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  1. Meet the Residents & Savor the Sights of GoldenleafRead the original story

    Yesterday | Gamasutra

    Goldenleaf is in trouble. Not the kind of trouble you need to rush to solve, though.

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  2. More informationRead the original story

    Monday May 9 | Austin Monthly

    ... been wanting to see it--let's see it! THEORY OF OBSCURITY tells the story of the iconic renegade cult band The Residents. From the group's formation in Shreveport to their success in the burgeoning San Francisco avant-garde music scene of the 60s ...

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  3. Today's EventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | The Austin Chronicle

    ... enough with this event, we'll make it an annual shindig." Strangest act ever to emerge from Shreveport, La., the Residents have ridden the bleeding edge since 1969. Film/music project Shadowland focuses on life, death, and reincarnation through ...

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  4. The Residents' ShadowlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | The Austin Chronicle

    Strangest act ever to emerge from Shreveport, La., the Residents have ridden the bleeding edge since 1969. Film/music project Shadowland focuses on life, death, and reincarnation through catalog faves such as "Harry the Head" off 1990's Freak Show and "Melon Collie Lassie" from Fingerprince in 1977.

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  5. Trivia: Hollywood brought glamour to New BedfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | SouthCoastToday.com

    From 1948 to 1956, the city hosted at least five world premiere films, the most notable being Down to the Sea in Ships , and directed by John Huston who wrote the screenplay with science fiction, horror and fantasy writer Ray Bradbury. Of the three film versions made between 1926 and 1956, Huston's stayed most faithful to Herman Melville's novel and kept its original ending.

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  6. All the Residents' menRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    ... left to the eye of the beholder. In the strange case of San Francisco's legendary avant-garde pop provocateurs the Residents the adage takes on striking significance. Since 1972, the group remained an anonymous icon on the fringes of American music. ...

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  7. Lagoon cleanup action meeting held in MelbourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | WESH-TV

    Hundreds of people turned out to hear what's being done to clean up the Indian River Lagoon. The waterway in Brevard County has been plagued with Brown Tide and other problems that have caused the deaths of thousands of fish and other sea life.

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  8. All-Ages ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | The Pordland Mercury

    ... their idol Captain Beefheart, the group's records range from challenging to unlistenable. Breakthrough Meet the Residents -which is perhaps most famous for its cover, a ballsy degradation of Meet the Beatles! -is a timeless and horrifying post-pop ...

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  9. 6 Things To Do With Your Kids in New York City's Neighborhoods This WeekendRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2016 | DNAinfo.com

    The Tenement Museum: Meet The Residents Where? 103 Orchard St., Lower East Side When? 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. How Much? $25 for adults, $20 for kids 6-17, free for kids under 6 The Tenement Museum tells the stories of New York City's early immigrants. Housed in a tenement building that has been home to an estimated 7,000 working class immigrants, you can tour the premises and meet the residents who originally lived there - played by costumed interpreters.

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  10. Residents doc Theory of Obscurity to screen at International HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2016 | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    The first question that filmmaker Don Hardy, Jr. was inevitably asked whenever he told people that he was working on a documentary about the legendarily mysterious Residents was, "You're going to reveal their identities, right?" In most minds, any film purporting to tell the four-decade story of the anonymous Bay Area weirdoes had only one possible ending: the unmasking of those top-hatted eyeball heads. It's not really spoiling anything to reveal that Theory of Obscurity , which will have its Philly premiere at International House for a single screening on Wednesday, Jan. 27, doesn't go so far as to put faces and names to the Residents.

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  11. One person still missing in Severn fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | WBAL-TV Baltimore

    ... FEBRUARY 13. THAT FIRE ALSO STARTED ON THE SECOND FLOOR. THAT FIRE WENT TWO ALARMS, AND FROM MY UNDERSTANDING, THE RESIDENTS HERE -- THEY WERE DOING REHAB WORK ON THE HOME WHILE THEY LIVED THERE. VANESSA: INVESTIGATORS DON'T BELIEVE THE TWO FIRES ...

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  12. Nearly 3 dozen Alaska villages still lack basic plumbing infrastructureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2015 | Anchorage Daily News

    This June 1, 2015, photo provided by the University of Colorado Boulder shows the lagoon in Kipnuk where raw sewage is disposed of. Flush toilets and running water are elusive dreams for Paul Dock and other residents of impoverished Alaska villages where indoor plumbing has historically cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to install in just one home.

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  13. In 2015, nearly 3 dozen Alaska villages lack basic plumbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2015 | Peninsula Clarion

    This Thursday, June 2, 2015 photo shows a so-called honey bucket _ a large bucket used as a toilet without running water _ at the tribal council office in the village of Kipnuk, Alaska. Flush toilets and running water remain elusive dreams for residents of at least 30 Alaska villages where indoor plumbing has historically cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to install in just one home.

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  14. Superlith & George Korein: Post-post-apocalyptic soundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2015 | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    Superlith is the cyberpunk improv duo of trombonist Dan Blacksberg and circuit bender Julius Masri, two multifaceted sonic reducers with deep Philly roots. Blacksberg is regarded for incorporating music of the Hasidim into avant-metal and free jazz, having collaborated with Liturgy and Anthony Braxton.

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  15. In 2015, nearly 3 dozen Alaska villages lack basic plumbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2015 | TheCourier.com

    Flush toilets and running water are elusive dreams for Paul Dock and other residents of impoverished Alaska villages where indoor plumbing has historically cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to install in just one home.

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  16. In 2015, over 30 Alaska villages lack basic plumbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2015 | Christian Science Monitor

    Residents in at least 30 isolated Alaskan communities are mired in Third World conditions despite more than $2 billion in federal and state money over the past 50 years to provide basics like running water. In this Aug. 7, 2008 file photo, a Coast Guard C-130 flies past a coastal village on the Chukchi Sea near Kotzebue, Alaska, during a a surveillance flight to the Arctic.

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  17. 'American Horror Story: Hotel' Trailer Invites You in to Meet the ResidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | /film

    For all its shortcomings as an actual show, American Horror Story does know how to put out a killer ad campaign. The new American Horror Story: Hotel teaser introduces its cast in typically eerie fashion, roving down nightmarish hallways and and checking in with the setting's even more nightmarish past.

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  18. Residents of eroding village welcome Obama's attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2015 | Albany Times Union

    Air Force One, carrying President Barack Obama, flies over the island village of Kivalina, an Alaska Native community of 400 people already receding into the ocean as a result of rising sea levels, on its way to Ralph Wien Memorial Airport, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, in Kotzebue, Alaska.

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  19. New larger clinics planned for Savoonga, GambellRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2015 | Greenwich Citizen

    Two of Alaska's most remote villages are getting new, larger clinics in an effort to improve health care services for residents of the island communities. The Norton Sound Health Corp. is funding construction of the clinics at Savoonga and Gambell on Saint Lawrence Island, with $1.4 million of the $10 million construction cost in hand.

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  20. Alaska village seeks to reunite with Russian relativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Greenwich Citizen

    ... Expeditions, is working on with residents of the Alaska Native village of Diomede, in Anchorage, Alaska. The residents are trying to reconnect with their long-lost relatives from Big Diomede Island, who were moved to Russia's mainland decades ago. ...

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