneau’s
on Friday. The panel replaces...
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What to do along the Blue Ridge Parkway
Most of us know it as the road that snakes through some of the most glorious fall color in North America and wraps around some of the highest mountains east of the Mississippi River. All those curves...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Michigan House Envy: Indian Village mansion was D...
At 15,000 square feet, this is the largest house in
.In the late 1990s, it was the first house ever listed for sale in Detroit at a full $1 million, and it sold just short of that �...
Read more at Detroit Free Press
Peek at this year's top NM State Fair food
THE GREAT THING ABOUT THE FAIR... THE FOOD!!!! AND FOR THE OPENING OF THE 2014 NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR ... THERE WAS A UNIQUE CONTEST... INCLUDING ALL THINGS FRIED AND EVEN SOME ALLIGATOR! ROYALE DA WAS...
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Covelong Point Surf & Music Fest will return
The festival will feature a documentary about India's first female surfer Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 12 September, 2014 - TT Logistics and EarthSync in association with the Surfing Federation...
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Celebrating history: time for the fair
We take a look at what was in the Sept. 12, 1914 issue of The Hill County Democrat for this 36th installment of this series celebrating Montana Territory's 150th anniversary and the 125th anniversary...
Read more at Havre Daily News
Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, pri...
Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices: AQUATICA: off BeachLine Expressway at Interstate 4 southwest of Orlando; 407-351-3600; Guests can purchase a "Splash and Save" ticket with...
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S. Orange Blossom Trail
The Hindu Crossword 11187
Solution to puzzle 11186 1 Restraint shown by soldiers almost battered in France (11) 9 Unrestrained, a member of Parliament is engaged in tirade (7) 10 One who is resting is coach (7) 11 It...
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