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Guardian Unlimited
Hunter S Thompson, High Times and how to survive the hangover from hellI could barely move from my prone position on the bed. My head was pounding and
Hunter S Thompson, High Times and how to survive the hangover from hell
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 7 hours ago
I could barely move from my prone position on the bed. My head was pounding and my stomach was awash with a queasiness that meant one thing: I was in for a hangover from hell. The room was dark, the TV was on low and from the other bed there was the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bobby Davro faces Janice Dickinson in live CBB showdownRule Britannia! Feisty Janice Dickinson enters Celebrity Big Brother... but she
Bobby Davro faces Janice Dickinson in live CBB showdown
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Rule Britannia! Feisty Janice Dickinson enters Celebrity Big Brother... but she and the other stars will be under 'Prime Minister' Bobby Davro's leadership Bobby Davro has been crowned Prime Minister of the House during the second night of Celebrity... Read more
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Daily Mail
The most painful moment in a mother's life: Your daughter leaving homeThe most painful moment in a mother's life: You've given your daughter everythi
The most painful moment in a mother's life: Your daughter leaving home
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
The most painful moment in a mother's life: You've given your daughter everything... but now she CAN'T WAIT to leave home Julia Lawrence is dreading the day her 18-year-old daughter moves away Lois, who is studying Geography at Leeds University,... Read more
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Philly.com
Was viral arrest of Pa. street singer justified?Manuel Gamiz Jr. and Laurie Mason Schroeder, The Morning Call Last updated: Sun
Was viral arrest of Pa. street singer justified?
Philly.com / Posted 7 days ago
Manuel Gamiz Jr. and Laurie Mason Schroeder, The Morning Call Last updated: Sunday, August 23, 2015, 12:05 PM The takedown, recorded by a patron and a restaurant employee with smartphones and shared on social media, sparked a police review, a slew... Read more
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Billboard
Republic Records' Executive VP Wendy Goldstein on Working With The Weeknd, Coping With Sexism and Why 'Urban' Is a Useless TermGroup's ­headquarters in Santa Monica, Wendy Goldstein is ­experiencing a welco
Republic Records' Executive VP Wendy Goldstein on Working With The Weeknd, Coping With Sexism and Why 'Urban' Is a Useless Term
Billboard / Posted 9 days ago
Group's ­headquarters in Santa Monica, Wendy Goldstein is ­experiencing a welcome bout of deja vu. Last August, Ariana Grande's MTV Video Music Awards performance helped launch the singer's sophomore album, My Everything, which debuted at No. 1... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The Texas border town where undocumented migrants are greeted with applauseOn a Saturday morning in the mild days of early summer in the Rio Grande Valley
The Texas border town where undocumented migrants are greeted with applause
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 10 days ago
On a Saturday morning in the mild days of early summer in the Rio Grande Valley, a green municipal bus pulled up to a quiet parking lot in downtown McAllen, Texas. Inside, a group of about 20 Central American refugees squeezed towards of the front,... Read more
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The Austin Chronicle
Planting the SeedsBefore Austin became famous for homegrown spicy condiments inspired by the now-
Planting the Seeds
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
Before Austin became famous for homegrown spicy condiments inspired by the now-25-year-old Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival, the best-known packaged foods to emerge from our city were probably Adams Extract and frozen Top Chop't steaks bearing the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
From Durban to DubaiIn the last four weeks or so, I have been travelling quite a bit. A working lea
From Durban to Dubai
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
In the last four weeks or so, I have been travelling quite a bit. A working leave took me to Nairobi Kenya and Durban South Africa. A short vacation then took me to Dubai. It has been a wonderful tour of East Africa, South Africa and the Middle East,... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Supper with the last of Maine’s fabled logging camp cooksOFF THE GOLDEN ROAD, Maine — One can read the history of Maine’s North Woods in
Supper with the last of Maine’s fabled logging camp cooks
Bangor Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
OFF THE GOLDEN ROAD, Maine — One can read the history of Maine’s North Woods in a pot of beans. Lumber barons have come and gone, their vast tracts of land bought, sold and sold again. Actual horse power has been replaced by motors, and handsaws... Read more
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Canberra Times
Family turns to cannabis as hope runs outThis article is part of a series looking at the medical cannabis debate I can'
Family turns to cannabis as hope runs out
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
This article is part of a series looking at the medical cannabis debate I can't give up on my baby - I won't The Department of Family and Community Services officer pulled up next to the low brick wall, tucked the clipboard under her arm and made... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Decade-long marriage hits the doldrumsDEAR AMY: I am a 37-year-old married man living in the epicenter of the tech in
Decade-long marriage hits the doldrums
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 days ago
DEAR AMY: I am a 37-year-old married man living in the epicenter of the tech industry. My wife and I have been married for 10 years and have a 4-year-old son. The problem is that it seems like we are just living together and not really married.... Read more
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Herald Sun
The 10 most shocking jokes from ‘Dirty Laundry Live’WEEK after week, the most talked about people in pop culture cop an absolute ba
The 10 most shocking jokes from ‘Dirty Laundry Live’
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
WEEK after week, the most talked about people in pop culture cop an absolute battering on Dirty Laundry Live. With the series three finale of the quiz show set to air tonight on the ABC, we thought we’d take a look back at some of the most outrageous... Read more
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News.com.au
The 10 most shocking jokes from ‘Dirty Laundry Live’that actually aired on TV Dirty Laundry Live on ABC TV. Courtesy: ABC WARNING
The 10 most shocking jokes from ‘Dirty Laundry Live’
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
that actually aired on TV Dirty Laundry Live on ABC TV. Courtesy: ABC WARNING: CONTROVERSIAL CONTENT WEEK after week, the most talked about people in pop culture cop an absolute battering on Dirty Laundry Live. With the series three finale of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
10 shocking jokes aired on TVWARNING: CONTROVERSIAL CONTENT WEEK after week, the most talked about people i
10 shocking jokes aired on TV
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
WARNING: CONTROVERSIAL CONTENT WEEK after week, the most talked about people in pop culture cop an absolute battering on Dirty Laundry Live. With the series three finale of the quiz show set to air tonight on the ABC, we thought we’d take a look... Read more
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Perth Now
Julia Morris’ outstanding stuffJULIA Morris has stolen the show after making an epic blunder while presenting
Julia Morris’ outstanding stuff
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
JULIA Morris has stolen the show after making an epic blunder while presenting the award for Outstanding Entertainment Program. After walking on stage alone, she began explaining why she wasn’t given a co-presenter. “A lot of the boys on my “To Do”... Read more
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Herald Sun
all the action from the 2015 TV Week Logie AwardsJULIA Morris has stolen the show after making an epic blunder while presenting
all the action from the 2015 TV Week Logie Awards
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
JULIA Morris has stolen the show after making an epic blunder while presenting the award for Outstanding Entertainment Program. After walking on stage alone, she began explaining why she wasn’t given a co-presenter. “A lot of the boys on my “To Do”... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Julia Morris’ outstanding stuff-upJULIA Morris has stolen the show after making an epic blunder while presenting
Julia Morris’ outstanding stuff-up
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
JULIA Morris has stolen the show after making an epic blunder while presenting the award for Outstanding Entertainment Program. After walking on stage alone, she began explaining why she wasn’t given a co-presenter. “A lot of the boys on my “To Do”... Read more
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Daily Mail
Colorado may ban 'candy' name on marijuana treatsColorado may ban the word 'candy' in the of marijuana-infused treats A new pot
Colorado may ban 'candy' name on marijuana treats
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Colorado may ban the word 'candy' in the of marijuana-infused treats A new pot symbol – an octagon stop-sign shape with the letters THC would also have to placed on the edible items, not just labels Edible marijuana products in Colorado may soon... Read more
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Salon.com
When my therapist dared me to sleep with herThis article originally appeared on It’s the waning moments of my fourth sessi
When my therapist dared me to sleep with her
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
This article originally appeared on It’s the waning moments of my fourth session with a new therapist. I’m holding back — and she knows it. My entire body feels tense, not ideal for the setting. I try to relax, but the plush leather couch crumples... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'Things will never be the same': the oral history of a new civil rights movementSaturday 9 August 2014: ‘Oh my God, they left him in the street’ PATRICIA BYNE
'Things will never be the same': the oral history of a new civil rights movement
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 21 days ago
Saturday 9 August 2014: ‘Oh my God, they left him in the street’ PATRICIA BYNES, Democratic Committeewoman of Ferguson Township: At first I did not even know his name. It was actually the committee woman of the seventh ward that sent me a text that... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Riot Grill serves up a renegade feastOn Friday night in downtown Los Angeles punk rock will be served with a side of
Riot Grill serves up a renegade feast
Los Angeles Times / Posted 24 days ago
On Friday night in downtown Los Angeles punk rock will be served with a side of sweet fig and prosciutto pizza. The revolution, apparently, will come with cured meats. A reunited Babes in Toyland, a band that in the late '80s came howling out of the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimismIllustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimism
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball presided over his final results presentation at Suncorp with some satisfaction on Tuesday. It did not even seem to bother Snowball that, after six years at the helm, his... Read more
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WA Today
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimismIllustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimism
WA Today / Posted 26 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball presided over his final results presentation at Suncorp with some satisfaction on Tuesday. It did not even seem to bother Snowball that, after six years at the helm, his... Read more
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The Age
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimismIllustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimism
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball presided over his final results presentation at Suncorp with some satisfaction on Tuesday. It did not even seem to bother Snowball that, after six years at the helm, his... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimismIllustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimism
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball presided over his final results presentation at Suncorp with some satisfaction on Tuesday. It did not even seem to bother Snowball that, after six years at the helm, his... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimismIllustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball
Ashes to Ashes, Suncorp's departing British boss Patrick Snowball sees plenty of reason for optimism
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Former British tank commander Patrick Snowball presided over his final results presentation at Suncorp with some satisfaction on Tuesday. It did not even seem to bother Snowball that, after six years at the helm, his... Read more
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