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Designer Jess Eaton Brings 'Roadkill Couture' to ...
Jess Eaton's Roadkill designs have included garments made from cat fur, rats, seagull - and even a human ribcage. (Photo: Kenny McCracken - Create Studios) Controversial British fashion designer Jess...
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Spring brings out the animal in the region
PORTER COUNTY | Spring is a season for blooming flowers, chirping birds, and wildlife that is either emerging from hibernation or thriving as creatures look for food after the winter thaw. Which is...
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Cicadas are coming: The Staten Island Museum is b...
Where: Staten Island Museum, 75 Stuyvesant Pl., St. George; 718-727-1135. When: Monday-Friday, noon-5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. How much: Admission is $3, general; $2,...
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'Empty' quarter is alive with birds
It could be a scene out of "The Big Year," the bird-watching comedy with Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson. The usually quiet Page Springs campground just south of the Malheur National Wildlife...
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Acorn woodpeckers have odd, but strangely familia...
Acorn woodpeckers have odd, but strangely familiar rivalries They broke ground, such as it was, tentatively. This was their new home. And they'd changed their minds before. They'd abandoned their...
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Three Romford teachers win prestigious awards for...
Perry Kimble dressed as Dr Seuss Three Romford teachers win prestigious awards for excellence Three teachers from Romford were shortlisted for a prestigious award, the finalists of which were...
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Guns are a gauge of growing up for many families
MOUNT AIRY, Md. - Chanse Mullinix arrived home from fourth grade on the school bus, carrying a Cherry Coke and a plastic bag of his classmates' handmade valentines. He shouted goodbye to the bus...
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Church News for May 18 - Faith & Values
Carrying the Cross PETERSBURG - Carrying the Cross Ministry will be hosting the following services this weekend at The Resources Building, 24 E. Wythe St., at 5 p.m., fellowship service with guest...
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Felonious critters rare but amusing
Once I read about a criminal seagull in Aberdeen, Scotland, that stole Nacho-Flavored Doritos from a local grocery store. According to the clerk, the crafty bird would wait until all the customers had...
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Squirrels down Curve to even series
The Richmond Flying
(20-20) plated the final three runs of the ballgame to overtake the Altoona Curve (19-23) and claim a 5-3 win in front of 7,178 at The Diamond on Saturday night. With the...
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Bob Garrett's No Child Left Indoors series: Just ...
... one has loved an animal, part of one's soul is unawakened." Yesterday, I had the good fortune to be invited along with a local Cub Scout pack that was visiting and hiking around the Valley...
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The birth of Buddhism
By Kalakeerthi Edwin Ariyadasa �Oh Supreme! Let thy Great Law be uttered!� Whereupon the Master cast His vision forth on flesh, saw who should hear and who must wait to hear. Then spake divinely...
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STEVE FLORES: Diving into summertime memories
So it was with great surprise and amazement that my dad announced he was going to buy a Sears, Roebuck & Co. above-ground Doughboy pool for our home. And it wasn't going to be a small Doughboy pool....
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How to figure out which critters are nibbling on ...
The weather is nice and a lot of people may spend the weekend planting their gardens. But there are some things you should look for after your plants are in the ground. It won't be long before hungry...
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Bryant Park is home to 5 exotic plants, say offic...
Some of the trees have been here for over half a century Five exotic plant species — camphor tree, silver maple, creeping juniper, alnus tress and blue gum — have been identified in the Bryant Park...
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Sad ending for baby squirrels
A recent incident on Ampersand Avenue in Saranac Lake is a good reminder that wild animals should be left alone. In this incident, which took place in late April, four baby
Read more at Adirondack Daily Enterprise
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Staunton State Park finally open, a wilderness oa...
Colorado is opening its first new state park near metro Denver in 35 years Saturday, a protected patch of nature 36 miles southwest of the city. The absence of a commerce-oriented visitor center at...
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Sadler tough on road for Curve
From Mirror reports RICHMOND Va. - Curve pitcher Casey Sadler must get pumped up from bus rides. The righty improved his record to 4-0 in away games this year, pitching seven scoreless innings to...
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Dog survives six rattlesnake bites
St. Petersburg, Florida - Every day Stu and Christina Saylor take their dog Adrian for a walk near their Carillon Center home. "She actually likes to come out and play with the
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Animals rescued from Warren shop are under close ...
The multicolored cockatiel appears battered, its feathers picked away by other cockatiels. It has wounds and scabs. A red bandage is on one of its legs after a toe had to be removed. But it stands...
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