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3 hrs ago | River Front Times
Los Angeles talent agency ICM Partners is working on plans to hold dual Summer Rocks music festivals in downtown St. Louis' Gateway Mall, beginning the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends in 2015.
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7 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
Google's mystery barge floated Thursday to its new home in the California delta after the Internet company was ordered to move it from San Francisco.
11 hrs ago | WHTC
Waiting for a bus in her heavily immigrant Los Angeles neighborhood, cleaning lady Yesenia Hernandez looked up at a new apartment block across the street that will boast such luxuries as a rooftop pool and dog park, with rents far beyond her reach.
15 hrs ago | Examiner.com
President Barack Obama signs the Affordable Health Care for America Act during a ceremony with fellow Democrats in the East Room of the White House March 23, 2010 in Washington, DC.
19 hrs ago | Portland Tribune
Behind the blue facepaint, skull cap, nondescript clothing, sealed lips and inexplicable movement is a real person acting as one of the egoless humanoids with the vastly popular Blue Man Group.
The mayor of Los Angeles says U.S. President Barack Obama should cut deportations of migrants and focus resources on the 2 million people in the U.S. who eligible to become U.S. citizens.
Transportation Minister Todd Stone says the City of New Westminster's call for tolls on a rebuilt Pattullo Bridge may be problematic.
Canada is upping the ante on Russian President Vladimir Putin as Prime Minister Stephen Harper Wednesday announced the suspension of high-level economic talks with Russia, and the addition of Canadian observers to an international monitoring mission to Ukraine.
Viva "Vie" Moore stands outside of Vie's Chicken and Steaks, a now-disappeared landmark in a once-thriving neighbourhood.
Boston may not be the biggest city by size, but it boasts a burgeoning cultural scene against a rich historical backdrop.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took a brief Hollywood break from geopolitics on his rare two-day trip to California, appearing Tuesday night at the premiere of a television documentary he's featured in.
Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith is starting to appeal to more Edmonton voters at the expense of Alison Redford, writes David Staples.
A U.S. Navy ocean tug on Tuesday was towing a Canadian navy ship with nearly 300 crew members on board to Hawaii's Pearl Harbor after an engine fire left 20 sailors with minor injuries.
A federal judge on Tuesday blocked U.S. courts from being used to collect a $9 billion Ecuadorean judgment against Chevron for rainforest damage, saying lawyers poisoned an honorable quest with their illegal and wrongful conduct.
When the going gets tough, the tough are of tempted to stop going - or going on vacation, that is.
We've all heard of the annoying waiting period to get into a restaurant that we hope serves a hot meal.
Pinchas Zukerman's 16th and last season at the helm of the National Arts Centre Orchestra fittingly begins with a festival celebrating the Romantic music of 19th- and early 20th-century Vienna and ends with an Ode to Joy and Beethoven's great Ninth Symphony.