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The Hill
Build the wall — with wordsmile-by-mile methodology. In the directive or legislation, mention the words “w
The Hill / Posted yesterday
mile-by-mile methodology. In the directive or legislation, mention the words “wall” and “fence” interchangeably. Did Robert Frost anticipate this debate when he wrote, “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall” and “good fences make good... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Poet Laureate Judson Mitcham visits Georgia Southernavailable on the website of the Georgia Council for the Arts. When asked what
Statesboro Herald / Posted yesterday
available on the website of the Georgia Council for the Arts. When asked what poetry is to him, Mitcham smiles and quotes Robert Frost. “Robert Frost said that a poem is a brief clarification of life, a momentary stay against confusion. I like... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Leitrim join Roscommon in call for GAA not to renew Sky Sports and Eir dealsare six candidates for the two trustee positions, which will be voted on at Con
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
are six candidates for the two trustee positions, which will be voted on at Congress. Tipperary’s John Costigan, Clare’s Robert Frost, Declan Flanagan, Martin McAviney (both Monaghan), Paddy McMahon (Louth) and Larry McCarthy (New York) are vying... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, Jan. 21, 2018partly because of his feel for language. In a lovely speech he gave shortly bef
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
partly because of his feel for language. In a lovely speech he gave shortly before his death, he lauded the poetry of Robert Frost and praised the role of the arts in public life. His love for the beauty and power of language was never more... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Michigan father deported after three decades in community; AIDS crusader Mathlide Kim dies; more in U.S. newsMonday at her home in King�s Point. "So many people alive today literally owe t
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Monday at her home in King�s Point. "So many people alive today literally owe their lives" to her, said amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost in a statement. Krim was a geneticist with experience in cancer research when AIDS first surfaced in the early... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Pioneering HIV Researcher Mathilde Krim Remembered For Her Activismabout HIV/AIDS rationally. "She did it in a very grandmotherly way but also in
KPBS San Diego / Posted 6 days ago
about HIV/AIDS rationally. "She did it in a very grandmotherly way but also in a very direct and honest way," says Kevin Robert Frost, current CEO of the Foundation for AIDS Research. Krim facilitated much-needed public discussions of sex, drug... Read more
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FOX News
Bob Dole receives the Congressional Gold Medal: What to know about the former Kansas senatorHe received the Congressional Gold Medal in 1864. Other notable recipients inc
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
He received the Congressional Gold Medal in 1864. Other notable recipients include Thomas Edison, Charles Lindbergh, Robert Frost, Walt Disney, Robert F. Kennedy, Harry Truman, Rosa Parks, Ronald and Nancy Reagan. A full list of receipts can... Read more
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FOX News
Bob Dole receives the Congressional Gold Medal: What to know about the former Kansas senatorHe received the Congressional Gold Medal in 1864. Other notable recipients inc
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
He received the Congressional Gold Medal in 1864. Other notable recipients include Thomas Edison, Charles Lindbergh, Robert Frost, Walt Disney, Robert F. Kennedy, Harry Truman, Rosa Parks, Ronald and Nancy Reagan. A full list of receipts can... Read more
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New York Daily News
Mathilde Krim, notable AIDS researcher, dead at 91or amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, N.Y., on Mon
New York Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
or amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, N.Y., on Monday. amfAR Chief Executive Officer Kevin Robert Frost says in a statement "so many people alive today literally owe their lives" to her. Krim was a geneticist with... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Prominent AIDS crusader Mathilde Krim dies at age 91or amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, New York, on
KWWL Iowa / Posted 6 days ago
or amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, New York, on Monday. amfAR Chief Executive Officer Kevin Robert Frost says in a statement "so many people alive today literally owe their lives" to her. Krim was a geneticist with... Read more
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New York Daily News
Prominent AIDS crusader Mathilde Krim dies at age 91amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, New York, on Mo
New York Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, New York, on Monday. amfAR Chief Executive Officer Kevin Robert Frost says in a statement "so many people alive today literally owe their lives" to her. Krim was a geneticist with... Read more
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The Janesville Gazette
Prominent AIDS crusader Mathilde Krim dies at age 91amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, New York, on Mo
The Janesville Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
amfAR. The nonprofit says she died at her home in King's Point, New York, on Monday. amfAR Chief Executive Officer Kevin Robert Frost says in a statement "so many people alive today literally owe their lives" to her. Krim was a geneticist with... Read more
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ABC News
Mathilde Krim, AIDS research pioneer, dies at 91dedication. “Dr. Krim had such a profound impact on the lives of so many,” sai
ABC News / Posted 7 days ago
dedication. “Dr. Krim had such a profound impact on the lives of so many,” said amfAR Chief Executive Officer Kevin Robert Frost in a statement. “While we all feel a penetrating sadness at the loss of someone we loved so deeply, it is... Read more
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Island Packet
Historians hope to ID photos that show Kentucky in '30s, '40than 40 "Great Americans" that were exhibited in Chicago, New York, Boston and
Island Packet / Posted 10 days ago
than 40 "Great Americans" that were exhibited in Chicago, New York, Boston and other cities. Her subjects included poet Robert Frost, actress Helen Hayes, architect Frank Lloyd Wright and aviator Amelia Earhart. From the mid-1940s until her... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Ed HaleCollege on the GI Bill. There he developed a deep love of literature and of wri
Lake Placid News / Posted 12 days ago
College on the GI Bill. There he developed a deep love of literature and of writing, studying under Sydney Cox and Robert Frost. He also developed a love of skiing and mountain-climbing. He married in 1948, bringing his bride to live in a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Home raided as part of maquinita investigation belonged to UISD football coachidentified as Rebecca Lopez-Villarreal, 49, was arrested Friday by Laredo polic
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
identified as Rebecca Lopez-Villarreal, 49, was arrested Friday by Laredo police at the home, located in the 3000 block of Robert Frost in the D&J Alexander Estates Subdivision. She was charged keeping a gambling place, gambling promotion and... Read more
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Times Leader
A fruitful substitute for forbidden wordsby devising a creative workaround. As controversies go, this Trump administrat
Times Leader / Posted 13 days ago
by devising a creative workaround. As controversies go, this Trump administration version is one that (to paraphrase poet Robert Frost), couldn’t be called ungentle, but how thoroughly departmental — and governmental. We might never have known... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Books: �Halifax,� �Turtles,� Clinton remain Michigan best sellers in December(Thunder Bay Press) 5) Louise Erdrich, �Future Home of the Living God: A Novel
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
(Thunder Bay Press) 5) Louise Erdrich, �Future Home of the Living God: A Novel� (HarperCollins) [last month #4] 6) Robert Frost, �Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening� (Dutton Books for Young Readers) 7) Susan Collins Thoms, �The Twelve... Read more
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Missoulian
Missoula's southbound air service was a long time comingnewspaper tramsitioned from letter press to offset printing. His antique wood-
Missoulian / Posted 15 days ago
newspaper tramsitioned from letter press to offset printing. His antique wood-type sculptures grace everything from the Robert Frost Library at Amherst College to the Aspen Institute lobby in Washington, D.C., to the entrance of the University... Read more
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Columbia Star
Tom Poland and S.C.’s back roadsSouth Carolina author Tom Poland might deny it, but he shares a kindred spirit
Columbia Star / Posted 19 days ago
South Carolina author Tom Poland might deny it, but he shares a kindred spirit and eloquence with late New England poet Robert Frost. Both he and Frost have been drawn inexorably to the road “less traveled and that has made the difference” to... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Page Stegner, author and UC Santa Cruz professor, diesin Salt Lake City, Stegner was raised in the company of some of the 20th centur
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
in Salt Lake City, Stegner was raised in the company of some of the 20th century’s most iconic literary figures. The poet Robert Frost was a family friend, as was children’s author Theodor Geisel, better known by his pen name, Dr. Seuss. Stegner... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Bay Area’s biggest stories of 2017: A firestorm, a mayor’s death and #MeTooof 2017 as selected by The Chronicle’s staff: 1) Wine Country fires Some say
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
of 2017 as selected by The Chronicle’s staff: 1) Wine Country fires Some say the world will end in fire, said the poet Robert Frost, and for a time this autumn it surely looked that way. A firestorm laid waste to the North Bay before another... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Dick Allen, a Connecticut Poet Laureate, Dies At 78New Criterion Poetry Prize for “Shadowy Place” and won the Connecticut Book Awa
Hartford Courant / Posted 27 days ago
New Criterion Poetry Prize for “Shadowy Place” and won the Connecticut Book Award for “Present Vanishing.” He received the Robert Frost Prize, the Pushcart Prize, the Hart Crane Poetry Prize and fellowships from National Endowment for the Arts and... Read more
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Calculated Risk
Happy Holidays!are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go befor
Calculated Risk / Posted 29 days ago
are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep. "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost There is no snow or even rain in California. Oh well. Enjoy the seas... Read more
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Boston Globe
Sing it from the mountain tops: 2017 is overOttauquechee River, this bucolic idyll, with its covered bridges, historic buil
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
Ottauquechee River, this bucolic idyll, with its covered bridges, historic buildings, and village green, is the stuff of Robert Frost poems, a place to log off and unplug. From Dec. 26 to Jan. 1, Billings Farm & Museum — a functioning dairy farm... Read more

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