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  1. Calendar: Sept. 2-9Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Philadelphia Weekly

    Exit the King Eugene Ionesco's classic play follows 400-year-old King Berenger as he rules over his decaying kingdom wearing pajamas and partying his days away. Directed by Tina Brock.

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  2. Market MoverTIGER, Tiger, Burning Bright: Lessons from Carner and HoganRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | American Reporter

    The question most likely to follow the name of the University of California at Berkeley physicist responsible for ruffling collars and generating tremendous banter amongst the physics community due to his new theory of gravity: A theory that may potentially re-champion the enlightenment absolutism of Newton. Interesting stuff considering that if the theory holds true it drastically restructures the conceptual understanding of the universe as we know it.

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  3. Photographing Pagans and othersRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Here's another "heads-up" for a camera worthy San Diego event: On 19 September, grab your photo gear and hie thee down to ye 'ole corner of Womble and Cushing in Liberty Station for the Pagan Pride Day Celebration! Keep checking their website for updates, http://sdpaganpride.org/events/ , but from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on the 19th there will be some of the best 'people' photography available in San Diego! There's entertainment, activities, all sorts of vendors, Pagan ceremonies, and lots of folks festooned in their versions of pagan, druid, wiccan, and other colorful dress. When you arrive, check the schedule board for specific activities like pagan ceremonies.

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  4. Harvest...Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | TrekEarth

    Big village in Southern Wielkopolska. A harvest festival is an annual celebration which occurs around the time of the main harvest of a given region.

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  5. Paedophile witch Robin Fletcher wants supervision conditions easedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Robin Fletcher is living in a facility for offenders who have finished their sentences but are deemed an unacceptable risk of reoffending. Paedophile witch Robin Angas Fletcher wants authorities to relax the conditions of a strict supervision order he has been under since 2006.

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  6. Pagan ritual heralds in springRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    The "wicker man" is burnt as part of the "fun" Wassail ceremony near Braidwood heralding spring and a good apple season

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  7. Review: Flowers in the AtticRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Best of New Orleans

    Corrine is estranged from her parents because she married her half-uncle. After he dies suddenly, she decides to return to her wealthy parents' home but learns that her dying father has written her out of his will.

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  8. Paganism and Self DevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BellaOnline

    A key part of most spiritual paths is that of self development, but many practitioners are unsure of what this means. One thing I keep hear at spiritual gatherings and psychic fairs are questions on how 'spiritually advanced' the querent is.

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  9. REWIND: Stunning PHOTOS of the week that wasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Rediff.com

    Giant panda cubs are seen inside baskets during their debut appearance to visitors at a giant panda breeding centre in Ya'an, Sichuan province, China. A total of 10 giant panda cubs that were born in the centre this year, aging from one week to two months, met visitors for the first time on Friday, local media reported.

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  10. Cindy Jacobs: What's Wrong With Harry Potter?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Man

    Note: This article ran in the December 2001 issue of Charisma magazine. There are now seven books in the Harry Potter series and they have sold more than 450 million copies.

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  11. Palmyra, etc.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Kos

    This is just the most recent tragedy in the program by Daesh to damage important non-Muslim religious artifacts whenever they can. A week after reports of destruction by Islamic State militants in the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria, fighters severely damaged the Temple of Baal there, one of the oldest and culturally significant in the region, according to activists.[...]Consecrated in A.D. 32 to the Semitic god Baal, the temple was a source of pride for Syrians and stood not far from where the other building, the Temple of Baalshamin, was destroyed.

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  12. 17th Annual Kansas City Pagan Pride Day - Harvest Festival and Craft FaireRead the original story

    Sunday | PR Log

    Come to learn more about the often misunderstood religion of Paganism in a fun atmosphere of live music, charity raffles, children's activities, and hand-made crafts. This is a FREE event.

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  13. Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week review - " BBC2 proves it's just not tough enoughRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Radio Times

    In the mountains of Wales, 29 of the fittest men and women in Britain are shaking in their civvies. They're about to be put through basic training by six of the nastiest special forces units in the world, from our Embassy-storming SAS to those go-to video game baddies, the Spetsnaz from Russia.

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  14. Faith Festival brings diverse groups and cultures together in IndyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Indianapolis Star

    The crowd fills the Veteran's Memorial Plaza during the Festival of Faiths in downtown Indianapolis on Sunday, August 30, 2015. Demonstrations and vendors representing all types of faith were on display for people to see, hear and experience.

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  15. Culture, religion and Israel's economyRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 30 | Jerusalem Post

    Amid what seems to be a growing onslaught of regional and international challenge and unrest, one rare piece of good news is the Israeli economy. Despite the broader global market turmoil, Israel's economy has weathered the years since 2008 relatively well certainly in comparison to most Western European nations.

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  16. Burning Man's Founder Explains the Problem With UtopiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Time

    Dancers at the "Burning Man" festival create patterns with fireworks in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada on Sept. 6, 1998.

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  17. Milo Minderbinder is Alive and Well and Working in AfghanistanRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 30 | American Reporter

    The question most likely to follow the name of the University of California at Berkeley physicist responsible for ruffling collars and generating tremendous banter amongst the physics community due to his new theory of gravity: A theory that may potentially re-champion the enlightenment absolutism of Newton. Interesting stuff considering that if the theory holds true it drastically restructures the conceptual understanding of the universe as we know it.

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  18. Adopting Pagan Babies - Long Before Clinton Kind Of Fundraising, There Was Catholic ChurchRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 29 | Jane Genova

    Every Wednesday at St. Boniface Catholic grade school, Jersey City, New Jersey, we had to bring in a quarter to adopt a pagan baby. The part we all waited for was naming the pagan baby.

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  19. Do ThisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Philly.com

    The rocky northwest edge of Spain, in Galicia, bordering - and battered by - the Atlantic Ocean, is known as the Coast of Death, given its history of shipwrecks. The Romans called the windswept and misty interior Finis-terrae , or "world's end," and one can still find Celtic rituals and rocking-stone monuments.

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  20. Make My DayBRITISH Scholars Schooled on HandshakesRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2011 | American Reporter

    I don't mind receiving Christmas cards or being wished a "Merry Christmas" from friends, clerks, or even in junk mail trying to sell me something no sane person should ever buy. My wife and I even send Christmas cards, with messages of peace and joy, to our friends who are Christians or who we don't know their religion.

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