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  1. Letters: Sept. 15Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Las Cruces Sun-News

    On Sept. 8, the Las Cruces City Council made history. The first-ever successful citizens' initiative on minimum wage came to the council for a vote.

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  2. Presidential history on coffeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Boston.com

    President John F. Kennedy sipped coffee during his visit to SHAPE, Nato's military headquarters outside Paris on June 2, 1961. For about as long as we've had presidents, we've had coffee in the White House.

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  3. FOCUS: A Little of This, A Little of That -- The Myth of the Strong...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Steve Goddard's History Wire

    FOCUS: A Little of This, A Little of That -- The Myth of the Strong Leader / Brando's Smile / Black Baseball Entrepreneurs Leadership is such an elusive word, whether applied to governing or the directing of business entities. Author Archie Brown, a specialist in politics, deconstructs in his new book "the misconception that strength is the most important qualifying factor when looking for a leader."

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  4. EXCHANGE: A look at Abe Lincoln and Owen LovejoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Greenwich Citizen

    William and Jane Ann Moore hope people will discover the words of abolitionist Owen Lovejoy and, like them, find his words as powerful today as they were 150 years ago. Retired ministers, the Moores spent a decade writing "Collaborators for Emancipation," a book that examines the surprising relationship between Abraham Lincoln and Owen Lovejoy and how that relationship helped to end slavery.

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  5. $67m in outstanding finesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Examiner

    TASMANIANS owe more than $67 million in outstanding fines, or nearly $150 for every man, woman and child in the state. TASMANIANS owe more than $67 million in outstanding fines, or nearly $150 for every man, woman and child in the state.

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  6. Fall feast: Pairing the perfect bottles with booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Barnes & Noble package arrived the other day containing the four books I've selected for my fall reading schedule. I'll enjoy them while sitting next to the fire, in the pergola, under the stars, on cool autumn nights.

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  7. New York-Philly All-City ClassicRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 13 | Rivals.com

    The joint was jumpin' on Saturday evening. The Philly-New York All City Classic took place at the exclusive Terminal 23 gym and featured some of the top high school freshmen from both states.

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  8. Curator's Corner - A trip of a lifetimeRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 13 | The Daily Herald

    It's a cool Fall morning, shortly after dawn. Your bags have been loaded and your finishing a cup of coffee as you anticipate the next nine days.

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  9. 'Intruders' 'Ave Verum Corpus' review: Messages and an internal struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Examiner.com

    The Saturday, Sept. 13 episode of " Intruders ," 104, "Ave Verum Corpus," sees Jack and Gary looking into Bill Anderson, Amy's whereabouts while she was gone and one of Gary's clients.

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  10. Photo Flash: Southampton African American Museum Presents 'Raise Your Voice'Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 13 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Festival organizers led by Executive Director Brenda Simmons and Board Member, Oscar winning film director Nigel Noble have selected a group of important films that highlight the experiences of people of color from the joyous to the painful. Southampton Arts Center, 25 JOBS Lane Southampton, NY 11968 and An Evening of Spoken Word & Jazz will be held at the Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, New York 11968.

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  11. Entertainer Pia Zadora Hospitalized with Head InjuryRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 13 | WVII

    Entertainer Pia Zadora ,60, is in intensive care after falling off a motorized golf cart. Her husband Jeffries told the Las Vegas Sun she is "in and out of consciousness and improving.

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  12. Keanu Reeves Blows Up a Lot of Stuff in Trailer for 'John Wick'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Hollywood Reporter

    Keanu Reeves proved his prowess for navigating buses in the beloved '90s action flick Speed . Now, he plays another guy who knows a thing or two about vehicles in the forthcoming action film John Wick .

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  13. Pia Zadora In Intensive Care With Serious Head Injury Following Golf Cart AccidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | WebProNews

    Las Vegas entertainer Pia Zadora is in intensive care after suffering a serious head injury Thursday evening after falling from a golf cart near her home in Summerlin, Nevada, her husband, Mike Jeffries, confirmed to the Las Vegas Sun . Jeffries said his 60-year-old wife has been in and out of consciousness at the University Medical Center where she is being treated.

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  14. South Dakota's view for the agesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Detroit Free Press

    Mt. Rushmore in southwest South Dakota draws 2.2 million visitors each year. The sculpture of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln likely will last 7 million years before eroding.

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  15. Ex-presidents gave Lincoln little helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Erie Times News

    On top of all else, Abraham Lincoln received little support from his five surviving presidential predecessors as he confronted the Civil War's challenges. This was not surprising, given that each had faced the issue of America's slave-state, free-state divide during his own administration.

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  16. 'Roosevelts' series starts tonightRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 11 | Erie Times News

    Ken Burns details the connections between two distantly related American presidents in his new documentary series "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History," and in the process found his own personal ties. Burns learned that he was a seventh cousin on his mother's side to President Theodore Roosevelt and an eighth cousin to both President Franklin Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor.

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  17. 'Last Best Hope' at HildeneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Manchester Journal

    Documentary filmmaker Daniel Karslake will give the first "Last Best Hope" talk at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18. Karslake has a passion to help bring about the end of extreme poverty and hunger in the world using documentary film making.

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  18. REVIEW: Rose Cousins, 'Stray Birds'Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 13 | Folk Alley

    A new surprise EP from one of Canada's brightest singer-songwriters? Yes, please. Oh, she's covering some of her good friends and heroes? This includes Gordon Lightfoot? Well, don't mind if I just start weeping my face off.

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  19. Pia Zadora tossed from golf cart, suffers serious head injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | TheCelebrityCafe

    Actress Pia Zadora suffered a serious head injury on Thursday after she fell out of golf cart near her Summerlin home while her son, Jordan, was driving. The 17-year-old took a hard left turn while both were in the cart on a street near their home and Zadora tumbled out and hit her head, The Las Vegas Sun reports.

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  20. Indigenous eyesightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    During early white settlement in Australia, around the mid 1800s, Aboriginal people had much better vision than Europeans. Unfortunately that situation has changed dramatically and now Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults have six times more blindness than non-Indigenous adults and nearly three times as much vision loss.

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