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2015/03/26 13:34
2015/03/26 13:34
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Pillars of Eternity is a big game. I’ve spent recent days digging into a review build of Obsidian’s spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate II, and if there’s one takeaway, it’s that players have a lot...
2015/03/26 13:34
2015/03/26 13:34
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2015/03/26 11:57
2015/03/26 11:57
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Events are free unless otherwise noted. Art & Exhibits CENTRAL ARKANSAS ARGENTA GALLERY 413 Main St., North Little Rock. “Carole Katchen’s Art, Then and Now,” through April 10. Hours: 11 a.m.-3...
2015/03/26 11:18
2015/03/26 11:18
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Eridge Deer Park will host the first year of the brand new Forgotten Fields festival this August, with Super Furry Animals, The Horrors and Augustines amongst the acts performing. Basement Jaxx, De...
2015/03/25 05:26
2015/03/25 05:26
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It is a singular fate to be the last of one’s kind. That is the fate of the men and women, nearly all of them elderly, who are—like Marie Wilcox, of California; Gyani Maiya Sen, of Nepal; Verdena...
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2015/03/24 19:24
2015/03/24 19:24
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By Peter Rakobowchuk THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL—For Annie Buchan, educating Canada’s Inuit about the dangers caused by cancer has been challenging. The Inuit have a much higher cancer death rate...
2015/03/22 09:09
2015/03/22 09:09
4d
When does a coffee mug become an expansive wall sculpture? It's the kind of transformation that takes a nurturing environment, many years of practice and fearless artistic sensibilities. Sara...
2015/03/22 07:20
2015/03/22 07:20
4d
ALBUMS OF THE WEEKCourtney Barnett Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit "Put me on a pedestal and I'll only disappoint you," warns Courtney Barnett. "Tell me I'm exceptional, I promise...
2015/03/21 04:39
2015/03/21 04:39
5d
A research institute dedicated to improving the health of aboriginal Canadians will bear the ceremonial name of the Toronto neurosurgeon who founded it and of a doctor who warned more than 100 years...
2015/03/20 20:16
2015/03/20 20:16
5d
Realising her bookshelves were a bit on the parochial side, Ann Morgan embarked on a quest to read a book from every country over the course of a year, and blog about it. The response from...
2015/03/20 19:37
2015/03/20 19:37
5d
Although the event attended by the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt was a formal affair, Kim Kielsen appeared to be dressed down in a...
2015/03/20 17:56
2015/03/20 17:56
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It’s that time again, so dust off your bidding paddles and get ready for the Dundas Valley School of Art’s annual art auction. With April just around the corner, staff and volunteers are already...
2015/03/20 08:53
2015/03/20 08:53
6d
Weather forecasters have said that the Midlands is expected to be one of the best places for viewing the event, because of the possibility of clearer skies than elsewhere in the UK. The eclipse will...
2015/03/19 07:57
2015/03/19 07:57
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Events are free unless otherwise noted. Art & Exhibits Central Arkansas ARGENTA ART WALK 5-8 p.m. third Friday of the month, downtown North Little Rock. Music, art, food. "Images to Ponder," First...
2015/03/19 04:20
2015/03/19 04:20
7d
Social media erupted in anger Saturday night after Don Cherry called his colleague Ron MacLean "a barbarian" for eating a seal burger. Cherry joked on Coach's Corner that MacLean ate a "little baby...
2015/03/16 17:31
2015/03/16 17:31
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It’s one of the most intriguing of all shipwreck stories. Almost 170 years ago, HMS Erebus, the flagship of Sir John Franklin’s ill-fated expedition to discover the North-West Passage, was lost with...
2015/03/15 16:42
2015/03/15 16:42
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For an influential group of advanced thinkers, violence is a type of backwardness. In the most modern parts of the world, these thinkers tell us, war has practically disappeared. The world’s great...
2015/03/14 02:17
2015/03/14 02:17
12d
After years of assimilation tactics, First Nation communities across Canada — including the Oneida Nation of the Thames — are striving to retain what’s left of their traditional languages. --- ---...
2015/03/13 23:48
2015/03/13 23:48
12d
Inimitable: Bjork. All is full of Bjork. To the left she's pogo-ing in clubland, her hair in bunches. To the right she's performing at a concert hall, backed by a harpist and an Inuit choir. On a...
2015/03/13 15:37
2015/03/13 15:37
13d
James Roberts, who learned to kayak off the Isle of Wight took part in the Greenland National Kayak Competition. A FILM documenting former Isle of Wight man James Roberts’ gold-winning efforts at the...
2015/03/13 13:09
2015/03/13 13:09
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Software as a service (SaaS) e-commerce accounting firm Webgility Inc. has raised $2.5 million in growth funding from SaaS Capital. The investment is the first investment from SaaS Capital’s second...
2015/03/26 13:34
2015/03/26 13:34
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