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WFMJ Youngstown
Canfield Fair brings entertainment for allIt's that time of year again for fair food, rides, music and more. The Canfield
Canfield Fair brings entertainment for all
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 14 hours ago
It's that time of year again for fair food, rides, music and more. The Canfield Fair kicks off on Wednesday with entertainment for all ages. The cost of admission varies throughout the week. There is free admission for children 6 and under every... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
169th CANFIELD FAIR Schedule of eventsGates open at 8 a.m. Be sure to check out the Western Reserve Village for its 5
169th CANFIELD FAIR Schedule of events
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 17 hours ago
Gates open at 8 a.m. Be sure to check out the Western Reserve Village for its 50th anniversary and the 100th anniversary of the train. FREE DAILY exhibits Baby Comfort Station, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. next to Building No. 22 Antique Equipment, 9 a.m.... Read more
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Gawker
John Oliver Wrote a Book of History Lies–Unless He's Lying About That, TooStranger Than Truth: John Oliver’s 101 Favorite History Lies is based on the ti
John Oliver Wrote a Book of History Lies–Unless He's Lying About That, Too
Gawker / Posted yesterday
Stranger Than Truth: John Oliver’s 101 Favorite History Lies is based on the time Oliver lied about Lincoln pardoning John Wilkes Booth for drunken bestiality, only for Booth to kill him later. It’s just a long list of even more believable, but... Read more
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Salem News
169th Fair features range of entertainmentThis year's fair will feature The Turtles' "Happy Together" tour, including the
169th Fair features range of entertainment
Salem News / Posted 2 days ago
This year's fair will feature The Turtles' "Happy Together" tour, including the band fronted by Flo and Eddie and other classic '60s acts the Buckinghams, The Association, The Cowsills, The Grass Roots and former Paul Revere and the Raiders frontman... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
169th Canfield Fair begins this weekThis year's fair will feature The Turtles' "Happy Together" tour, including the
169th Canfield Fair begins this week
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 2 days ago
This year's fair will feature The Turtles' "Happy Together" tour, including the band fronted by Flo and Eddie and other classic '60s acts the Buckinghams, The Association, The Cowsills, The Grass Roots and former Paul Revere and the Raiders frontman... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
paul revere and raiders Oldies acts are happy together on tourSinger Mark Lindsay has no idea where he is. “You know you’re on tour when you
paul revere and raiders Oldies acts are happy together on tour
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 2 days ago
Singer Mark Lindsay has no idea where he is. “You know you’re on tour when you don’t know what city or state you’re in,” laughed the former Paul Revere and the Raiders vocalist, who later figures out he’s calling from the Missouri State... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Monument to UFO visit unveiled in SheffieldSHEFFIELD >> First affirmation as a historical event came by an adjacent
Monument to UFO visit unveiled in Sheffield
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 2 days ago
SHEFFIELD >> First affirmation as a historical event came by an adjacent town's historical society in February, and now a 1969 UFO siting in Sheffield is again affirmed with a 5,000-pound granite monument paid for by witnesses. Around 40... Read more
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Bennington Banner
North and East in bygone BerkshiresIn December 1956, Berkshires Week published "Routed for History: North and East
North and East in bygone Berkshires
Bennington Banner / Posted 5 days ago
In December 1956, Berkshires Week published "Routed for History: North and East in Bygone Berkshires," a driving tour of historical markers and monuments. The tour, which is re-created here with modern updates, still holds relevance. Fort... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Canfield Fair offers discount tickets in advance of its 2015 editionThe Canfield Fair is offering discounts to those who buy tickets in advance of
Canfield Fair offers discount tickets in advance of its 2015 edition
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 7 days ago
The Canfield Fair is offering discounts to those who buy tickets in advance of next Wednesday's opening day. Fair-going adults can purchase advance three-day or six-day passes for $15 and $30 respectively. The discounted tickets can be used for... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Baby boomers have left millennials the bill for a bloated public sectorBy Jim Pasero and Bridget Barton If it feels like our politics is stuck, it is
Baby boomers have left millennials the bill for a bloated public sector
OregonLive.com / Posted 10 days ago
By Jim Pasero and Bridget Barton If it feels like our politics is stuck, it is — especially in Oregon. The baby boomers have kept it that way. We've been in charge since November of 1992 when Bill Clinton defeated George H.W. Bush, ending a string... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Psych of the South: Dutch Masters' 'The Expectation'“The Expectation” by the Dutch Masters has long been hailed as an amazing examp
Psych of the South: Dutch Masters' 'The Expectation'
Arkansas Times / Posted 11 days ago
“The Expectation” by the Dutch Masters has long been hailed as an amazing example of garage rock among record collectors, but the story behind the song has been elusive. I spoke to three original band members including Earl Denton, Buz Johnson and... Read more
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DNA Info
State Tells Judge Whose Brother Died of Legionnaires' Disease to Keep QuietJames Rouse was the 'canary in a coal mine' for the Legionnaire's disease outbr
State Tells Judge Whose Brother Died of Legionnaires' Disease to Keep Quiet
DNA Info / Posted 11 days ago
James Rouse was the 'canary in a coal mine' for the Legionnaire's disease outbreak, his brother said. View Full Caption NEW YORK CITY — The brother of a school teacher who died of Legionnaires' disease has been “advised” by a state judicial... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
For the RecordIt's been a busy year for writer and publisher Tom Graves, and August has been
For the Record
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 12 days ago
It's been a busy year for writer and publisher Tom Graves, and August has been an especially busy month. Best of Enemies, a documentary on the famed series of television debates between William Buckley and Gore Vidal by filmmakers Robert Gordon and... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Campground is a folly on the ridgeTo the community, What does it take to snap you out of your apathy? Paul Rever
Campground is a folly on the ridge
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 12 days ago
To the community, What does it take to snap you out of your apathy? Paul Revere galloping along Highway 28 shouting “the developers are coming, the developers are coming.” The Tahoe Rim Trail offers many things: physical challenge, endless beauty... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Lindsay 'happy' to be part of ensemble tourIf you're "hungry" for some 1960s music, spend some "money" and head to "where
Lindsay 'happy' to be part of ensemble tour
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
If you're "hungry" for some 1960s music, spend some "money" and head to "where the action is" on Sunday. You'll get your "kicks" at the "good thing" happening at Foellinger Outdoor Theatre — the Happy Together Tour 2015. The concert tour directly... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
The best things to do in the coming weekCOUNTRY HERITAGE: Step back to the old days on the farm at the Maumee Valley An
The best things to do in the coming week
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
COUNTRY HERITAGE: Step back to the old days on the farm at the Maumee Valley Antique Steam & Gas Association's Summer Festival today through Sunday in Jefferson Township Park, 1720 Webster Road, east of New Haven. Hours are 9 a.m.-9 p.m. today... Read more
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Daily Herald
Seth MacFarlane shares his smoother side at RaviniaSeth MacFarlane may be known for his crude humor on TV ("Family Guy") and in fi
Seth MacFarlane shares his smoother side at Ravinia
Daily Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Seth MacFarlane may be known for his crude humor on TV ("Family Guy") and in films ("Ted"), but he's also, surprisingly, a smooth singer of standards from the great American songbook. See this side of MacFarlane on Friday at Ravinia Festival, 418... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
The Original Fugitives headlining Ironton Concert Series Tuesday Aug. 17, 2015 @ 11:15 AM IRONTON - Ironton aLive and Studimo Productions wil
The Original Fugitives headlining Ironton Concert Series Tuesday
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
Aug. 17, 2015 @ 11:15 AM IRONTON - Ironton aLive and Studimo Productions will present The Original Fugitives at the Ironton Outdoor Concert Series at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The two-hour... Read more
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Pacifica Tribune
Billy the Shape returns with crackerjack CDNew releases on vinyl used to bring buyers out in droves and at great record sh
Billy the Shape returns with crackerjack CD
Pacifica Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
New releases on vinyl used to bring buyers out in droves and at great record shops like the late Tower Records at San Francisco's Columbus and Bay, music fans might even rub elbows with industry celebrities like Joan Jett, Carlos Santana or Kiri Te... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
One school system in West Virginia continues to befriend technologyBy LISA SHREWSBERRY For The State Journal Mention iPads to a teacher in Ralei
One school system in West Virginia continues to befriend technology
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 17 days ago
By LISA SHREWSBERRY For The State Journal Mention iPads to a teacher in Raleigh County two years ago, and you were guaranteed a sustained eye-roll. To parody Paul Revere: Technology was coming! Technology was coming! And for historically... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Revolutionary War had very unconventional soldierAfter letting it go for a while during staffing changes and gallery renovations
Revolutionary War had very unconventional soldier
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 17 days ago
After letting it go for a while during staffing changes and gallery renovations, Fort Morgan Library & Museum brought back the annual Chautauqua event in a big way on Tuesday. Kansas resident Anna Smith travelled to Fort Morgan on Tuesday to bring... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Holes In The System: When Your City Isn't Fixing PotholesThe following story was reported by Naomi LaChance and Brooke Williams of the N
Holes In The System: When Your City Isn't Fixing Potholes
The Huffington Post / Posted 19 days ago
The following story was reported by Naomi LaChance and Brooke Williams of the New England Center for Investigative Reporting and published here in collaboration with The Huffington Post. NECIR works to hold the powerful accountable and train a new... Read more
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Bizjournals
Bullseye: Target pulls ‘Green Monstah’ shirt criticized by Peabody business Sully's BrandThe "Green Monstah" shirt sold by Peabody-based Sully's Brand. Target Corp. wi
Bullseye: Target pulls ‘Green Monstah’ shirt criticized by Peabody business Sully's Brand
Bizjournals / Posted 20 days ago
The "Green Monstah" shirt sold by Peabody-based Sully's Brand. Target Corp. will stop selling the “Green Monstah” T-shirt that recently started appearing in Massachusetts stores, after a Peabody apparel maker took out an advertisement blasting the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Larry Lessig Launches Presidential Bid to Reform Campaign Finances Then ResignThe Paul Revere of campaign finance reform rides again. Larry Lessig, the Harva
Larry Lessig Launches Presidential Bid to Reform Campaign Finances Then Resign
Op-Ed News / Posted 20 days ago
The Paul Revere of campaign finance reform rides again. Larry Lessig, the Harvard professor-turned-constitutional reformer who for years has been publicly banging his head against the corrupting ways that begging for campaign contributions corrupts... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
It's a (renewed) Dawn, it's a new dayMy two-bedroom apartment in Cambridge, Mass., was simple. Barely 1,000 square f
It's a (renewed) Dawn, it's a new day
Chicago Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
My two-bedroom apartment in Cambridge, Mass., was simple. Barely 1,000 square feet, it was on the raised first floor of a courtyard building and had white walls, modest furniture and lovely hardwood floors. From my living room window, I could see a... Read more
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Ionia Sentinel-Standard
Red Mill Pavilion will rise soonThe smell of sawdust and sound of power tools are in the air on North Water Str
Red Mill Pavilion will rise soon
Ionia Sentinel-Standard / Posted 24 days ago
The smell of sawdust and sound of power tools are in the air on North Water Street.Construction is underway at the future site of the Portland Farmer's Market by the Timber Framers Guild and volunteers. There will be 10 supervisors and approximately... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
20 Questions: Bethe GoldieIn 1975, Leigh and I moved to Grande Prairie to work at Grande Prairie Regional
20 Questions: Bethe Goldie
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
In 1975, Leigh and I moved to Grande Prairie to work at Grande Prairie Regional College. We thought we would be here for 2 years, tops, but we soon discovered that Grande Prairie is an amazing community that we did not want to leave. We have met,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Missouri State Fair has 'a little bit for everybody'But it also exists to entertain, with a variety of contests, competitions, exhi
Missouri State Fair has 'a little bit for everybody'
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
But it also exists to entertain, with a variety of contests, competitions, exhibits and carnival rides. And professionals offering a musical variety. This year’s fair that begins Aug. 13 in Sedalia is no different, Wolfe said. “We have a little bit... Read more
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TribLIVE
Hot Ticket: “Myth America: Mixed Media Assemblages by Daniel Shapiro” at Most Wanted Fine ArtThis weekend, history and photography will collide in “Myth America: Mixed Med
Hot Ticket: “Myth America: Mixed Media Assemblages by Daniel Shapiro” at Most Wanted Fine Art
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
This weekend, history and photography will collide in “Myth America: Mixed Media Assemblages by Daniel Shapiro,” which opens at Most Wanted Fine Art in Garfield with a free public reception from 6 to 10 p.m. Aug. 7. Small portraits all, they... Read more
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TechCrunch
Boston’s WTF/LOL ProblemThese are trying times for Boston when it comes to its world-class city status.
Boston’s WTF/LOL Problem
TechCrunch / Posted 1 months ago
These are trying times for Boston when it comes to its world-class city status. Once the undisputed technology leader of the world, the city has been truly outclassed these past few years (and probably past few decades) by San Francisco, New York... Read more
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Leominster Champion
Another view of America’s independenceRep. Dennis Rosa’s June 26 op-ed “Some Facts and Reflections on the Fourth of J
Another view of America’s independence
Leominster Champion / Posted 1 months ago
Rep. Dennis Rosa’s June 26 op-ed “Some Facts and Reflections on the Fourth of July” was informative and patriotic. I’m sure it was well received. The information, he notes, was gathered by doing research. I’ve also researched the Founding, off and... Read more
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The News-Times
Broadway theater takes center stage in NewtownNEWTOWN — It’s long past dinner time on a hot summer night in the high school a
Broadway theater takes center stage in Newtown
The News-Times / Posted 1 months ago
NEWTOWN — It’s long past dinner time on a hot summer night in the high school auditorium, and there’s a blue light shining on the kids on stage. The ensemble crowded at the front of the stage representing the Colonists has to be coached into... Read more

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