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asianage
Sun rises on King Warner’s menAB de Villiers fell in quick succession. What really separated the teams was th
Sun rises on King Warner’s men
asianage / Posted 19 minutes ago
AB de Villiers fell in quick succession. What really separated the teams was the end overs bowled by the peerless yorker length of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and the fine understanding of change of pace in one so young in “The Fizz” Rahman for the... Read more
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asianage
Sun rises on King Warner's menAB de Villiers fell in quick succession. What really separated the teams was th
Sun rises on King Warner's men
asianage / Posted 20 minutes ago
AB de Villiers fell in quick succession. What really separated the teams was the end overs bowled by the peerless yorker length of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and the fine understanding of change of pace in one so young in “The Fizz” Rahman for the... Read more
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New York Post
What Main Street needs most from the next presidentMain Street. So what can those of us who count ourselves among “everyday Ameri
What Main Street needs most from the next president
New York Post / Posted 34 minutes ago
Main Street. So what can those of us who count ourselves among “everyday Americans” actually expect? If you’re a New Yorker, the first policy change on the list should be tax reform. Here’s why. More than 25 years ago, I opened my first fine... Read more
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Deseret News
Community, family members reflect on John Williams' legacyyou name it," Bradley said. "He was there." In 1978, Williams started his firs
Community, family members reflect on John Williams' legacy
Deseret News / Posted an hour ago
you name it," Bradley said. "He was there." In 1978, Williams started his first renovation project and restaurant: the New Yorker. For the first time, Salt Lake City would have fresh, high-class seafood. "He taught us how to eat," said Sen. Jim... Read more
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Slate
Is skim milk really any healthier than whole milk?gets to the bottom of skim vs. whole milk. On The Gist, for our game “Is That
Is skim milk really any healthier than whole milk?
Slate / Posted an hour ago
gets to the bottom of skim vs. whole milk. On The Gist, for our game “Is That Bulls—t?” we ask Maria Konnikova of the New Yorker if we’re any better off drinking skim milk. Konnikova is the author of The Confidence Game. For the Spiel, do we... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Donna Karan, designing the next chapter of a busy lifeneeds to be filled. Like evening wear that perfectly captures the style of a yo
Donna Karan, designing the next chapter of a busy life
Guelph Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
needs to be filled. Like evening wear that perfectly captures the style of a yoga-fit, free-spirited, 67-year-old New Yorker with an obsession for black. Karan needs a formal dress — needs several — because she is being fêted a lot these... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Keidel: Don't Underestimate The Warriors Like I DidWarriors again. Even if they fall behind 3-1. Again. Jason writes a weekly col
Keidel: Don't Underestimate The Warriors Like I Did
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 4 hours ago
Warriors again. Even if they fall behind 3-1. Again. Jason writes a weekly column for CBS Local Sports. He is a native New Yorker, sans the elitist sensibilities, and believes there’s a world west of the Hudson River. A Yankees devotee and Steelers... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Keidel: Don't Underestimate The Warriors Like I DidWarriors again. Even if they fall behind 3-1. Again. Jason writes a weekly col
Keidel: Don't Underestimate The Warriors Like I Did
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 hours ago
Warriors again. Even if they fall behind 3-1. Again. Jason writes a weekly column for CBS Local Sports. He is a native New Yorker, sans the elitist sensibilities, and believes there’s a world west of the Hudson River. A Yankees devotee and Steelers... Read more
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Slate
The Koch Brothers Don’t Like Trump—but That Doesn’t Mean They’re Sitting Out 2016is a Slate contributor. To discuss all things Koch, I spoke by phone with Jane
The Koch Brothers Don’t Like Trump—but That Doesn’t Mean They’re Sitting Out 2016
Slate / Posted 4 hours ago
is a Slate contributor. To discuss all things Koch, I spoke by phone with Jane Mayer, a longtime staff writer at the New Yorker and the author of Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right, which is... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Sun rises on King Warner’s menAB de Villiers fell in quick succession. What really separated the teams was th
Sun rises on King Warner’s men
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
AB de Villiers fell in quick succession. What really separated the teams was the end overs bowled by the peerless yorker length of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and the fine understanding of change of pace in one so young in “The Fizz” Rahman for the... Read more
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CBS News
Gawker chief Nick Denton fires back in feud with Peter Thielthat Thiel is gay. But Denton denied that Valleywag "outed" Thiel, claiming tha
Gawker chief Nick Denton fires back in feud with Peter Thiel
CBS News / Posted 6 hours ago
that Thiel is gay. But Denton denied that Valleywag "outed" Thiel, claiming that he identified himself as gay to New Yorker magazine in 2003 and that he was open about his sexuality among friends. "If you actually read the piece, the piece... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Amazon's $290 e-reader misfire: A hands-on review of the new Kindle Oasishas come in only a few short years. Novelist Nicholson Baker did a memorable d
Amazon's $290 e-reader misfire: A hands-on review of the new Kindle Oasis
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 hours ago
has come in only a few short years. Novelist Nicholson Baker did a memorable deep dive into the Kindle 2 for the New Yorker in 2009, comparing the “greenish, sickly gray” of the screen to a “four-by-five window onto an overcast afternoon.” He... Read more
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Salon.com
“Like a Roman colosseum, the public wants blood”: Former “Daily Show” producer rushes to defense of old boss Trevor NoahThurston was a fundamental behind-the-scenes cog of Trevor Noah’s “Daily Show.”
“Like a Roman colosseum, the public wants blood”: Former “Daily Show” producer rushes to defense of old boss Trevor Noah
Salon.com / Posted 7 hours ago
Thurston was a fundamental behind-the-scenes cog of Trevor Noah’s “Daily Show.” As such, his In an interview with The New Yorker Radio Hour, Thurston cited an imbalance of the managerial and creative aspects of his post among his reasons for... Read more
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Boston Globe
Latino Republicans spurn Donald Trump, plan to leave presidential ballot blankwants to repair his standing in their community. It’s unclear whether such a g
Latino Republicans spurn Donald Trump, plan to leave presidential ballot blank
Boston Globe / Posted 7 hours ago
wants to repair his standing in their community. It’s unclear whether such a gesture is coming from the unpredictable New Yorker. Trump has made headlines for his notorious taco bowl tweet on Cinco de Mayo earlier this month, in which he grinned... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
John H. Rice Jr., printing company executive, diesraces at Pimlico and Laurel tracks. Mr. Rice was an avid reader of newspapers,
John H. Rice Jr., printing company executive, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
races at Pimlico and Laurel tracks. Mr. Rice was an avid reader of newspapers, at least three a day. He also read The New Yorker "from cover to cover," said Laura Rice, a daughter-in-law, of Roland Park. He also enjoyed wildfowl hunting. A... Read more
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Quartz
The hidden downside to corporate America’s fight for LGBT equalityjust two decades ago, when few companies seemed willing to openly rally behind
The hidden downside to corporate America’s fight for LGBT equality
Quartz / Posted 8 hours ago
just two decades ago, when few companies seemed willing to openly rally behind LGBT political causes. Writing for the New Yorker, Richard Socarides explained that when he worked in the White House during the Clinton administration, it was... Read more
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Daily Mail
Woman tries to coax 'pet' chicken into a coop on busy New York subwaycoop by throwing lettuce on the floor But the defiant bird refused to get into
Woman tries to coax 'pet' chicken into a coop on busy New York subway
Daily Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
coop by throwing lettuce on the floor But the defiant bird refused to get into the bag The footage was captured by New Yorker Naseef Sami This is the bizarre moment a woman tried to coax her pet chicken into a designer coop by throwing lettuce... Read more
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Newsmax
Gawker's Nick Denton: Peter Thiel a 'Bully'on the accusations of revealing that Thiel was gay, Denton told CBS that the bi
Gawker's Nick Denton: Peter Thiel a 'Bully'
Newsmax / Posted 9 hours ago
on the accusations of revealing that Thiel was gay, Denton told CBS that the billionaire had already told the New Yorker a few years earlier that he was homosexual, but that in any case there is nothing wrong with "a piece celebrating the... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Abandoned Detroit church finds new life as art gallerycathedral along a gritty stretch of the city's near west side on Webb Avenue at
Abandoned Detroit church finds new life as art gallery
Detroit Free Press / Posted 10 hours ago
cathedral along a gritty stretch of the city's near west side on Webb Avenue at Rosa Parks Boulevard. Johnson, the New Yorker, bought the former Woods Cathedral, built in 1925 as the Visitation Catholic Church, for $6,700 at public auction in... Read more
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Newsmax
McConnell: Holder 'Worst' AG, Snowden Comments 'Truly Outrageous'good idea to do anything that helps us elect Hillary Clinton." And as far as p
McConnell: Holder 'Worst' AG, Snowden Comments 'Truly Outrageous'
Newsmax / Posted 11 hours ago
good idea to do anything that helps us elect Hillary Clinton." And as far as presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, the New Yorker got more votes than anyone else during the primary season, McConnell said, and he thinks Washington's establishment... Read more
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Daily Mail
Madonna's ex-trainer shows how YOU can dance your way to a better bodyhad been - and, despite the aching muscles, I couldn’t wait to go back. The wo
Madonna's ex-trainer shows how YOU can dance your way to a better body
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
had been - and, despite the aching muscles, I couldn’t wait to go back. The workout, which was created by 31-year-old New Yorker Nicole, who drew on her experiences both as a professional dancer (she landed her first Broadway show at age 17), and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lonely wife pays hundreds of dollars to cuddle STRANGERSSTRANGERS - but insists it's not sexual 41-year-old Saskia Fredericks uses the
Lonely wife pays hundreds of dollars to cuddle STRANGERS
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
STRANGERS - but insists it's not sexual 41-year-old Saskia Fredericks uses the service while her husband is away The New Yorker says she finds the lack of human contact difficult The service costs $80 (around £55) per hour and last for around... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mariah Carey struggles to contain her assets in a plunging dressspirits, as she laughed and chatted away to her group as they made a beeline fo
Mariah Carey struggles to contain her assets in a plunging dress
Daily Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
spirits, as she laughed and chatted away to her group as they made a beeline for her car. However, it appears that the New Yorker was more than happy to flaunt another part of her figure, as she proudly showed off her famous derriere in the... Read more
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Philly.com
In Haiti, cradle of rich visual heritage is being reinventedof Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush
In Haiti, cradle of rich visual heritage is being reinvented
Philly.com / Posted 14 hours ago
of Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush work has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and Smithsonian magazines. Gerald Alexis, a Haitian art historian and curator, said he hopes the center's leadership... Read more
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GlaubeAktuell
GlaubeAktuell: Nachrichten - Glaube, Liebe, Hoffnungkreisen, auf die er spontane Ideen projiziert. Zuvor tauchte Scheible unter and
GlaubeAktuell: Nachrichten - Glaube, Liebe, Hoffnung
GlaubeAktuell / Posted 16 hours ago
kreisen, auf die er spontane Ideen projiziert. Zuvor tauchte Scheible unter anderem schon den Londoner Big Ben oder das New Yorker Guggenheim-Museum in besonderes Licht. In Alzey soll es neben dem künstlerischen Genuss für die Augen natürlich auch... Read more
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The Forward
When a Racist Hungary Politician Finds Out He’s Jewishin New York to promote the film. As a member of Jobbik, Szegedi openly express
When a Racist Hungary Politician Finds Out He’s Jewish
The Forward / Posted 16 hours ago
in New York to promote the film. As a member of Jobbik, Szegedi openly expressed anti-Semitic sentiment; in a 2013 New Yorker profile, Anne Applebaum described a 2012 rally at which he joked that Hungarian leaders had “made us believe that if... Read more
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Zero Hedge
FEMA Preparing For Magnitude 9.0 Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake, TsunamiSubduction Zone would absolutely dwarf the massive tsunami that struck Japan ba
FEMA Preparing For Magnitude 9.0 Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake, Tsunami
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 hours ago
Subduction Zone would absolutely dwarf the massive tsunami that struck Japan back in 2011. In fact, an article in the New Yorker quoted the head of the FEMA division that oversees Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska as saying that “everything... Read more
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New York Post
Is your bikini body ready for the summer?Brian Eno’s “Ambient 1: Music for Airports” for “melting stress.” Bravo. Ads wi
Is your bikini body ready for the summer?
New York Post / Posted 20 hours ago
Brian Eno’s “Ambient 1: Music for Airports” for “melting stress.” Bravo. Ads with chocolate: 3. With caramel: 2.New Yorker With Memorial Day come and gone, the liberal media has come down with a case of heat exhaustion with respect to the... Read more
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Breitbart
Trump’s Mission: Make America Great Again; Workers and Soldiers, United, Will Never Be Defeatedto parochial schools were hot-buttons up until the mid-20th century. In the 192
Trump’s Mission: Make America Great Again; Workers and Soldiers, United, Will Never Be Defeated
Breitbart / Posted 21 hours ago
to parochial schools were hot-buttons up until the mid-20th century. In the 1928 presidential election, for example, New Yorker Al Smith, the Democratic party’s first Catholic nominee, lost normally Democratic states, mostly in the South, because... Read more
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Raw Story
Here are 5 drug-related films and TV shows you should binge-watch for Memorial Day weekendoriginal series, starring comedian Maria Bamford and co-produced by Mitch Hurwi
Here are 5 drug-related films and TV shows you should binge-watch for Memorial Day weekend
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
original series, starring comedian Maria Bamford and co-produced by Mitch Hurwitz, creator of Arrested Development. As New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum writes, the show itself takes place in “a far-out psychedelic dream world, where pugs speak... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Friday Night Dialogue: Painting Central ParkRoger Pasquier is a lifelong New Yorker as well as an avid bird watcher who has
Friday Night Dialogue: Painting Central Park
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted yesterday
Roger Pasquier is a lifelong New Yorker as well as an avid bird watcher who has written several books about ornithology. In pursuit of this interest, he has spent long hours in Central Park which led to his most recent book. On Friday, June 3 at 7... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Morris and Mustafizur, Krunal and Chahal in IPL XIa standout with the ball as well, courtesy his ability to rush batsmen with pac
Morris and Mustafizur, Krunal and Chahal in IPL XI
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted yesterday
a standout with the ball as well, courtesy his ability to rush batsmen with pace and bounce, and undo them with excellent yorkers. 7. Krunal Pandya - 237 runs, 191.12 strike rate, six wickets, 7.57 economy rate Most of his runs came up the order,... Read more
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Slate
Anthony Trollope Knows You, and He Loves You Just the Sameof a Bernie Madoff–style financial scheme when that scandal was in the news. Bu
Anthony Trollope Knows You, and He Loves You Just the Same
Slate / Posted yesterday
of a Bernie Madoff–style financial scheme when that scandal was in the news. But, as Adam Gopnik noted last year in the New Yorker, The Way We Live Now is not typical: Rather, it’s “the Trollope novel for people who don’t like Trollope... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
In Haiti, cradle of rich visual heritage is being reinventedof Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush
In Haiti, cradle of rich visual heritage is being reinvented
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
of Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush work has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and Smithsonian magazines. Gerald Alexis, a Haitian art historian and curator, said he hopes the center's leadership... Read more
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ORF Wien
Stararchitektin wird Professorin an Kunstunifortsetzen und ausbauen“, freute sich am Montag Rektor Gerald Bast in einer Aus
Stararchitektin wird Professorin an Kunstuni
ORF Wien / Posted yesterday
fortsetzen und ausbauen“, freute sich am Montag Rektor Gerald Bast in einer Aussendung. Kazuyo SejimaEntwarf New Yorker Kunstmuseum Sejima leitete 2010 als erste Frau die Architekturbiennale von Venedig. Zu ihren bekanntesten Bauwerken... Read more
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The New Statesman
Snakebites and body partsthis place? When I used to visit LA, I marvelled at the simple things, like ga
Snakebites and body parts
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
this place? When I used to visit LA, I marvelled at the simple things, like gas stations and guest bedrooms. I was a New Yorker. And the gas stations took credit cards. At. The. Pumps. What was this magic? And people had Donald Judd beds in... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Memorial Day: Let's not forget to rememberwe've lost during this latest war that landed on our doorstep on 911, which wil
Memorial Day: Let's not forget to remember
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
we've lost during this latest war that landed on our doorstep on 911, which will always seem like yesterday to any New Yorker who was here for it. Let's take just a little bit of time today to actually remember all that sacrifice and honor and... Read more
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New Kerala
Stars who shone the brightest in IPL - newkerala.com #69912the bowlers have had a word or two to say as well. We saw a variety of new deli
Stars who shone the brightest in IPL - newkerala.com #69912
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
the bowlers have had a word or two to say as well. We saw a variety of new deliveries which were bowled, with the wide Yorker being the most popular. In a game dominated by batsmen it had to be a team with top class bowlers who would do the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Undefeated Garbrandt is UFC's next big starwas coming into the fight with a fresh contract and a ton of hype, but Caraway
Undefeated Garbrandt is UFC's next big star
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
was coming into the fight with a fresh contract and a ton of hype, but Caraway survived a first-round in which the New Yorker took his back and looked for a finish, and was clearly the better fighter in both the second and third rounds.As... Read more
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Daily Mail
Manhattanhenge is blocked by the clouds leaving New Yorkers gloomyManhattanhenge is a bust! Sunset phenomenon leaves New Yorkers gloomy as clouds
Manhattanhenge is blocked by the clouds leaving New Yorkers gloomy
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Manhattanhenge is a bust! Sunset phenomenon leaves New Yorkers gloomy as clouds block the view - but they'll get a second chance on Memorial day Manhattanhenge will happen four times this year, twice on Memorial day weekend and again in... Read more
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International Business Times
Generation Trump: How Donald Trump became the populist leader the Tea Party never had Australia. The Tea Party has not rushed to accept Trump. For all his anti-immi
Generation Trump: How Donald Trump became the populist leader the Tea Party never had
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Australia. The Tea Party has not rushed to accept Trump. For all his anti-immigration populism, Trump is a brash New Yorker with a colourful personal life who has clashed openly and bitterly with the Tea Party's favoured candidate, Ted Cruz.... Read more
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Salon.com
In Haiti, cradle of rich visual heritage is being reinventedof Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush
In Haiti, cradle of rich visual heritage is being reinvented
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
of Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush work has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and Smithsonian magazines. Gerald Alexis, a Haitian art historian and curator, said he hopes the center’s leadership... Read more
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ABC News
In Haiti, Cradle of Rich Visual Heritage Is Being Reinventedof Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush
In Haiti, Cradle of Rich Visual Heritage Is Being Reinvented
ABC News / Posted yesterday
of Eden under the instruction of Frantz Zephirin, a Haitian painter whose lush work has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and Smithsonian magazines. Gerald Alexis, a Haitian art historian and curator, said he hopes the center's leadership... Read more
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The New Yorker
“Maybe It Was the Distance”as light as his cousin. He’d fought for his homeland, while Jacob spent entire
“Maybe It Was the Distance”
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
as light as his cousin. He’d fought for his homeland, while Jacob spent entire nights debating whether that ubiquitous New Yorker poster where New York is bigger than everything else would look better on this wall or that one. After his service,... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Journey to Europe: A DocumentaryJourney A six-part documentary about the dangerous paths of Syrian asylum seek
The Journey to Europe: A Documentary
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
Journey A six-part documentary about the dangerous paths of Syrian asylum seekers in the E.U., directed by the filmmaker Matthew Cassel in collaboration with Field of Vision. SIGN UP FOR THE DAILY NEWSLETTER: THE BEST OF THE NEW YORKER EVER... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Chinnaswamy becomes Cutting's personal slogging canvassuccess depended on his reading of the situation. Watson bowling from around th
Chinnaswamy becomes Cutting's personal slogging canvas
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted yesterday
success depended on his reading of the situation. Watson bowling from around the wicket could mean one of two things - yorkers and bouncers. The field was set for both eventualities. Long-off and long-on were back. So was deep square leg and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Forever Plaid is harmless distraction with corny, uncomplicated nostalgiawent out of fashion in a big way. At the Panasonic Theatre the music lives aga
Forever Plaid is harmless distraction with corny, uncomplicated nostalgia
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
went out of fashion in a big way. At the Panasonic Theatre the music lives again. The Toronto venue was called the New Yorker in 1993, when the hit off-Broadway revue premiered in Canada. Now Stuart Ross’s Forever Plaid is revived. We meet our... Read more
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The Hindu
Royal Challengers Bangalore take on Sunrisers Hyderabad in Bengaluru in the final class of IPL-2016|| lose by 8 runs) Bhuvaneshwar Kumar with the final over of IPL 2016. Begins
Royal Challengers Bangalore take on Sunrisers Hyderabad in Bengaluru in the final class of IPL-2016
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
|| lose by 8 runs) Bhuvaneshwar Kumar with the final over of IPL 2016. Begins with a full-toss, which is as good as the yorker he just missed. Jordan gets a taste of his own medicine, as he ekes it out to Long-on for a single. 17 needed off 5... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
Bunks for Drunkscrimes. Watkins said they also cost taxpayers money when they're treated at the
Bunks for Drunks
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 2 days ago
crimes. Watkins said they also cost taxpayers money when they're treated at the hospital. A 2006 article in TheNew Yorker documented the costs to the city of Las Vegas for a homeless man dubbed "Million Dollar Murray," whose frequent visits... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Illegal drugs: Is tougher enforcement the best solution? | Opinionwith substance addiction at the same time that they suffer from mental illness.
Illegal drugs: Is tougher enforcement the best solution? | Opinion
Pilipino Star / Posted 2 days ago
with substance addiction at the same time that they suffer from mental illness. As one Portuguese physician told The New Yorker in an evaluation of Portugal’s drug policy, “I prefer moderate hope and some likelihood of success to the dream of... Read more
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