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3 hrs ago | Intermountain Jewish News
WHEN Gary Rosenthal began his career as a sculptor in 1974, Shabbat candlesticks and menorahs were usually made of brass, silver or the predictable Israeli blue patina - and strictly functional.
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6 hrs ago | Jaunted
Tax day is here, and you're probably excited...but not because you love sifting through receipts and credit card statements.
10 hrs ago | Logan Banner
The Town of Gilbert has collaborated with the Larry Joe Harless Community Center, WV Humanities Council, County Commission and WV Division of Culture and History to provide the 3rd Annual Civil War Re-enactment "Skirmish on the River".
DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLIC SCHEDULE APRIL 24, 2014 SECRETARY JOHN KERRY 9:00 a.m. Secretary Kerry delivers remarks at the Take Your Child to Work Day Event, at the Department of State.
America Ferrara attends the 2011 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton on April 30, 2011 in Washington, DC.
The program is aimed at at-risk high school students who have the potential to go to college and make a difference in their communities.
GFour Productions, winners of 54 Drama Desk and 44 Tony Awards are proudly bringing the international hit show Menopause The Musical to Washington D.C. and will play the Warner Theatre for 4 performances June 13-15.
In contrast, a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration consent decree aimed at providing information to the owners of trucking and bus companies to improve safety captured the Grand WonderMark Award as the most confusing, complex document.
President Barack Obama departed Washington Tuesday for a weeklong tour of Asia in what the White House has called a "rebalancing" eastward of US foreign policy.
Policemen stand in front of the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Security has been increased in the Tokyo metro area a day before U.S. President Barack Obama arrives.
Newly redesigned $100 notes lay in stacks at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on May 20, 2013, in Washington, DC.
Overview of the party at the Helen Hayes Awards at the National Building Museum.
It was October 2010, as I stood in the Hide/Seek exhibit at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. It was before any of the controversy surrounding David Wojnarowicz's video that would be removed soon after.
The stern letter Mayor Vincent Gray sent to the Secret Service following a series of early March street closures earned the city's law enforcement leaders a sit-down with the agency.
The dire turn in Russian-American relations has forced Washington's Woolly Mammoth Theatre to cancel a major festival of contemporary Russian theater that would have brought four plays and as many as 90 Russian actors, directors and designers to the capital this fall.
What he saw in that backseat has haunted him for 39 years, at times taking him into a world of child-killers, Internet theorists, police suspects and strangers' lives.