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  1. Beethoven: The creative genius in everyoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Ashland Daily Tidings

    Among other famous winter birthdays we find Ludwig von Beethoven. Even if you don't love his music, it is undeniable that the man gave the world a great gift - soaring music in so many different genres that influenced the musical generation that came after him and enthralls us into the 21st century.

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  2. Racist trolls post fake attack images to coincide with release of Marvel's Black PantherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A slew of hoax posts claiming to show white women attacked at screenings of Marvel's Black Panther have been debunked, although they continue to be shared in some communities. In one image, screen grabbed by The NY Daily News before the Instagram was suspended, a young woman is shown covered in blood claiming someone smashed a bottle in her face after telling her she was "in the wrong theatre".

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  3. Grant helps county's records go digitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Texarkana Gazette

    Little River County Circuit Clerk Lauren Abney looks at some of the bound copies of documents in the Ashdown, Ark., courthouse. The Clerk's Office received a $20,000 grant to digitize and index the county land and real estate books.

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  4. Bluefin Marks 30th Anniversary Of My Neighbor Totoro With a Colorful ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SciFi Japan

    PLEASE NOTE: All articles are the property of the authors and/or SciFi Japan. Reprint or reproduction of any material in part or in whole, including the copying or posting of articles on any internet or computer site, without the authors' consent is strictly forbidden.

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  5. Montana-based mapping startup onXmaps raises a round of funding fit for Big Sky CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TechCrunch

    You are about to activate our Facebook Messenger news bot. Once subscribed, the bot will send you a digest of trending stories once a day.

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  6. The Real Problem With "Toxic Masculinity"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Psychology Today

    In a recent class discussion on the experience of bliss in nature , my students shared stories of their favourite childhood moments. A young American woman in her early twenties smiled as she evoked memories of father-daughter camping trips.

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  7. Halifax cartoonist's school shooting work gains new audience with each tragedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    In this comic, the United States flag displays guns in place of the flag's official 50 stars. Each time another deadly event makes headlines, the Halifax-based cartoonist finds his pieces resurrected and shared on social media.

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  8. Video and Photos: Southamptons celebration weekend continues in the city's Cultural QuarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Daily Echo

    The multimillion pound Studio 144 will throw open its doors for the first time this evening with a host of events aimed at heralding the city's 'cultural dawn'. In a long-awaited event Nuffield Southampton Theatres, John Hansard Gallery and City Eye will welcome the public to their new homes while a "spectacular" firework display over the newly occupied buildings will set the arts complex off to what is hoped will be an auspicious start.

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  9. Dairy Arts Center shows mark Black History MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Daily Camera

    On this final day of the show "Divided: Race and Identity in Modern America," the featured artists will give insight on their works and discuss the show's topics. Featuring artists Tya Alisa Anthony, Michael Brohman, Michael Dixon and Francoise Soule Duresse.

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  10. FAA budget includes substantial cuts in R&D funding, UAV researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 30 | Air Transport World

    FAA's fiscal 2019 budget request of $16.1 billion is about 1.9% down from fiscal 2017's approved level and includes a hefty cut in its research, engineering and development funding. The proposed budget, released Feb. 12, includes $74.4 million for RE&D, a 58% cut from fiscal 2017 - the last budget approved by Congress, and the one FAA is working under until a fiscal 2018 budget is approved.

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  11. Trump budget renews ATC restructuring plan, scales back EASRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 30 | Air Transport World

    The Trump administration in its fiscal 2019 budget submission renewed the controversial effort to divest the FAA of its air traffic control function by creating a separate organization. In summary documents released Feb. 12, the administration said its budget contains a multiyear FAA reauthorization proposal to shift U.S. ATC to a "non-governmental, independent air traffic services cooperative."

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  12. Canadian military looking for DNA and burial experts to help ID missing war deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 21 | The Chronicle-Journal

    The Department of National Defence is seeking forensic DNA experts and funeral organizers to help its efforts to recover, identify and arrange burials for Canada's nearly 28,000 missing war dead. The prospective group of anthropologists, archaeologists and genealogists would help the department's Casualty Identification Program analyze DNA from the remains of formerly missing Canadian servicemen discovered around the world.

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  13. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Anushka Sharma, Shilpa Shetty: Fashion hits...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2017 | The Indian Express

    HIT: Anushka Sharma was spotted attending an event in a dramatic all-black ensemble and we like the mysterious vibes she gave in it. The actor stepped out in a modern back-cut asymmetrical kurta, teamed with a sequinned pair of pants in the same colour by Nikhil Thampi.

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  14. Edmonton police make arrests after break-in spree, look for owners of 'unique items'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | GlobalNews

    The Edmonton Police Service is looking for the owner of this vintage toy car set after a break-and-enter investigation turned up some unique items. Edmonton police are turning to social media in an attempt to return some stolen items to their rightful owners after a break-and-enter investigation.

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  15. Before Arrests in Bomb-Making Case, a Fascination With ConspiraciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Times

    The night Christian and Tyler Toro's grandmother died, the twin brothers gathered around a kitchen table in their Bronx apartment and opened a folder of computer printouts. The printouts were conspiracy theories pulled from the internet, including one about the meaning of the symbols on the dollar bill.

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  16. Bluefin Showcases New Bandai Shokugan Collectibles At Toy Fair 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SciFi Japan

    Visit Bluefin during New York Toy Fair 2018 at Booth #5331 Source: Bluefin Corp. , MediaLab press release Special Thanks to Erik Jansen Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan, Asia and more, heads to New York City this month and announces its participation at Toy Fair 2018 with a variety of new and notable products from the Bandai Shokugan brand. This year, Bluefin celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the launch of MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS with the Shokugan Mini-Pla Titanus kit, to augment Megazord and Dragonzord Super Mini-Pla Kits, which are available now from leading retailers.

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  17. Diecast vehicles are popular at this showRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WBTV

    Those old baseball cards in your closet, maybe that G.I. Joe or Barbie in the attic? Those things could be worth a mint, or, if you're into collecting and need one place to satisfy your urge, we may have found it. A traveling sports memorabilia and toy show is making a stop on Saturday in Salisbury.

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  18. Hello Kitty Land Tokyo launches the first ever "cute" KABUKI Theater in March 2018Read the original story

    Friday | PRWeb

    Hello Kitty Land Tokyo will launch a new programme of its Marchen Theater, a unique blend of traditional Japanese Kabuki Theater, the concepts of "Wa" and "KAWAII" . The new production, "KABUKI Sanrio Puroland", has been created in collaboration with the leading kabuki promotor Shochiku and will premiere on 10th March, 2018 with the full-scale musical "KAWAII KABUKI - Momotaro by the Hello Kitty Troupe".

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  19. CAIR Asks U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association to Drop Anti-Muslim Speaker for San Diego EventRead the original story

    Friday | PressReleasePoint

    CAIR says the speaker, John Guandolo, is an infamous Islamophobe who claims a former CIA director was a "secret Muslim" and that Muslim hotel managers, cabbies and 7-11 workers seek to take over America. Last month, CAIR welcomed a decision by Tennessee's Trevecca Nazarene University to cancel an anti-Muslim event would have featured three Islamophobic speakers, including Guandolo.

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  20. Freedom Town NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Harbor Times Soup

    There will be a special Town Meeting in 'Tuesday, February 27, at the Town Office Election Hall starting at 7:00 p.m. This meeting is being held to see if the voters of the Town of Freedom will vote to approve the purchase of the Mildred Skidgel property located off Skidgel Lane for $38,500.00 which is adjacent to the Freedom Town Garage and Salt and Sand Facility. The Selectpersons will hold their meeting on Monday, February 26, at the Town Office starting at 6:00 p.m. On Sunday, March 4 at 1:00 p.m. Come to the Freedom Democratic Caucus at the Town Office 71 Pleasant Street in Freedom.

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