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The Daily Sentinel
Weekly Calendar, Oct. 22, 2017more. Grand Valley Transit will provide free transportation to and from the eve
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 5 hours ago
more. Grand Valley Transit will provide free transportation to and from the event. Traveling Gourds Tour, 7 p.m., Lithic Bookstore and Gallery, 138 S. Park Square, No. 202, Fruita, upstairs, enter through lobby door by the east side of the... Read more
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GoPSUsports.com
Nittany Lions Host Michigan for Penn State White OutDon Bellisario will be recognized for his $30 million gift last spring for Penn
GoPSUsports.com / Posted 8 hours ago
Don Bellisario will be recognized for his $30 million gift last spring for Penn State communications students and faculty that will establish the state of the art Donald P. Bellisario Media Center. Bellisario is a 1961 Penn State graduate and the... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘The fight for equality is a lifelong, generational fight’house in Melbourne. Books were an escape from my almost clichéd, white suburban
Herald Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
house in Melbourne. Books were an escape from my almost clichéd, white suburban family (of the time). In the second-hand bookstore where I worked as a teen, I found out about cartoons. It never occurred to me until I saw cartoons and writing in a... Read more
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Boston Globe
In Enfield, a bid for Amazon tinged with ironyof the numerous mall-based bids offered up to Amazon last week from across the
Boston Globe / Posted 12 hours ago
of the numerous mall-based bids offered up to Amazon last week from across the country. Analysts at Cowen & Co. anticipate that 20 percent of the 1,200 US shopping malls will soon meet their demise, and that’s led developers in Dallas, Detroit,... Read more
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New York Post
How Hitler’s plan to take over LA was thwarted by a Jewish lawyerAdolf Hitler’s paramilitary Brownshirts back in Germany and a veteran of the 19
New York Post / Posted 12 hours ago
Adolf Hitler’s paramilitary Brownshirts back in Germany and a veteran of the 1923 putsch against the Bavarian government that had landed the politician in jail. Gefken had killed Jews in cold blood and “had not hesitated to throw acid in the... Read more
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WA Today
Australia's Amazon book battleown books in Australia or make sellers of used books more dominant? Will it und
WA Today / Posted 14 hours ago
own books in Australia or make sellers of used books more dominant? Will it undermine or compete with the community ethos that bookstores like Readings represent? "We have a lot of questions," said Rubbo, 69, a quiet, casual man with intense blue... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Who shot JFK? Here are 6 conspiracy theoriesTODAY, USA NOW) Five decades after the death of President John F. Kennedy, man
Detroit Free Press / Posted 18 hours ago
TODAY, USA NOW) Five decades after the death of President John F. Kennedy, many still don't agree with the official record that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman in his assassination. President Trump on Saturday said he will allow the release... Read more
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The Columbian
Fort Vancouver lantern tours shed candlelight on historic siteold guard house, the Vancouver Arsenal, Capt. Ulysses Grant’s time here as quar
The Columbian / Posted 22 hours ago
old guard house, the Vancouver Arsenal, Capt. Ulysses Grant’s time here as quartermaster and the World War I spruce mill that produced lumber for warplanes. Each Vancouver Barracks walk is limited to 40 participants. The Vancouver Barracks... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘The fight for equality is a lifelong, generational fight’house in Melbourne. Books were an escape from my almost clichéd, white suburban
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
house in Melbourne. Books were an escape from my almost clichéd, white suburban family (of the time). In the second-hand bookstore where I worked as a teen, I found out about cartoons. It never occurred to me until I saw cartoons and writing in a... Read more
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Inquirier.net
On Kissing Retail Therapy Goodbye and Giving Self-Care a ShotHere at Preen, we’re fully aware that adult life doesn’t always go as smoothly
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
Here at Preen, we’re fully aware that adult life doesn’t always go as smoothly (and look as beautiful) as curated Instagram feeds. We all face challenges amidst all the good things. Meet Mikka Wee, a former food editor-turned-working gal in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘The fight for equality is a lifelong, generational fight’for equality is a lifelong, generational fight’ | Daily Telegraph Invalid post
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
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Rutland Herald
MILLER'S NEWBOOK ain't quaintparticipate in the book. Some of those are local luminaries — two farmer/ movi
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
participate in the book. Some of those are local luminaries — two farmer/ movie stars (George Woodard and Fred Tuttle), a bookstore owner Kim Crady-Smith), a journalist (Chris Braithwaite), a pickle maker (Stub Earle), a former governor and failed... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
On the Record: Esther Ng, pioneer anti-bullying activistvoice in the field and co-wrote the book “Breaking the Silence: Bullying in Sin
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
voice in the field and co-wrote the book “Breaking the Silence: Bullying in Singapore”. A global 2015 survey indicated that 5 per cent of Singapore’s 15-year-old students experience physical bullying. This was compared to 10 per cent and 20 per... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's Amazon book battleown books in Australia or make sellers of used books more dominant? Will it und
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
own books in Australia or make sellers of used books more dominant? Will it undermine or compete with the community ethos that bookstores like Readings represent? "We have a lot of questions," said Rubbo, 69, a quiet, casual man with intense blue... Read more
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The Age
Australia's Amazon book battleown books in Australia or make sellers of used books more dominant? Will it und
The Age / Posted yesterday
own books in Australia or make sellers of used books more dominant? Will it undermine or compete with the community ethos that bookstores like Readings represent? "We have a lot of questions," said Rubbo, 69, a quiet, casual man with intense blue... Read more
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The Morning Call
Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Young adult fictionLauren (Simon & Schuster, $17.99) Three years ago, Tanner Scott’s family reloc
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
Lauren (Simon & Schuster, $17.99) Three years ago, Tanner Scott’s family relocated from California to Utah, a move that nudged the bisexual teen temporarily back into the closet. Now, with one semester of high school to go, and no obstacles... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Albert R. Hunt: President Donald Trump is no Chester A. Arthurinfluence on the political process, using money and lobbyists to bend governmen
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
influence on the political process, using money and lobbyists to bend government policy to their benefit. Reformers believe that the money sloshing around in politics is a threat to American democracy. “The new president, a Republican, is a wealthy... Read more
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Manning River Times
Litbits October 21 2017by Canberra poet Melinda Smith at the National Library of Australia at 6pm. Boo
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
by Canberra poet Melinda Smith at the National Library of Australia at 6pm. Bookings: nla.gov.au/event/book-launch-poems-that-dance. October 25: Musician Jimmy Barnes will talk about the second volume of his memoir, Working Class Man, at the... Read more
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Philly.com
Harpers Ferry: 'Worth a voyage across the Atlantic'war, and many of the town’s churches and larger homes served as hospitals for i
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
war, and many of the town’s churches and larger homes served as hospitals for injured troops. There was so much destruction that by war’s end, the only armory building standing was John Brown’s fort — the fire engine and guardhouse where the... Read more
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Boston Herald
Amazon HQ2: Boston prepped to pony up big-time on its Suffolk Downs bet$812 million in state and possibly federal money. “We see these as really smar
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
$812 million in state and possibly federal money. “We see these as really smart investment in infrastructure and transit that allows Suffolk Downs and the neighborhood to be more development-ready. A lot of this came out of the conversations that... Read more
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CNET
Still stalking Bigfoot 50 years after the beast went bigBigfoot believers will descend on a remote part of Northern California to celeb
CNET / Posted 2 days ago
Bigfoot believers will descend on a remote part of Northern California to celebrate a shaky, minute-long film from 1967 that not only introduced Sasquatch to the wider world, but transformed the cryptid into a pop culture phenomenon that still... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Black female poets discuss race and sexuality – The Johns Hopkins NewsRed Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse hosted a poetry reading by The Black Ladies Br
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 2 days ago
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse hosted a poetry reading by The Black Ladies Brunch Collective for a reading of poems from their book Not Without Our Laughter: Poems of Humor, Joy & Sexuality. This group of black female artists celebrated the... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Best things to do solo in BerkeleyAlone time is a complicated concept for the average college student. Some days,
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 days ago
Alone time is a complicated concept for the average college student. Some days, we’re so busy that we spend most of our time cramming alone in the library and feeling sorry for ourselves. Other days, we’re constantly surrounded by floormates who... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Voertman’s legacy to live on at UNTPaul R. Voertman was a generous man throughout his life. He was the former owne
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
Paul R. Voertman was a generous man throughout his life. He was the former owner of the iconic Voertman's Bookstore across from the University of North Texas campus on West Hickory Street. He died in June at age 88, but his death didn't spell the... Read more
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BC Local News
Renovations continue at Northwest Community College trades buildingthe prior wall, opening up a 4,000-square foot student common area with a high-
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
the prior wall, opening up a 4,000-square foot student common area with a high-ceiling, tables, chairs, and a redesigned bookstore and cafe. In addition to the large new entrance, the modernization also includes glass walls between classrooms... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Renovations continue at Northwest Community College trades buildingthe prior wall, opening up a 4,000-square foot student common area with a high-
Terrace Standard / Posted 3 days ago
the prior wall, opening up a 4,000-square foot student common area with a high-ceiling, tables, chairs, and a redesigned bookstore and cafe. In addition to the large new entrance, the modernization also includes glass walls between classrooms... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
SGT stages ‘The Lord of Two Requests’“The Lord of Two Requests” has a simple concept. “It is about the Lord giving
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
“The Lord of Two Requests” has a simple concept. “It is about the Lord giving this man two requests that he’d like him to follow through with,” Cheryl Belt, who directs the play for the Stained Glass Theatre, explained. “God just comes and talks... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Cho business!Margaret Cho says that life is going "really, really well" these days. There's
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
Margaret Cho says that life is going "really, really well" these days. There's her new show "Fresh off the Bloat," selling out in most cities, coming to the Castro Theatre on Oct. 21. Later this year, she's taking the one-woman gig to the UK and... Read more
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FOX News
'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' tickets fiasco has some fans upsetCopies of the book of the play of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child parts One a
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
Copies of the book of the play of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child parts One and Two are displayed at a bookstore in London, Britain July 31, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall - S1BETSQKBOAA Today was a big day for fans of “Harry Potter” and Broadway, of... Read more
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NBC Washington
Starbucks to Open in Historic Anacostiaeast of the Anacostia River. Courtney Snowden, the city's deputy mayor for eco
NBC Washington / Posted 3 days ago
east of the Anacostia River. Courtney Snowden, the city's deputy mayor for economic development, told News4's Tom Sherwood that the coffee chain had agreed to open the location. Then, Mayor Muriel Bowser's office issued a statement announcing the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Q&A: Bilal SiddiqiQ Why do you write? I write because I love the exercise. The thoughts that go t
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
Q Why do you write? I write because I love the exercise. The thoughts that go through one’s head before having to put things down on paper are always exciting and even exhausting, at times. Writing is cathartic to me and I can’t imagine not doing it,... Read more
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Business Wire
Greater Sacramento Announces Bid for Amazon HQ2reality video. “Amazon is the first company of the digital age — from becoming
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
reality video. “Amazon is the first company of the digital age — from becoming the largest seller of books without a bookstore to rethinking commerce as we know it,” said Sacramento Kings owner and chairman Vivek Ranadivé. “I believe that... Read more
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Daily Mail
China detains 'wild' Imams who don't preach Islamon rules ordering officials re-educate religious leaders Security measures tig
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
on rules ordering officials re-educate religious leaders Security measures tighter in the run-up to the Party Congress that opened today Authorities in north-western China have reportedly launched harsh restrictions on Muslim religious leaders... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Janet Sheridan: The treats of trick-or-treatingevents, my teacher shared a newspaper article about the growing evidence of a l
Craig Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
events, my teacher shared a newspaper article about the growing evidence of a link between lung cancer and cigarettes. That afternoon, at home, my mother gave me a bemused glance when I asked if candy cigarettes contained nicotine. Homemade... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Filipino ghosts to haunt San Francisco theatergoersghosts,” says Irene Faye Duller, one of the founding members of Susmaryosep & C
Inquirier.net / Posted 3 days ago
ghosts,” says Irene Faye Duller, one of the founding members of Susmaryosep & Co., a group of multidisciplinary artists that’s co-presenting the show with Bindlestiff Studio. “The show deals with the celebration of death and a meditation of our... Read more
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The Brown and White
Poll: Should Easton Council approve Lafayette dorm expansion?a city block east of McCartney Street to build new dormitories, refusing to iss
The Brown and White / Posted 3 days ago
a city block east of McCartney Street to build new dormitories, refusing to issue a special exception for the project. But that verdict could be reversed by City Council, which will hear the college's appeal at a special meeting scheduled for 6... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
SOWELA opens bookstore in Sycamore Student CenterA new bookstore has opened at SOWELA Technical Community College Tuesday. The
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 3 days ago
A new bookstore has opened at SOWELA Technical Community College Tuesday. The grand opening was part of the college's Students Appreciation and Spirit Day. There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony, door prizes, and discounts for students and alumni. The... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Barnes & Noble extends lease in DaytonaDAYTONA BEACH — For years, Mark Preziosi has made it a daily ritual each evenin
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 3 days ago
DAYTONA BEACH — For years, Mark Preziosi has made it a daily ritual each evening to head to the Barnes & Noble bookstore across the street from Daytona International Speedway to hang out with the dozens of other "regulars." "It's comfortable," the... Read more
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NJ Biz
Nexus Properties secures financing for last phase of Rowan BoulevardVictoria. “As a graduate of Rowan University, it means so much to be part of t
NJ Biz / Posted 3 days ago
Victoria. “As a graduate of Rowan University, it means so much to be part of this remarkable redevelopment of Glassboro that has brought new life to the community,” Shawn Field, vice president and relationship manager at M&T Bank, said. “Our... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Losing with honourbin Abdel-Aziz Al-Kawari. The results of the fourth round were 22 votes for Qa
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 4 days ago
bin Abdel-Aziz Al-Kawari. The results of the fourth round were 22 votes for Qatar, 18 for Egypt and 18 for France, meaning that there would need to be a run-off. China and Lebanon withdrew from the race after the third round. The voting as a whole... Read more
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Inquirier.net
WATCH: Maine Mendoza becomes an author with first bookInstagram/@mainecdm Fans of “Eat Bulaga” host Maine Mendoza have something to
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 days ago
Instagram/@mainecdm Fans of “Eat Bulaga” host Maine Mendoza have something to look forward to again. The it-girl announced that she will launch her own book. In her Facebook post, she gave a sneak peek of her first book titled “Yup, I’m That... Read more
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Daily Mail
New study solves mystery of world's largest mud eruptionScientists finally uncover the source of the world's largest mud eruption in Ba
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Scientists finally uncover the source of the world's largest mud eruption in Bali that once spewed enough debris to fill 72 Olympic swimming pools a day - and is still going Eruption on the Indonesian island Java first began in May 2006, researchers... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Flyleaf Books connects the communityFlyleaf Bookstore located at 752 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 4 days ago
Flyleaf Bookstore located at 752 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Photo by Liezelle Alipio Whether because of a need to support entrepreneurial endeavors or an obligation to sustain localism, independent bookstores nationally are... Read more
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The Miami Hurricane
‘Bogart Film Noir Shorts Competition’ expands, celebrates the best in film noir from student filmmakersas their contemporary film noir movies and scripts will be played and read for
The Miami Hurricane / Posted 4 days ago
as their contemporary film noir movies and scripts will be played and read for the UM community and a judge panel that is comprised of UM professors, students and alumni. Expanding to not only a film competition but a film and... Read more
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The Christian Post
'The Deuce' Spoilers: Executive Producers Talks About Their 3-Season PlanTalks About Their 3-Season Plan A series highlighting the rise of the porn ind
The Christian Post / Posted 4 days ago
Talks About Their 3-Season Plan A series highlighting the rise of the porn industry seems to be exciting for some but that's not what "The Deuce" is all about. Executive producers David Simon and George Pelecanos recently talked about why they... Read more
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NJ.com
Astronaut Scott Kelly is back on Earth and reliving his space stories in W. Orangein West Orange, he was constrained by boredom and reading below grade level. N
NJ.com / Posted 4 days ago
in West Orange, he was constrained by boredom and reading below grade level. None of his teachers could have guessed that he would grow up to join a select group of intrepid travelers floating in endless space. Decades later, Kelly, now 53,... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Floridians support small business tax cutsI repeat: small business. Tax relief’s primary beneficiaries are not hedge fund
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
I repeat: small business. Tax relief’s primary beneficiaries are not hedge fund managers or oil tycoons; they’re your local bookstore, the hardware store across the street, and that cookie business next door. I say cookie business for a reason. As... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
This is the happiest day of my life: Hema Malini at her biography launcha coffee-table book on actress Hema Malini, Hema Malini Diva Unveiled in 2005,
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
a coffee-table book on actress Hema Malini, Hema Malini Diva Unveiled in 2005, who is a big fan of the Dream Girl, thinks that the evergreen star has an interesting story to tell - A story of independence, fierceness, love and talent. When asked... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Alex Silberzweig | The dangers of seeing and being seenworld often perceives college students as a mass of sweatpants-wearing, ramen-e
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 5 days ago
world often perceives college students as a mass of sweatpants-wearing, ramen-eating teenagers. Walk into any college bookstore and you’ll see what I mean — at least about the first part. Baggy sweatpants and cozy, oversized sweatshirts are... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Friends of the Library to host annual fall book saleto explore and all proceeds benefit the Spokane Public Library. The Friends of
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 5 days ago
to explore and all proceeds benefit the Spokane Public Library. The Friends of the Library is a 501(c)3 organization that contributes over $40,000 to the library annually. They have supported past events such as the Summer Reading program and... Read more
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