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Will the Democratic nominee for 2016 take on the ...
It's seed time for the 2016 presidential election, when candidates try to figure out what they stand for and will run on. One thing seems reasonably clear. The Democratic nominee for president,...
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#AskSpector: Baseball's Mount Rushmore for the fi...
Baseball has begun! It started on Sunday afternoon with the Phillies losing to the University of Tampa in the first exhibition game of spring, a thoroughly hilarious result that hopefully portends a...
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University of Tampa
5 things to do in D.C. this week for $5 or less
The 2014 Nowruz celebration at the Freer and Sackler galleries. (Courtesy of the Freer and Sackler Galleries) TUESDAY Louisiana poet Rebecca Dupas, founder and creative director of the A Dose of...
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National Museum of Women
'Bluebirds' Flies, But Has Long Way To Go
The new play at the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall has the genial feel of a beloved child’s production for family and friends—which, in fact, it is. The writer, director and actor of “Bluebirds,”...
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the Wonderful Wizard Of Oz
McGee: Pioneer ladies never far from mind
Have you seen that statue of the pioneer lady in the lobby of the Clovis Civic Center? I saw her the other day. I thought about statues. There are some here in the Southwest that stick in my...
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Clovis Community College
Clovis Community College
Frisco RoughRiders Adopt New Logo, Uniforms
FRISCO (CBSDFW.COM) – The Frisco RoughRiders have turned to a historical figure to update their logo — a swinging
. The team has teased the redesign for three weeks and revealed the...
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“Find your team”: The last hurrah of Leslie Knope...
The most fantastical element of “Parks And Recreation” was not, ultimately, that all these people managed to win elections against moneyed interests, or that they managed to be friends and coworkers...
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One last ride
Hogan, like many in GOP, is committed to environm...
I beg to differ strongly to David J. Reed’s scree, “History repeats itself with Republican governor, environment” published Jan. 30 in The Calvert Recorder. In spite of environmentalists’ often loud...
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Environmental Protection Agency
Gregory T. Angelo
La Llorona makes her return as a hero in new shor...
A new variation of the "La Llorona" story paints the ghostly figure in a heroic light. A new variation of the "La Llorona" story paints the ghostly figure in a heroic light. A new variation of the...
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Cadillac is basically now a New York car company
Screenshot via YouTubeLast year, General Motors announced that Cadillac would be moving its marketing and sales operations to New York from Detroit. It was part of Caddy President Johan de Nysschen's...
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Canal Convergence to Mix Visual and Performance A...
Scottsdale's third annual Canal Convergence | Water + Art + Light takes place Thursday, February 26, to Sunday, March 1, along the Scottsdale Waterfront, where folks who attend can experience visual...
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New document could prove Teddy Roosevelt’s County...
: Could a new scrap of paper hold evidence that the 26th president of the United States people hail from Gleno? A memorabilia collector has found a document that could trace Theodore...
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Discoveries: Honest (Abe), there’s a Lincoln shri...
Four score and three years ago, a devoted father and oil magnate brought forth on this leafy block in a lovely Inland Empire town a new museum, conceived in … Sorry, I can’t keep this...
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Doris Kearns Goodwin
Move over, Super Bowl ads: Here come the Oscar co...
If you’ve got the attention of America’s more affluent, and have half a minute to deliver a message, then chances are pretty strong you’re not going to screw things up with a dead-kid ad. During last...
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The One Thing Conservation Groups Are A Little Ex...
WASHINGTON -- As the new chair of the House Natural Resources Committee, Rep. Rob Bishop may be ready to spar with the Obama administration on some key public lands and energy issues. But he's also...
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100th Anniversary of Panama Pacific International...
A pair of swans skirted across the glassy lagoon, drawing the rapt attention of a group of tourist and their cameras. Across the lagoon, the massive stately dome of the Palace of Fine Arts reflected...
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Palace of Fine Arts
'Newsies' flashes with movement
The opening night performance at the Orpheum Theatre, smartly directed by Jeff Calhoun, introduced an effective staging and a vibrant, fine-tuned cast. But it’s the dancing that gives this touring...
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Re-Opening April 1: The Wawona
SPRINGTIME DEBUT: So many marvelous things begin to bud and flower and get leafy and get green come the early days of April. Walk through any garden or along any nature path and you're bound to see...
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To be a politician, learn to speak fluent Weasel
MIKE STROBEL Toronto Sun Columnist Today's politicians are bilingual. They speak fluent Weasel. No offense. To weasels. Premier Kathleen Wynne showed off her gift of gab, Weasel-wise, on...
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Cadillac's Oscar ad channels Teddy Roosevelt
DETROIT - Cadillac's advertising during this Sunday's Academy Awards telecast will feature a spot that borrows from President Theodore Roosevelt's famous "Man in the Arena" speech, but shows none of...
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