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  1. Vacations are often a new adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sedalia Democrat

    I love to see new things and find interesting places to visit. I guess I have a sort of wanderlust - or perhaps it's just a love of the idea of traveling.

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  2. Residents express concerns about new water metersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Silver City Sun-News

    SILVER CITY >> Silver City residents expressed their concerns on Tuesday about possible health issues arising from the smart water meters the town plans on installing. "The World Health Organization has issued concerns about the harmful health effects of the radiation created by the meters," said resident Eric Lynch.

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  3. Cuban Flag Now Flying Over Brooklyn Borough HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Patch.com

    On Friday afternoon, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams decided to raise the Cuban flag above the New York City flag at Brooklyn Borough Hall. "At a time when there is unrest happening in areas all over the world, this is an important opportunity where we can highlight the possibilities of global goodwill," says Adams' spokesman, Stefan Ringel.

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  4. Stamford Art Association offers - Faraway Places'Read the original story

    Friday | Norwalk Citizen News

    "Last Stop," by Paul Berger, won third prize in the "Faraway Places" show on view at the Stamford Art Association through Thursday, Aug. 20. Photo: Contributed Photo "Morning Rush," by Yuko Ike, took second place in the judging for the "Faraway Places" show at the Stamford Art Association. Photo: Contributed Photo Elizabeth Kilgore won first prize for "Blue Bayou" in the judging for the "Faraway Places" show at the Stamford Art Association through Thursday, Aug. 20. Photo: Contributed Photo Even if you haven't been able to get away this summer, you can let your imagination travel at the new Stamford Art Association show "Faraway Places."

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  5. The top 10 pizza cities in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SFGate

    TripAdvisor considers, "the quality of pizza restaurant reviews, the quantity of pizza restaurants and their reviews, with more weight given to reviews in the past year, and the ratio of pizza restaurants and reviews compared to all restaurants for the city," according to a Check out the top ten cities with the best pizza in the country along with restaurants to try in each. Although Miami Beach is a popular tourist destination with an eclectic variety of unique foods and restaurants, people still love the simple pizza the city has to offer.

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  6. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Partners With Diablo Custom Publishing to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PRWeb

    An overall design strategy was implemented for Title Track to create a publication with strong brand recognition and ease of navigation. Title Tracks will enable us to further our mission to engage, teach and inspire through the power of rock and roll-Greg Harris, President and Chief Executive Officer, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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  7. Chicago poised to require breast-feeding rooms at airportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SFGate

    Megan Renner executive director of United States Breasfeeding Committee testifies before Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth Chicago Alderman Ed Burke and the the City Council's finance committee Friday July 31, 2015 in Chicago. The committee voted to recommend an ordinance requiring the cities airports to provide rooms where mothers can breast feed and use breast pumps.

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  8. Urthecast Brings You Earth Images and Videos from the ISSRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Slashdot

    Most of us probably won't ever visit the International Space Station and look down at the Earth . Looking at pictures and videos made by cameras mounted on the ISS is about as close as we're going to get.

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  9. More than $1.4 million raised to host Seattle conference of lawmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Olympian

    Local tech giants Microsoft and Amazon are among the biggest donors making it possible for state lawmakers from around the country to converge on Seattle next week. Planning this year's summit of the National Conference of State Legislatures has taken years and the effort of Washington lawmakers and staff members, but private donors, not taxpayers, will pick up most of the state's tab for hosting.

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  10. Plenty of new thrills and chills at U.S. theme parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Chronicle Herald

    A dark, submarine-inspired thrill ride in California and swank new offerings at Downtown Disney all top the summer's must-do list for theme park and amusement fans. For those who want even more extreme summer adventures, a hybrid wood-steel coaster in Massachusetts and a spinning wing coaster based on Batman in Texas are also new for 2015.

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  11. Dizzying array of things to do in iconic HarlemRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Chronicle Herald

    Decades of African-American history have made Harlem one of America's most famous neighbourhoods. It's also an essential destination for visitors to New York, offering art, architecture, restaurants, shopping and more.

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  12. Dracut's Pollard manages to secure gold for USARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Home

    Jonathan Pollard was the manager of the U.S. women's baseball team that took the gold medal in July's Pan American Games. Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

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  13. New concerns over patients being sent to MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WPTV Local News

    There are new concerns following a Contact 5 Investigation on a South Florida company sending patients to Mexico for weight loss surgery. After more than a dozen injuries and several deaths with the same doctor, Contact 5 Investigator Katie LaGrone shares what the experts describe as the first signs of trouble.

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  14. Pass man not allowed to board TX flight because of service dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    Davis Hawn, of Pass Christian, was on his way from New Orleans to Mexico City when he hit a snag in a McAllen, TX, airport. Hawn claims he and his service dog, Savior, were stranded in the airport after he was turned away from a flight because Savior was not in a dog box.

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  15. American Axle & Manufacturing Holding's (AXL) CEO David Dauch on Q2...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    Good morning. My name is John and I will be your conference facilitator today. At this time, I would like to welcome everyone to AAM's Second Quarter 2015 Earnings Conference Call.

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  16. Clinton urges US Congress to end 'failed' Cuba embargoRead the original story

    Friday | Buenos Aires Herald

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has urged Congress to end the longstanding US trade embargo against Cuba, calling it a "failed policy" that had done little or nothing to foster change on the communist-ruled island. Clinton, the former secretary of state to President Barack Obama, used a speech in Miami to draw a contrast with two candidates for the Republican nomination for president in the November 2016 election: former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.

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  17. The new, cheaper Whole Foods stores are all in hipster havensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MarketWatch

    The new chain is touting lower prices and an environment that is "hip, cool and tech-oriented," co-founder and co-Chief Executive John Mackey said in a past Wall Street Journal article . The five new 365 by Whole Foods Market stores will open in different parts of the country and in areas with varying degrees of college educated population and median income.

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  18. Anti-pagan Florida county board spends $30,000 on concert at official's brother's churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Raw Story

    Commissioners in Escambia County, Florida are being criticized for giving $30,000 to a local church - where the pastor is the brother of a board member - to host a gospel concert, the Pensacola News-Journal reported. "Nobody is contesting that they have the authority to disperse funds," said Ian Smith, an attorney for Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

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  19. HistoryMiami details the journey of 14,000 unaccompanied Cuban children to MiamiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Pedro Pan child Jose Azel's Cuban passport. On display during HistoryMiami's Operation Pedro Pan: The Cuban Children's Exodus.

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  20. Racial prejudice can be overcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Burlington Times News

    We traveled in a 7-passenger van from Florida to Connecticut and as far west as Upland, Indiana where we performed at Taylor University, and to an Air Force base in Michigan. I remember setting up our instruments and singing in the inner city of Bridgeport, Connecticut.

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