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2015/06/30 03:54
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The library has an Outreach Services Department that makes bimonthly visits to eight local senior facilities, maintains four community book swaps and makes regular monthly deliveries to more than 20...
2015/06/30 03:54
2015/06/30 03:54
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2015/06/29 13:03
2015/06/29 13:03
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As one of the top film locations outside of California, Georgia is likely to get some of the business that might otherwise have gone to Louisiana, sometimes called “Hollywood South,” Bill Webb...
2015/06/29 01:45
2015/06/29 01:45
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On the way to solitary confinement in the notoriously violent Otis Bantum Correctional Center.Photo: Ashley Gilbertson/VII Photo for New York Magazine Photograph by Ashley Gilbertson This report is...
2015/06/28 16:48
2015/06/28 16:48
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Near the end of my time as an associate at a big New York law firm, I created a chart. It was thermometer style, the kind people use to gauge progress toward sales targets or fundraising goals. I...
2015/06/22 10:49
2015/06/22 10:49
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The American Southeast, with its lush green landscapes, warm winters and trademark hospitality, is a natural magnet for many retirees. But if there’s one Southern state that’s often overlooked, it’s...
2015/06/19 16:35
2015/06/19 16:35
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By M. Scott Morris TUPELO – Authors and readers will unite in Jackson on Saturday, Aug. 22, for the inaugural Mississippi Book Festival. The event at the State Capitol in Jackson will feature John...
2015/06/19 06:39
2015/06/19 06:39
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Of memories and fights for justice and success ( Books This Weekend) 1. Book: The Orphanage for Words; Author: Shinie Antony; Publisher: Rupa; Pages: 179; Price: Rs.250 The book documents the...
2015/06/18 15:57
2015/06/18 15:57
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Submitted by Adrienne Raczki Mike Noonan, romance-mystery novelist, is spiraling into depression. His beloved wife of 10 years, Johanna, dies suddenly in the summer of 1994 and Mike is left...
2015/06/18 07:09
2015/06/18 07:09
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Liz Kendall had a half-decent night. She, above all the candidates, again demonstrated the courage to stake out challenging positions for her party, especially in the area of the economy and spending....
2015/06/15 14:30
2015/06/15 14:30
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NEW AUDIO BOOK DETAILS FIRST FICTIONAL & MOST PROBABLE LEGAL BATTLE FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN REPARATIONS – Free copies are now available of “Reparations I: The Attorneys” – a full cast audio drama by a...
2015/06/09 09:29
2015/06/09 09:29
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For many people, the freight forwarding business is associated with men and limited time to rest. As the economy becomes stronger and more competitive, importers and exporters have increased their...
2015/06/07 13:49
2015/06/07 13:49
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Culture Shock: Does making art have to be such hard work? The crucial thing about art is not how long it takes to create, but that it is created all Pablo Picasso is thought to have produced about...
2015/06/05 20:38
2015/06/05 20:38
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Duran, a communications professor at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Conn., says that he often arrives at a class to find 20 students silently texting in the dark — they’re so busy with...
2015/06/04 10:49
2015/06/04 10:49
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Imagine turning on your TV and seeing Donald Trump talking to the ladies of “The View,” and as you go to change the channel you realize the huge image of the New York City skyline behind the hosts is...
2015/06/04 00:09
2015/06/04 00:09
26d
So sustained and so earnest was the denunciation of Fifa across the Atlantic, we could even forgive the stilted rhetoric with which it was delivered. “Soccer is a beautiful game because the pitch is...
2015/06/02 18:41
2015/06/02 18:41
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STARKVILLE, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Owners of one of the world's largest private collections of African-American art, artifacts, documents and manuscripts will return to Mississippi State on June...
2015/06/02 15:55
2015/06/02 15:55
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You can't judge a book by its cover, and, it seems, you can't judge a reader by their suburb. Melbourne's most read books You can't judge a book by its cover, and, it seems, you can't judge a reader...
2015/06/02 09:51
2015/06/02 09:51
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Take Five: Rep. Tom Emmer It’s time again for Take Five, when HOH talks with a member of Congress about topics relatively unrelated to legislative work. Q. What is the best piece of advice you have...
2015/06/01 01:45
2015/06/01 01:45
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Under the deal Presto TV and Presto Entertainment subscribers now have access to a host of critically-acclaimed dramas including undercover crime drama Rogue; The Firm, a suspense fuelled TV show...
2015/05/30 14:55
2015/05/30 14:55
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When Douglas Corleone moved from New York to Hawaii, his life changed dramatically. Douglas Corleone's first novel One Man's Paradise was about a disgraced New York City attorney who escapes to...
2015/06/30 03:54
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