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  1. Berkeley Symphony Performs Beethoven's 'Emperor' With Soloist Conrad Tao TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Music Director Joana Carneiro , Berkeley Symphony and composer and pianist Conrad Tao perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5, "Emperor," together tonight, February 4 at 8 pm at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley.

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  2. Robert Durst pleads guilty to gun charge, setting up possible murder trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Times of Israel

    New York City real estate heir Robert Durst leaves a Houston courtroom, Aug. 15, 2014. Robert Durst, the Jewish real estate heir long suspected of multiple murders, pleaded guilty to a gun possession charge in Louisiana and is expected to face murder charges.

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  3. A good turn! Historic designation likely for Coney's carousel, Feds sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Chomping at the bit: A New York senator is pushing to list Coney Island's century-old B&B Carousell on the National Register of Historic places. The Feds will likely give Coney Island's B&B Carousell the nation's second-highest historical designation this month, according folks at the National Register of Historic Places.

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  4. Clinton lied about her message to Wall Street during Democratic debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Clarks Hometown News Patriot

    During the last Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton said she went to Wall Street to tell banks to take responsibility and stop foreclosures in 2007 but a video has emerged to show that her description of events was untrue. "No one in Congress told banks to 'cut out' foreclosures even when the crisis got much worse, and least of all, a Blue Dog Democrat who represents Wall Street and became Senator here as opposed to the more logical Illinois with the intent of currying favor with them," said Yves Smith, an investment banker and management consultant who has written for The New York Times, Al Jazeera, the New Republic, Salon, and other publications.

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  5. Goodbye and good luck to all of usRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2014 | Columbia Journalism Review

    Bob Kerr, a wry, witty writer with a mordant worldview that grows from an intimate connection to the working-class life of Southeastern New England, has been the metro columnist for the Providence Journal for about 20 years, part of a 43-year career at the paper that began not long after he got out of Marine Corps service in the Vietnam War. But he's more than an indispensable community voice.

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  6. The media's growing interest in how animals thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2014 | Columbia Journalism Review

    Tip the elephant arrived in New York to accolades and fanfare - until things went wrong. A few years into his stay in the Central Park Zoo, the elephant began display strange bouts of anger and a mercurial personality.

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  7. N.y.S.E. Bought Out by Germany's Frankfurt EchangeRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | American Reporter

    BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 15, 2011, 9:30 a.m. -- Just two days ago, the New York Times ran a very short story saying that anonymous Deutsch Borse officials in Frankfurt, Germany, had denied a story in the Wall Street Journal several days before saying that the German exchange, based in Frankfurt but a global player, was buying the New York Stock Exchange, home of the Big Board and its storied trading floor, and now officially known as NYSE Euronext. For the space of a breath, it appeared that two great institutions of American journalism were at sharp odds on the facts of a vitally important international story.

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  8. Amazon's retail plans could include a lot more than booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Engadget

    Amazon is taking steps to make its brick-and-mortar dreams come true, according to Recode . Its sources confirm that the e-retailer aims to open not just more book shops, but also other types of retail stores in the future.

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  9. Graffiti: Art of the tagRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | ABC News

    Tagging, the act of writing your graffiti name with spray paint or markers, is one of the most maligned, misunderstood and prosecuted forms of self expression. From its early beginnings in struggling New York City neighbourhoods to suburban Australian alleyways, artists and some members of the public remain divided over the artistic value of graffiti.

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  10. MomentumPOET of the AirRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | American Reporter

    This is the documentary by James Marsh that tells the story of the moment in August 1974 when 24-year-old French daredevil, juggler, tightrope walker and pickpocket Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire strung between the two towers of the World Trade Center and, holding a balance bar, danced in the air for an awe-inspiring 45 minutes. The film won two awards at Sundance, is rated at 100 percent on the site Rotten Tomatoes.com, received ecstatic reviews, and will be released on DVD on December 9th.

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  11. Brasch WordsTAXING a House of CardsRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | American Reporter

    My wife is a smoker. Except for one year when she quit, she's been a smoker since she was about 18. But she's cut back, from as many as three packs a day to just three cigarettes.

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  12. Pakistan Paper Censors Gay Kiss on Front Page of New York TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Advocate

    At the top of Friday's print edition of the International New York Times in Pakistan, readers saw a blank 8-by-12-inch white space, after local editors censored the front-page image of a same-sex couple kissing. The original image, which accompanied an article titled " Couple's suit is first test of gay marriage in China ," showed a kiss between Sun Wenlin and Hu Mingliang.

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  13. Snitchbook: Facebook Relying Solely on 'Network of Users' to Enforce Gun-Sale BanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | NewsBusters.org

    A great deal was made of Facebook's announcement last week that it would ban private gun sales on both its flagship website and Instagram. Readers who only followed establishment press accounts can be forgiven if they came away from most reports thinking that the firm has some kind of algorithm or recognition system for enforcing the ban.

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  14. After Israel row, Ban to pray at New York synagogueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Jerusalem Post

    Malcolm Hoenlein, the executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, told the Post earlier this week that Ban was "basically not a bad guy." UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is scheduled to attend a service on Shabbat at a New York Orthodox synagogue to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day, at the end of a week of sharp tension with Israel over his criticism that Jerusalem interpreted as giving a "tailwind" to terrorism.

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  15. Ramones Come Home as Queens Museum Hosts Tribute to Punk GreatsRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | DNAinfo.com

    The borough's legendary quartet - and its influence on punk - will be the showcase of an exhibit at the Queens Museum starting in April. "Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk" opens April 10 and will showcase the band's influence on both music and art, including magazine covers and pieces from Arturo Vega, who designed the band's iconic logo and many of their covers, according to the New York Times .

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  16. Dow Jones Industrial Average Gains 183 Points as Oil Prices SurgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Money Morning

    As the executive editor here at Money Map Press, I seek out and receive a daily avalanche of newsletters, news summaries and other breaking-story alerts. And just before 2 p.m. yesterday, this New York Times news notice appeared in the lower right-hand corner of my computer screen: "Breaking News: The Zika virus is a global emergency, the W.H.O. said, citing possible links to infant brain damage."

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  17. The sad, lonely story of Super Bowl I's lost recordingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Mashable

    The only known recording of the original TV broadcast of Super Bowl I sits in storage in upstate New York. Its owner is a 47-year-old nurse anesthetist named Troy Haupt who believed the NFL should pay him a $1 million for the piece of football history.

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  18. Jewish lefties claim fake anti-Israel 'New York Times'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Times of Israel

    A screenshot of a fake, anti-Israel edition of the New York Times distributed in New York City on February 2, 2016. Jewish Voice for Peace took credit for distributing thousands of fake and anti-Israel versions of The New York Times in Manhattan and on social media.

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  19. LA School Report merges with Campbell Brown group, gets new editorRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | LA Observed

    LA School Report, the three-year-old education news site started and funded by school reform supporter Jamie Alter Lynton, has merged with a New York site started by former CNN anchor Campbell Brown that is even more closely associated with charter school advocacy. Michael Janofsky, the former New York Times reporter who was editing LA School Report, has left.

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  20. Whoopi Goldberg and Nathan Lane to Perform One-Actor Show, UnrehearsedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Back Stage

    Do you ever have those nightmares where it's opening night, you're backstage, and you haven't had a minute of rehearsal time? You don't know your lines? You don't even know what play you're doing? You wake up in a sweat, laughing at yourself because it was just a dream. Well, with the upcoming New York run of "White Rabbit Red Rabbit," actors like Whoopi Goldberg and Nathan Lane won't awake with a pinch.

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