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  1. Meet the artisans of the 2015 Lord Baltimore Artisans FairRead the original story

    Yesterday | Coastal Point

    The annual Artisans Fair will return to Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Ocean View on Saturday, bringing along with it some of the area's top artisans, as 49 exhibitors from the local area and beyond will put their work on display from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., showing off and selling their hand-crafted paintings, sculptures, pottery, ceramics, jewelry, textiles and other unique creations. With the fair in its eighth year, some of them will be returning as seasoned veterans, and others will be making their first appearance, but when they doors open for the free event on Saturday, they'll all be ready.


  2. London hosting 87th annual Convention and Exhibition of the Royal Philatelic Society of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The London Free Press

    Stamp collector Woody Brooks shows off some of his collection while taking a break from negotiating with a dealer at the Royal Philatelic Society convention, hosted by the Middlesex Stamp Club at the London Convention Centre this weekend. No, the 73-year-old American made his first trip to London for something many of us don't even use anymore - stamps.


  3. Inspiration + Adventure Await This Summer at Denver's Mile High AttractionsRead the original story

    Friday | KXVO

    Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.


  4. No official word on whether Roger Goodell will hear Brady's appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Boston.com

    There was more back-and-forth in the Patriots' Deflategate saga Friday, pertaining to whether NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will serve as the arbitrator on Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension. In the span of 90 minutes, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith said in an interview with ESPN that the union had not heard from the league concerning its request that Goodell recuse himself; news was leaked to several outlets that Goodell had decided to refuse the request; and then multiple NFL spokesmen told the Globe and others that Goodell had not made a decision.


  5. Mending clothes - and lives - one stitch at a timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBS News

    When most people look at the streets of the Tenderloin district in downtown San Francisco they see drugs, crime, and homelessness. But Michael Swaine sees it differently.


  6. MoreRead the original story

    Friday | Art Daily

    David Bomberg , Siloam and the Mount of Olives. Oil on canvas. Painted in 1923. Estimate: 300,000-500,000.


  7. 19 long-dead Oregon hospital patients get military honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Bennington Banner

    Greg Roberts, deputy director of Oregon State Hospital, received the American Flag at the close of the ceremony. The flag will be put on display at the hospital, according to Van Dyke.


  8. Pala unveils wine cave, restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    The interior of the new wine cave, which opens May 23 at Pala Casino Spa & Resort. - Pala Casino Spa & Resort - In a bid to promote its wine program and distinguish itself in a region chockablock with casinos, Pala Casino Spa & Resort is set to unveil on Saturday a major renovation that includes an underground wine cave.


  9. Quilting ArtsRead the original story

    Friday | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Quilting Arts promises a new look for quilting television, with something for everyone who loves quilting. The show combines basic traditional quilt techniques every quilter needs to know with contemporary art designs and techniques.


  10. Things to do this holiday on Cape CodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cape Cod Times

    The Sandwich Artisans will present the second in a series of eight juried arts and crafts shows scheduled for various Saturdays during the summer and fall. The shows feature locally made fine art, jewelry, pottery, glasswork, photography, hand-crafted clothing, home accessories and wooden items.


  11. Art one fold at a timeRead the original story

    Friday | The News

    Robert Wheeler opens his door at 5:28 p.m. He hasn't been home long after walking from the Sobeys head office in Stellarton, where he works, to his apartment on MacDonald Street in New Glasgow. Robert Wheeler folds a butterfly out of paper in his apartment in New Glasgow.


  12. CNN: New Clinton E-Mails 'Dispute' GOP's Benghazi 'Narrative'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NewsBusters.org

    Friday's New Day on CNN played up that the Hillary Clinton e-mails revealed by the New York Times " dispute the narrative that has been around for two years that she was trying to cover something up " about the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, as Alisyn Camerota put it. The CNN anchor also wondered, " Isn't this the opposite of what the GOP has been saying about her that she... tried to keep it secret? " The Daily Beast's John Avlon replied asserting that " this is the problem with conspiracy theories ... they run into conflict with human beings basically trying to do their best in real time ."


  13. Paying homage to the fallen: Memorial Day in Brown CountyRead the original story

    Friday | Brown County Democrat

    That is the question Magnus Johnson, a green beret veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, asks as we head into Memorial Day weekend. "I think it's good to have the question," Johnson said.


  14. 19 long dead Oregon hospital patients get military honorsRead the original story

    Friday | My Mother Lode

    They served in the Civil War, the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War and World War I -- but for decades, their ashes and those of thousands of others lay abandoned in corroded urns in an outbuilding at Oregon's state psychiatric hospital. The Oregon National Guard on Friday offered a rifle salute and played Taps at Willamette National Cemetery to honor 19 veterans and the spouses of two others who were patients at the now 132-year-old hospital and died there.


  15. Free For All FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | OhNoTheyDidnt

    It didn't do enough to subvert the tropes it was obviously aware of. That little bit at the end where the AI's killed their creator wasn't enough.


  16. Campbell's crusades irked TV3 bossesRead the original story

    Friday | The Otago Daily Times

    The show's ongoing coverage of Pike River, where 29 men died in a 2010 explosion at a West Coast coal mine, was specifically singled out by management as having led to viewer "fatigue". The term "fatigue" struck a sour note last night with Bernie Monk, spokesman for families of the dead mine workers.


  17. US Naval Academy PSK31 CubeSat Transponders ActiveRead the original story

    Friday | QST

    PSK31 transponders on two US Naval Academy CubeSats are operational, according to Bob Bruninga, WB4APR. The CubeSats launched on May 20 from Cape Canaveral on an Atlas 5 launcher.


  18. Turbine-Powered Jet Bike Guns for 400 mphRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Criminal Report Daily

    From bicycles that fold to solar-powered e-bikes and even walking bikes, this batch of innovative two- and three-wheelers has almost every rider's needs covered. Take a ride into the future with these unique modes of transportation.


  19. A genuine counterfeitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Coin World

    Note the more rounded cheeks and recut hair detail on the obverse of this 1793 Smith counterfeit that sold for $2,585 by Ira and Larry Goldberg Auctioneers in January. Note the more rounded cheeks and recut hair detail on the obverse of this 1793 Smith counterfeit that sold for $2,585 by Ira and Larry Goldberg Auctioneers in January.


  20. Arts and crafts to fill up Front Street for Harrisburga s ArtsfestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WPMT-TV York

    Arts, crafts, and food will be filling up Front Street this weekend during the 48th annual Artsfest at Harrisburg's Riverfront Park. Organized by the group Jump Street , the festival is expected to draw in thousands who will get to enjoy creations from a range of artists.