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Santa Fe Reporter
SFR's Best in Show: 2016 Best of Santa Feof the Times” While the raging debate over the bar renovations at La Fonda in
SFR's Best in Show: 2016 Best of Santa Fe
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 3 hours ago
of the Times” While the raging debate over the bar renovations at La Fonda in the Santa Fe New Mexican this year was a fine example of opinion-page sparring, the award for the most over-the-top letter-writing drama goes to SFR’s weekslong... Read more
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The Coast
Would you like to come inside for some art?glass artists and painters flourish their talents. Every year, the producers o
Would you like to come inside for some art?
The Coast / Posted 6 hours ago
glass artists and painters flourish their talents. Every year, the producers of the project create a guide to discovering fine art and craft across areas like the Fundy Shore, Halifax Metro, the Acadian Shore, Cape Breton, the South Shore,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
What to expect from the Federal Reserve's July meetingexpect the benchmark federal funds rate to move from its current range of 0.25
What to expect from the Federal Reserve's July meeting
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 hours ago
expect the benchmark federal funds rate to move from its current range of 0.25 to 0.5 percentage points. Fed Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen and her colleagues on the policymaking Federal Open Market Committee like to lay the groundwork for a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Beware The "Crisis Actors" - Goring, Erdogan, Krugman, Cramer, Draghi, Yellenthe Brexit vote was a deluded, colossal mistake perpetrated on innocent UK vote
Beware The "Crisis Actors" - Goring, Erdogan, Krugman, Cramer, Draghi, Yellen
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 hours ago
the Brexit vote was a deluded, colossal mistake perpetrated on innocent UK voters by economic traitors within and abroad. Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi and their central bank Missionary kin are also crisis actors, pretending that their “emergency... Read more
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Variety
NBC Turns to Digital Influencers to Draw TV-Averse Millennials to Olympics CoverageCivic Entertainment Group marketing-services agency to identify the influencers
NBC Turns to Digital Influencers to Draw TV-Averse Millennials to Olympics Coverage
Variety / Posted 18 hours ago
Civic Entertainment Group marketing-services agency to identify the influencers for the Olympics push. Talent includes the Fine Brothers, Jerry Purpdrank, Amanda Cerny, Tiffany Alvord, Hannah Bronfman, lifestyle blogger Marianna Hewitt, model... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Butler County Fair resultsResults from the 2016 Butler County Fair. Fine Arts - Amateur - Paintings/Draw
Butler County Fair results
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 20 hours ago
Results from the 2016 Butler County Fair. Fine Arts - Amateur - Paintings/Drawings-Adult - Adult Oil First: Jeanne Bunyard Second: Helen Tincher Fine Arts - Amateur - Paintings/Drawings-Adult - Adult Watercolor First: Pam Hopkins Second:... Read more
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Cabot Star-Herald
Students graduate from UALRManagement Janelle Meinhart of Cabot, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing
Students graduate from UALR
Cabot Star-Herald / Posted yesterday
Management Janelle Meinhart of Cabot, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Summer Mize of Cabot, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance Matthew Moore of Cabot, MBA in Business Administration Benjamen Morin of Cabot, Bachelor of... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Walton sports hub WILL go ahead, new council coalition confirmsSurrey : “All these things are tied together as contractual obligations.” Read
Walton sports hub WILL go ahead, new council coalition confirms
Surrey Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Surrey : “All these things are tied together as contractual obligations.” Read More Cllr Sadler said he and Councillor Janet Turner, portfolio holder for leisure and culture, were still in the process of finding out the "very complex" fine... Read more
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Daily Press
Despite May scare, crops looking good in Isle of Wightis looking much, much better – it finally started growing." It's too early to
Despite May scare, crops looking good in Isle of Wight
Daily Press / Posted yesterday
is looking much, much better – it finally started growing." It's too early to comment on what yields will look like, said Janet Spencer, the county's agricultural extension agent. But the crops have fallen into a more normal pattern than expected... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artistinspiration she credits Bob Ross and hope to become half the artist he was, she
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artist
The Houma Courier / Posted yesterday
inspiration she credits Bob Ross and hope to become half the artist he was, she would be happy. As a member of Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild, she maintains an exhibit at Downtown Art Gallery and has worked as an assistant during the Summer Art Art... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artistinspiration she credits Bob Ross and hope to become half the artist he was, she
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artist
The Daily Comet / Posted yesterday
inspiration she credits Bob Ross and hope to become half the artist he was, she would be happy. As a member of Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild, she maintains an exhibit at Downtown Art Gallery and has worked as an assistant during the Summer Art Art... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How the Illawarra partied in the noughtiesGraeme Wilton, at Graeme and Adams birthday's. Anna Sophocles and Heidi Hillie
How the Illawarra partied in the noughties
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Graeme Wilton, at Graeme and Adams birthday's. Anna Sophocles and Heidi Hillier at the Wines of the Barossa for the Oxford Fine Wines tasting. Andy Wharton, Sue Spence Nardia Guillaumier, and Brian Guillaumier, at the annual Kiama Chamber of... Read more
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New York Magazine
The Case Against the Media, by the Mediaactual trajectory, there will always be disproportionate coverage of threats to
The Case Against the Media, by the Media
New York Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
actual trajectory, there will always be disproportionate coverage of threats to health and well being. We are wired to be finely attuned to negativity. Throughout our evolutionary history, it’s been beneficial to sense danger quickly. There’s a... Read more
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The Columbian
Fed pushes need for growth agendamaking it clear with more frequency and with greater urgency that they need hel
Fed pushes need for growth agenda
The Columbian / Posted 2 days ago
making it clear with more frequency and with greater urgency that they need help from elected lawmakers. In June, Fed Chair Janet Yellen told the Senate Banking Committee that fiscal policy had “not played a supportive role.” Nor are such appeals... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"Champagne Supernova" - IceCap Asks What Happens When The Bond Bubble Finally Popsbankers are super heroes who can influence the economy, jobs, inflation and mar
"Champagne Supernova" - IceCap Asks What Happens When The Bond Bubble Finally Pops
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
bankers are super heroes who can influence the economy, jobs, inflation and markets at their whim. Reality shows that Janet Yellen, Mark Carney, Haruhiko Kuroda, and yes, even the Italian maestro Mario Draghi are just plain, ordinary people... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Shelf life: Why John Allemang keeps coming back to Janet Flanner’s Paris Was Yesterdaytheir go-to tomes – be it novel, poetry collection, cookbook – and why the worl
Shelf life: Why John Allemang keeps coming back to Janet Flanner’s Paris Was Yesterday
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
their go-to tomes – be it novel, poetry collection, cookbook – and why the world is just a little better for them. When Janet Flanner’s Paris Was Yesterday caught my easily distracted attention in 1972, I was a 20-year-old student of Latin and... Read more
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The Hindu
Louis Vuitton bags filled with ramenthe resort she couldn’t buy — complete with climate-controlled closets and Vega
Louis Vuitton bags filled with ramen
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
the resort she couldn’t buy — complete with climate-controlled closets and Vegas-style dancing fountains — you’re in a fine stage of hotpot-induced food coma. Kwan’s books have almost no plot, but what keeps things moving is the continuous... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Obiri Keen to Impress in Rio OlympicsGames as she aims for an Olympic medal on her second attempt. Obiri, the 2012
Obiri Keen to Impress in Rio Olympics
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Games as she aims for an Olympic medal on her second attempt. Obiri, the 2012 World Indoor champion, believes she is in fine form to give Kenya her first Olympic gold medal in the women's 5000m, a race that has been dominated by Ethiopians since... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Edward Snowden says Oliver Stone film ‘pretty accurate’has admitted to domestic violence assault against his estranged wife and his la
Edward Snowden says Oliver Stone film ‘pretty accurate’
Detroit Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
has admitted to domestic violence assault against his estranged wife and his lawyer says the punishment will be a $3,000 fine if he stays out of trouble for a year. Compiled by Janet Graham from Free Press news services. Copyright 2016 The... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Former campus employee sentenced to 18 months for fraudfederal funds. As part of her sentence, she must pay back the $389,948 she stol
Former campus employee sentenced to 18 months for fraud
The Daily Californian / Posted 4 days ago
federal funds. As part of her sentence, she must pay back the $389,948 she stole from UC Berkeley as well as a $500 fine for her crimes. “It’s challenging a lot of times to get restitution from people who commit criminal acts, so it’s... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Kenyan court jails ivory smuggler for 20 yearsMOMBASA, Kenya: A Kenyan court on Friday sentenced a man to 20 years in jail an
Kenyan court jails ivory smuggler for 20 years
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
MOMBASA, Kenya: A Kenyan court on Friday sentenced a man to 20 years in jail and fined him 20 million shillings (US$200,000) for ivory smuggling. Police accused Feisal Mohamed Ali, from the coastal city of Mombasa, of being behind an international... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Britain's best lidos and outdoor poolsthe 1860s. Open this year until September 11; 10am-7pm). If a swim here gives y
Britain's best lidos and outdoor pools
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
the 1860s. Open this year until September 11; 10am-7pm). If a swim here gives you a thirst, Lewes is also home to the very fine Harveys Brewery. One of the oldest in the country, the Lymington Sea Water Baths (or Lymington Lido) has a pedigree... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Clay County doctor reaches plea deal in drug casecontrolled substances to patients for no legitimate medical purpose and faces u
Clay County doctor reaches plea deal in drug case
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 5 days ago
controlled substances to patients for no legitimate medical purpose and faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. A sentencing date for Russell Sachs has not yet been set. As part of the plea agreement, federal prosecutors agreed to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit meansMario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine wit
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit means
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Mario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine with admitting they're uncertain what's going on right now - and that's no barrier to action. Far from giving fresh insights into how the UK's decision to leave the European... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit meansMario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine wit
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit means
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
Mario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine with admitting they're uncertain what's going on right now - and that's no barrier to action. Far from giving fresh insights into how the UK's decision to leave the European... Read more
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The Age
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit meansMario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine wit
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit means
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Mario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine with admitting they're uncertain what's going on right now - and that's no barrier to action. Far from giving fresh insights into how the UK's decision to leave the European... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit meansMario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine wit
Mario Draghi admits having no real visibility on what Brexit means
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Mario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine with admitting they're uncertain what's going on right now - and that's no barrier to action. Far from giving fresh insights into how the UK's decision to leave the European... Read more
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Daily Record
Local Morris Events Calendar$3 for students, free for children 11 and younger; exhibit only, half price. 97
Local Morris Events Calendar
Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
$3 for students, free for children 11 and younger; exhibit only, half price. 973-267-3465; www.acornhall.org. AUTHORTALKS: JANET BRENNAN CROFT: PERILOUS AND FAIR: WOMEN IN THE WORKS AND LIFE OF J.R.R. TOLKIEN: 4-5:30 p.m. July 27; 4th floor,... Read more
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Grand Blanc View
Exploring farm-to-table connections | July 21, 2016harvested themselves. Children enjoy using scissors to trim off the leaves and
Exploring farm-to-table connections | July 21, 2016
Grand Blanc View / Posted 6 days ago
harvested themselves. Children enjoy using scissors to trim off the leaves and the task doubles an opportunity to work on fine motor skills. Pull up a leaf to take a closer look at the roots. What are the parts of a plant? What is happening down... Read more
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CNBC
Five reasons stocks are rallyinghelped support the market while cyclical groups suffered in the "earnings reces
Five reasons stocks are rallying
CNBC / Posted 6 days ago
helped support the market while cyclical groups suffered in the "earnings recession." And they've continued to hold up fine as risk appetites revived in recent weeks, thanks to the global scarcity of yield. That's a pretty rare combination of... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Franciscan's whites pass the blind taste testJanet Myers has built a reputation for crafting fine Cabernet Sauvignon at Napa
Franciscan's whites pass the blind taste test
Lowell Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Janet Myers has built a reputation for crafting fine Cabernet Sauvignon at Napa Valley's Franciscan Estate Winery, yet her white wines are also special. Myers has produced two beauties in the 2015 vintage: Equilibrium white blend and Sauvignon... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Tarring triumph takes Chichester bowlers closer to titlethe next round, beating Bognor ladies 43-34. Scores, home: G Humphreys, M Bate
Tarring triumph takes Chichester bowlers closer to title
Chichester Observer / Posted 7 days ago
the next round, beating Bognor ladies 43-34. Scores, home: G Humphreys, M Bateman, S Blyth and C Ruler beat Jean Taylor, Janet Whitfield, Barbara Reardon, Margaret Phillips 25-14; Away: C Lewendon, J Adams, S Jones and C Bowles lost 20-18 to... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Artist lets her imagination flow from the subconscious mindexpression of your subconscious minds, the dark matter that constantly forms wh
Artist lets her imagination flow from the subconscious mind
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
expression of your subconscious minds, the dark matter that constantly forms who we are. For Sooke resident and artist Janet Thorn, this approach to art is her mantra and her way of discovering what lies buried deep in her heart and mind. Her... Read more
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BC Local News
Artist lets her imagination flow from the subconscious mindexpression of your subconscious minds, the dark matter that constantly forms wh
Artist lets her imagination flow from the subconscious mind
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
expression of your subconscious minds, the dark matter that constantly forms who we are. For Sooke resident and artist Janet Thorn, this approach to art is her mantra and her way of discovering what lies buried deep in her heart and mind. Her... Read more
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Hunts Post
Two hat-trick heroes and honours doubles galore at the Huntingdonshire county finalsCounty Finals. They are, left to right, Scott Wilson, Ray Woodward, Owen Kenned
Two hat-trick heroes and honours doubles galore at the Huntingdonshire county finals
Hunts Post / Posted 7 days ago
County Finals. They are, left to right, Scott Wilson, Ray Woodward, Owen Kennedy, Barbara Clutterbuck, David Peak, Janet Chapman (county president), Richard Wilson, Pat Brace and David Brace. Picture: RICHARD COLES There were hat-trick... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
Morrow named UB Distinguished ProfessorJanet R. Morrow, professor of chemistry, been named a UB Distinguished Professo
Morrow named UB Distinguished Professor
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 8 days ago
Janet R. Morrow, professor of chemistry, been named a UB Distinguished Professor. The UB Distinguished Professor designation was created by the Office of the Provost to recognize full professors who have achieved true distinction and who are leaders... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Feds applaud automakers on fuel economy standardsand reduce greenhouse gas emissions, at similar or lower costs, than we thought
Feds applaud automakers on fuel economy standards
Los Angeles Times / Posted 8 days ago
and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, at similar or lower costs, than we thought possible a few years ago,” the EPA’s Janet McCabe said in a statement. “This is simply great news for consumers, manufacturers, workers and the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Tampa Bay doughnut master Bill Fray on what makes a good doughnutknew they were in the presence of doughnut royalty. Fray is often called the Do
Tampa Bay doughnut master Bill Fray on what makes a good doughnut
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
knew they were in the presence of doughnut royalty. Fray is often called the Doughnut Whisperer. He has been brought in to fine-tune doughnuts at Dunkin’ and at Krispy, at Winchell’s and at Mister Donut. He has consulted with Dough in Tampa,... Read more
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Raw Story
10 pop culture characters who bizarrely stayed friends or lovers with their rapistsraped—and who are grateful for their rapes. They’re so supportive of his cause,
10 pop culture characters who bizarrely stayed friends or lovers with their rapists
Raw Story / Posted 9 days ago
raped—and who are grateful for their rapes. They’re so supportive of his cause, they help him rape other women. 4. Janet Gavin, Rescue Me. In the “Sparks” episode in 2006, Tommy and Janet are divorcing when he finds she’s been seeing his... Read more
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MLive.com
Sister of woman killed by police reacts to recent shootingsshooting, she's faced again with heartbreak over her own sister's death. She t
Sister of woman killed by police reacts to recent shootings
MLive.com / Posted 10 days ago
shooting, she's faced again with heartbreak over her own sister's death. She thinks of her younger sister, 31-year-old Janet Wilson of Detroit, who was shot five times by a Dearborn police officer while trying to flee a traffic stop about 4... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Day 2 of Artscape Kicks Off In Baltimore(WJZ)—Day 2 of Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, kicks off in Bal
Day 2 of Artscape Kicks Off In Baltimore
CBS Baltimore / Posted 10 days ago
(WJZ)—Day 2 of Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, kicks off in Baltimore on Saturday. Artscape features 150+ fine artists, fashion designers and craftspeople; visual art exhibits on and off-site, including exhibitions, outdoor... Read more
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Gulf News
Air pollution causes wrinkles and premature ageing, new research showsinflammation, these enzymes remove more collagen than your skin can create.This
Air pollution causes wrinkles and premature ageing, new research shows
Gulf News / Posted 11 days ago
inflammation, these enzymes remove more collagen than your skin can create.This produces skin laxity and that’s where fine lines and wrinkles come in.” Dr Debra Jaliman, a skin expert based in New York City, says her patients are now worrying... Read more
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Super Sport
Semenya, Van Niekerk win in Monacowas a tough race but I'm taking every small thing as it comes," he said. "This
Semenya, Van Niekerk win in Monaco
Super Sport / Posted 11 days ago
was a tough race but I'm taking every small thing as it comes," he said. "This is another opportunity I am given to fine tune my racing. Hopefully by the time the Olympics come, I'll be ready." Schippers, the heptathlete-turned-sprinter,... Read more
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Super Sport
Semenya runs world leading 800mclear of Jamaica's Veronica Campbell-Brown (11.12) and South Africa's Carina Ho
Semenya runs world leading 800m
Super Sport / Posted 11 days ago
clear of Jamaica's Veronica Campbell-Brown (11.12) and South Africa's Carina Horn (11.14). "I feel in shape, the race was fine, but the last 20 metres were harder, I could feel it," said Schippers, the world 200 metres champion. Kenya's former... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
ON FILM: First Ghostbusters all right with spiritsafternoon. (My colleagues may have been skipping out on work, which would have
ON FILM: First Ghostbusters all right with spirits
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
afternoon. (My colleagues may have been skipping out on work, which would have made the experience even sweeter.) We had a fine time watching Ghostbusters in 1984. We probably ate some popcorn. I know we all giggled when the empty bottle sitting at... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphriesred capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser C
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphries
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
red capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser Celia Castro, a second year's Masters of Fine Arts student at the University of Sydney, said the red capes symbolised "our bloodline, our work, at the Sydney's... Read more
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WA Today
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphriesred capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser C
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphries
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
red capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser Celia Castro, a second year's Masters of Fine Arts student at the University of Sydney, said the red capes symbolised "our bloodline, our work, at the Sydney's... Read more
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Pitchfork
Shura: Nothing’s Real Album Reviewthen former Athlete frontman and songwriter-to-the-stars Joel Pott (possibly th
Shura: Nothing’s Real Album Review
Pitchfork / Posted 12 days ago
then former Athlete frontman and songwriter-to-the-stars Joel Pott (possibly the anti-Hynes, as instant cred goes, though a fine partner here). The panic attack came when their song “Touch,” an anxious, tender number about a romantic connection... Read more
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Canberra Times
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphriesred capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser C
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphries
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
red capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser Celia Castro, a second year's Masters of Fine Arts student at the University of Sydney, called the merger a closure and said the red capes symbolised "our bloodline,... Read more
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The Age
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphriesred capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser C
Archibald Prize 2016: Louise Hearman wins with portrait of Barry Humphries
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
red capes, the protesters held signs that read: "SOS SCA". Protest organiser Celia Castro, a second year's Masters of Fine Arts student at the University of Sydney, called the merger a closure and said the red capes symbolised "our bloodline,... Read more
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