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2015/07/28 23:09
2015/07/28 23:09
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Who knows where Amy Biehl would have been today or what she would have done with her life. She would have turned 48 this April. She visited South Africa in 1991 and returned in 1993 after studying...
2015/07/28 23:09
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2015/07/25 04:26
2015/07/25 04:26
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... commitment to justice will be measured not by whether we will get the bill passed, but whether we will harness our collective energies to correct a grave injustice. We cannot lose faith in our...
2015/07/23 18:08
2015/07/23 18:08
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It used to be, when it came to food, people had a sort of devil-may-care just-put-the-food-in-your-damn-mouth attitude. This is no longer the case. Today there is more culinary-related material to...
2015/07/19 01:52
2015/07/19 01:52
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LAS VEGAS — Bragging rights are usually the only reward at the end of a well-played video game. But what if high scores came with cash, too? Nevada is on the cusp of what could be a casino...
2015/07/18 23:06
2015/07/18 23:06
11d
The next presidential cycle already is well underway and with it the quest by journalists and many Americans to gain an understanding of the candidates, their ideas, their strengths, their weaknesses,...
2015/07/18 03:26
2015/07/18 03:26
12d
... is a physical experience. The soul is part of the body. The mind is part of the body. When folks do physical violence to black people, to black bodies in this country, the soul as we construe...
2015/07/11 13:46
2015/07/11 13:46
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... If Serena Williams wins Wimbledon Saturday (July 11), she will likely say — as she usually does after a big win — “I want to thank Jehovah God.” Williams, 33, is the No. 1-ranked women’s tennis...
2015/07/11 03:26
2015/07/11 03:26
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... doesn’t mean that both people are perfect. It doesn’t even mean that one person is perfect. It means that two people understand that we are all wounded and we are all here to be healed. The...
2015/07/06 18:05
2015/07/06 18:05
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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico Aging and Long-term Services Department has a new secretary. Gov. Susana Martinez recently appointed Myles Copeland to the post. He replaces Gino Rinaldi, who is...
2015/07/04 09:54
2015/07/04 09:54
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LAS VEGAS — Bragging rights are usually the only reward at the end of a well-played video game. But what if high scores came with cash, too? Nevada is on the cusp of what could be a casino...
2015/07/03 07:26
2015/07/03 07:26
27d
... REVOLUTION is not just for the purpose of correcting past injustices, a revolution involves a projection of man/woman into the future… It begins with projecting the notion of a more human human...
2015/07/02 03:49
2015/07/02 03:49
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The day after the 2014-15 school year came to an end at Laguna Beach High marked a new beginning for Ted Clarke. It was then that the Southern California native became the school's new athletic...
2015/06/30 20:58
2015/06/30 20:58
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LAS VEGAS � Bragging rights are usually the only reward at the end of a well-played video game. But what if high scores came with cash, too? Nevada is on the cusp of what could be a casino...
2015/06/27 04:26
2015/06/27 04:26
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... THINK the time is right and the ground is fertile for us to make progress as a state and to come together and remove the Confederate battle flag from prominent statue outside the Statehouse and put...
2015/06/26 17:58
2015/06/26 17:58
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Amber Godinez was one of the top track and field athletes in the area over the past five seasons and she plans on keeping that talent locally. Godinez, a track star at South Hills High School and Mt....
2015/07/28 23:09
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