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Billboard
Nashville Song Hall Honoree Walt Aldridge On Co-Writing Ronnie Milsap's Crossover Hit '(There's) No Gettin' Over Me'Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame on Oct. 23 will induct Walt Aldridge as part
Billboard / Posted 18 minutes ago
Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame on Oct. 23 will induct Walt Aldridge as part of its 2017 class of honorees, alongside Jim McBride, Dewayne Blackwell, Tim Nichols and the late Vern Gosdin. Operated by the Nashville Songwriters Foundation, the... Read more
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Daily Press
Annual Heart Walk to be held Saturday in Hamptonand stroke, America’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers, Arnold said in a news release. I
Daily Press / Posted an hour ago
and stroke, America’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers, Arnold said in a news release. It’s scheduled to start at8 a.m. at Peninsula Town Center. The free, non-competitive, three-mile walk includes teams of employees from local companies, as well as... Read more
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WestportNow
Historic Preservation Awards Announcedis one of the award recipients. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) WestportNow.com photo The a
WestportNow / Posted 2 hours ago
is one of the award recipients. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) WestportNow.com photo The awards will be presented by First Selectman Jim Marpe, Historic District Commission Chair Francis Henkels, and members of the Historic District Commission at a ceremony... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
area events for Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017encouraged to bring or view classic cars of all kinds at Cruise Loveland every
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
encouraged to bring or view classic cars of all kinds at Cruise Loveland every Friday night, which rotates locations. Call Jim Baum at 203-4479, Andy Anderson at 402-2839 or Tom Holden at 461-1476. Loveland Senior Singles Cards,1-4 p.m., Zion... Read more
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CBC.ca
Could data be the new oil in Calgary?The gleaming downtown Calgary office tower where Scott Hutcheson workshas a bas
CBC.ca / Posted 4 hours ago
The gleaming downtown Calgary office tower where Scott Hutcheson workshas a basketball court on the 30th floor. It also has an indoor dog park and a craft beer sampling lounge. None of those things were here just a few years ago, when the building... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
In Raniere's shadowslongtime girlfriends, Pamela Cafritz, hired her to walk a dog twice a day. Caf
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 hours ago
longtime girlfriends, Pamela Cafritz, hired her to walk a dog twice a day. Cafritz encouraged the girl's visits to the townhouse she and Raniere shared with other women. And Raniere showered the girl with attention. She said he urged her to... Read more
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New Haven Independent
City Eyes Regulation Of AirbnbAmid growing complaints from neighbors, New Haven is looking to start regulatin
New Haven Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
Amid growing complaints from neighbors, New Haven is looking to start regulating the mushrooming Airbnb business in town — in such a way that they won’t land the city in court. Upper Westville Alder Daryl Brackeen Jr. has submitted an ordinance... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What’s the hurry? Board stalls on St. Mary’s Roadmonitoring of St. Mary’s Road traffic through the years Councilwoman Chris Lew
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 5 hours ago
monitoring of St. Mary’s Road traffic through the years Councilwoman Chris Lewis addressed her colleagues at Tuesday’s Town Board work session to “pull together a loose end.” The issue was the concern of some St. Mary’s Road residents about... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Painter stepped in to sing after performer pulled out - and he was incrediblesinging, stepped into the breach and belted out a string of classics. John, wh
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
singing, stepped into the breach and belted out a string of classics. John, who is redecorating the church with dad-in-law Jim Earls, said: "It was a typical working day and I got to the church at around 7:30 am with my father-in-law. "She asked... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Our journos sure have the write stuffstuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Breaking News Walkley Award winni
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Breaking News Walkley Award winning photographer shares proudest moments4:06 Jim Fenwick was a photographer for The Courier-Mail who then went on to win a Walkley Award for his photo during a rescue... Read more
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Reuters
France criticizes Russian stance on Syria toxic gas probeto build to stop the use of these weapons in Syria.” The inquiry, known as the
Reuters / Posted 5 hours ago
to build to stop the use of these weapons in Syria.” The inquiry, known as the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM), is due to report by Oct. 26 on who was responsible for an April 4 attack on the opposition-held town of Khan Sheikhoun... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Grandparents' visit and coffee morning help Egremont school back cancer charityschool have also been presented with the Margaret Woodburn Trophy for winning a
Whitehaven News / Posted 6 hours ago
school have also been presented with the Margaret Woodburn Trophy for winning a bowling competition organised by Egremont Town Council. It is the second year they have won the primary school competition, which is named after the town council's... Read more
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Luton Today
Shefford beat champions to pull four points clearBedfordshire league Ryan Lewis with a brace was joined on their scoresheet by
Luton Today / Posted 8 hours ago
Bedfordshire league Ryan Lewis with a brace was joined on their scoresheet by Ryan Dobson, Jim Burnside and Matt Allen to bring up the nap hand against home replies via Dan Stafford twice and Ritchie Bevan once. Caldecote Reserves v CS Rovers.... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat leaders lament loss of city’s manufacturing iconstatement “to lose a business so closely linked with Ballarat over such a long
The Courier / Posted 11 hours ago
statement “to lose a business so closely linked with Ballarat over such a long period of time makes this a sad day for this town”. “As a community we need to stand by all these workers as they go through a difficult process of finding new work and... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
On the spot fines for litter louts and dog foulerscouncil has teamed up with Kingdom Environment Enforcement Services, who will p
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
council has teamed up with Kingdom Environment Enforcement Services, who will patrol both Blackburn and Darwen town centres, as well as parks, open spaces and problem areas, looking for those who fail to clean up after... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Dawson Ranch Stables owners share struggles with city's building policiesit's time and time again, and any move I make, I'm told no." She said she feel
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 14 hours ago
it's time and time again, and any move I make, I'm told no." She said she feels there are entrepreneurs who have come into town that are being "shut down and run out." "I don't know the details on all of them, all I see are boarded up buildings,... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Audit faults Chattanooga Convention and Visitors Bureau for missing credit card receipts, lax reporting2015 through June 2016, the audit said. During that period, the CVB spent $48,
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 14 hours ago
2015 through June 2016, the audit said. During that period, the CVB spent $48,537 on meals and entertainment for out-of-town clients, along with $14,163 for business lunches and other dining that only involved Chattanooga-area residents. "I was... Read more
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The North West Star
A profound influenceforce to the backs of boys’ legs, would ensure they came up with correct answer
The North West Star / Posted 16 hours ago
force to the backs of boys’ legs, would ensure they came up with correct answers to maths questions. I still remember Fat Jim with his legs almost bleeding, but as far as I could observe, no improvement in his maths. Fifty years after the event,... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Bruce Museum gears up for ninth Icon Awardsknowledge to compliment the scene. Years later, Lockhart studied art history i
Greenwich Time / Posted 19 hours ago
knowledge to compliment the scene. Years later, Lockhart studied art history in college, and when she and her husband, Jim, travel, their first stop is always an exhibition. “We just love museums,” she said. When the Lockharts moved to... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Bruce Museum gears up for ninth Icon Awardsknowledge to compliment the scene. Years later, Lockhart studied art history i
Darien News-Review / Posted 19 hours ago
knowledge to compliment the scene. Years later, Lockhart studied art history in college, and when she and her husband, Jim, travel, their first stop is always an exhibition. “We just love museums,” she said. When the Lockharts moved to... Read more
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B&T
Adobe MAXes Most Creatives In A Room Recordfrom the hashtag being prominently displayed across Las Vegas, you’d be hard pr
B&T / Posted 20 hours ago
from the hashtag being prominently displayed across Las Vegas, you’d be hard pressed to notice any difference in the town, which has bravely gotten back on its feet. Once the brief tribute was over, Narayen got down to business of putting on... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Tuesday’s local results for golf, cross country; harness racing startersHamilton 71/70, Steve Lycette 73/69, Thomas Bean 75/73, Aaron Clark 76/70, Jack
Bangor Daily News / Posted 21 hours ago
Hamilton 71/70, Steve Lycette 73/69, Thomas Bean 75/73, Aaron Clark 76/70, Jack Wyman 76/77, Jamie Donaldson 76/70, Net: Jim Caron 78/67, Tom Ellsworth 72/67, Dennis Demmons Jr 81/68, Gene Carey 94/69, Michael Hayes 81/69, Zak Sclar 80/69,... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Town Board nearing total 2018 budget and tax figuresSupervisor Jim Dougherty Tuesday provided one of the largest outstanding costs
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 23 hours ago
Supervisor Jim Dougherty Tuesday provided one of the largest outstanding costs to the 2018 budget — employee benefits that will total $3.1 million, $168,317 more than in the current budget. There’s still no total figure in place for the 2018 budget... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
How Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile made their electric campfire albumthat first session,” she says. “’What time do you usually wake up?’ so I knew w
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
that first session,” she says. “’What time do you usually wake up?’ so I knew when to book the studio when he came to town. The rest of the story just became apparent around it.” The two tracked everything live in the studio, in part for... Read more
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Billboard
The Replacements' 'For Sale: Live at Maxwell's 1986': What It Was Actually Like That Nightof For Sale, Billboard spoke with some patrons of the old Maxwell’s who were in
Billboard / Posted yesterday
of For Sale, Billboard spoke with some patrons of the old Maxwell’s who were in attendance the night of this concert. Jim Testa, music journalist: I'd say two things. First, if you didn't see the Replacements with Bob Stinson, you never really... Read more
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Pilipino Star
The Eagles have landedand authorized to perform the Eagles tribute worldwide. Composed of Los Angeles
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
and authorized to perform the Eagles tribute worldwide. Composed of Los Angeles top musicians that include Gary Grantham, Jim Chris Sobkowich, Bill Worrell, Kenny Cetera, Whit Petrell and Albert Zepeda, the group has performed worldwide to rave... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
From the supervisor: Zoning, the lake and budget By Jim Lanning Skaneateles Town Supervisor The
Eagle Bulletin / Posted yesterday
: Zoning, the lake and budget By Jim Lanning Skaneateles Town Supervisor The town is excited that the pipe was delivered for our water line replacement project last week. The contractor will start on the Old Seneca Turnpike... Read more
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Observer
A license to be a journalist? No wayspecial training to measure the performance of bureaucrats or the experts in a
Observer / Posted yesterday
special training to measure the performance of bureaucrats or the experts in a variety of fields, whether that be running a town, assessing a property, fighting a fire or replacing a water main. I have to rely on the “professionals” to lay that out... Read more
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EuroNews
U.S., Russia set for likely U.N. row over Syria toxic gas inquirythe mandate after investigators submit their next report. The inquiry, known as
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
the mandate after investigators submit their next report. The inquiry, known as the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM), is due to report by Oct. 26 on who was responsible for an April 4 attack on the opposition-held town of Khan Sheikhoun... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: ‘Nelson’s fiction has made Mick’s job easy for the East Anglian derby’the “better club” with “better players”. Better players? Maybe. Better club? N
Bury Free Press / Posted yesterday
the “better club” with “better players”. Better players? Maybe. Better club? No chance. Norwich have had the better of Town in recent years and meetings between the two sides – we haven’t got one over them since April 2009 – Jim Magilton’s last... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Woman shocked to find ‘slave shackles’ on vendor’s table at Parke County Covered Bridge Festivala cookie jar depicting the “Mammy” character, which was a common representation
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
a cookie jar depicting the “Mammy” character, which was a common representation of black women during the slavery and Jim Crow eras. It was being sold for $90, according to IndyStar. Wann said she didn’t think people could sell things like... Read more
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Reuters
U.S., Russia set for likely U.N. row over Syria toxic gas inquirythe mandate after investigators submit their next report. The inquiry, known a
Reuters / Posted yesterday
the mandate after investigators submit their next report. The inquiry, known as the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM), is due to report by Oct. 26 on who was responsible for an April 4 attack on the opposition-held town of Khan Sheikhoun... Read more
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TSN
Tragically Hip's Gord Downie dead at age 53with its coverage of the Summer Games in Rio, the CBC broadcast the last show o
TSN / Posted yesterday
with its coverage of the Summer Games in Rio, the CBC broadcast the last show of the tour live, in the Hip’s hometown of Kingston, Ont., and thousands of fans also attended public viewing parties across the country to experience the... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
area events for Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017Storytime, 10 a.m., Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. For
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Storytime, 10 a.m., Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. For ages 2-3. Free. Call 962-2587. Legislative Town Hall Breakfast, 7-10:30 a.m., Northside Aztlan Community Center, 112 E. Willow St., Fort Collins. Those in attendance... Read more
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The Columbian
Camden: Labeling mass shooters ‘cowards’ may give them pauseJim Camden is a columnist with the Spokesman-Review in Spokane. Email: jimc@spo
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
Jim Camden is a columnist with the Spokesman-Review in Spokane. Email: jimc@spokesman.com. By now, you’ve probably heard lots of ideas about how to reduce the number of mass shootings in America, along with the predictable arguments that they are as... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie dead at age 53with its coverage of the Summer Games in Rio, the CBC broadcast the last show o
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
with its coverage of the Summer Games in Rio, the CBC broadcast the last show of the tour live, in the Hip’s hometown of Kingston, Ont., and thousands of fans also attended public viewing parties across the country to experience the... Read more
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FOX 4 Kansas City
14 Raytown officers resign from force, plan to move to KCPDRAYTOWN, Mo. -- The Raytown Police Department is seeing some big changes -- mor
FOX 4 Kansas City / Posted yesterday
RAYTOWN, Mo. -- The Raytown Police Department is seeing some big changes -- more than a dozen officers are leaving the force. Fox 4 has been telling you about the recent budget cuts in Raytown, and now the department says 14 officers -- mostly... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Former Champaign school board member appointed as Parkland trusteeYouth Assessment Center. Parkland board President Dana Trimble said the vote b
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Youth Assessment Center. Parkland board President Dana Trimble said the vote by the five members at Tuesday's meeting was unanimous. One board member, Jim Ayers of Monticello, was out of town on business and unable to atte... Read more
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Lowell Sun
After months of tumult, a new police chief sworn in in Townsend TOWNSEND -- After months of turmoil gripped the Police Department, officials
Lowell Sun / Posted yesterday
TOWNSEND -- After months of turmoil gripped the Police Department, officials struck a celebratory tone Tuesday night as the new chief and deputy were sworn in at formal ceremony. Rick... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
The story behind the Bangor area’s forgotten commuter railroadYou probably don’t even notice them. But if you’re on the bike path between Old
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
You probably don’t even notice them. But if you’re on the bike path between Old Town and the University of Maine, or walking through Broadway Park in Bangor, you’ve seen them — the granite boulders carved with a deep ‘V.’ The V’s aren’t some secret... Read more
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Philly.com
How Hurricane Sandy became steroids for Jersey Shore developmentwith new building requirements to minimize future flood damage. It’s a mini-man
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
with new building requirements to minimize future flood damage. It’s a mini-mansion in the changing blue-collar fishing town, larger and more “beachy” than some of the houses nearby. Up and down the New Jersey coastline, houses have gotten... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Things to see, hear and do around the Illawarra this weekthroughout the decades at Bulli Heritage Hotel. Audiences can expect the music
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
throughout the decades at Bulli Heritage Hotel. Audiences can expect the music of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, Jim Morrison, Nick Cave, Johnny Cash, John Mellencamp and more. The Songs and Tales of Angry Old Men will be led by Jeremy... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Blake looks back on a career of booms and bustsbecome a top priority for Fort McMurray became clear to Blake by 2004. The unre
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
become a top priority for Fort McMurray became clear to Blake by 2004. The unrestrained urban expansion of historic boom towns was not an option for Fort McMurray, as most of the surrounding land was owned by the province or oil companies. Blake... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Sycamore police get pumpkin patchwith the department for 17 years, and I’ve always wanted something like this,”
Daily Chronicle / Posted yesterday
with the department for 17 years, and I’ve always wanted something like this,” Wig said. “I love Pumpkin Fest. I love this town.” He said he collects police patches, and it’s something he’s always been interested in. The Pumpkin Festival patch... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
Salina: Carpenters union to build $5 million training centerto right, NRCC Northwest New York Regional Manager David Haines, NRCC New York
Eagle Bulletin / Posted yesterday
to right, NRCC Northwest New York Regional Manager David Haines, NRCC New York State Training Center Executive Director Jim Hayes, Assemblywoman Hunter and Salina Town Supervisor Mark Nicotra. (Photo by Ashley M. Casey)By Ashley M. Casey Staff... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
Lead, Sanford Lab focus of CBS reportCBS newsman Jim Axelrod told viewers that “Lead was a company town without a co
Rapid City Journal / Posted yesterday
CBS newsman Jim Axelrod told viewers that “Lead was a company town without a company,” following the Homestake’s closure which left hundreds of local residents without work. Through historic photographs, video and interviews, Axelrod explored how the... Read more
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Variety
Bill Pullman Doubles His Treasure at the Woodstock Film Festivalwas eco-friendly, class-conscious, gender-aware and racially sensitive — a fitt
Variety / Posted yesterday
was eco-friendly, class-conscious, gender-aware and racially sensitive — a fitting environment for the handful of host towns surrounding the area. The Best Narrative Feature award went to the surreal comedy “Infinity Baby,” which was directed... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
City of Port Alberni considers alternate path for business license feesshortfall. Or they could decrease the amount of general revenue committed to ca
Alberni Valley News / Posted yesterday
shortfall. Or they could decrease the amount of general revenue committed to capital projects already. Alberni resident Jim Del Rio said that he used to run a business without a business license. “I got told on by another landscaper,” he... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Heartbreak at home over California wildfiresdestroyed — and worry about what this will mean for the livelihoods of their co
MPNnow.com / Posted yesterday
destroyed — and worry about what this will mean for the livelihoods of their counterparts more than 2,000 miles away. Jim Trezise, former president of New York Wine & Grape Foundation, now head of WineAmerica, just returned from Australia and... Read more
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Wayne Post
Heartbreak at home over California wildfiresdestroyed — and worry about what this will mean for the livelihoods of their co
Wayne Post / Posted yesterday
destroyed — and worry about what this will mean for the livelihoods of their counterparts more than 2,000 miles away. Jim Trezise, former president of New York Wine & Grape Foundation, now head of WineAmerica, just returned from Australia and... Read more
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