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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Home Movieswill ride again in a few years. Francofonia (unrated, 88 minutes) An elegant m
Home Movies
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 hours ago
will ride again in a few years. Francofonia (unrated, 88 minutes) An elegant meditation on art that centers on a tour of the Louvre, where history holds a prime position and the ghost of Napoleon is thought to wander the exhibits. Directed by... Read more
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Herald Sun
10 must-see Degas masterpieces“a deeper and richer understanding of his brilliance”. Renowned Degas scholar
10 must-see Degas masterpieces
Herald Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
“a deeper and richer understanding of his brilliance”. Renowned Degas scholar Henri Loyrette (a former director of the Louvre Museum) has sourced more than 200 works of art for this Melbourne exclusive, securing loans from collections in 60... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
My Garden This Julyare so good “I won’t tell if you won’t.” It is easily predicted that Carylon’s
My Garden This July
The Chattanoogan / Posted 13 hours ago
are so good “I won’t tell if you won’t.” It is easily predicted that Carylon’s paintings will one day be on display in The Louvre Museum in Paris, probably near Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. But the better tip is this weekend’s “Firecracker... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 20 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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News 8000
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
News 8000 / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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WXII-TV Winston-Salem
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
WXII-TV Winston-Salem / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technology
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technology
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technology
KECI Missoula / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technology
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
KTVZ Bend / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D technology
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 21 hours ago
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Calendar: What�s happening the weekend of July 1-3Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor, 734-764-0395, umma.umich.edu. Samu
Calendar: What�s happening the weekend of July 1-3
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 23 hours ago
Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor, 734-764-0395, umma.umich.edu. Samuel F.B. Morse�s painting �Gallery of the Louvre�: through Sept. 18 at Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, dia.org, 313-833-4005. �Hippie... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technologypeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance.” For the sighted g
Opening up a world of art for the blind with 3-D technology
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted yesterday
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance.” For the sighted going to visit the original “Mona Lisa” in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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DW
Climate change is making our summers more extreme |relatively well prepared compared to countries with fewer resources, namely in
Climate change is making our summers more extreme |
DW / Posted yesterday
relatively well prepared compared to countries with fewer resources, namely in the developing world. "In the Paris floods, the Louvre moved its artworks out, so that shows how organized it was," he told DW. "But in other countries, not even people... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Heat readingtelegraph. A true Renaissance Man, Morse was also a famous painter. One of his
Heat reading
Newton Daily News / Posted yesterday
telegraph. A true Renaissance Man, Morse was also a famous painter. One of his most energetic art works is “The Gallery of the Louvre,” a 6’ x 9’ painting of the interior of the gallery wherein hangs portraits of famous artists like Leonardo da... Read more
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New Now Next
Paris Pride Parade Route Cut In Half: "Giving In To Fear Is Letting Terrorism Win"with the Euro 2016 football championship. Now the procession will only be one-a
Paris Pride Parade Route Cut In Half: "Giving In To Fear Is Letting Terrorism Win"
New Now Next / Posted yesterday
with the Euro 2016 football championship. Now the procession will only be one-and-a-half miles long, stretching from the Louvre to the Bastille along the Siene, rather than starting at Montparnasse. “We received this news with a slight dose... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The world's greatest monuments - the wrong way roundWiltshire Great Wall of China Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro Pyramid of
The world's greatest monuments - the wrong way round
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Wiltshire Great Wall of China Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan Reichstag, Berlin White House, Washington DC Lenin's Mausoleum, Moscow Buckingham Palace, London Mona... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-Dpeople who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted g
Opening up art for the blind, with 3-D
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted yesterday
people who are sighted that have to view art at a distance." For the sighted going to visit the original "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre today, visitors are 40 to 50 feet away behind two barriers, and the art is protected by layers of bulletproof... Read more
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examiner.com
Art as a diplomatic toolthe history of art” opened for the summer in Bayonne with master paintings, eng
Art as a diplomatic tool
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
the history of art” opened for the summer in Bayonne with master paintings, engravings and drawings loaned from the Prado, the Louvre, the Palace of Versailles Museum, among other treasure houses. The exhibition celebrates the end of the 40-year... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Bonjour to new French teachertourist destination - some 83.7 million visitors arrived in France, according t
Bonjour to new French teacher
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
tourist destination - some 83.7 million visitors arrived in France, according to the World Tourism Organisation in 2014 The Louvre Museum in Paris was the most visited museum in the world in 2014 - with an amazing 9.3 million visitors France... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Getty exhibition makes a case for the enduring power of Theodore Rousseaudoes a good job of un-vexing it. The show refocuses on the artist’s own work.
Getty exhibition makes a case for the enduring power of Theodore Rousseau
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
does a good job of un-vexing it. The show refocuses on the artist’s own work. There hasn’t been a Rousseau survey since the Louvre Museum marked the centennial of his death in 1967. These 71 paintings and works on paper constitute the first... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Golden Tulip presents its brand repositioningbut must be a place to live, work and play, all day, every day," sums up Franço
Golden Tulip presents its brand repositioning
Hospitality Net / Posted 2 days ago
but must be a place to live, work and play, all day, every day," sums up Françoise Houdebine, VP Sales & Marketing of the Louvre Hotels Group. Golden Tulip puts a "playful" spirit at the heart of the brand's repositioning. "Business travelers... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How Haute Couture rescued war torn ParisTop hairdressers were brought in to create elegant wigs from a mixture of human
How Haute Couture rescued war torn Paris
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Top hairdressers were brought in to create elegant wigs from a mixture of human hair and glass thread. The show opened at the Louvre in Paris on March 28 1945, and was enormously popular, attracting more than 100,000 visitors, as well as raising a... Read more
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EuroNews
The necropolis of Orthi Petra opens a window to the Homeric worldof the most important finding is the “Eleutherna Kore” which closely resembles
The necropolis of Orthi Petra opens a window to the Homeric world
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
of the most important finding is the “Eleutherna Kore” which closely resembles the Cretan statue “The Lady of Auxerre” in the Louvre. Experts believe they are “sisters”. They are both made by limestone from Eleutherna. Alain Pasquier is one the... Read more
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ESPN
Searching for Johnny RosenblattLangdon in "The Da Vinci Code." (Though I don't remember any drunk tank top bro
Searching for Johnny Rosenblatt
ESPN / Posted 3 days ago
Langdon in "The Da Vinci Code." (Though I don't remember any drunk tank top bros nearly barfing on Tom Hanks's shoes at The Louvre, as happened to me by the aluminum bench.) I found a small plaque posted beside the bench, totally lost in the... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
This Lip Art From Genevieve Jauquet Perez Will Blow Your MindFrida’s self portrait named “The Frame” which she painted using oils on alumini
This Lip Art From Genevieve Jauquet Perez Will Blow Your Mind
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 4 days ago
Frida’s self portrait named “The Frame” which she painted using oils on aluminium and glass. “The Frame” was purchased by The Louvre in Paris in 1939 (another thing on my bucket list, Paris and The Louvre). Hope you guys enjoy my go at it on lips!... Read more
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TEAMTalk
Fear and Loathing in France: Love for Lallana and Payetsome smart kits), but adidas remains football fans’ preferred choice of footwea
Fear and Loathing in France: Love for Lallana and Payet
TEAMTalk / Posted 4 days ago
some smart kits), but adidas remains football fans’ preferred choice of footwear. Fan zones, stadiums, bars, and even the Louvre were full of Spezials, Hamburgs, Munchens, and Gazelles. A sight to behold. – Football subculture in general is... Read more
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examiner.com
The week ahead: 'Kung Fu Panda 3,' 'Whiskey Tango Foxtrot' and morewritten by Guy Hibbert. June 28, 2016: “Francofonia” (Same day as DVD release)
The week ahead: 'Kung Fu Panda 3,' 'Whiskey Tango Foxtrot' and more
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
written by Guy Hibbert. June 28, 2016: “Francofonia” (Same day as DVD release), Rated TV-PG. Set against the backdrop of the Louvre Museum’s history and artworks, master director Alexander Sokurov applies his uniquely personal vision onto staged... Read more
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The Irish Times
Life’s Work: Morgan O’Driscoll, art auctioneer, Co Corkin Kinsale, but the idea of art as a career never entered my head until a schoo
Life’s Work: Morgan O’Driscoll, art auctioneer, Co Cork
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
in Kinsale, but the idea of art as a career never entered my head until a school trip to France when I was 15.We went to the Louvre, an experience I found mindblowing. I was totally overwhelmed, not just by the beauty, but the power of the things... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Paris museum reopens as worst French floods in decades slowly easein Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital,
Paris museum reopens as worst French floods in decades slowly ease
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital, though risks remain for other regions. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations and roads remained closed after the worst floods in three decades caused the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
West Virginia governor says 14 people dead in floodinghall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French cap
West Virginia governor says 14 people dead in flooding
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
hall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital, though risks remain for other regions. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations and roads remained closed after the worst floods in three decades caused the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
West Virginia governor says 14 people dead in floodinghall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French cap
West Virginia governor says 14 people dead in flooding
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
hall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital, though risks remain for other regions. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations and roads remained closed after the worst floods in three decades caused the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Sheriff describes 'complete chaos' from West Virginia floods; 7 deathshall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French cap
Sheriff describes 'complete chaos' from West Virginia floods; 7 deaths
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
hall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital, though risks remain for other regions. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations and roads remained closed after the worst floods in three decades caused the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Paris museum reopens as worst French floods in decades slowly easein Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital,
Paris museum reopens as worst French floods in decades slowly ease
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital, though risks remain for other regions. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations and roads remained closed after the worst floods in three decades caused the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Greenspan: "This Is The Worst Period I Recall; There's Nothing Like It"referring to was a market shock which was the result of a massive capital accou
Greenspan: "This Is The Worst Period I Recall; There's Nothing Like It"
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 days ago
referring to was a market shock which was the result of a massive capital account imbalance resulting from the aftermath of the Louvre Accord coupled with the then trendy Portfolio Insurance (in which everyone was on the same side of the boat, much... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Analysis: Tatts Tiarasmart filly My Poppette contests the Tatts Tiara at Eagle Farm. Smerdon enjoye
Analysis: Tatts Tiara
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
smart filly My Poppette contests the Tatts Tiara at Eagle Farm. Smerdon enjoyed one of his biggest successes when Under The Louvre broke his Group 1 duck when he fought off a dogged Black Heart Bart two weeks ago. Now Smerdon has My Poppette... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Works from 'great pioneer' of modern art come to Melbournewas curated by the pre-eminent Degas scholar and biographer Henri Loyrette. A
Works from 'great pioneer' of modern art come to Melbourne
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
was curated by the pre-eminent Degas scholar and biographer Henri Loyrette. A former director of the Musee D'Orsay and the Louvre Museum, Mr Loyrette has been studying Degas for more than 40 years. "Every time I work on him I discover... Read more
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iafrica.com
Park Hyatt Vendôme most affordable hotel?are located in the 8th and 16th arrondissements, close to the city's major tour
Park Hyatt Vendôme most affordable hotel?
iafrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
are located in the 8th and 16th arrondissements, close to the city's major tourist sights. Le Meurice is moments from the Louvre, for example, while the Shangri-La is close to Trocadéro and the Eiffel Tower. Taking into account the most... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Analysis: Tatts Tiarasmart filly My Poppette contests the Tatts Tiara at Eagle Farm. Smerdon enjoye
Analysis: Tatts Tiara
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
smart filly My Poppette contests the Tatts Tiara at Eagle Farm. Smerdon enjoyed one of his biggest successes when Under The Louvre broke his Group 1 duck when he fought off a dogged Black Heart Bart two weeks ago. Now Smerdon has My Poppette... Read more
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The Irish Times
Fashion Forward: Silk hankies, Parisian chic and upcycled jewelleryin the music industry in Paris with Madonna, Enya, The Corrs and others before
Fashion Forward: Silk hankies, Parisian chic and upcycled jewellery
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
in the music industry in Paris with Madonna, Enya, The Corrs and others before moving to Apple as an event manager in the Louvre, but has now moved back to Ireland with her French husband and two small children. The shop, at 12 Donnybrook... Read more
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Daily Mail
Terrifying video shows 'woman tourist' attacked by mob in Parisattack, which was captured on video, took place within sight of Notre Dame Cath
Terrifying video shows 'woman tourist' attacked by mob in Paris
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
attack, which was captured on video, took place within sight of Notre Dame Cathedral, and less than half-a-mile from the Louvre museum. Horrific screams: The girl (circled), who had attended a rap concert, got caught up in the violent... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
#GoMommy: Tips For European Family Travelin culture and history. Children may be just as enthralled with the rollerblade
#GoMommy: Tips For European Family Travel
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 9 days ago
in culture and history. Children may be just as enthralled with the rollerblades at the Trocadero as they would be visiting the Louvre. Plus, with Disneyland less than an hour away, it is always a great option with small children and teenagers. For... Read more
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Mashable
SelfiesOlga Lishchenko, an 18-year-old student from Saint Petersburg, Russia, said aft
Selfies
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
Olga Lishchenko, an 18-year-old student from Saint Petersburg, Russia, said after performing various selfie stunts outside the Louvre in Paris, France. “When I use the stick it makes me feel uncomfortable,” Lishchenko said, laughing. Despite her... Read more
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SportsFan
Chris Parnham to make Qld debut on G1 dayI can go one better," he said. Smerdon has already struck at this year's Queen
Chris Parnham to make Qld debut on G1 day
SportsFan / Posted 10 days ago
I can go one better," he said. Smerdon has already struck at this year's Queensland winter carnival with Under The Louvre winning the $1.5 million Stradbroke Handicap (1400m). Parnham is also booked to ride the Smerdon-trained Odyssey... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
British farmers crave independence but fear cost of EU exitconsciousness. Militant French farmers regularly stage protests � blocking road
British farmers crave independence but fear cost of EU exit
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 11 days ago
consciousness. Militant French farmers regularly stage protests � blocking roads, dumping manure and even herding sheep in the Louvre museum to demand more support from the government. Wyn Grant, a political scientist and agriculture expert at the... Read more
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Salon.com
British farmers crave independence but fear cost of EU exitconsciousness. Militant French farmers regularly stage protests — blocking road
British farmers crave independence but fear cost of EU exit
Salon.com / Posted 11 days ago
consciousness. Militant French farmers regularly stage protests — blocking roads, dumping manure and even herding sheep in the Louvre museum to demand more support from the government. Wyn Grant, a political scientist and agriculture expert at the... Read more
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