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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water CoolerTsundoku: Egyptian Oedipus: Athanasius Kircher and the Secrets of Antiquity, by
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 6 days ago
Tsundoku: Egyptian Oedipus: Athanasius Kircher and the Secrets of Antiquity, by Daniel Stolzenberg; The Invaders: How Humans and their Dogs Drove Neanderthals to Extinction, by Pat Shipman (instruction manual for dealing with neoliberalism); Napoleon... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Top of the townBURNHAM - Burnham Community Day will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 5 o
Top of the town
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
BURNHAM - Burnham Community Day will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 5 on North Beech Street in Burnham. A pre-festival event will take place from 5:30 p.m. to dusk Sept. 4 on the lawn of the Walnut Street Methodist Church. Music by Carol... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
How author Pat Conroy changed his lifestyle and found healthPat Conroy works out at the fitness studio he opened as part of his makeover. I
How author Pat Conroy changed his lifestyle and found health
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
Pat Conroy works out at the fitness studio he opened as part of his makeover. In three years, he has lost 25 pounds, quit drinking, brought his...GoUpstate.comAugust 23, 2015 5:20 PM

PORT ROYAL — Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist... Read more

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iol.co.za
Becoming a lord of his disciplinePort Royal, South Carolina - Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist
Becoming a lord of his discipline
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
Port Royal, South Carolina - Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist Pat Conroy. After decades of eating and drinking pretty much whatever he wanted, the best-selling novelist found himself lying in a hospital bed, bloated with fluids as... Read more
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The Columbian
Health scare spurs author to seek changesPORT ROYAL, S.C.— Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist Pat Conroy.
Health scare spurs author to seek changes
The Columbian / Posted 12 days ago
PORT ROYAL, S.C.— Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist Pat Conroy. After decades of eating and drinking pretty much whatever he wanted, the best-selling novelist found himself lying in a hospital bed, bloated with fluids as his organs... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Murder mystery to focus on Thomas WolfeThis immersive mystery dinner experience will take the audience back to 1929 as
Murder mystery to focus on Thomas Wolfe
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 12 days ago
This immersive mystery dinner experience will take the audience back to 1929 as guests of the restaurant await the arrival of the evening's honored guest and native son, Thomas Wolfe. Wolfe, returning for a brief visit to his childhood home, has... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Core Bites, August 21

'Crimes of the Heart' running at FRP

The Flat Ro

Core Bites, August 21
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 13 days ago

'Crimes of the Heart' running at FRP

The Flat Rock Playhouse production of “Crimes of the Heart” is currently running at the Playhouse Downtown, 125 S. Main St., Hendersonville.

This heartfelt comedy written by... Read more

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Washington Post
Novelist Pat Conroy was ‘dying’ three years ago. Here’s how he got healthy.Pat Conroy catches his breath. (Alex Holt for The Washington Post) Port Royal,
Novelist Pat Conroy was ‘dying’ three years ago. Here’s how he got healthy.
Washington Post / Posted 15 days ago
Pat Conroy catches his breath. (Alex Holt for The Washington Post) Port Royal, S.C.—Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist Pat Conroy. After decades of eating and drinking pretty much whatever he wanted, the best-selling novelist found... Read more
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Washington Post
How writer Pat Conroy took back his health, just in timePat Conroy catches his breath. (Alex Holt for The Washington Post) Port Royal,
How writer Pat Conroy took back his health, just in time
Washington Post / Posted 16 days ago
Pat Conroy catches his breath. (Alex Holt for The Washington Post) Port Royal, S.C.—Three years ago, life caught up with the novelist Pat Conroy. After decades of eating and drinking pretty much whatever he wanted, the best-selling novelist found... Read more
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The McPherson Sentinel
Brothers successful in tech industryThomas Wolfe once said, “You can’t go home again.” Matt Nyquist may have taken
Brothers successful in tech industry
The McPherson Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
Thomas Wolfe once said, “You can’t go home again.” Matt Nyquist may have taken his time, but he eventually proved Wolfe wrong. After six years in California, Matt came home to the Kansas of his childhood and entered into a business venture with his... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
World Watch: Michigan companies doing business in the PhilippinesAutoliv manufacturing facility in Lapu-Lapu With a 2014 GDP of $284.9 billion,
World Watch: Michigan companies doing business in the Philippines
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 24 days ago
Autoliv manufacturing facility in Lapu-Lapu With a 2014 GDP of $284.9 billion, the Philippines is the 30th largest economy in the world. The country has been in a surplus since 2003, according to the CIA World Factbook, and economic growth averaged... Read more
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The McPherson Sentinel
Brothers successful in tech industryThomas Wolfe once said, “You can’t go home again.” Matt Nyquist may have taken
Brothers successful in tech industry
The McPherson Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
Thomas Wolfe once said, “You can’t go home again.” Matt Nyquist may have taken his time, but he eventually proved Wolfe wrong. After six years in California, Matt came home to the Kansas of his childhood and entered into a business venture with his... Read more
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Washington Post
Signed as a receiver, Quinton Dunbar hopes to catch on as a cornerbackRICHMOND — Buried deep in the résumé of Quinton Dunbar, a Florida wide receiver
Signed as a receiver, Quinton Dunbar hopes to catch on as a cornerback
Washington Post / Posted 26 days ago
RICHMOND — Buried deep in the résumé of Quinton Dunbar, a Florida wide receiver who was overlooked in this year’s NFL draft, was the fact that he played cornerback in high school. With injuries thinning the ranks of Washington Redskins defensive... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
23 must-visit historic places in North CarolinaMeghan Kennedy (left) and Matthew Young (right) listen as a Colonial 'doctor,'
23 must-visit historic places in North Carolina
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 30 days ago
Meghan Kennedy (left) and Matthew Young (right) listen as a Colonial 'doctor,' Chris Grimes, discusses 18th-century medicine during Tryon Palace's ...StarNewsOnline.comJune 16, 2015 1:15 PM

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