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  1. CUSD administrators roll up shirtsleevesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | Claremont Courier

    There is a Native American proverb that insists you can't judge a person until you have walked a mile in their moccasins. With this in mind, a number of CUSD administrators and board members took to Claremont campuses on Wednesday, ready to follow in the footsteps of the district's classified staff.


  2. Srebrenica choir sings message of reconciliationRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Star Tribune

    Members of the children's Superar Choir rehearsed in the eastern town of Srebrenica, Bosnia. The group has been singing together every day for the past four years.


  3. Watch Young Calvin Harris Sing About All Kinds of Girls in This (Ridiculous) #TBT Music VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | People

    He may be the face of an Emporio Armani campaign and rumored to be dating pop superstar Taylor Swift , but Calvin Harris has not always been the suave, world-renowned DJ he is today. Exhibit A: A 2007 music video for a song titled "The Girls," which features a scruffy-faced Harris singing amid a gang of dancers in identical outfits and wigs.


  4. Frederick police look use minority group outreach to help diversify forceRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    At a time of intense nationwide scrutiny and tension between minorities and police, the Frederick Police Department says it recognizes the need for a more diverse force. Of the 145 sworn officers employed as of December 2014, 110 were white men, according to the department's annual report to the Frederick County Human Relations Commission.


  5. We Were Mom-BFFs, But I Was Pretty Sure She Had the Perfect LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New York Magazine

    Two weeks after our first child was born, my husband returned to work leaving me marooned with a tiny, mewling creature. I sulked with the baby on the steps of the Brooklyn Museum and watched as two African-American women in yoga pants and stylish summer scarves strode past pushing strollers similar to mine.


  6. Lead Letter: Same-sex marriage is a civil rights struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Florida Times-Union

    Letters of about 200 words are preferred. Longer letters will be edited for space.


  7. MCC Hosts Open Mic Night to Honor the Victims of May 23rdRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Daily Nexus

    Poet and performer Thea Monyee headlined for the UCSB Multicultural Center's Spoken Word event in honor of the victims of May 23rd. Photo courtesy of


  8. N.C. governor to veto anti-gay marriage 'opt out' billRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Washington Blade

    Hours after his state legislature sent the measure to his desk, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory pledged to veto a bill that would enable magistrates to opt of performing marriage services for same-sex couples. McCrory, a Republican and opponent of same-sex marriage, said in a statement he plans to veto the controversial legislation in an effort to defend the constitution.


  9. 2015 Face List Awards In NYC Honors Pan-African Community PioneersRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Black Enterprise

    Per a press release, fast growing media group Face2face Africa is gearing up to host the 2015 Face List Awards. The signature event at the annual Pan-African Weekend takes place in New York City on July 11th, and prestigious award honors pioneers and trailblazers in several fields including Business, Leadership, Sports, Entertainment, Technology, Health, and the non-profit sector.


  10. Fitzsimon: General Assembly's charade of moderationRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Daily Dispatch

    When the state House passed its budget last week, Rep. Chuck McGrady noted its bipartisan support in a tweet that captured what the House leadership wanted people to think was happening in the General Assembly. "Sounds like the Speaker is leading from the middle," McGrady wrote, extolling the allegedly moderate leadership of House Speaker Tim Moore.


  11. Rally against racism another huge successRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

    Kingscon Desmond proudly walked into Victoria Park, surrounded by hundreds of young people, with his head held high and a smile on his face. The teenager looked around and took it all in: a park filled with youth of all ages, races and religions coming together to love and support each other.


  12. Privileged young girl learns about her Vietnamese rootsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | SFGate

    It's hard to follow the title's directive with 12-year-old Mai as narrator. Her snarky remarks and whiny complaints propel this vibrantly layered coming-of-age-novel.


  13. AUSD Board of Education Trustee Nielsen Tam Dies at Age 69Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    Alameda Unified School District is saddened to announce that Nielsen Tam, an AUSD Board of Education member since 2008, died on Sunday. He was 69 years old.


  14. What Makes a Community Strong?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Switched

    I live in Maplewood, a community of 25,000 citizens, filled with artists, musicians, teachers, social workers, psychologists, finance people, not for profit leaders, business owners/developers, and every possible profession. Maplewood is diverse.


  15. Can You Retire In Malaysia With $200,000?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Investopedia

    If you're looking for Xanadu on a budget, Malaysia may be the retirement destination for you. This multifaceted and multicultural federation of former British territories in Southeast Asia was once known to few Westerners.


  16. Blogging Your Business: Importance of Consistent Blog MaintenanceRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Incorporating a company blog into a small business marketing strategy can be an effective way to distinguish your company from the competition, position yourself as a thought leader and promote brand awareness within your audience. While consistently creating relevant content on your blog is vital to the success of your marketing efforts, busy business owners still may be hesitant to invest the time and energy needed to develop and maintain a company blog.


  17. Cavalry Chicago in hunt for a new chief creative officer to replace Jim LarmonRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Business Journal

    By the end of June, Cavalry's Chief Creative Officer Jim Larmon is expected to leave the agency, which was formed three years ago to handle the Coors portfolio of brews, most notably Coors Light and Coors. Larmon was the shop's founding chief creative officer, and his first big campaign for Coors light in the fall of 2012 featured daring mountain climbers on a mission to deliver Coors Light.


  18. Asia's multi-ethnic population inspires innovation at P&GRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cosmetics Design

    The company deliberately employs a staff with an array of backgrounds-Chinese, Malay, Indian Japanese and more-at the Biopolis research and development center in Singapore. "Because a variety of people work here, it takes time to reach a consensus sometimes ," says Yuko Nakamura, director in charge of skin care and other products at the Singapore facility.


  19. FRC to Join Sen. Mike Lee, Education Leaders at News Conference On...Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | Family Research Council

    Next month's Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage and the consequences for religious institutions will be the focus of a Senate swamp news conference held by Senator Mike Lee on Wednesday, June 3, at 11:00 a.m. Family Research Council will join Senator Lee and several University officials in responding to comments made during oral arguments by Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, Jr.. Looking ahead to a possible constitutional right to same-sex "marriage," Justice Samuel Alito asked a key question: "In the Bob Jones case, the Court held that a college was not entitled to tax-exempt status if it opposed interracial marriage or interracial dating.


  20. COD Outstanding Divisional Faculty Members and Advisers for 2014-2015Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    Twenty faculty members and advisers have been recognized as the 2014-2015 Outstanding Divisional Faculty Members and Outstanding Advisers at College of DuPage. The faculty and advisers were selected for their excellence in teaching, service to the College, scholarly activities, community service and advising skills.