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Being uncomfortable for the sake of fashion: I ca...
I’ve come to the conclusion that eyeglasses are much like girdles: They’re NOT supposed to be comfortable. They are, simply put, a necessary evil that you have to get used to. After wearing contact...
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Geri Anne Kaikowski
Reds ballpark getting sturdier seats
When Hamilton County needed help replacing the aging, damaged seats of Great American Ball Park, a Butler County-based company stepped to the plate. “They were cracked and failing,” said Joe...
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Dayton Daily News
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The write stuff: Linda Cracknell and Cate James
BASED in Edinburgh’s Sick Kids, this heart-warming seasonal tale by Linda Cracknell tells of a hospital cleaner’s interest in the Ebola crisis, a seemingly lonely young girl, and the connections his...
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Appeal for a solar farm is thrown out
AN appeal over refused plans for a controversial solar farm in North Oxfordshire has been thrown out. Novus Solar Developments Ltd has lost its appeal over its plan for 7.5 hectare site between...
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Cherwell District Council
Seeing 'The Hobbit' at 48 frames per second has i...
LOS ANGELES — The first time Peter Jackson presented footage from The Hobbit at 48 frames per second, most hissed that they hatesss it. But the high-frame-rate format has had a long journey since...
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Estes Park students credited with asteroid find
Two Estes Park High School students have discovered an asteroid no one ever noticed before in an innovative class taught by the school's science teacher, Todd Burke. Jove Darnell, a sophomore, and...
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Japan's Leading Eyewear Brand JINS Introduces JIN...
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tokyo-based eyewear brand, JINS, today announced that it will bring JINS MEME, a brand new class of smart eyewear, to the U.S. market in 2015 as part of its expansion...
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Staten Island storefronts display what happens wh...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Over the next few months, in the windows of storefronts around Staten Island we'll begin to see something so common that it might be overlooked: a computer screen. But instead...
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Four Corners Photographic Society show highlights...
FARMINGTON — As digital equipment and imagery have come to dominate photography, both amateur and professional, in recent years, it's had a big impact on those who enjoy comparing their work to...
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The Daily Times
Farmington Civic Center
Farmington Civic Center
Book excerpt: The first ‘MountainBike’
Book excerpt: The first ‘MountainBike’ A few weeks after we returned to San Francisco from the race in Crested Butte, Gary Fisher called me up and asked me to come over to his cottage in Fairfax. He...
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Sony kit turns any pair of spectacles into a Goog...
Sony announces Google Glass rival: Detachable display turns ANY pair of spectacles into a smart headset Module’s display measures 0.23-inches with a resolution of 640x400 pixels It weighs 40g - 22g...
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Giant mini-mural of Tryon Street goes on display ...
A mile-long stretch of Tryon Street goes on display Wednesday in an unfinished attic of the Mint Museum Uptown, the only space long enough that could be found to host the exhibition, which is...
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Jealous ex cops time in jail for attack
A SOUTHSIDE man held his former partner captive for three hours while he bashed her in a jealous rage, Gympie District Court has heard. Robert Lance Bligh, 25, burst into the Pine St home where his...
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Gympie District Court
When art opened doors for a family reunion
... The ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale was instrumental in a family reunion of sorts for a Gujarati family that flourished in business in the city for over two centuries now. An exhibition of...
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Kochi Biennale Foundation
Christmas gift guide: What to buy for travellers ...
... Slice your stollen or carve up the Kris Kringle with the new, oh-so-Christmassy, Swiss Classic Army Knife, the "Lollipop". At 58mm, it'll fit on a keyring and includes a screwdriver, tweezers,...
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$50,000 in eyeglasses stolen from LR business
A burglar forced his way into an eyeglass shop in Little Rock's Heights neighborhood and made off with an estimated $50,000 in merchandise. Little Rock police said they responded about 7:30 p.m....
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Little Rock Police
Research accelerated with computerized system tha...
Studies of animal behavior have come a long way from the days when scientists followed their subjects around with pen and notepad. But although cameras have replaced clipboards, evaluating the...
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Delafield police: Suspects get away with $5,000 w...
DELAFIELD (WITI) — Delafield police say 17 pairs of designer eyeglasses were stolen from the Delafield Vision Center on Golf Road on Wednesday, December 10th. It happened shortly before 5:00...
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'The camera literally steamed up' - how I made th...
... Jackson's manager said that Michael wanted the video to be magical, that he'd [Michael] seen Don’t You Want Me, and he liked the cinematic look and that whole vibe. Michael wanted this to be...
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20 Fearless Gifts for Your Favorite Adventurer
A Walt Siegal Customized MotorcycleWho doesn't want something gorgeous and powerful between their legs? Whether you want to tour Vietnam on a bike or lead the Dykes on Bikes contingent in your...
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