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  1. Norfolk self-defense instructors see increase in calls after mass shootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    With these high profile cases of gun violence happening in ordinary places like a synagogue , yoga studio and even a bar , some people are wondering if they can do more to protect themselves. "Recognition of a potentially violent situation is where people are looking for some kind of training," says Ronald Manes, Master Instructor at Kobukan Martial Arts Academy .


  2. Chile continues to give U.S. a - taste of summer'Read the original story

    7 min ago | Packer

    ... association hopes to provide short "direct from the orchard videos for our key fruits so we can bring the industry to life for retailers and showcase some key industry facts," she said. "We'll be starting with one key category in 2019 and will ...


  3. Giant gorilla statue stolen from London hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | This is Wiltshire

    The gorilla statue, which is reportedly worth more than A 20,000 and was installed by crane five years ago Two men in high-visibility vests climbed onto the roof of the Sanctum Soho Hotel and unbolted the 160kg statue, known as Ace, before carrying it out of a building site next door at around 9am on November 5, according to witnesses. Mark Fuller, owner of the five-star hotel near Piccadilly Circus, said: "It's absolutely as brazen as you like.


  4. Canada's organic demand going up, marketers sayRead the original story

    9 min ago | Packer

    As sales of organic fruits and vegetables continue a steady rise in the U.S., growth may be even more dramatic in Canada, marketers say. "We definitely continue seeing interest in organics grow, with demand outpacing supply," said Jill Guerra, research and special projects coordinator with the Ottawa, Ontario-based Canada Organic Trade Association.


  5. 5 Bay Area Restaurants to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner on ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | KQED

    Maybe it's your first Thanksgiving away from your family. Maybe you're one of the few people that stayed behind in the city because your hand-selected non-nuclear family consisting of voluntarily insane friends also stayed in the city.


  6. The Sacrifice of Thanks When we share our lives, our homes, our...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Crosswalk

    ... He didn't ask me to have the answers. That's His job. My job is just to share what He has given me-my love, my home, my life-with two not-so-little girls now who call me Mama. With a heart of thankfulness, and an open hand of generosity. That's all ...


  7. War Reporting By the BookRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Newspaper Association of America

    ... of Pakistan's intelligence operation, Directorate S, caused much of the U.S. effort to go sideways. Marie Colvin's life story is the subject of the new movie A Private War , currently in theaters, but her life and work are too grand to be fully ...


  8. Avocado harvest resumes in MexicoRead the original story

    10 min ago | Packer

    Workers are harvesting avocados in Mexico again, more than two weeks after a growers' strike dried up exports to the U.S. APEAM , the group that represents packers of avocados for export markets, announced the agreement with growers on Nov. 14. Jim Donovan, senior vice president of global sourcing for Mission Produce , Oxnard, Calif., confirmed the agreement Nov. 14. While the harvest has started, representatives of U.S. importers who own packinghouses in Michoacan have said that it may take up to a week for supplies to hit U.S. store shelves. Importers plan to skip the ripening process for some shipments, avoiding a 3-4 day delay.


  9. Google improves Assistant with a slew of home-friendly featuresRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Engadget

    From merging with Nest to creating its own line of smart - home products , Google's spreading the word that it doesn't just belong in your phone or computer, but in your everyday life as well. Central to that experience is Google Assistant, the company's AI-powered voice helper that ties the whole ecosystem together.


  10. Extras: Everything You Need to Host ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Times Herald

    Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving this year or simply showing up for the big feast, make sure you're prepared with these holiday essentials. From festive Thanksgiving decorations to gift ideas for your host, read on to find everything you need for this year's dinner .


  11. Flavours of OmanRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | Times of Oman

    We are all set to celebrate the most significant day of Oman and we take our happiness a notch up by offering a taste of patriotism. Let's celebrate Oman's 48th National Day with some mouthwatering Omani dishes.


  12. Former EastEnders hunk Jack Ryder is barely recognisable as he scoops role on Holby CityRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Daily Mail

    Hillary Clinton says Stacey Abrams would be Georgia's governor-elect 'if she had a fair election' - and mocks Trump whose inauguration crowd 'wasn't that big' Don't wait for Black Friday to bag a bargain! As a host of major retailers, from Amazon to Walmart, kick off their sales more than a WEEK early, FEMAIL reveals the best deals already on offer Former EastEnders hunk Jack Ryder is barely recognisable as he scoops role on Holby City... and swaps THOSE curtains for salt and pepper crop Yet Jack Ryder has totally transformed over the years as he left jaws dropping after being confirmed as a new star of Holby City, as he admitted to being 'delighted' to have scooped the role on the show.


  13. Bute Museum joins up with church to hold WW1 eventRead the original story

    14 min ago | Buteman Today

    To commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One, Bute Museum teamed up with the United Church of Bute to put on an exhibition of artefacts, photographs and information about the island's war memorials. Against a magnificent backdrop of knitted poppies, many people spent hours at the church reading through Jean McMillan's meticulous research, which gives a biography of every man commemorated on the memorials on the island.


  14. 11 options for Thanksgiving Dinner to go in Southern CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | The Press-Enterprise

    If your idea of cooking Thanksgiving dinner is heat and eat, here are some options for dinners to go around Southern California. If you've got the turkey covered, add to your dinner with traditional and upscale sides, like lobster mashed potatoes, smashed broccoli and goat cheese baklava.


  15. Community celebrates Dia de los MuertosRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette

    Children enjoy food during the Dia de Los Muertos event at the Estes Park High School on Nov. 8. Inside a disguised version of the school's cafeteria, families with paint-covered faces and dressed in costumes convened to share laughs, food and good music as they celebrated those who are no longer with them.


  16. PCA has Halloween-style practiceRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Metter Advertiser

    The coaches and players dressed up in an array of costumes including such things as bacon, an Elf on the Shelf and a mermaid. The team enjoyed their Halloween practice in style and look forward to the start of their season.


  17. Haribo launches its own store on York's outskirtsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    The 1,487 square foot unit will be launched at the complex, situated just off the A64 near Fulford , next Thursday, following the success of a southern outlet store, which was unveiled at the London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park in 2017. Rebecca Fox, retail manager at Haribo, said having its own stores had been on the company's agenda for some time.


  18. Vicky Pattison REMOVES her engagement ringRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Daily Mail

    ... to the head Jonestown survivors reflect 40 years later on the mass suicide and murders that killed the only the life they ever knew Polar bear numbers are so high they threaten native Inuit populations, claims controversial Canadian government ...


  19. William and Kate serve lunch for people helped by homelessness charityRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | This is Wiltshire

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have prepared soup and bread for young people who have been helped by the homelessness charity Centrepoint. William and Kate were visiting the charity's centre in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, when they were asked to help prepare lunch before serving food to two of the young people who have been helped in the town.


  20. Tickets on sale for Bayside Youth Ballet Christmas performanceRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | The Southside Sentinel

    Bayside Youth Ballet (BYB) will present its annual Christmas performance on Sunday, December 16, at 2 p.m. in the Harry M. Ward Auditorium at Mathews High School.