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Kane County Chronicle
River City Chronicles: The lure of the Dark SideWhat prompted the litany of Darth Vaders? Perhaps two deaths, one of which a ju
River City Chronicles: The lure of the Dark Side
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
What prompted the litany of Darth Vaders? Perhaps two deaths, one of which a jury declared a murder. Shadwick King was sentenced to 30 years for killing his wife in July 2014. Early one morning, prosecutors argued, Shadwick became upset that his... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Piedmont: Scouts off to the races in Pinewood DerbyPIEDMONT -- Piedmont Scouts were off to the races last Saturday, as about 200 b
Piedmont: Scouts off to the races in Pinewood Derby
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
PIEDMONT -- Piedmont Scouts were off to the races last Saturday, as about 200 boys and girls competed in the annual Pinewood Derby at the Piedmont Community Church gym-turned-speedway. Cheered on by family and friends, the kids' handcrafted cars,... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Pittsfield's 10x10 festival to include new features, plays and fireworksPITTSFIELD >> Fan favorites, new collaborations and the return of a winte
Pittsfield's 10x10 festival to include new features, plays and fireworks
Berkshire Eagle / Posted yesterday
PITTSFIELD >> Fan favorites, new collaborations and the return of a winter fireworks display highlight the fifth annual 10x10 Upstreet Arts Festival. The 10 days of cultural activities opens with a reception Thursday at the Lichtenstein Center... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Reflecting on New HampshireOK, now I'm officially a little wigged out by Donald Trump. He will say anythin
Reflecting on New Hampshire
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
OK, now I'm officially a little wigged out by Donald Trump. He will say anything — 42 percent is the actual unemployment rate? — and no one even really bothers to try to call him on his distortions because he's seemingly rewritten the rules of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Museum's military history extends to Civil WarThe display that greets visitors entering Jacksonville Museum of Military Histo
Museum's military history extends to Civil War
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
The display that greets visitors entering Jacksonville Museum of Military History adds the visceral impact of real names to the assertion famously attributed to Civil War Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman: "War is hell." It also buttresses the museum's... Read more
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NJ.com
N.J.'s 20 best wings, just in time for Super Bowl 50It's no secret that Super Bowl Sunday is Super Chicken Wing Day; about 1.3 bill
N.J.'s 20 best wings, just in time for Super Bowl 50
NJ.com / Posted 5 days ago
It's no secret that Super Bowl Sunday is Super Chicken Wing Day; about 1.3 billion will be consumed in the United States this weekend, according to the National Chicken Council. Most bar wings, though, are nothing special, gooped and gunked with the... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Oklahoma City-area religion briefsMonastery to celebrate Chinese New Year The Buddha Mind Monastery will host a
Oklahoma City-area religion briefs
The Oklahoman / Posted 5 days ago
Monastery to celebrate Chinese New Year The Buddha Mind Monastery will host a Chinese New Year celebration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at 5800 S Anderson Road. Activities celebrating the Chinese Year of the Monkey will include a blessing ceremony... Read more
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Khaleej Times
Movie review: The Finest HoursWaves and nostalgia wash over The Finest Hours finds Jake Coyle Waves of water
Movie review: The Finest Hours
Khaleej Times / Posted 6 days ago
Waves and nostalgia wash over The Finest Hours finds Jake Coyle Waves of water and nostalgia wash over the drenched and drippy The Finest Hours, a Norman Rockwell painting tossed into stormy CGI seas. The disaster drama, directed by Craig Gillespie... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Berkshire County High School Art Show celebrates 30th anniversarySTOCKBRIDGE >> The nation's biggest football game isn't the only event ma
Berkshire County High School Art Show celebrates 30th anniversary
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
STOCKBRIDGE >> The nation's biggest football game isn't the only event marking a milestone this weekend. Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the Berkshire County High School Art Show, organized and held at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Like... Read more
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Style Weekly
Brand Shift: The Martin Agency's John Adams Starts a New ChapterAmong the Martin Agency’s many successes is an ad for insurance company Geico f
Brand Shift: The Martin Agency's John Adams Starts a New Chapter
Style Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
Among the Martin Agency’s many successes is an ad for insurance company Geico featuring a computer-generated image of a lime-colored gecko with a voice-over by an anonymous actor. “This is my final plea: I am a gecko, not to be confused with Geico,... Read more
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The New Yorker
The O. J. Simpson Trial: Our Not-Guilty Pleasure“We are Kardashians,” Robert Kardashian (David Schwimmer) tells his four childr
The O. J. Simpson Trial: Our Not-Guilty Pleasure
The New Yorker / Posted 9 days ago
“We are Kardashians,” Robert Kardashian (David Schwimmer) tells his four children, who bounce in a booth at L.A.’s ChinChin restaurant, giddy that their dad has been recognized from his appearances on cable news, sticking up for his friend O. J.... Read more
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Yahoo News
Walmart heiress Alice Walton is the richest woman in the world Alice, along with older brothers Jim and Rob — who also graced the list, prod
Walmart heiress Alice Walton is the richest woman in the world
Yahoo News / Posted 11 days ago
Alice, along with older brothers Jim and Rob — who also graced the list, produced with Wealth-X, a company that conducts research on the superwealthy — have a combined net worth of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Walmart heiress Alice Walton is the richest woman in the worldWith a net worth of $33.2 billion, Alice Walton isn't just the wealthiest woman
Walmart heiress Alice Walton is the richest woman in the world
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
With a net worth of $33.2 billion, Alice Walton isn't just the wealthiest woman on our list of the 50 richest people on earth, she's also a member of one of the richest families in the world. Along with older brothers Jim and Rob — who also graced... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Walmart heiress Alice Walton is the richest woman in the worldWith a net worth of $33.2 billion, Alice Walton isn't just the wealthiest woman
Walmart heiress Alice Walton is the richest woman in the world
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
With a net worth of $33.2 billion, Alice Walton isn't just the wealthiest woman on our list of the 50 richest people on earth, she's also a member of one of the richest families in the world. Along with older brothers Jim and Rob — who also graced... Read more
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Deseret News
Music and the Spoken Word: 'Life as we would like it to be'Editor's note: “The Spoken Word” is shared each Sunday during the weekly Mormon
Music and the Spoken Word: 'Life as we would like it to be'
Deseret News / Posted 12 days ago
Editor's note: “The Spoken Word” is shared each Sunday during the weekly Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast. This will be given Jan. 31, 2016. American artist Norman Rockwell was known as the artist of the common man and of common places. His models... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Jo Ann Fitzpatrick Brown, noted Berkshire hotelier, entrepreneur, dies at 66STOCKBRIDGE >> Jo Ann Fitzpatrick Brown, the younger sister of Berkshire
Jo Ann Fitzpatrick Brown, noted Berkshire hotelier, entrepreneur, dies at 66
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 13 days ago
STOCKBRIDGE >> Jo Ann Fitzpatrick Brown, the younger sister of Berkshire lodging entrepreneur Nancy Fitzpatrick, died at her home in Stockbridge on Thursday following an 11-month battle with cancer, her sister said Friday. She was 66. The... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Art for Dope’s sakeBeauty, they say, is in the eyes of the beholder, and who am I to rebut it. Ta
Art for Dope’s sake
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 13 days ago
Beauty, they say, is in the eyes of the beholder, and who am I to rebut it. Take the "Mona Lisa" ... please. I first saw it in a textbook when I was in sixth grade. Miss Pattinson told us what page to turn to and then held up her copy for us to... Read more
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E! Online
Exclusive Look at Grease: Live's '50s FashionGet ready for poodle skirts, bullet bras and major transformations when Grease:
Exclusive Look at Grease: Live's '50s Fashion
E! Online / Posted 14 days ago
Get ready for poodle skirts, bullet bras and major transformations when Grease: Live airs this Sunday. "We are making it very much of today. It's the ‘50s with grace notes," Grease: Live's Tony-winning costume designer William Ivey Long tells E!... Read more
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Orange County Register
Waves and nostalgia engulf 'Finest Hours'Waves of water and nostalgia wash over the drenched and drippy “The Finest Hour
Waves and nostalgia engulf 'Finest Hours'
Orange County Register / Posted 14 days ago
Waves of water and nostalgia wash over the drenched and drippy “The Finest Hours,” a Norman Rockwell painting tossed into stormy CGI seas. The disaster drama, directed by Craig Gillespie, is a movie of curious contrasts: an unabashedly old-fashioned... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Student Resource Center, Rockwell Museum team up to create muralPITTSFIELD >> A winged high-top sneaker, a blazing basketball, a bolt of
Student Resource Center, Rockwell Museum team up to create mural
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 15 days ago
PITTSFIELD >> A winged high-top sneaker, a blazing basketball, a bolt of lightning — these are some of the personal emblems the teenagers of the Student Resource Center incorporated into a new mural unveiled Wednesday morning in the hallway of... Read more
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Denver Post
Waves and nostalgia wash over 'The Finest Hours'Waves of water and nostalgia wash over the drenched and drippy "The Finest Hour
Waves and nostalgia wash over 'The Finest Hours'
Denver Post / Posted 16 days ago
Waves of water and nostalgia wash over the drenched and drippy "The Finest Hours," a Norman Rockwell painting tossed into stormy CGI seas. The disaster drama, directed by Craig Gillespie ("Lars and the Real Girl," ''Million Dollar Arm"), is a movie... Read more
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The Advocate
Intimate Portraits LASM exhibit shows painter’s admiration, respect for womenHe admired them, but even more importantly, he showed them respect in both his
Intimate Portraits LASM exhibit shows painter’s admiration, respect for women
The Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
He admired them, but even more importantly, he showed them respect in both his studio and his paintings, some of which are featured in the Louisiana Art & Science Museum’s exhibit, “Raphael Soyer: Intimate Portraits.” The show runs through April 3... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Leaving Hazleton behind: Why folks moved awayWhat would ever make a person pull up stakes and leave the Hazleton area? For
Leaving Hazleton behind: Why folks moved away
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 17 days ago
What would ever make a person pull up stakes and leave the Hazleton area? For generations this had been the $64,000 question. Today, however, enough former area residents to fill several more cities the size of Hazleton live scattered across the... Read more
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Roll Call
Congress Stays Away from Capitol Hill, But Not SleddersCongress Stays Away, But Not Sledders Capitol Hill was crowded on Sunday as th
Congress Stays Away from Capitol Hill, But Not Sledders
Roll Call / Posted 17 days ago
Congress Stays Away, But Not Sledders Capitol Hill was crowded on Sunday as the snow stopped and the sledders came to hang out. (Jason Dick/CQ Roll Call) When Congress is away, the people will play. Amid the weekend’s historic snowfall and its... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Leaving Hazleton behindWhat would ever make a person pull up stakes and leave the Hazleton area? For
Leaving Hazleton behind
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 17 days ago
What would ever make a person pull up stakes and leave the Hazleton area? For generations this had been the $64,000 question. Today, however, enough former area residents to fill several more cities the size of Hazleton live scattered across the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Rural Oregon just shell of its old selfBURNS, Ore. -- One of the largest wood mills in the West once belched its steam
Rural Oregon just shell of its old self
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
BURNS, Ore. -- One of the largest wood mills in the West once belched its steam on the edge of town, sawing ponderosa pine. Out in the woods, tree fallers like Tex Ward were proud and prosperous. Ward, 54, a lifelong resident who has lost his job... Read more
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The News & Observer
Triangle community warms up together | News & Observer January 23, 2016 7:11 PM From left, regular customers Ra
Triangle community warms up together
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
| News & Observer January 23, 2016 7:11 PM From left, regular customers Rajan Sharma, Margie Crowell, Stacy Lawson, Chris Plaks, and Michael Plaks enjoy one another's... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Jacksonville Jaguars Tailgate Recipe: Pomeroy Barbecue SundaeWith a losing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars weren't exactly the hottest tick
Jacksonville Jaguars Tailgate Recipe: Pomeroy Barbecue Sundae
Oakland Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
With a losing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars weren't exactly the hottest ticket in town. The same can't be said, though, for Jacksonville's Legend Series pop-up dinners (www.thelegendseriesjax.com), co-founded by chef Scotty Schwartz, which sell... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Jacksonville Jaguars Tailgate Recipe: Pomeroy Barbecue SundaeWith a losing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars weren't exactly the hottest tick
Jacksonville Jaguars Tailgate Recipe: Pomeroy Barbecue Sundae
The Fremont Argus / Posted 19 days ago
With a losing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars weren't exactly the hottest ticket in town. The same can't be said, though, for Jacksonville's Legend Series pop-up dinners (www.thelegendseriesjax.com), co-founded by chef Scotty Schwartz, which sell... Read more
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The Daily Review
Jacksonville Jaguars Tailgate Recipe: Pomeroy Barbecue SundaeWith a losing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars weren't exactly the hottest tick
Jacksonville Jaguars Tailgate Recipe: Pomeroy Barbecue Sundae
The Daily Review / Posted 19 days ago
With a losing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars weren't exactly the hottest ticket in town. The same can't be said, though, for Jacksonville's Legend Series pop-up dinners (www.thelegendseriesjax.com), co-founded by chef Scotty Schwartz, which sell... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Civil rights icon Ruby Bridges coming to San Jose StateThe iconic image of 6-year-old Ruby Bridges being escorted by federal marshals
Civil rights icon Ruby Bridges coming to San Jose State
Oakland Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
The iconic image of 6-year-old Ruby Bridges being escorted by federal marshals to her Louisiana elementary school in 1960 became so ingrained in the American consciousness that even Norman Rockwell recreated it in a painting. A desegregation pioneer... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Coca-Cola's new global strategy will move the brand backwards in AustraliaCoca-Cola’s new global strategy will move the brand backwards in Australia Coc
Coca-Cola's new global strategy will move the brand backwards in Australia
MumBRELLA / Posted 23 days ago
Coca-Cola’s new global strategy will move the brand backwards in Australia Coca-Cola has created some of the best ad campaigns in Australia in recent years, which makes the decision to run bland global creative all the more bizarre argues... Read more
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The Advocate
Artists’ portraiture transcends place, time in new 'selfies' exhibitNorman Rockwell didn’t have an iPhone or Android, yet he was able to produce on
Artists’ portraiture transcends place, time in new 'selfies' exhibit
The Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
Norman Rockwell didn’t have an iPhone or Android, yet he was able to produce one of the world’s best-known selfies. The Artist Revealed: Artist Portraits & Self-Portraits, an exhibit from the holdings of Syracuse University Art Galleries WHEN:... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Coca-Cola to become overarching brand for Coke drinks as it moves to new global strategy Coca-Cola is set to become the catch-all marketing term for the different var
Coca-Cola to become overarching brand for Coke drinks as it moves to new global strategy
MumBRELLA / Posted 23 days ago
Coca-Cola is set to become the catch-all marketing term for the different variants of Coke as the soft drink giant looks to leverage the popularity of its... Read more
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AdWeek
Here Are 25 Sweet, Simple Ads From Coca-Cola's Big New 'Taste the Feeling' CampaignCoca-Cola on Tuesday unveiled a big new global creative campaign with the tagli
Here Are 25 Sweet, Simple Ads From Coca-Cola's Big New 'Taste the Feeling' Campaign
AdWeek / Posted 23 days ago
Coca-Cola on Tuesday unveiled a big new global creative campaign with the tagline "Taste the Feeling," which replaces the 7-year-old "Open Happiness" theme. And with it comes a sugary-sweet flood of new advertising, including six 60-second spots... Read more
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Orange County Register
Rural Oregon's lost prosperity gives standoff a distressed backdropBURNS, Ore. – One of the largest wood mills in the West once belched its steam
Rural Oregon's lost prosperity gives standoff a distressed backdrop
Orange County Register / Posted 23 days ago
BURNS, Ore. – One of the largest wood mills in the West once belched its steam on the edge of town, sawing ponderosa pine. Out in the woods, tree fallers like Tex Ward were proud and prosperous. Ward, 54, a lifelong resident who has lost his job... Read more
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Deseret News
Ruby Bridges the answerNorman Rockwell had extraordinary talent for illustrating ordinary moments. (Ma
Ruby Bridges the answer
Deseret News / Posted 24 days ago
Norman Rockwell had extraordinary talent for illustrating ordinary moments. (Many Rockwell paintings are on display at the BYU Museum of Art through Feb. 13.) From prayers at grandparents’ dining tables to whispers at children’s bedsides. From summer... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
2 report 1st year in D.C. splendidWASHINGTON -- Arkansas voters, during the midterm elections of 2014, picked a b
2 report 1st year in D.C. splendid
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
WASHINGTON -- Arkansas voters, during the midterm elections of 2014, picked a banker and a forester to fill vacant seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Halfway through their first two-year terms, the two Republican lawmakers say they're... Read more
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The Morning Call
Interviewing Criss Angel: Magician says demand led him to create 'The Supernaturalists,' bring them to State TheatreYou talked about doing basically the second half of the show. So what is your r
Interviewing Criss Angel: Magician says demand led him to create 'The Supernaturalists,' bring them to State Theatre
The Morning Call / Posted 28 days ago
You talked about doing basically the second half of the show. So what is your role now? Do The Supernaturalists ever perform without you? “Yes, absolutely. They typically do perform the show without me while I’m in Las Vegas doing my show. But with... Read more
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The Morning Call
Criss Angel brings 'Supernaturalists' ensemble show to Easton's State TheatreEASTON — Magician Criss Angel says that after he became a hot commodity with th
Criss Angel brings 'Supernaturalists' ensemble show to Easton's State Theatre
The Morning Call / Posted 28 days ago
EASTON — Magician Criss Angel says that after he became a hot commodity with the 2005 premiere of his "Mindfreak" television show, there was "a tremendous demand for me to do touring and performing." "Unfortunately, there was only one of me," the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Jan. 14, 2015Printed Letters: There’s a downside to backyard chickens Regarding The Daily
Jan. 14, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
Printed Letters: There’s a downside to backyard chickens Regarding The Daily Sentinel article on Jan. 6, “Chickens now OK in unincorporated county,” the article highlights the positive of having chickens in lots smaller than a half... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, January 13, 2016 Don’t use Normal Rockwell to illustrate narrow and uncivil views Those who w
Email letters, January 13, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
Don’t use Normal Rockwell to illustrate narrow and uncivil views Those who would claim Normal Rockwell as an illustrator of their narrow and uncivil views need to find themselves another artist. Just to set the... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Can Airbnb Unite The World?They’d come from 110 countries, including Cuba, New Zealand, Kenya, and even Gr
Can Airbnb Unite The World?
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 30 days ago
They’d come from 110 countries, including Cuba, New Zealand, Kenya, and even Greenland. They’d spent $295 for three days of talks, parties, and sightseeing as part of the second annual Airbnb Open. On an unseasonably warm November afternoon, they... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Martin Luther King Jr. Day eventsHere is a list of Berkshire County events observing the life and legacy of Mart
Martin Luther King Jr. Day events
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 1 months ago
Here is a list of Berkshire County events observing the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Friday, Jan. 15 • The Revs. Josh Breindel, rabbi of Temple Anshe Amunim and Sheila Sholes-Ross, pastor of First Baptist Church of Pittsfield will hold... Read more
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Air Force Times
Michelle Manhart talks after losing Air Force careerEditor's note: This story appeared on the cover of Air Force Times on April 16,
Michelle Manhart talks after losing Air Force career
Air Force Times / Posted 1 months ago
Editor's note: This story appeared on the cover of Air Force Times on April 16, 2007. This story was updated April 20, 2015, to reflect the fact that she completed her contract and was discharged as a staff sergeant. SAN ANTONIO — Something about... Read more
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The Wanderer
Marion Council on AgingHave you made a new year’s resolution to start an exercise program? Then join t
Marion Council on Aging
The Wanderer / Posted 1 months ago
Have you made a new year’s resolution to start an exercise program? Then join the on Mondays and Fridays for dance aerobics. Classes are held from 9:30 to 10:30 am on Mondays at 13 Atlantis Drive and on Fridays at the Music... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Concussion' a strong counterpoint to NFL gloryThe NFL playoffs will be on TV in millions of American homes this weekend, and
'Concussion' a strong counterpoint to NFL glory
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
The NFL playoffs will be on TV in millions of American homes this weekend, and the games begin. Mom and dad in their jerseys, kids in their team gear, snacks on the coffee table, beer in the fridge, everybody reaching for something, chips, virtual... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, January 8, 2016 It’s important to see how racism and sexism can twist and pervert our values
Email letters, January 8, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
It’s important to see how racism and sexism can twist and pervert our values I would like to thank The Daily Sentinel for publishing the letter from Gary Herby of Delta. I have never seen such a nasty, nakedly racist... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Ralph Petillo steps down as head of Lenox chamberLENOX — As it seeks to expand while the hospitality industry continues its grow
Ralph Petillo steps down as head of Lenox chamber
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 1 months ago
LENOX — As it seeks to expand while the hospitality industry continues its growth spurt, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce is looking for a new executive director. Ralph Petillo, the theater professional, educator and local business owner who has held... Read more
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Junkee
We Spoke To David Sedaris On Growing Up, His Australian Tour And The Spoken-Word Renaissance David Sedaris is an unlikely ambassador for the spoken word. He was hauled ou
We Spoke To David Sedaris On Growing Up, His Australian Tour And The Spoken-Word Renaissance
Junkee / Posted 1 months ago
David Sedaris is an unlikely ambassador for the spoken word. He was hauled out of geography as a boy and sent to remedial lisp-correction, where instead of... Read more
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