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It’s always nice when people really hear what you’re saying. Mass Audubon, for example, pulled its application for a zoning variance to build a wind turbine on the grounds of its Wellfleet Bay...
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The Cape Codder
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No, Obamacare isn't fixed
The Department of Health and Human Services is claiming to have made more than 400 software fixes... “Healthcare.gov on Dec. 1 is night and day from where it was on Oct. 1,” Jeff Zients, who was...
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The Myth of 'Free-Market Health Care'
On this the 10th anniversary of the Republican health-care plan (which consists of Medicare Part C or "Medicare Advantage" private medical insurance, and of Medicare Part D private drug insurance),...
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Mac Miller gets ready to tour Canada
TORONTO - Before he was even old enough to legally sip an alcoholic beverage in his native U.S., rapper Mac Miller had topped the American album chart and tossed off four gold or platinum singles....
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Matt Nathanson keeps it light for sold-out Rams H...
On Friday night, singer/songwriter Matt Nathanson shared his decades-in-the-making theory with a sold-out crowd at Rams Head Live. “Inside every one of us there is a tiny Whitney Houston. Tonight we...
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Your week: Fun things to do, see and hear Nov. 1-7
UniverSoul Circus Ethiopian contortionists, Caribbean stilt walkers, Russian acrobats, Motown singers, hip-hop artists - plus your mandatory clowns, elephants and so forth combine for unerring...
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