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2015/07/31 23:53
2015/07/31 23:53
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Bill Hader, Fred Armisen and Seth Meyers have fully immersed themselves in the mockumentary business with IFC's "Documentary Now!" The former "Saturday Night Live" stars created the six-part series...
2015/07/31 23:53
2015/07/31 23:53
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2015/07/31 00:39
2015/07/31 00:39
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Peter Tambour, from Hay River, NWT, finished a 12-month religious based treatment program a month before coming to the pilgrimage at Lac Ste. Anne on Monday, July 20, 2015 They come from all across...
2015/07/31 00:21
2015/07/31 00:21
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The Breakfast Club of Canada, along with national ambassadors NHL goaltender Carey Price and his wife, Angela Price, raised $161,000 at a benefit dinner July 15 at Kelowna’s Mission Hill Winery. All...
2015/07/30 22:48
2015/07/30 22:48
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Pics Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's plans to beam internet access to remote corners of the world has taken another step, or rather a flight, closer to reality. Engineers working for the social...
2015/07/30 17:43
2015/07/30 17:43
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Stevie Howell is coming to Cobourg with her recent poetry collection published by icehouse poetry. It has a peculiar title: ^^^^^^ three times, one on top of the other. ^^^^^^ is an Egyptian...
2015/07/30 17:02
2015/07/30 17:02
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MANILA, Philippines - Talk to the hand — tech meets beauty as the latest smart watches are paired with on-trend nail art styles to create the season’s choice combos. If the fall 2015 runways are any...
2015/07/28 12:20
2015/07/28 12:20
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Alberta's tourism marketing agency is apologizing for overlooking Canada's largest territory. In a June advertisement promoting the ease and affordability of travelling to Alberta from major American...
2015/07/28 12:15
2015/07/28 12:15
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On June 21, École New Era School grounds were a flurry of activity as folks gathered to celebrate National Aboriginal Day. Live music was playing, bannock was sizzling over an open flame, and a full...
2015/07/26 07:57
2015/07/26 07:57
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Somebody has turned on the traditional August heat here in Arkansas, and it's still July--so here are 50 ways to turn it down. Feel free to clip and save, mix and match, or add your own: 1. Delete...
2015/07/25 04:03
2015/07/25 04:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — It turns out there's a lot of love for Port Richmond. The City Parks Foundation decided to host another festival at the park, including skateboarding, a public art workshop from...
2015/07/24 14:15
2015/07/24 14:15
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Toni Tetroe, left, Dru Griffin, Taylor McArthur, Justice Twin, Tristin Doudiet and Stephanie Keeash mingle while waiting for the National Association of Friendship Centres’ 44th annual general meeting...
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2015/07/24 13:39
2015/07/24 13:39
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The news business is obsessed with moment. It’s not wrong, necessarily: Timeliness is as useful a way of determining relevance in the face of information overload as anything else. But something will...
2015/07/24 13:33
2015/07/24 13:33
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The Netherlands passed a law to protect every citizen from climate change - Quartz The Netherlands passed a law to protect every citizen from climate change On June 24, 2015, a court in The Hague...
2015/07/24 09:58
2015/07/24 09:58
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SCARSDALE, N.Y. – A Scarsdale native stands set to join more than 100 students from around the world on a globetrotting expedition to explore the high arctic with a team of polar experts. Max...
2015/07/22 15:18
2015/07/22 15:18
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An ill-fated 19th-century expedition that became trapped in the Canadian Arctic ended in a particularly gruesome type of cannibalism, new research suggests. The gory end was faced by the British navy...
Read more at Business Insider, Pravda
2015/07/22 15:17
2015/07/22 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Rockpool Ramble with RSPB Dolphinwatch Come and join the Dolphinwatch team to discover what creatures are hiding in the rockpools around Torry. Delve deeper into the world of...
2015/07/22 14:16
2015/07/22 14:16
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... Call it cannibalism-plus. Scientists have learned that a group of British Navy shipmen stranded in the Canadian Arctic in the mid-1840s didn't just cut the flesh off their fellow crewmen's bones to...
2015/07/22 05:26
2015/07/22 05:26
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Ancient Americans migrated in a single wave from Siberia Ancestors of Native Americans crossed the Bering land bridge in one wave 23,000 years ago(Source: sorcerer44/iStockphoto) Human migrationTwo...
2015/07/22 02:42
2015/07/22 02:42
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Native American ancestors reached the new world in a single, initial migration from Siberia at most 23,000 years ago, only later differentiating into today’s distinct groups, DNA research revealed...
2015/07/21 20:21
2015/07/21 20:21
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The original Americans: First settlers came from Siberia in a single group more than 23,000 years ago, new study finds First to arrive stayed in the north of the country for thousands of years Then...
2015/07/31 23:53
2015/07/31 23:53
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