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  1. September's First Friday is full of intriguing pairsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Pitch

    ... with half at Fraction Gallery (130 West 18th Street) and the other half at Windhorse Gallery (1717 Wyandotte). Grand Arts (1819 Grand) hosts a closing reception 6-9 p.m. Friday for A Universe of Collisions , which closes Saturday. It marks Grand ...

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  2. Week in Preview: Sept. 4 through Sept. 13Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Guymon Daily Herald

    It's play weekend! The Guymon Community Theatre is performing it's most recent play, Boeing Boeing for theatre-goers - see more below. School sports are in full swing, with softball, football and volleyball taking off.

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  3. Microsoft will release its hackathon help tool to the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ComputerWorld

    Microsoft is planning to bring its internal tool for running hackathons to the public next year, starting by allowing a few select colleges to test drive it at their own events. It's part of a plan by the company's Garage division to help other organizations get better at handling the administrative side of organizing marathon hack sessions like the three-day-long bonanza Microsoft held in July as part of its Oneweek employee team-building session.

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  4. Book group etiquette: 12 tips for reading clubsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Examiner.com

    Consider these simple suggestions for book club etiquette, once the participants have been identified, whether the reading group has four or 14 members. Book clubs have become extremely popular gatherings for both literati and regular readers.

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  5. Friends, family celebrate 100th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Peace Arch News

    Tom Irwin turned 100 Aug. 26, at his home at White Rock Seniors Village, where well-wishers gathered to wish the longtime resident a happy birthday. Irwin, an avid chess and bridge player, has lived in the retirement community longer than any other resident.

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  6. Miguel strips down, reminds San Pedro fans hea s a just like youa during hometown concertRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Whittier Daily News

    R&B star Miguel performs a concert in his hometown at the Warner Grand Theater in San Pedro, CA. Wednesday September 2, 2015.

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  7. New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Still Stuns on the Small ScreenRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Movies.com

    ... get talked about much. His latest is Wolf Warrior , which sees him starring alongside (and directed by) Chinese martial arts star Wu Jing. It's not his (or Wu's) best film, but it is yet another cool entry in Adkins' increasingly commendable ...

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  8. Adam Jensen: Summer may be over, but Tahoe's fall is hereRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    Well, it's already here. With a heavy heart I must confirm the unofficial end of summer has arrived.

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  9. Area musicians and actors collaborate to present Curtain Up! Weekend...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Grand Island Pennysaver

    ... Sept. 20, at Kleinhans Music Hall, 3 Symphony Circle Buffalo. Event proceeds benefit Give for Greatness, a program of Arts Services Initiative of Western New York. "The Best of Broadway" is a non-ticketed concert offering general admission seating ...

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  10. Networks Show 'Graphic' Image of Dead Syrian Toddler; Censor Dead Babies in Abortion VidsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | NewsBusters.org

    The death of 3-year-old Syrian refugee Aylan is heart-wrenching. The deaths of more than 40 million unborn babies worldwide per year is also heart-wrenching.

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  11. Books: New and noteworthyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | USA Today

    Books: New and noteworthy Lee Child's new Jack Reacher novel goes on sale Sept. 8. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1UvxGyV What it's about: Our hero Jack Reacher arrives in the small town of Mother's Rest and helps Special Agent Michelle Chang find her missing partner.

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  12. Shoddy Repairs Raise Alarm - & Northland OfferRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New Haven Independent

    Erika Lorenzana watched her bathroom walls and ceiling crumble to the touch and reveal a severe mold infestation - moments after contractors supposedly finished repairing them. As a result, a possible breakthrough emerged hours later in the festering and fast-moving housing crisis at the Church Street South housing complex.

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  13. A hilarious story about Jim Harbaugh's reaction to a dirty cup shows his crazy intensityRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Albany Times Union

    Heading into his first season as head coach of University of Michigan, his alma mater, there's been no shortage of stories about Harbaugh's intensity throughout the various coaching stops in his career. Albom tells a story about seeing Harbaugh at a play in Michigan.

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  14. Catch a Show at One of These Quirky Indie Music JointsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | 7x7

    The SoMa building that houses the restaurant Citizen's Band, at 1192 Folsom, is also home to the upstairs club F8, where drum-and-base fans catch one of the city's best weekly shows. The Bay Area is home to some seriously iconic music venues: the Greek, the Fillmore, Golden Gate Park.

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  15. Annual Akron Art prize contest returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Aurora Advocate

    Be a part of the arts in Downtown Akron at the fourth annual Akron Art Prize. This unique art experience provides artists the opportunity to display works of art in participating venues for one month.

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  16. Interview: Darren Lynn Bousman Talks Alleluia! The Devil's CarnivalRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Shockya.com

    Adamantly pursuing your biggest goals can often times be a challenging prospect, as many hindering and restricting obstacles can stand in your way of achieving those aspirations. Not only are the leaders of Heaven and Hell being forced to contend with their mortal enemy's desire to stop their intentions and overtake their domain in the new horror comedy follow-up, 'Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival,' but director Darren Lynn Bousman also had to overcome the times confining nature of making the visually-driven film independently.

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  17. Our reviewer read Franzen's Purity so you don't have toRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Chicago Reader

    Purity , Jonathan Franzen's long-awaited new novel, is an unwieldy mess, with only a handful of gems buried beneath layers of the dullest and drabbest material imaginable. True, those attuned to influences and developments in the acclaimed writer's life will find additional tidbits of interest: part of the story takes place in communist East Germany at roughly the time Franzen lived and studied in West Germany, while one hyperfeminist character's continuous emasculation of her long-suffering husband seems a dig at critics of the author's alleged male-centric outlook.

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  18. Philly landlords cashing in on the pope's visitRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Pope Francis is visiting Philadelphia at the end of September, giving worshipers the potentially transcendent experience of watching the leader of the Catholic Church celebrate mass. On Craigslist, a keyword search for "Pope" turned up 1,800 short-term rental listings for out-of-towners coming to Philadelphia during the papal trip.

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  19. Auditions for Vallejo symphony maestro beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

    It's a three-horse race and despite nine nail-biting months before the winner is announced, Thomas Heuser doesn't plan on nagging anyone. Heuser drew the first concert audition in the Vallejo Symphony Orchestra's quest to replace David Ramadanoff, escorted out the building after 35 years at the baton.

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  20. Beach hotel aims to bring sexy back to Tel AvivRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Globe and Mail

    The new Brown Beach hotel injects glamour and sex appeal into Tel Aviv's feelin' kinda shabby beachfront hotel scene. Owners and guys about town, Leon Avigad and Nitzan Perry, did it by drawing on the local narrative: Tel Aviv is itself Silicon Valley, Milan, Mideast, New York and Mediterranean port city rolled into one.

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