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Let's eat: Great start for city newcomer
The food at Odettes has a pleasingly light touch but is full of original and inventive ideas. Photo / Getty Images All right, I give up. The hospitality industry has defeated me on the...
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Kreis and the miracle of Salt Lake
... Getty Images There are all manner of inspiring underdog stories in football, and Real Salt Lake’s 2009 MLS championship charge ranks among the most unlikely. Finishing the regular season with a...
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International Rules 2014: Australia beats Ireland...
AUSTRALIA avenged last year’s embarrassing Inter
ional Rules campaign with an entertaining 10-point victory over Ireland on Saturday night at Patersons Stadium. The kicking for goal from the AFL...
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'Demon Eyes' Doll of Bin Laden Sells at Auction f...
The prototype of a creepy doll of Osama Bin Laden, created by the CIA to turn the al-Qaida leader into a bogeyman for children, has sold at an auction for $12,000 (£7,585). It fetched more than four...
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AFL national draft comes with no guarantee for cl...
THERE will be no losers after Thursday’s
ional draft. Every club will put out a press release declaring they are thrilled to have secured such promising talents. The brutal reality is that some of...
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F-Type Jag takes lead role in LA Motor Show
F-Type Jag takes lead role in LA Motor Show CALIFORNIA might be renowned for its Hollywood A-listers but the stars this week were the four-wheeled variety, writes
Barnes. The Mirai is a...
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Stephen King's 'The Stand' to get four instalments
The Josh Boone adaptation of Stephen King's "The Stand" has been given the go-ahead to become a four-part movie franchise rather than a single 3-hour epic. Having written up a compressed, non-linear...
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Delta Confirms Airbus Buy
Adds 25 A350-900, 25 A330-900neo To Its Fleet Plan Delta Air Lines has confirmed its order for Airbus A350-900 and A330-900neo airplanes to replace older generation Boeing 747 and 767 aircraft...
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Japan orders air-bag maker to conduct probe
Japan orders air-bag maker to conduct probe Japan’s transport ministry said Friday it has ordered air-bag maker Takata to conduct an internal investigation after cases of its air bags exploding...
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National Adoption Day yields laughter, tears
Thirty of the adoptions involved foster children. The remaining dozen were private adoptions. After remarks by a parade of public officials, Kern County Superior Court Judge Louie Vega asked adoptive...
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During the holiday season. there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to giving. Toys for Tots'. others put money in the Salvation Army's Red Kettle. However, one La Crosse teenager has...
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NotCompatible Mobile Malware Gets Badder
A new version of the NotCompatible malware, which first appeared in 2012, is bigger, badder and pretty much indestructible, Lookout Security reported. And it can compromise corporate networks, thanks...
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Bid for longer swim season
A NEW committee pushing for better swimming facilities across the Border is lobbying Albury council for an extended season at the city’s swim centre. Craig Gogoll and Nan Brandt (both sitting) with...
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Oakland Street Art in National Geographic
ional Geographic turned its lens away from the exotic Sahara and deep into an alley way in East Oakland. In the piece "Sneak Attacks of Beauty in a Tough Town: Street Art in Oakland,...
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Bubar’s Celebrates Sapphire Jubilee: 70 Years Of ...
Photo by Jennifer Eden Bubar’s Jewelers owner Bill Bubar (left) and jeweler Leonel Zepeda. The family-owned business has been serving the Santa Monica community since 1945. With an intriguing family...
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Downtown Coyotes: Inside the Secret Lives of Chic...
The versatile carnivore,
ive to middle America, has spread into nearly every corner of the U.S. in the past few decades, taking particular advantage of the suburbs and their wildlife buffet....
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Why longtime Dunes headliner Bob Anderson still m...
... Anderson and Don Rickles. ( Courtesy )By John Katsilometes, Las Vegas Sun and U.S. News Agency / Asian Bob Anderson lives in Branson today. He also lives in Vegas in 1975. “I’m caught in the...
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Parish pump Hialsham - November 21, 2014
Alfriston DICKENSIAN EVENING tomorrow, Saturday, starts with the High Street closed to traffic at 2pm till 10pm. The road is closed so that parades, performances, stalls and music and visitors can...
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Insects In Religion: Sacred Scarabs To Harbingers...
The dung beetle rolls dung into a ball as food and as a place in which to lay eggs that are later transformed into larvae. Ancient Egyptians saw the dung beetle -- or scarab as they called it -- as a...
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Venice Craftsman hits the right notes
This 105-year-old Craftsman compound with ties to the Venice music scene in the 1940s recently sold for about $2.56 million. The historic residence, built in 1909, was home to songwriter and...
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