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Weekend Top 10: Art + Soul brings Pacific Mambo O...
... ART + SOUL OAKLAND: The annual festival used to drum up an almost dizzying mix of American
music and contemporary hipster acts. This year, the lineup seems more old-school Oakland, with an...
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The Fremont Argus
The Daily Review
Pacific Mambo Orchestra
Praying for light as the storm gathers
The gathering storm matched my mood: I was sore afflicted — and full of trouble. But I had pushed it all aside to take my many notes during a conference in Flagstaff. Now I stood irresolute on San...
Read more at Payson Roundup
Former Oregon Duck Tommy Thorpe can't quite leave...
Tommy Thorpe worked hard over his three years at Oregon with the goal of eventually leaving the program to see how he fared against the best competition in the world. In the month since he's become a...
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Cause of heart defect that nearly killed football...
Cause of heart defect that nearly killed footballer Fabrice Muamba is discovered, paving the way for a cure Specialists at Cardiff University find cause of hypertophic cardiomyopathy Condition...
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Cardiff University School of Medicine
Going Out, Aug. 1
... Movies Co-ed Cinema, 79 W. Main St., Brevard. Showing through Thursday: “Guardians of the Galaxy,” rated PG-13, 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Info: 883-2200 or www.coedcinema.com. Flat...
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The Hendersonville Times-News
The Hendersonville Times-News
Stanford, 49ers on same page when it comes to cha...
Jim Harbaugh, David Shaw, Shayne Skov and A.J. Tarpley shared the same stadium for a few hours Wednesday. All of them share the same goal. While Harbaugh, Skov and fellow Stanford grads Chase Thomas...
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San Francisco 49ers
Orlando Bloom/Miranda Kerr/Justin Bieber - Celebr...
Russell Simmons and LL Cool J reunite in Queens Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons and actor LL Cool J returned to their Queens
Thursday to help curb crime in a “consistently” violent housing...
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PacSun Exec Moves to Wet Seal
Wet Seal Inc. in Foothill Ranch said it appointed Christine Lee executive vice president and chief merchandising officer. Lee, who recently left her role as senior vice president of women’s...
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Orange County Business Journal
Urban Outfitters Inc.
The Malay revisited
Every day, it seems we push the envelope further. First, cow heads were paraded in front of Hindu temples. Then, Bibles were seized. Now the Chinese are being accused of being “trespassers” in this...
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Lakecity connections at ArtsWells
Several artists with Williams Lake and area connections will be among the workshop leaders and artists participating at ArtsWells Festival of All Things Art this BC Day long weekend. Williams Lake...
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Once Upon a Time
The Ben Carson surge continues
It appears to be a genuine grass-
phenomenon, and it keeps growing. More than 100,000 eager fans have contributed to the National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee, a political action...
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Ben & Jerry’s Throws Fudge Brownie Into GMO F...
In early May, Unilever (UNA) Chief Executive Officer Paul Polman paid a visit to the headquarters of its subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s in South Burlington, Vermont, meeting with about 100 employees to...
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Ben & Jerry
Grocery Manufacturers Association
From oppressed to oppressors - All kinds of every...
Much of the world watches the Israeli occupation of Palestine in silence, but it is important that we treat all communities with fairness, although some of us are more powerful than others. FRIEDRICH...
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Israel Defence Forces
England v India: A sensational journey from back ...
It is a testament to Moeen’s natural gifts and to his ferocious hard work, the two forces which have taken him from playing in a cricket net set up in his back garden as a schoolboy to now...
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The crash at Wenzhou. The Rail Ministry had been determined to build seventy-five hundred miles of high-speed railway more quickly than anyone thought possible.Credit A. J. Frackattack; PHOTOGRAPH:...
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Simcoe Sound Music Festival this Sunday
Music lovers with
in Norfolk have been invited to take an unabashed walk down Memory Lane. People of a certain age will remember the days when The Mood provided the sound at high school dances...
Read more at Simcoe Reformer
Site prep for Laurier-YMCA centre starting soon
Site preparation is expected to begin in a few weeks on the south side of Colborne Street for the $58.4-million Laurier-YMCA Athletics and Recreation Centre. Bryan Webber, vice president of financial...
Read more at The Brantford Expositor
Chef Jeff Henderson is more than a good cook
Charisse Gibson caught up with the food maven at this year's Mudbug Madness Festival in Shreveport, as he prepared to tape an episode of his new series "Flip My Food." She learned the chef has...
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New survey shows tourists come to Vermont for loc...
EEver wonder why so many people want to come to Vermont on vacation? Turns out it's the same reasons we love Vermont: local food, local beer and local products. But how do they find out about our...
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Malcolm Holcombe returns to White Water
THURSDAY 7/31 REBECCA GAYLE HOWELL 7 p.m. Oxford American Annex. Free. In between translating the works of the acclaimed Iraqi poet Amal al-Jubouri, earning a Ph.D. from a university in Lubbock,...
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