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Kerouac letter discovery shows poet didn't toss it
LOS ANGELES (AP) - When a letter credited with inspiring Jack Kerouac to create a new literary genre suddenly surfaced, no one was happier than an 86-year-old poet and playwright from New Jersey. For...
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Appeals Court Rules San Diego's Regional Transpor...
The agency that plans how to expand San Diego County’s roads and transit systems has suffered a setback. A California appeals court has ruled that SANDAG, San Diego’s regional transportation planning...
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Center for Biological Diversity
Airbnb Brings The Sharing Economy To Hotels
As Airbnb, the largest peer-to-peer exchange service for hospitality around the world, continues to grow, the government has taken notice. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman argues that...
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Two men rob and pistol-whip walkers in Volunteer ...
Men robbed and pistol-whipped two people walking along Volunteer Park’s dirt
on Sunday evening. Police say the two men stepped from behind bushes, pistol-whipped a woman and then struck a man...
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The Originals Cast Teases Family Reunions
The Mikaelson brothers are reunited. The Mikaelson family continually finds its members in bad situations. The Originals wouldn't be the gut-wrenching show it is without conflict between Klaus...
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Sparking an interest
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) are the focus of a new after-school program at the Boys & Girls Clubs, lead by Alex Brown-Ward. Activities for elementary-aged members include math...
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Thanks for the memories, Tehachapi; Duffy and She...
It has been a fun ride covering Tehachapi athletics over the years. This issue will mark the last time that the both of us will write and take photos full-time for the Tehachapi News. We will still...
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Hunger Wars: Join the Fight
A Louisville child, Bobby Ellis, age 9, died of hunger on Thanksgiving Eve, 1969 at his home on Eddy near 21st Street and Muhammad Ali Blvd. On the anniversary of this tragedy, Interfaith
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Letter From Lego To Parents In The '70s Makes An ...
Grimm's Medium Stacking Wooden Rainbow, $40, available at Abby Sprouts Anniversary Dragon, $50, available at El Puppet Mouse & Cheese, $10, available at Thorpe Toys Waffle Stuffie, $9, available on...
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Of breaking away from convention
A panel discussion on Monday, the first day of Madras Dyslexia Week, saw achievers from various walks of life sharing their experiences When Usha Ramakrishnan, chairperson, Vidya Sagar, asked young...
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Why learning beats knowing in the workplace
Connie Blaszczyk, Managing Editor, Monster Resource Center Posted: Friday, November 21, 2014, 2:44 PM Monster: Your book, Rookie Smarts, advocates for hiring rookies. Are you saying Millennials make...
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Tamir Rice: Not a boy with a toy in a park, but a...
The problem in America is not between young black men and white police, but young black men and police in general. Washington: Tamir Rice, 12, was with his sister and a friend in a gazebo in a...
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10 Cool Classic Arcade Games in the Internet Arch...
... Cool Classic Arcade Games in the Internet Archive If you haven't heard by now, the Internet Archive has released over 900 class arcade games that are available to play right in your browser....
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Why flying a drone could mean you break the law t...
The many people unwrapping a drone on Christmas Day morning may not realise that by the afternoon they could be breaking the law. With the price of drones for the amateur starting from as little as...
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Pathgather Raises Looks To Bring Social Networkin...
Companies feeling they aren’t getting enough out of their learning management systems now have a new tool that may help with the recent financing and launch of Pathgather. In the learning management...
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Matt Towery: Look to the past for lessons on raci...
On the same day and at the same time, two great men of different ethnicities and with different
to greatness will soon be memorialized. Both of them taught us how to heal racial tensions in...
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Martin Luther King Jr.
John F. Kennedy
Ukip is no longer a single-issue party
Fair play to Tory HQ that they tried and spin the Rochester result as a defeat for Labour, and that they “slashed” a 10,000 majority. It was convenient to ignore that it was the Tories’ majority to...
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Tom Percy: Confessions of a train convert
A LONG time ago a venerable old barrister once regaled a group of young lawyers with a horror story of his only experience with public transport. It appeared that this particular Queen’s Counsel (who...
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FiveThirtyEight founder Nate Silver tackles elect...
Data journalist and election predictor Nate Silver came to campus for Saturday's Zeidman Memorial Colloquium on Politics and the Press. As founder and Editor-in-Chief of FiveThirtyEight, Silver...
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Working schlubs still bent on revenge in 'Bosses ...
Your enjoyment of "Horrible Bosses 2" is almost wholly dependent on your tolerance for clusters of funny actors, babbling, riffing - and in the case of Charlie Day, screeching - all at once. That's...
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