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Medina graduate Chad Toocheck overcomes drugs, al...
Chad Toocheck, 26, poses for a picture at Kenneth Dukes Stadium, where he played high school football for Medina. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE) Chad Toocheck doesn’t remember everything that happened on...
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Legalising sex work ‘will cut HIV infection rates’
Kholi Buthelezi discussed the plight of sex workers in South Africa. Picture: Sipokazi Fokazi Cape Town - The government should legalise sex work because it would help protect those in the illegal...
Read more at iol.co.za
Cathy Owen: Oh, how summer holidays are never the...
As I turned up Cliff Richard’s We’re All Going on a Summer holiday to drown out the sound of the thunder booming around us, I knew it still couldn’t be as bad as THAT holiday. The car was packed (I...
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Miley Cyrus Goes Topless In The Desert
What a view. Miley Cyrus found an interesting way to stay cool in the desert on July 21, as the 21-year-old stripped down to nothing but a pair of jean shorts. Considering she looks like she's in the...
Read more at The Huffington Post
Nobody Cares About Your Tweets
The vast majority of Tweets are useless. Twitter feeds are an endless stream of #random and #unnecessary hashtags, shady shortened links, and poorly-made pictures hawking one's favorite political...
Read more at Gawker
My holidays: Peter Taylor
A high-altitude lake to paddle on and a cafe with good espresso is an ideal escape for this Olympic rower. Peter Taylor once managed to board a flight using a photocopy of his passport. Photo /...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
They take a dive to save forests and homes
They take a dive to save forests and homes | News - Home The nearly 12,000-acre Waterman Complex of wildfires near Mitchell moved from 50 to 75 percent containment Monday -- and it was announced that...
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Pro Hart: Reconciling his life and his art
A new book on Pro Hart is set to continue the debate - pop culture icon or true Australian artist? HIS artworks hang in state galleries, he was feted by royalty and hailed by the everyman as a...
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Northern Daily Leader
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Big town needs big ideas
If you just moved to Westman this time last year, you have to be wondering ... what have I done? How is it possible to live in western Manitoba and not be "hearty"? Let’s review. We’ve all just...
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How the Syrian-Muslim and American-Jew became bes...
I’m sitting at a pub my first night in Cyprus with a group of strangers. Peering around at potential friends I begin to talk to this hilarious guy. Syria, he tells me, that’s where I am from. He...
Read more at The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Living and working in war-torn Afghanistan
To help keep herself safe and sane while making television dramas in Afghanistan, Australian producer Trudi-Ann Tierney devised an ever-more elaborate game of hide-and-seek in her head in case the...
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Afghan National Police
Readers' picks: From paradises to morale killers
Air Force Times opened the floor to its readers to get their thoughts on the best and worst bases in the Air Force. More than 100 readers sent us their thoughts on our Flightlines blog, Facebook page,...
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Minot Air Force Base
Special Report: The top 5 best bases for airmen
No matter the service, no matter the era, one of the favorite pastimes of troops has always been comparing duty stations � griping about the lousy ones and singing the praises of the good ones. Air...
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Air Force Times
Air Force Times
The view of the New Harbor from the Neck Road has disappeared. It once was impossible to ignore the number of boats in the Great Salt Pond, white motorcraft most of those nearest the shore, the...
Read more at The Block Island Times
Escape the chaos of Bangkok in Chiang Mai, Thaila...
I WAS in Bangkok and less than enamoured. The night-life is chaotic, as are the crowded streets, the tourist-laden temples and the city itself, so overflowing with skyscrapers and malls and concrete...
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Tourism Authority of Thailand
Ojai: California's blissful hippie town
It seemed so retro of them. And it was. "We do this every Friday from 5 to 6 p.m.," Leeman, 73, said. "We started after [President George W.] Bush was reelected." Ten years of waving signs on the...
Read more at Philly.com
NASCAR returns to play in the dirt
They are indelible moments from the inaugural Mudsummer Classic at Eldora Speedway in 2013, NASCAR’s first race on dirt among its three national series since 1970. It’s Austin Dillon standing atop...
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Warren native opens farm stand to give back
WEST BROOKFIELD � Boston University graduate, four-year scholarship winner and field hockey star Macey J. Gaumond has bought the farm, literally. After graduating with a bachelor's in communications...
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Discoveries: Free hands-on space museum in Marin ...
NOVATO -- Most museums discourage the tactile. They encase their treasures in hermetically sealed Lucite, post all-caps Do Not Touch signs, have blue-blazered guards hovering nearby, lest these...
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California Academy of Sciences
International Space Station
"Manhattan" on WGN, set in 1940s Los Alamos, is a...
A beautifully executed 1940s period drama about the men and women involved in the top-secret Manhattan Project is at once transporting and provocative. Visually stunning, at first it seems a dreamy...
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