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The open line: Webb Hubbell writes a legal thrill...
... to enlarge* WEBB HUBBELL SOON TO RELEASE THRILLER NOVEL: A friend passes along a press release on a book coming from Webb Hubbell, the former Little Rock lawyer and Clinton administration...
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Marin shoppers, merchants upbeat about upcoming p...
Marin merchants and shoppers were upbeat about an impending ban on plastic bags in the county's two largest cities, though some expressed concerns about the details of the transition. San Rafael last...
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Young trio jumping into national title contention
NERVES are starting to kick in for athletes Ashley Ovens and Ashlea Bylsma. NERVES are starting to kick in for athletes Ashley Ovens and Ashlea Bylsma. They say this is normal a couple of days out...
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Five Missouri bills highlight rifts between telec...
Cellphone users in Missouri can expect to see faster service and better coverage as wireless technologies advance in the next decade, but the benefits could come at a cost to cities. Last week, the...
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Scottish Cup vindication is well in hand at Range...
The images of the moment - the heady celebrations at Hampden, the bus tour which the next day snaked through the streets of Edinburgh, the man-by-man introductions over the tannoy at Tynecastle - all...
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Jarvis, Florida Atlantic limping into C-USA tourn...
Nobody could blame him. After a tough loss two days earlier at Charlotte, the Owls took a 14-point lead with 7:52 to go and cruised to the finish. He finished his portion of the postgame press...
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Optimism comes out to play
Joan As Police Woman's joy shows on new album, writes Paula Yeoman. On The Classic, Joan Wasser (Joan As Police Woman) puts the melancholy baby to bed. Anyone who has paid close attention to the...
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When Are Equivalent Acts Not Equal?
In other words, moral judgments might focus not only on the acts per se (the nonconsequentalist aspects) or their net welfare outcomes (the consequences), but also on the distribution of those...
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Most Important 1st-Round Draft Picks
The 2014 NFL draft has so much depth that teams will be disappointed to not land a key franchise cornerstone in the first round even more so than in other years. Great value should be had as the...
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The writer maps out the genius of Professor Conjeevaram Srirangachari Seshadri, who turned 82 on February 29. The chemical messages in the DNA decide the form of the complete organism. In the case of...
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Cathie Anderson: Owners of 4 salons open cosmetol...
Veteran hairstylist Robert Brown didn’t like the things he was seeing – new hires couldn’t even rinse a permanent relaxer out of clients’ locks – so he and his wife, Tracy Brown, enlisted other...
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DuBois for Lake Park mayor
Lake Park is full of small-town charm but troubled by high property taxes, low home values, botched or stalled waterfront projects and far too little civic participation. To help steer it into better...
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Come for the Beatles and Stones, stay for the bal...
Wheeldon’s intimate work, which unfolds its love scenes like time-lapse views of a blooming and then decaying rose, shares almost nothing with the foot-tapping bounce and lightheartedness of Trey...
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Proteas failed to make home pitches work to advan...
Proteas failed to make home pitches work to advantage in Oz Test series: Report Johannesburg, Mar 7 : South Africa has failed to make the home pitches work to their advantage in the recent Test...
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Drinking With H. Jon Benjamin and Eugene Mirman
When Bob’s Burgers returns to Fox’s Sunday night lineup this weekend, it will do so after a five-week hiatus—and in a new time slot. Bumped back to 7 p.m. to make room for the new science education...
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Purity Ring’s Megan James on Spinning Records
... just looking for what makes me dance,” said Megan James, the singing half of Alberta’s electro-pop duo Purity Ring, when asked whether she uses songs in her playlists that are as personal to her...
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Staff Picks: Our favorite iOS apps this month
Staff Picks: Our favorite iOS apps this month Just as we did last month, Macworld staffers got together to chat about the best apps they’ve been using recently. Here are some that have recently...
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Part 1 - M.U. Journalism Majors Prepare to Preser...
Part 1 - M.U. Journalism Majors Prepare to Preserve Enduring Craft Although the Newspapers In Education (NIE) program has been in existence for about 80 years, and its primary goal has never changed,...
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Summerland product to suit up for Heat men's socc...
Ryan Jerry can’t get enough of sports, and the Summerland Secondary product will continue a career in soccer after committing to play for the UBC Okanagan Heat men’s soccer team for their inaugural...
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Bitcoin ‘founder’ finds there is such a thing as ...
Journalism can be a pretty dull job these days - sitting at the desk making calls to beat the looming deadline. Nothing clears the cobwebs like a good old-fashioned car chase. So it’s no wonder that...
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