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Most Chicagoans OK with Lucas museum spot
Much has been made of Mayor Rahm Emanuel offering lakefront land to "Star Wars" creator George Lucas for a museum and the pushback from open-space advocates opposed to the site, but a Chicago Tribune...
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Exhibit brings viewers nostalgia
The images depicted in Lauzon’s artwork might be a revelation to area newcomers: A tobacco barn in Grissettown, the swing bridge in Sunset Beach, Dyke’s Esso station in Shallotte, and an old fishing...
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Former U.S. Sen. James Jeffords dies at 80
Former U.S. Sen. James Jeffords dies at 80 Former U.S. Sen. James Jeffords, whose historic 2001 departure from the Republican Party single-handedly tipped control of a 50-50 chamber to the Democrats,...
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Pilots relish sharing repeat championship with ho...
Highlights from Peninsula Pilots 11-4 victory over the Florence RedWolves during Saturday's Petitt Cup championship game at War Memorial Stadium. HAMPTON -- The Peninsula Pilots lost Game 1 of the...
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It's time Manatee County revamped Animal Services
As a former rescue group president from Georgia, I was thrilled to move to a county that was advocating a No-Kill policy. My enthusiasm was short-lived unfortunately. The more I watched and read the...
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Hardwick Fair is time-honored tradition
HARDWICK � The nation's oldest country fair, first held in 1762, opened Friday night with a large crowd on the Common, and continues Saturday. People come for good food, cattle judging, tractor pulls...
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Two artists featured at new Pearl Ellis show
... Ellis Gallery will present the Susan Schaefer and Jill Paris Rody show featuring “Landscapes – As We See Them”. The show will run until Sunday, Sept. 7. The artists invite the public to join them...
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Farm-table restaurants gives 'transparent' view o...
Here’s something to think about the next time you sit down at a restaurant. Do you know where the food came from? It’s a question a lot more people are asking these days in light of reports about...
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The Observer has been thinking a lot about guilt and innocence recently, a cerebral by-product of a story I'm working on about a guy who spent a lot of years in the Concrete Hotel for a crime he may...
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Skullcandy G.I. Headphone/Headset
The Columbia Museum of Art, in partnership with Richland Library, will present the summer exhibition, All the World’s a Stage: Anita Lobel, on view through August 17, CMA’s Wells Fargo Education...
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Lucas Museum Construction Could Unearth Dangerous...
There could be a dangerous and expensive clean-up job at the future site of filmmaker George Lucas' "Museum of Narrative Art." Work to build the museum atop 17 acres adjacent to Soldier Field and...
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When all the world's a stage
From a portrait of artist
to the misadventures of a transgender artist considering gender reassignment, TheatreWorks' 2014 New Works Festival brings six new plays and musicals to the...
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New homes to bring old-school Americana to Little...
LITTLE FALLS - The Planning Board has approved a developer's design to subdivide a 17,500-square-foot property, currently the site of a warehouse for a vitamin distribution company at 47 Center Ave.,...
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Horses help during youth program's ‘Family Fun Da...
Horses help during youth program's ‘Family Fun Day' TOM MOMBERG, Staff Writer NORTH BENNINGTON -- Kimberly Farms held Gallup to Success' inaugural Family Fun Day on Saturday, bringing the youth and...
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Analysis: East Vancouver shopping lacks what work...
As a community of shoppers, we have a lot of choices in Clark County on how and where to spend our money. With more than 50 shopping centers on the north side of the Columbia River, our shopping...
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Coping with the tree massacre
I live in a neighborhood where houses and trees have coexisted together for more than a hundred years. It's charming, partly because of the vintage homes and partly because of its
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What's Hot In Newport This Summer
By Laura House and Kate Thorman for Fathom | Team Mr & Mrs Smith kicked off summer with a good old-fashioned road trip. We capped off a whirlwind New England tour with a night in Newport. And more...
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Sugar hit: Online game Candy Crush Saga. The NRMA is outside waiting to fix my car but I'm not leaving my laptop. Amateo from Athens has just scored 155 points with "zapateo" and Chuan from Shanghai...
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Hospitable Nashville always feels like home
Nashville — NASHVILLE, Tennessee — I adopted Nashville as my hometown in 2005 after a cross-country trip to find a new place to live. I hadn't gotten my fill of the place when I relocated to San...
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Lucas getting to know neighbors at the Shedd
Lucas getting to know neighbors at the Shedd George Lucas has continued his campaign to build relationships with new neighbors along the lakefront where his Lucas Museum of Narrative Art will be...
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