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When other kids were getting back to school wardrobes from Sears, I insisted mine come from Neiman-Marcus. A passion for fashion was formed.
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14, 2014. . Designer Vivienne Westwood, alongside her granddaughter Cora Corre, during her Spring/Summer 2015 collection during London Fashion Week, at Victoria House in central London, Sunday, Sept.
Much of the discussion of police militarization has centered on the Department of Defense's 1033 program , through which it "donates" military equipment, including combat vehicles and weaponry, to various law enforcement agencies. National Public Radio provided a dump of all donations between 2006 through April 2014 , and many folks have been counting up the M16s, MRAPs, and HMMWVs in their respective areas.
Editor's note: Dag Kittlaus is co-founder and CEO of Viv , which attempts to simplify the world by providing an intelligent interface to everything. Previously, he was co-founder and CEO of Siri.
A riff on the 1983 classic The Big Chill, this ensemble drama's reunion of old friends differs because Alex's suicide fails this time. It's also, of course, filtered through a very different cultural landscape, with characters born at about the time the earlier film was released.
THESE are the 9/11 tales to make you weep. Stories of courage, friendship and a heartbroken search dog who finally found a reason to bark for joy.
Ellen McDonnell Stevens, was a guest speaker at The Society of Irish Women's St. Patrick's Day Dinner. She is the executive producer of National Public Radio's "Morning Edition,".
The RF-340M integrates two radio channels into a single chassis, allowing users to operate simultaneously on multiple networks for enhanced command and control. The radio also includes an expansion slot capable of adding capabilities to address emerging and unique mission needs in areas such as higher-speed wideband networking, satellite communications and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
As the PPL Center finally opens, Allentown's downtown boom isn't just getting local attention. National journalists are taking notice -- not just of how much has changed here, but how fast it's happening.
Murdock Plaza, a prominent Westwood office building on Wilshire Boulevard, has been purchased by New York real estate company Tishman Speyer for a reported $125 million. The brick-clad 17-story building at the intersection of Wilshire and Westwood boulevards was built in 1981 by billionaire David Murdock, the former owner of Dole Food Co.
The firm currently has a $22.90 price target on the stock. Zacks 's target price would indicate a potential upside of 2.42% from the company's current price.
Akridge's proposed Burnham Place would knit together the thriving NoMa and H Street corridor, but flat demand for office space, a key part of the development plan, poses a challenge. On one side is NoMa, a bustling new employment center with a catchy name, home to National Public Radio, CNN and the Justice Department.
On National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" the other evening, I caught a story about President Barack Obama and the news media. The gist of it was that while Obama has promised to run an open and transparent Administration, and while he's already loosened the stranglehold that former President George W. Bush put on the Freedom of Information Act, the traditional press was feeling excluded.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul says America's approach to foreign policy is unrealistic - and that there's "a greater threat of radical Islam" attacking the nation now than ever before. In an interview with National Public Radio , the libertarian-leaning lawmaker said both Republican and Democrat "interventions" have done more harm than good.
The single most unfairly neglected artist in Setlist's pool of local talents? That'd be SharA3n Clark , the great singer who now hosts the D.C. Jazz Singer's Jam on weekends. She has a deep contralto voice - though "deep" is admittedly a tricky term in the realm of the female voice; she's no Nina Simone , though perhaps similar to the later years of Sarah Vaughan .
Harris Corp. is an international communications and information technology company serving government and commercial markets in more than 125 countries. The company has $5 billion of annual revenue and about 14,000 employees.
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