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Lo Spiedo: Go for the wings, stay for the octopus...
Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic Posted: Sunday, February 1, 2015, 3:01 AM OK, so maybe even the hottest cabbages this side of the Delaware won't make you rush to head down to the deepest edge...
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Yes, Millennials Really Are Falling Behind Their ...
Frédéric Delouvee/Flickr Creative Commons The past is another country. In 1980, the typical young worker in Detroit or Flint, Michigan, earned more than his counterpart in San Francisco or San Jose....
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The fall — and overhaul — of the American mall
With the opening of the Landmark Regional Shopping Center in 1965, Washingtonians finally had a mall to celebrate. Now, the Alexandria, Va. mall is about 40 percent vacant and is slated for...
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Jonah Hill, 'D Train' filmmakers to adapt Vegas h...
Mogel and Paul tell Variety they plan to adapt the Wired magazine article "Finding a Vegas Poker Bug Made These Guys Rich -- Then Vegas Made Them Pay," to which they recently bought the rights as a...
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Interiors Awards 2015: Historic Restoration
... Brian Libby. Photography by Benjamin Benschneider and Doug Scott King Street Station Designer: ZGF Architects Client: City of Seattle Department of Transportation Location: Seattle “The...
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New Black course will set Streamsong up to host t...
Streamsong Resort in Polk County is adding a third golf course – Streamsong Black – near where the Red and Blue courses are. While Streamsong's new Black Course, announced this month, does not...
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Christians are challenged to become “persons with...
By: Fr. Czar Emmanuel Alvarez, OSA 4TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Gospel Reading: Mark 1,21-28 OUR Gospel reading this Sunday narrates one of those usual instances in which Jesus goes to a synagogue...
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Chicago's Super Bowl ad lineup
Chicago will have a robust presence in the Super Bowl, at least during the many commercial breaks. NBC confirmed this week the network has sold out its inventory of 70 units at $4.5 million per...
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Mosaic teaches teamwork
Last year Mary Hilger of Indian Springs Middle School in Columbia City, along with Mary Sorrell of Brookville and Laurel schools, received a federal grant to learn more about making
Read more at Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Mansion on Hampstead's 'Billionaires' Row' sells ...
Jersey House is a 20,000 sq ft new-build in The Bishops Avenue, Hampstead, a street known for its super-rich residents as well as for empty, decaying “ghost homes”. The property has eight bedroom...
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I Remember CedarDavid Hazeltine
All but one of the 10 songs are Walton originals, but Hazeltine ignores obvious choices like “Bolivia” and the pair of standards associated with Walton’s fabled tenure with Art Blakey, “Ugetsu” and...
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NTT Communications to Test Service for Informatio...
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), the ICT solutions and international communications business within the NTT Group (NYSE:NTT), announced today that it will test...
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Munson: Defense on point in Hernandez trial
Great trial lawyers are able to distill their arguments into a single phrase, and that's exactly what the lead lawyer for Aaron Hernandez did Thursday in his opening statement to the jury. Nearly two...
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Youth wetland photos could win world travel
Young people from 15 to 24 are in with a chance to win international travel by entering the World Wetlands Day youth photo competition.The Department of Conservation is encouraging young people to...
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Comet on 18 January 2015 – NavCam
Comet on 18 January 2015 – NavCam This four-image
comprises Rosetta navigation camera images taken from a distance of 28.4 km from the center of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on 18 January....
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School mural draws on Nanaimo students’ passions
As Angela Jurgensen graduates from Vancouver Island University’s postbaccalaureate teacher training program this week, it is fitting that Jean Kloppenburg will also be receiving her master’s degree in...
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Delbert C. McDonald, Jr., 77, St. Joseph, MO
Delbert C. McDonald, Jr., 77, St. Joseph, Missouri died Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at
Life Care. He was born May 13, 1937 to Delbert and Rozzetta (Gerner) McDonald, Sr. in St. Joseph,...
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Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Hap...
AGRICULTURE CAREER FAIR 4-7 p.m. The second annual fair brings together local businesses, community members and educators involved in the daily business of Ventura County’s agricultural industry....
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Some ugly truths about the bank bailouts
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — More than 4 million Americans lost their homes in the wake of the financial crisis, but the vast majority of lenders survived through government assistance rushed to Wall...
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Events are free unless otherwise noted. Art & Exhibits Central Arkansas ARKANSAS ARTS CENTER MacArthur Park, East Ninth and Commerce streets. Architecture and Design Network Lecture Series:...
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