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4 hrs ago | The Times

French iron grill work can be found outside NOLA

It's most often associated with New Orleans, but the cast-iron grill work of French-style buildings is visible across many Louisiana cities.


Related Topix: New Orleans, LA, Life, Shreveport, LA, Baked Goods, Dessert, Food, Pies

8 hrs ago | Free Republic

Dissenting judge raises polygamy question

Yesterday's majority opinion in the Virginia same-sex marriage case obviously is getting all the press, but Judge Paul Niemeyer raised an interesting issue in his dissent.


Related Topix: Life

Wed Jul 30, 2014

WUSA-TV Washington

Virginia couple fights to stay married

If love is blind then age and race shouldn't matter. Eddie Harrison, 95, and Edith Hill, 96, are in love.


Related Topix: Life


James Shigeta.

James Shigeta, an actor who challenged social boundaries when he emerged in the late 1950s as one of the first Asian-Americans to play leading roles in Hollywood, died on Monday in Los Angeles.


Related Topix: Comedy Movies, Flower Drum Song, Musical Movies, James Shigeta, Los Angeles, CA, Entertainment, Drama, Television, Dinah Shore, Life

KSAT-TV San Antonio

Katie Vossler explores South Texas Pop Culture Center

Just a couple of years ago, two friends -- both San Antonio natives and music-lovers -- decided there was something missing in the Alamo City.


Related Topix: Texas, Life, Pop/Rock, The Monkees, ZZ Top

Medical Daily

Canadian Sperm Bank Lifts Restrictions On Race-Mixing, But Doctor Refuses To Abide By New Rule

Recently, a Canadian fertility clinic made headlines for not allowing couples to receive sperm donations from donors of a different race.


Related Topix: Life

US News & World Report

8 Great Places to Retire in Barcelona

Barcelona is a vibrant, colorful, proud and interesting place that combines the passion of the Spanish with the efficiency and organization of the Catalans.


Related Topix: Barcelona, Spain Travel, Europe Travel, Spain Travel, Life

Korea Herald

Koreans not ready for multiculturalism'

South Korea is quickly turning into a multicultural society with a growing number of biracial children, but the majority of Koreans are "not ready" for ethnic diversity, according to scholars and experts.


Related Topix: Asia, South Korea, World News, Life

Star Tribune

The border crisis and the need for tough love

The Star Tribune is lying again. Its July 26 editorial cartoon is a vicious character assassination on Tea Party conservatives seeking border enforcement and deportation of illegal aliens.


Related Topix: Illegal Immigration, US News, Life, Opinion

Tue Jul 29, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

'South Pacific': Ukiah Symphony fundraiser is Saturday

Roseanne Wetzel and Pedro Rodelas rehearse their roles as Nellie and Emile in "South Pacific."


Related Topix: Ukiah, CA, Symphony, Life, Theater

Hawkesbury Gazette

Hawkesbury raises organ awareness

Stories of transplant recipients in Arabic, Chinese and English have been launched on the web to raise awareness of the importance of organ and tissue donation, Health Minister Jillian Skinner announced recently.


Related Topix: Life

News Observer

Cooper rightly suspends defense of same-sex marriage ban

State Attorney General Roy Cooper has made a sensible decision to stop fighting several federal lawsuits that seek to overturn North Carolina's ban on same-sex marriage, but that hasn't stopped Republicans from calling on him to continue defending what's a misguided and, at least for now, an illegal restriction.


Related Topix: North Carolina, North Carolina Government, US News, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Life, Gay/Lesbian, US Supreme Court

Independence: Say Yes to a fairer, richer future

I will vote Yes on 18 September because I am a Scot and want my wonderful multi-ethnic, multilingual mongrel nation to draw on its rampant egalitarian traditions and create a country which the world will regard as a model for progressive social, environmental and political ideals of inclusion, fairness and justice.


Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Life

Book of Hebrews: Chapter 4

Jesus was first called a High Priest in 2:17 and now we will discuss this more in depth.


Related Topix: Life


Comax Flavors agrees US local flavors trend 'challenges' big brands

Comax Flavors agrees that the trend in the US towards greater flavour differentiation and localization is challenging for big beverage brands as it launches a range targeting Hispanic, Asian and younger consumers.


Related Topix: New York, Life

The Globe and Mail

Fertility doctors must not decide the cultural fate of the unborn

Ubaka Ogbogu is assistant professor, Faculties of Law and Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Alberta and Katz research fellow in health law and science policy, Health Law Institute, University of Alberta Should a fertility treatment clinic implement a policy requiring patients to use only ethnically or racially matched gamete donors? ... (more)


Related Topix: Family, Parenting, Life

Phoenix New Times

Galileo Bread & Coffee vs. Flavors of Louisiana: Battle of the Muffaletta

The Valley of the Sun is 1,500 miles from New Orleans' Little Palermo neighborhood, a district seated next to the French Quarter that happens to be where the muffaletta was born.


Related Topix: Baked Goods, Life, Food, Bread, New Orleans, LA, Inventions, Science / Technology


Editorial: Canada is leading the pack in mixed unions

Canada has always been something of a mash-up. Whether by necessity or choice, our history is marked by the coming together of different groups and races to produce something new: European and Aboriginal, English and French, old stock and immigrant.


Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Life, Opinion

The Daily Record

Wooster Rotary Exchange students experience being 'foreign'

Students who spent a year away from home on the Rotary Youth Exchange Program reported to the club at its Monday luncheon what they learned in their host countries and what the multi-cultural experience meant to them.


Related Topix: Wooster, OH, Life

Mon Jul 28, 2014

BWW Reviews: Chalk Rep's Lady Windermere's Fan Returns to...

Back by popular demand after sold-out houses last summer, as well as an editorial vote from LA Stage Weekly for a return engagement and being named LA Weekly's "Pick of the Week" in June 2013, Oscar Wilde 's LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN returns to the grounds UCLA's William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles, ... (more)


Related Topix: Los Angeles, CA, Wedding, Life