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  1. Downtown ChangesRead the original story

    48 min ago | Memphis

    Anyone familiar with Downtown Memphis will notice some small changes as they walk around the city in the coming months. New Downtown banners The Downtown Memphis Commission is looking for local artists and graphic designers to create new banners for the 200 lamp posts on the Main Street Mall from Poplar to Peabody Place.

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  2. Robot jockeys and sprinting SUVs bring camel racing, the sport of sheikhs, into the 21st centuryRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | CultureMap

    Visitors are allowed to visit among the camels. This shot taken just before the brunette was kicked in the leg.

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  3. Quinlans Fine Art Auction Exhibition open to public through Fri.Read the original story

    52 min ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    The Quinlan Visual Art Center's 37th Annual GALA Fine Art Auction exhibition is open to the public through Friday, featuring original art work by local, regional and national talents. The exhibition showcases works by regionally and nationally acclaimed artists in the following media: oil, pastel, encaustic, acrylic, ink, mixed media, photography, sculpture and ceramics.

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  4. Activu Open House to Showcase Control Room TechnologiesRead the original story

    54 min ago | PRWeb

    In anticipation of the imminent release of the next version of its enterprise software suite, Activu is hosting a series of open house sessions on March 10 and 11 at its Washington D.C. offices . The sessions, featuring experts from Activu, Evans Consoles and Mitsubishi Electric , will address a range of topics concerning control room and video wall technologies.

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  5. Cary Fukunaga Offers "It" UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    55 min ago | Dark Horizons News

    Cary Fukunaga has made a name for himself with art house and period dramas like "Sin Nombre" and "Jane Eyre" along with his stunning job helming the entire first season of HBO's "True Detective". With his Idris Elba-led child soldier drama "Beasts Of No Nation" wrapped and awaiting release this year, the filmmaker is turning his attention back to his long in the works two-film adaptation of Stephen King's "It" which has a script in place and is in pre-production, but has yet to schedule filming dates.

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  6. New Gear: Sony 28mm, 35mm, 90mm Macro, and 24-240mm Zoom LensesRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | Popular Photography

    Sony's A7-series cameras have been an undeniable success so far. Of course, any good camera system, however, needs support from a robust lens line-up and Sony has seriously beefed up the E-mount today with three full-frame prime lenses.

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  7. Hyde awayRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | The Standard

    Located in a Halcyon residential district in central west London, Garden House occupies a premium address at the historic yet cosmopolitan Bayswater, and offers an ideal choice for contemporary living in one of the most desirable areas in the city. Opening directly on to one of the city's few remaining traditional garden squares and the magnificent Hyde Park, the residence provides a welcoming escape from the pressures of everyday hassles with lush trees, green lawns and carefully tended flowerbeds.

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  8. The Boston Globe and School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston...Read the original story

    57 min ago | Sampan

    ) - The Boston Globe Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) recently announced the winners of its 2015 program distinguishing Massachusetts's top teenage artists and writers. These nearly ...

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  9. Dr. Seuss a hit on Usa Today's books listRead the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago | USA Today

    Dr. Seuss a hit on USA TODAY's books list The good doctor has nine titles in the top 50. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1BIbA6S First lady Michelle Obama reads Dr. Seuss' "Oh, the Things You Can Do That Are Good For You" to young fans during a "Let's Read! Lets Move!" event in the White House on Jan. 21. Dr. Seuss is on the loose: The beloved children's author has nine titles in the top 50, plus five more in the top 150. It's that time of year, with libraries and schools gearing up for Seuss' birthday and his books selling lots of copies.

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  10. Poetry makes a difference in 'Please Excuse This Poem'Read the original story

    57 min ago | Los Angeles Times

    D.A. Powell is one of the poets featured in Brett Fletcher Lauer and Lynn Melnick's anthology "Please Excuse This Poem: 100 New Poets for the Next Generation." D.A. Powell is one of the poets featured in Brett Fletcher Lauer and Lynn Melnick's anthology "Please Excuse This Poem: 100 New Poets for the Next Generation."

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  11. Iconic inspiration: Artist draws from the sacred to honor spirit of civil rights movementRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Connecticut Post

    ... Luther King Jr., of the movement's most well-known leaders. Thirty such multi-media works are on display at Les Beaux-Arts Gallery in Greenwich, Conn., through the end of March. aAuIcons of the Civil Rights Movement,aAu teams visual art and written ...

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  12. In Good Faith: Let your spiritual tuning peg be turnedRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Times Herald-Record

    When I was a kid, I sometimes tagged along with my father to symphony orchestra rehearsals.

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  13. Curtain Call revives Arthur Miller's 'All My Sons'Read the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Connecticut Post

    Karen Pope is playing Kate Keller and John Ponzini is Joe Keller in Arthur Miller's 1947 play "All My Sons" which is being presented at Stamford's Curtain Call through March 28. Photo: Contributed Photo A happy Midwestern family falls apart after the businessman father is implicated in the death of World War II airmen in Arthur Miller's 1947 play "All My Sons." The Curtain Call production in Stamford features John Ponzini, Robert Rosado, Karen Pope and Alexandra Clapp.

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  14. Composer Panufnik's work, life inspires admirationRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Connecticut Post

    ... of the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, performs during the "Sounds for a Summer Night" performance at the Greenwich Arts Council in Greenwich, Conn. in July 2014. The chamber group will be back with another set of concerts, March 8 and 9, 2015, which ...

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  15. Exploring powerful women in historyRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Connecticut Post

    Graham was the longtime publisher of The Washington Post . Her autobiography is part memoir and part history.

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  16. Vancouver Symphony announces 2015-16 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Canada.com

    Professional tennis players Milos Raonic of Canada and Kei Nishikori talk about what playing the other is like as they are set to face off once more during the Davis Cup in Vancouver Injured NBA star Steve Nash appear as the guest speaker at the Gathering of the Clan Fundraising Breakfast for Simon Fraser University athletics. Nash speaks to media about what he miss most about the game.

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  17. 2004: Think simple -- industrial design drives new iMac, Apple's fortunesRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Marin Independent Journal

    On the second day of Steve Jobs' return to Apple Computer in 1997, he met with a select group of analysts to explain his vision for reviving the struggling company. The key, Jobs explained, was industrial design.

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  18. Special techniques take top honors at VCAC Photo ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Hartford Courant

    Unique techniques are on display at the Vernon Community Arts Center's third-annual Photography Show, which runs through March 14. At the Opening Reception awards were announced, and Jeff Holcombe - a biologist from South Windsor - took home the First Place Clark Robertson Memorial Award for his piece called "Bumble Bee Study 2." The colorful piece, along with two others of Holcombe's in the show - "Moth Study 1" and "Moth Study 2," were created using a polarized, dissecting microscope. "I set up a microscope, and added polarizing to it, because I had never done that before," Holcombe said.

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  19. This Week in Art and Culture - " March 4Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Egypt Today

    ... infused with a Mediterranean atmosphere. Call ahead for a free guided tour of the gallery and the paintings. Where: Arts-Mart gallery, Arkan Business Park, Building 1, Office 22, Sheikh Zayed Price: Free For more info: See the venue's Facebook page ...

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  20. Sarah Palin's odd description of Iraq and Afghanistan deployment trendsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Washington Post

    Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin focused on veterans' issues during her address at CPAC on Thursday, saying it is the "duty of he who sends" troops to fight to make sure those wars are won. "The strain on military and their families, it is enormous.

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