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Greg Barila: Please, no more empty promises at Po...
FOR the better part of a decade, a sign at the gateway to the historic township of Port Adelaide cautioned visitors to hang on to their hats because…. “It’s happening”. It’s important not to get too...
Read more at Adelaide Now
Moves Underway to Bankroll Convention Center Proj...
The clock may be ticking on a new funding scheme to expand San Diego's Convention Center. Now, with rumblings of imminent NFL plans to put two teams in L.A. -- and the Chargers touting a hybridized...
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Lee Suckling: How to get married on $1000
Lee Suckling married Jack in Wellington earlier this month. They saved on a photographer. This picture was taken by friend/Instagrammer Matt Dravitzki. Wedding season is upon us, but I jumped the gun...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
Wards honored by North Florida Fair
The North Florida Fair organization recognizes the importance of agriculture in North Florida and the importance of families in the successful operation of an agricultural endeavor. For many years,...
Read more at The Apalachicola Times
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Anti-Defamation League submits complaint about cr...
The Anti-Defamation League, an international Jewish civil rights organization with a regional office in Southfield, has written a letter to Grand Haven city leaders requesting that the cross be...
Read more at Grand Haven Tribune
North Jersey commercial sales pacing to hit $5 bi...
... Bergen leads North Jersey in dollar volume of property transactions as investor interest in office market heats up It's shaping up to be a banner year for commercial real estate in North Jersey,...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
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British architects unveil state-of-the-art Arctic...
Small UK practice makes a leap in scale with two vast new cultural buildings - completed on time and within budget. Oliver Wainwright finds out more Oliver Wainwright in Bodø It's an unusual view to...
Read more at Daily News
Working in Clark County: Todd Shade, C-Tran coach...
When he was a youngster, Todd Shade rode the bus around Portland with his grandmother. He told her someday he would be driving the bus. He kept his promise and this year his peers awarded him the...
Read more at The Columbian
Showcase to continue
Chris Rantala works on one of his rustic paintings Sunday during the Christmas
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showcase and sale at the Baggage Building Arts Centre. More than a dozen local artists were featured....
Read more at The Chronicle-Journal
Stage set for world-class theatre at Barangaroo
A PRESTIGIOUS theatre group with venues on Broadway and London’s West End is behind a move to build a world-class venue at Barangaroo that would be the first new major theatre in Sydney in more than...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Outtakes: Elia Kazan
Who is he? American filmmaker, producer, screenwriter, theatre director and author who directed around 20 feature films between the mid-forties and the mid-seventies. Kazan was born in Turkey and his...
Read more at The Hindu
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Woody Nance (1938-2014
... Nance was born December 4th 1938 in Troy North Carolina and died August 20th 2014 in Los Angeles. He grew up in rural circumstances with brother Hank and sister Liz. After graduating high school...
Read more at The Berkeley Daily Planet
St. Augustine to host 2015 benefit for St. Jude C...
Planning is well underway for the second annual St. Jude Miracle on the Bayfront Gala, a St. Augustine benefit to be held next spring for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. About 220...
Read more at The Florida Times-Union
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Fran O'Sullivan: Warm connection signals exciting...
Big challenge for NZ will be keeping pace with fast-moving economic giant. Xi Jinping's behaviour on his NZ visit showed that strong and warm relationships matter to the Chinese President, and he is...
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Where to escape the crowds in Croatia
SOUTHERN Europe is teeming with tourists. The Med is mayhem, the Riviera rife with crowds. Trains, planes, hotels, restaurants and monuments are packed as people from all over the world flock to soak...
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Hyatt to run $200m Fu Wah-built Auckland luxury w...
The president of Beijing-based Fu Wah International Group, which today launched plans for its $200 million luxury waterfront hotel on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour, says his company is also exploring...
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Voted one of the most liveable cities in the world, Wellington is a place you may never want to leave Wellington goes by many names. Be it the Windy City or New Zealand's home of craft beer or the...
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Plymouth’s Thanksgiving parade filled with fun, f...
Ever considered celebrating Thanksgiving by heading off to that parade? You know, the one that draws tens of thousands, celebrates all that is America and the holidays, and is ranked one of the very...
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Sausalito day trip
Daytripping in Sausalito is a grand little escape no matter how you get there. But take the ferry, glide up to the dock and you could well be on vacation on some glorious stretch of Mediterranean...
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Friday Night Markets to return to North Vancouver
Building on its meteoric popularity in recent years, Friday Night Markets will be back at Shipbuilders' Square in 2015. City council voted to rent Shipbuilders' Square to the North Shore Green...
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