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  1. Apostles and Prophets Invited to Gather at 312 Azusa Street and Decree a New Azusa StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | Christian Newswire

    Azusa Street declaration during Azusafest Contact: Fred Berry, 323-692-7268 LOS ANGELES, April 1, 2015 / Christian Newswire / -- Azusafest founders Fred and Wilma Berry were commissioned by Apostle Bill Hamon and the Christian International Board of regents. Christian International Apostolic Network will gather at 312 Azusa Street to declare a new Azusa Street...Apostle Vance Russell of Arise Ministries International & Christian International West Coast director will officiate the Apostolic declaration rebranding of the Azusa Street movement.

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  2. Sustainable Business Council and FreeConferenceCall.com to Honor the...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | PRWeb

    The Sustainable Business Council announces today that The Honest Company will be honored as "Pioneer in Sustainability" at the Fourth Annual SBC Industry Achievement Awards sponsored by FreeConferenceCall.com. The Honest Company's founders, Jessica Alba, Brian Lee, Christopher Gavigan, and Sean Kane, will be presented with the Pioneer in Sustainability Award for their commitment to sustainability.

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  3. Delta offers GPS pet-tracker on flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Atlanta a Salt Lake City will be one of 10 cities where Delta Air Lines will offer what it says is the first pet-tracking device to reassure passengers who are separated from their beloved furry companions during flights. Starting Wednesday, Delta passengers will be able to monitor their pets in real time, including data on the surrounding temperature and whether the animal is right-side up or sitting askew.

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  4. For pets too big for cabin, Delta has GPSRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    These guys were lucky. They got to ride in the airplane cabin under a seat on a trip from Paris to New York.

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  5. Vs. Theatre to Present World Premiere of Gus's Fashions and Shoes, 4/22-5/30Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Fresh off its sold-out run of Itamar Moses ' Completeness, the award-winning Vs. Theatre Company continues its tenth anniversary season with the World Premiere of GUS'S FASHIONS & SHOES, written and directed by Ron Klier .

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  6. Varied paths bring thousands into Catholic Church at Easter VigilRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    But the questions are even more poignant when they come from a young man who grew up in a place where the government told him that God cannot mutually exist with science, where one who believes in God is considered weak, and where the only media coverage of the Catholic Church is around abuse scandals. For 18-year-old Peter Yang, who is from Beijing and is a senior at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud, these were among the questions he had.

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  7. CBS Leads Daytime Emmys With 62 NominationsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | CBS Local

    CW69 About CBS Television Stations Group , a division of CBS Inc., officially entered the Atlanta market September 1, 1995, acquiring WVEU-TV from BCG Communications, which held the license since sign-on in 1981. [...] 92.9 The Game CLICK HERE FOR THE 92-9 THE GAME HOMEPAGE This page has contact information only.

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  8. Delta offers GPS pet-tracker to ensure dogs have a happy flightRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    A traveler waits to check in with her dog at LaGuardia Airport in New York. A half-million pets fly each year, according to statistics complied by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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  9. Defense Begins Its Case in Boston Marathon Bombing TrialRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    A former police chief who served the twin towns that the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints dominates is coming forward for the first time, claiming he l... - A massive nationwide power-outage has struck Turkey, causing travel chaos in major cities and leaving roughly three-quarters of the country with limited ele... BOSTON, March 31, 2015-"Food is not a talisman: Reflections on the science and practice of nutrition," is the subject of Joanne L. Slavin's 2015 W.O.A. Memorial Lecture, whi... CLASS A Name, School, Height, Grade First team Chloe Akin-Otiko, Bellevue West, 5-10, Jr. Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk, 5-10, Sr. Jay Bridgeman, Omaha Westside, 6-1,... -- In the midst of the worst season in franchise history, New York Knicks executive Phil Jackson made a plea to Knicks fans that better days are ahead.

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  10. Cincinnati Reds Debut Stadium Nursery for Mom-Baby Baseball FansRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    A former police chief who served the twin towns that the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints dominates is coming forward for the first time, claiming he l... - A massive nationwide power-outage has struck Turkey, causing travel chaos in major cities and leaving roughly three-quarters of the country with limited ele... BOSTON, March 31, 2015-"Food is not a talisman: Reflections on the science and practice of nutrition," is the subject of Joanne L. Slavin's 2015 W.O.A. Memorial Lecture, whi... CLASS A Name, School, Height, Grade First team Chloe Akin-Otiko, Bellevue West, 5-10, Jr. Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk, 5-10, Sr. Jay Bridgeman, Omaha Westside, 6-1,... -- In the midst of the worst season in franchise history, New York Knicks executive Phil Jackson made a plea to Knicks fans that better days are ahead.

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  11. NBC Announces Live Production of "The Wiz" for DecemberRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    A former police chief who served the twin towns that the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints dominates is coming forward for the first time, claiming he l... - A massive nationwide power-outage has struck Turkey, causing travel chaos in major cities and leaving roughly three-quarters of the country with limited ele... BOSTON, March 31, 2015-"Food is not a talisman: Reflections on the science and practice of nutrition," is the subject of Joanne L. Slavin's 2015 W.O.A. Memorial Lecture, whi... CLASS A Name, School, Height, Grade First team Chloe Akin-Otiko, Bellevue West, 5-10, Jr. Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk, 5-10, Sr. Jay Bridgeman, Omaha Westside, 6-1,... -- In the midst of the worst season in franchise history, New York Knicks executive Phil Jackson made a plea to Knicks fans that better days are ahead.

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  12. Disney Working on Live-Action "Mulan" MovieRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    A former police chief who served the twin towns that the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints dominates is coming forward for the first time, claiming he l... - A massive nationwide power-outage has struck Turkey, causing travel chaos in major cities and leaving roughly three-quarters of the country with limited ele... BOSTON, March 31, 2015-"Food is not a talisman: Reflections on the science and practice of nutrition," is the subject of Joanne L. Slavin's 2015 W.O.A. Memorial Lecture, whi... CLASS A Name, School, Height, Grade First team Chloe Akin-Otiko, Bellevue West, 5-10, Jr. Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk, 5-10, Sr. Jay Bridgeman, Omaha Westside, 6-1,... -- In the midst of the worst season in franchise history, New York Knicks executive Phil Jackson made a plea to Knicks fans that better days are ahead.

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  13. Roger L. MayerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Artforum Intl.

    Sam Roberts reports in the New York Times that Roger L. Mayer-a film executive who was central in preserving and restoring many classic movies and who also stirred controversy by coloring some black-and-white ones-died last Tuesday in Los Angeles. At the 2005 Oscar ceremony, Martin Scorsese presented Mayer with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for his chairmanship of the National Film Preservation Foundation, which had saved more than 2,100 movies that were abandoned by their copyright holders.

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  14. Western Conference teams benefit from playoff format - 03-31-15Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    In 2013, the NHL adopted a new playoff format in which the top three teams of each division qualify for the postseason while two wild card teams, regardless of division, also qualify. Officially, the NHL has said this change from the old 1-through-8 format was made to stress rivalries.

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  15. Study: Detroit among top 50 worst U.S. cities for trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | MLive.com

    A new data report from GPS company TomTom has Detroit ranked 29th in the country on its list of the most traffic-congested cities. According to the report, Metro Detroiters are delated 16 minutes per day if they have a 30 minute commute.

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  16. Shirley Temple memorabilia goes on tour before July auctionRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    In this Jan. 29, 2006 file photo, Shirley Temple Black accepts the Screen Actors Guild Awards life achievement award at the 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, in Los Angeles. Costumes, toys, photos and autographs from Temple's 1930s film career are coming to a city near you.

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  17. Inside the Montague Bookmill, a slice of literary New EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | MassLive.com

    The Montague Bookmill, its red, asymmetrical bulk rising from the wooded back roads of Franklin County, is a monument to transformation. 180 years ago, the rushing Sawmill River powered millstones here as they ground grain into flour.

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  18. Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard steps through the fireRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard, left, with bandmates Nick Harmer, center, and Jason McGerr. Gibbard says that in writing the group's new album, "Kintsugi" he wasn't interested in creating "a tell-all or a kiss-off or anything like that."

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  19. Top 10 Weirdest Stores in Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | LA Weekly

    Looking for a book about the Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society? Perhaps you need a Jolly Roger doormat for the house. Maybe you just want to pick up some time-travel-sickness pills, a spray bottle of barbarian repellant or a few fresh dinosaur eggs before you blast to the past.

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  20. This 16-year-old Mormon model is setting the Internet on fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    Lucky Blue Smith takes a selfie with one of his many teen fans at an NYC event earlier this month. The young heartthrob is a triple threat: Model , drummer and social media sensation.

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