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It's high tea time
One of Queenstown's regal women will again welcome guests this month for the third Laurel Bank Christmas High Tea event. Owner Sheena Haywood, who bought and restored the 121-year-old home at Ladies...
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Lester Lee Carter Jr.
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Rankin Memorial United Methodist Church in High Point. The family will greet friends immediately after the service and other times at the home. Lester...
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Black Friday need not be so black. Pace yourself, take a break, and take a drink. To help you through your day of shopping we've come up with a list of drinks to match your Christmas list. Chia...
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Collierville Town Square
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Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Cambridge 100 adds 'gown' to townscape
Cambridge News Tuesday 26 Nov 2013 9:32 AM Last week I was invited to attend what I had believed to be an exclusive club, who’s only way of entry was to be invited (or offer to feature them in your...
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Cambridge Newspapers Ltd
Live A-League coverage: Melbourne Victory v Adela...
Live coverage of the clash between old foes Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United FC from Etihad Stadium in Melbourne. Welcome to tonight's live blog of A-League Round 7, Melbourne Victory vs...
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Northern Daily Leader
The Alliance Review
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Preview calendar: Nov. 22-28, 2013
Children Teen Mehndi Henna Program: Nov. 23 at 1:30 p.m. Red Hook Public Library, 7444 South Broadway, Red Hook. Led by Anuska, a Tibetan Bard College student trained in traditional Mehndi designs,...
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Middletown Times Herald-Record
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Rotten Potatoes: ’Cause and F/X
Rotten Potatoes: ’Cause and F/X Why have some movies done the business at the box-office while others have bombed? Because, because, because, because . . . Diaz think we’d go see The Counsellor just...
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Businessman and former Heath and Hampstead Societ...
He loved Hampstead almost as much as he loved his family which includes his wife, Ruth, their sons, Adam and Simon, and his sister, also Ruth, but as with all his passions, he showed his devotion...
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No wonder it's called the White House
No wonder it's called the White House: It's an emblem of liberty. But, as a new film reveals, the White House - built by slaves - has a shameful history of treating black staff abominably Was raised...
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Win beautiful cutlery from Arthur Price « Shropsh...
In the third of our Christmas competitions we have teamed up with world famous cutlery manufacturer Arthur Price to help you put the finishing touches to the table. We’re giving away five of their new...
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Veterans Honored With Medals for Service Overseas
Three veterans in the River Valley were honored for their sacrifice and service while overseas Saturday (Nov. 16) at a ceremony in Van Buren. Retired Col. Steve Gray presented two of the veterans...
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The place that changed my heart
A klipspringer takes a curious klook at the camera. Pictures: Jim Freeman Cape Town - Let me be blunt about it: Oudtshoorn is my least favourite place in South Africa. I go out of my way to avoid the...
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Dubai Musings: Down the (frying) pan
... figure out why many restaurants that open with a bang go out with a whimper out here David Light ponders the consistent decline in food quality once a restaurant’s initial buzz dies down IT’S...
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Canberra Cavalry's culture shock in Asia Series
Asian baseball has a fanatical following. Photo: Getty Images Police escorts, five-star hotels, massive stadiums and press conferences for cheerleaders and mascots - this is Asian baseball. It's a...
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A brand new loafer discovers Uphill roots
A brand new loafer discovers Uphill roots Alastair Jenkins has joined the Loaf Bakery and Restaurant as the new restaurant manager. Arriving in Fernie from mid south Wales on October 10, there was no...
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Barry Humphries kicks off Dame Edna's slingbacks ...
What will we miss most? Perhaps it is the moment in every show when, the spotlight glinting off her huge butterfly specs, Edna wanders downstage and peers distastefully into the stalls and selects her...
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Chefs start to tart it up
Restaurants are telling their stories in inventive, inspiring ways. This year, I really saw each area developing an identity. While South African ingredients and dishes have been growing in profile...
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Where to eat in Chicago now
The days when deep-dish pizza and dawgs were considered Chicago’s sole contributions to global cuisine are long gone. In fact the city has shot to the top of the country’s food chain in recent years,...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Meet Indian-origin cabbie Hardev Singh who soothe...
Sydney: Indian-origin Hardev Singh, a taxi driver in Sydney, has been referred to as the calming 'cabbie of Epping' for his healing words of wisdom. However, Singh is adamant his healing words of...
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The Daily Telegraph
USS North Dakota Christening
Today is a historic day for our state, as the USS North Dakota is christened in Groton Connecticut. More than 100 North Dakotans along with Governor Jack Dalrymple and Senators Heidi Heikamp and John...
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Minot Daily News
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