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Times of Oman
Militarisation of police created murder machine
The facts directly contradict the false information police apologists are sending around the Internet.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
in the Heights, the Duchess of Malfi and More Set for The Theatre...
The Theatre School at DePaul University has announced the 2014-15 season -- featuring two world premieres, reimagined classics, contemporary pieces, and engaging entertainment for the whole family.
Clifford Law Offices Interviews Showcased on Can TV
Clifford Law Offices will be featured in an educational video series on Chicago Access Network Television , a cable television service in Chicago.
New Jersey Herald
Acting, dance classes offered
The professional Centenary Stage Company is accepting enrollment into its Acting Workshop and Dance Conservatory courses for the fall semester.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Hint to Missouri: THIS Is a Problem
News item: ... Early Wednesday morning, Max Suchan, a law student serving as a National Lawyers Guild legal observer, was arrested.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The Militarization Of The Police Has Produced A Murder Machine
I wasn't surprised at some of the crude comments and hatred expressed toward blacks that came from a few white male anti-immigration Republicans in response to my article Cops Gone Wild.
Expert: Train collision will renew safety calls
A transportation expert says a deadly head-on train collision in Arkansas proves more needs to be done to improve safety, but worries implementing changes is likely to take longer than a federal deadline.
How much teachers get paid - state by state
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Fri Aug 15, 2014
Chess players invited to Myriad Gardens on Saturdays in Oklahoma City
Chess players of all ages came to the Myriad Gardens on Aug. 9, to play chess outdoors on the lawn and enjoy the scenery.
St. Petersburg Times
Perspective#IfTheygunnedmedown: Which picture would they pick?
When Tyler Atkins heard about the shooting of Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., he posted on Twitter a picture of himself in a tuxedo, with a saxophone around his neck, next to a photograph of himself dressed in a black T-shirt with a blue bandanna tied around his head and his finger pointed at the camera.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Arlington Heights dog lover honors pets with online artwork
Joe Russell grew up having a dog around the house and even had a dog while serving in the Air Force during the Vietnam War.
Colette Vogel appointed to Wilbraham Finance Committee
Vogel said she moved to Wilbraham in 2003 from the Chicago area and has served on the town's Vision Action Team.
Manic Focus comes home for third fest
Manic Focus doesn't call himself EDM. “You don't got to be dancing all the time,” he said.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Social Media Displays Anger Over Fatal Shooting of Missouri Teen
When Tyler Atkins heard about the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, he posted on Twitter a picture of himself in a tuxedo, with a saxophone around his neck, next to a photograph of himself dressed in a black T-shirt with a blue bandanna tied around his head and his finger pointed at the camera.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Independent Bookstores, Part VII
The American Booksellers Association has a list of thirty-three independent bookshops in the Chicago.
Washington Park special taxing district plan draws foes
Several Chicago aldermen back creation of a new special taxing district to boost the fortunes of historic Washington Park and the surrounding neighborhood after years of redevelopment hopes in the South Side area have gone unrealized.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Big East Coast Bias
DePaul recruiting: Rakocevic to visit on Monday
St. Joseph's High School power forward Nick Rakocevic, who is ranked No. 64 in the 2016 class and listed as a four-star prospect by Rivals, announced on Twitter that he will visit DePaul University on Monday.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Teaching kids about climate change? Read them a classic story
If our kids were environmentally literate they would curl up in a ball, sob, and never leave the tree house.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Woman killed driving to teach bible school
Driving to teach children and share her love of God, is what 27-year-old Teresa Delin was doing Monday when she was killed in a crash.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Two seeking Oswego's top job
Will he run or won't he? Oswego Village President Brian LeClercq said last Thursday he expects to make his plans public for a possible re-election bid in 2015 within the next few weeks.