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2014/09/23 17:12
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The Yetties were one of the most popular English folk music groups from the 1960s through to the present day. Starting in folk clubs and festivals, they took their music to a wider audience in...
2014/09/23 17:12
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2014/09/23 16:12
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Illustration by Todd Detwiler The 2013 NFL season ended with the Seattle Seahawks crushing Denver in the Super Bowl. But will they even reach the playoffs this season? Recent precedent says no. The...
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2014/09/23 06:09
2014/09/23 06:09
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In an interview with the Radio Times, MacGregor disclosed the aim of the series is to examine “what else” happened in Germany, detailing the “new country” which has emerged since the fall of the...
2014/09/22 11:34
2014/09/22 11:34
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... AS NEW: Rick Dale with the family in History channels hit reality series, American Restoration, now in its sixth run on South African screens. A humble start restoring Coke machines has...
2014/09/22 10:12
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EIGHT Ballarat soldiers – PoWs of the Japanese in World War II – were sent on gruelling marches from Borneo’s Sandakan to Ranau. EIGHT Ballarat soldiers – PoWs of the Japanese in World War II – were...
2014/09/21 10:15
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CUSHING, Maine — World War II veteran Hugh Aaron recalled this week that mail delivery was always a time that servicemen looked forward to as way to connect to home. “If you got mail you felt good....
2014/09/21 07:25
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Test cricket is a subtle sport from the point of view of ranking teams. Four results are technically possible in each match, and three of these are common. Unlike in other sports, a draw does not...
2014/09/21 03:05
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NEW YORK | Ken Burns’ new documentary about the Roosevelts — presidents Theodore and Franklin, and Franklin’s wife Eleanor — is bound to stir interest in some of the places connected to them. Here’s a...
2014/09/21 02:37
2014/09/21 02:37
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... Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010, which I saw in New York, certainly brings into focus the outlandish range of substances Polke used. Both material and ingestible, that is – he had a...
2014/09/21 01:21
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Football News It takes so much patience to be a Chicago Cubs fan. The Cubs have not won the World Series since 1908 and they have not played in the World Series since 1945. Unlike the Boston Red...
2014/09/20 11:19
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... battle between Chinese and Japanese forces in 1943, involving more than 300,000 troops. The documents are the 27th installment of a series of anti-Japanese war archives, which have been...
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2014/09/20 01:13
2014/09/20 01:13
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On Sept. 24, 1969, Chicago hosted a double-header of tragicomedy, the kind of spectacles in which you didn't know whether to laugh or cry. One ended that day: a Cubs pennant run that, only two weeks...
2014/09/19 19:45
2014/09/19 19:45
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It's Hispanic Heritage Month, From the first explorations into North America nearly a century before Jamestown to the banning of Mexican-American Studies in Arizona, here's 17 Latino historical events...
2014/09/19 15:30
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Street Green CHURCH SERVICES: St John’s Bodle Street: 9.30am Morning Worship with Holy Communion. The village hall will become the Empire Room for the evening on Saturday October 4 in aid of St...
2014/09/19 14:56
2014/09/19 14:56
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... Battle of Bosworth (Wars of the Roses), Leicestershire, United Kingdom On the afternoon of Aug. 22, 1485, the course of English history changed. The Battle of Bosworth was the major turning point,...
2014/09/18 17:09
2014/09/18 17:09
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Or it would be; were it not for the fact that these ghastly horrors are played by the most beautiful bunch of actors on the planet, and the world that they inhabit is hallowed with a deathly glamour....
2014/09/18 17:02
2014/09/18 17:02
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Mang Ador was one of a kind, in a class by himself. There has been no one like him. Mention the name Mang Ador and what comes to mind are the beautiful faces of the stars that he had photographed...
2014/09/18 11:48
2014/09/18 11:48
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This piece originally appeared on It’s possible I’ve lived most of my life on the wrong planet — and if that sounds like the first sentence of a sci-fi novel maybe, in its own way, it is. I thought I...
Read more at Salon.com, Op-Ed News
2014/09/18 08:13
2014/09/18 08:13
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By JoAnn R. Walter In the United States, National POW/MIA Recognition Day honors those who were prisoners of war and those who are still missing, as well as their families. Observed on the third...
2014/09/18 07:09
2014/09/18 07:09
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I also agree with the SNP that BBC coverage of the referendum campaign has been biased and arrogant. This is a serious problem, and Eurosceptics preparing to fight the planned referendum of British...
2014/09/23 17:12
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