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A Festival of Fall Arts
... art lovers know, that means a fresh new arts season is upon us. From massive electronic music festivals to interactive art installations, many of this season's events fuse art and technology to...
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Why Al Gore Is Hopeful on Global Warming
What's This?Al Gore speaks during the 2014 Aspen Ideas Festival at the Aspen Institute on June 30, 2014 in Aspen, Colo. Al Gore is hopeful. In fact, the Nobel Laureate, who has spent years solemnly...
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New market brings 'a taste of Greece' to June Str...
Kalamos Greek & Mediterranean Market is a new business on the west side of the city. The market, located at 118A June St., Worcester, opened in July and then closed for a week or so. It is now...
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We can do it says Square's throng
There was a festival atmosphere in George Square last night as thousands of people flocked to hear live music, take part in face painting and hear speakers, the day before Scotland would decide its...
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State of the Game: David Gallop’s address
We have an unprecedented run of finals, tournaments and big occasions that will see the game of football in the daily lives of more Australians than ever before. The game has 1.9 million participants...
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Confucius Comes Home
In my fifth year in Beijing, I moved into a one-story brick house beside the Confucius Temple, a seven-hundred-year-old shrine to China’s most important philosopher. The temple, which shared a wall...
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Scotland delivers a simple answer to a tough ques...
When Alex Salmond was a young and obscure MP at Westminster in the 1980s, he had on his office wall a Radical Scotland front page quoting the veteran nationalist Tom Nairn that Scotland would not be...
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The Koch Brothers' 3-Step Plan to Conquer the Nex...
Right-wing oligarchs dominating our political process, like the Koch Brothers, are wealthy beyond measure. Combined, Charles and David Koch are worth over $100 billion, and make $6 million per hour....
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Music Powered by Electric Cars on Record Breaking...
Cars on Record Breaking 100% Electric Vehicle Tour Alt. recording artist Rick Denzien inspires others to engineer their own jail break from big oil on the �No Gas EV-olution� music tour. It’s no...
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Luna Park Chalk Art Festival | Backesto Park San ...
WATER COLORS: A downpour at last year's festival washed away some of the chalk art drawn on the sidewalks and interrupted works in progress, like this piece. Last year, Mother Nature exerted her...
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Birmingham scientists launch research into head i...
... launched a study in a bid to stop sports stars from dying of head injuries after calls from the family of former Baggies player Jeff Astle. It is 12 years since an inquest into the death of...
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City of Nottingham to spearhead grassroots footba...
... spearhead football revival Nottingham has been chosen as City of Football to spearhead the revival of the game from the grassroots level. The city has won the right to stage a two-year...
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Sudbury Cinefest: From high finance to filmmaking
... who lived in Sudbury and worked at Falconbridge for 15 years. But it’s not the entrepreneur who was in the spotlight this week in Sudbury. His son Andre Bharti was at...
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... Interestingly it was after, I found one of his excerpts from one of his books were put up in the den of Marxist/Maoist Anti-National lumpen elements also known as 'Kafila'. And not so...
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Pssst: Coodabeens make 'crapping on' about footy ...
Ian Cover says the Coodabeen Champions have never "analysed or scrutinised or workshopped" why they've been on radio talking about football for 34 seasons. Ian Cover says the Coodabeen Champions have...
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Our week behind the lens
... is North Nowra resident and Riverlution member Susan Tracey’s thing. Riverlution is a grassroots campaign to bring street art and guerrilla gardening to the Nowra CBD. ULLADULLA: Jason...
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Pod Rods: more Leno on the run; a gold Aston Mart...
Pod Rods brings you some fun videos this week – Jay Leno's "steals" a Vette at the Pebble Beach Concours; Checker lives; and what's your favorite Jaguar?It's all in Pod Rods, Jacksonville's...
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Kids Can Ride in a Bike 'Rodeo' at Jackson Height...
The Safer Greener Streets Fair focused on city cycling will be held on Sept. 13 at Travers Park. View Full Caption JACKSON HEIGHTS — Kids can ride through an obstacle-filled "bike rodeo" course at a...
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Upstate Pride March and Festival to raise awarene...
Like many LGBT festivals around the country, Upstate Pride features a one-mile march that starts on St. John Street and covers North Converse Street, Broad Street and Magnolia Street before returning...
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Lagos Will Produce Future Okagbare, Says Coach
THE Head Coach of the Lagos State Athletics Grassroots Sports, Uremu Adu,on Wednesday said that the state had discovered a number of budding talents that would be outstanding as Blessing...
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