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  1. York stamp collector mournedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | York Press

    SEVEN members of York Philatelic Society were among more than 100 mourners at the funeral at York Crematorium of retired Merchant Navy captain and past society president, Philip Hyde. Mr Hyde, of Moor Lane, Strensall , who died earlier this month aged 79, was in the Merchant Navy for 40 years, and served notably in the Baltic and Eastern Europe, going to the aid of a crew on a fire-stricken oil rig in the North Sea on one occasion.


  2. Fox-pox: Ebola crisis 'shows Obama's hatred for America'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The First Post

    Is the Ebola outbreak the result of a conspiracy between the Big Pharma drug companies and the US government's Centers for Disease Control? Either way, is President Obama refusing to close American airports to traffic from West Africa because he secretly hates America and wants Americans to die because they "owe" Africa for slavery and colonialism? While most of the world has been focusing on how to control the spread of the disease and how to safely treat those who fall victim to it, we might be forgiven for thinking America has been more interested in scare stories, brewing up conspiracy theories and throwing Ebola into the increasingly nasty maw of partisan politics.


  3. Resilient Canadian oil industry faces less impact from lower pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Pipes which are part of the processing plant at the McKay River Suncor oil sands in-situ operations near Fort McMurray, Alta., on Sept. 17. Pipes which are part of the processing plant at the McKay River Suncor oil sands in-situ operations near Fort McMurray, Alta., on Sept.


  4. Taunton Carnival 2014 - Results and VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | This is The West Country

    ORGANISERS say the collection total from Taunton Carnival is around A 300 down on last year, at around A 5,200. Chairman Marilyn House said: "We would like to thank all the collectors, drivers of the collecting lorries and the people who walked behind picking coins up off the road.


  5. European Sewing Machines Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Dublin - Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "EU: Sewing Machines - Market Report. Analysis and Forecast to 2020" report to their offering.


  6. PATIENTS at Southmead Hospital have been getting creative as knitting sessions arrived on the wards.Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    Wool and knitting needles have been provided for inpatients as part of the programme that has proved therapeutic for those taking part. Staff and visitors to the hospital have also been getting in on the act by taking part in drop-in sessions.


  7. Fu Yabing: The Blaan master weaver as an artistRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Asian Correspondent

    Fu Yabing Dulo, one of the two living designers and master weavers of the Blaan art of Mabal Tabih.Pic by Edwin Espejo My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue An everlasting vision of the ever-changing view A wondrous, woven magic in bits of blue and gold A tapestry to feel and see, impossible to hold - Tapestry, Carole King , 1971 In the faraway Blaan village in Landan, a master weaver is racing against time. She is slowly losing her steps, her eyes always watery - sign of advancing age.


  8. Cocheco Quilters Guild holds 33d annual showRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The "quilt car" on display in front of the Rochester Community Center during The Annual Show of the Chocheco Quilters Guild over the weekend. ROCHESTER - If the words jelly roll and fat quarters make you crave a sewing machine, needle and thread instead of a sugary delight, then you probably found yourself at this weekend's Tapestry of Color: the 33rd Annual Show of the Cocheco Quilters Guild.


  9. Sun26Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Women's Weekend Event with author Cynthia Heald Friday evening and Saturday Discovering the power of God's love in your life.To register, call Laura at 1 204 857 8895 or visit website at... The play is based on true stories, "The Forks & The Road" explores major themes in MCC's work, digging into relationships with Indigenous neighbours, creation care, thrift shops, mediation and refugee resettlement. Multidisciplinary artist who's works focus on language and meaning.


  10. View scheduleRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is the 12th and latest series from the renowned cultural critic and Harvard scholar. In this 10-part series, Professor Gates continues the quest he begun in African American Lives 1 and 2 and Faces of America delving into the genealogy and genetics of an all new group of famous Americans.


  11. Tokyo Film Festival, Market to Open With Animation FocusRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    The event looks to develop a clear identity on the crowded festival circuit as more than 1,100 buyers are expected at the market The TIFFCOM market of the Tokyo International Film Festival opens Tuesday and runs until Thursday, the day the 27th edition of the main festival kicks off with the world premiere of Disney's Big Hero 6 . The market is expecting 320 exhibitors and 1,100 buyers, up slightly from last year, plus seminars and talks on fund raising, co-productions, location incentives and how to predict a hit movie using big data.


  12. The craftsman of a century ago PhotoRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Telegram

    C. 1915 - "The wheelbarrow shown is designed to give as little trouble as possible in making. It is a toy wheelbarrow suitable for boys."


  13. An old "friend" thinks Ayurvedic "auto-urine therapy" can cure Ebola [Respectful Insolence]Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ScienceBlogs

    I'm beginning to feel that I'm flogging a topic a bit too hard again. Usually, this happens primarily when I'm on a roll over some particularly tasty ridiculous tidbit of antivaccine nonsense.


  14. Model railroad open houses at a glanceRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Review

    Nothing represents the holiday hustle and bustle like model trains, especially during World War II, when the railroads helped thousands of soldiers make it home for Christmas.


  15. Japan's Takashi Miike gets Rome Fests' Maverick Director AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Japanese director Takashi Miike brought the world premiere of his latest blood fest, As the Gods Will, to the Rome Film Festival, where he was honored with the Maverick Director Award Saturday Night. The director is a regular at the festival, having previously screened The Lesson of the Evil in 2012 and both The Mole Song: Undercover Agent Reiji and Blue Planet Brothers in 2013, according to The Hollywood Reporter.


  16. Loved ones gather to celebrate life of music educatorRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Jeremy and Karly Epp speak at the funeral for their father, Ken Epp, at North Kildonan Mennonite Brethren Church Sunday. For Ken Epp, they broke out the brass band to celebrate his life and it hit all the right notes.


  17. New Univeristy of Virginia study upends current theories of how mitochondria beganRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    Parasitic bacteria were the first cousins of the mitochondria that power cells in animals and plants - and first acted as energy parasites in those cells before becoming beneficial, according to a new University of Virginia study that used next-generation DNA sequencing technologies to decode the genomes of 18 bacteria that are close relatives of mitochondria. The study appears this week in the online journal PLOS One, published by the Public Library of Science.


  18. Do the Duvet: Quilting moves on from bulky jackets to dainty dresses and skirtsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Dhruv Kapur of DRVV presented a very tailored approach to quilting; Namrata Joshipura presented quilted pieces in her futuristic fall collection; Neha Agarwal's ultra feminine take on quilting with girly skirts and embroidery; Megha Garg introduced sequins for a festive touch Call it insulation fashion or duvet couture, but winter is wearing its layers slightly differently this year - namely with batting sandwiched between two pieces of fabrics. With quilting capturing the imagination of designers the world over, what with international brands like Miu Miu, Kenzo and ChloA making the "duvet" jacket winter's "it" accessory, local labels, too, are giving this art of layering an innovative spin.


  19. Four reasons why 'liberal' conspiracy theories about ed reform (and...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Twin Cities Daily Planet

    Sarah Lahm's conspiracy piece about "billionaire and TFA" money flooding in to support Don Samuels in the Minneapolis School Board race went national last week. Washington Post columnist Valerie Strauss This is a Community Voices submission and is moderated but not edited.


  20. Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire a Claremont traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | San Bernardino County Sun

    Shuttle Service and Parking: Parking is available on streets surrounding the closed streets of Village Venture. Free shuttle service is available from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. The Village drop off point is at the Metrolink Parking lot.