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  1. Russia reaches out to Europe's far-right partiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Albany Times Union

    A Russian loan to France's National Front. Invitations to Moscow for leaders of Austria's Freedom Party.


  2. stARTup Art Fair San Francisco Launches Independent Art FairRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Art Daily

    From May 1-3, 2015 fifty artists that have been selected from an open application process will each take over one of the Hotel Del Sol's stylish rooms as their own three-day solo exhibition space. An independent art fair for unrepresented artists, stARTup Art Fair will provide artists with direct access to the art world, and art enthusiasts with direct access to artists, creating a unique exhibition platform for thought-provoking contemporary artwork in the nation's most creative, progressive and wealthiest city.


  3. LGBT advocates mark International Human Rights DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Washington Blade

    Jason Collins, left, talks with Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy on Dec. 11, 2014, during an event on Capitol Hill that commemorated International Human Rights Day. United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson joined lesbian singer Mary Lambert and Rev.


  4. How Pan Am staff used your tax dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | The London Free Press

    Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Organizing Committee CEO Saad Rafi says he decided to release 5,000 pages of expenses on Dec. 12 2014, the last day available to him to do so and after the legislature rose for the holidays. a The Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games released 5,000 pages of expenses Friday without warning, detailing four years of catered events and trips around the world enjoyed by the brass and other staff at taxpayers' expense.


  5. Station owners like low gas pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | SFGate

    So you think you are finally getting one over on the gas stations as you pay less than $3 per gallon for the first time in four years? Guess again. "We're in the same shoes as the consumer.


  6. RTI Surgicala Hosts Winter Biologics Spine SymposiumRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Freshnews

    RTI Surgical Inc. , a global surgical implant company, is hosting a surgeon education symposium focused on the use of biologic implants in spine surgery tomorrow in New York. The symposium will feature keynote speaker Dr. Harvinder Sandhu from the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York who will discuss utilizing current evidence to make informed choices when using bone graft materials .


  7. The Daddy Handbook: Crosses to BearRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Potrero View

    Not on purpose; we're Jewish. It came as a prize from a gumball machine. She'd put her quarter in, spun the dial, popped open the small plastic bubble, and put the cross around her neck before I even noticed.


  8. Survey Results Indicate Interest in Hill Shuttle SystemRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Potrero View

    According to Silvani Transportation Consulting, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch and Northeast Mission residents would like to see a shuttle system deployed in their neighborhoods as a way to improve local transit options. Silvani based its result on a non-statistically representative survey that was sponsored by the Potrero Boosters Neighborhood Association.


  9. Appropos Of NothingRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Fleen

    After years - decades! - of waiting, season 4 episodes of The Muppet Show exist other than in my memory! Okay, Disney hasn't released past season 3 on DVD, damn them, but my twice-yearly trawl of Youtube revealed somebody has uploaded a goodly chunk of season 4 full episodes. Including my very favorite backstage gag of all time: How To Fly , from the Lynda Carter episode , where Scooter, Gonzo, Fozzie, Link, and Lew Zealand all try to be superheroes via correspondence course.


  10. Some Russian Businesses Thrive in Poor EconomyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Voice of America

    Capital flight, the fall in oil prices and Western sanctions are pushing Russia's staggering economy into recession. But not companies are suffering.


  11. The Ravens don't plan on overlooking the JaguarsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Baltimore Beatdown

    Pernell McPhee may have sacked Blaine Gabbert on this play. But one of Gabbert's few wins as a Jacksonville starter came against the Ravens.


  12. Arts Czar Flush With IdeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | New Haven Independent

    The listening tour has concluded: Andrew Wolf now has a full menu of ideas for making culture explode in New Haven, from apizza and book festivals to "strategically-placed" public European-style self-flushing "conveniences." Wolf spent his first six months as City Hall's new cultural affairs director taking the cultural pulse of his hometown, to which he returned after decades living elsewhere.


  13. War is hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Almanac

    Nat Landes doesn't let his age, 96, get in the way of his modernity as he takes note of something on his laptop computer in his Woodside home. Woodside resident and former mayor Nat Landes has many military medals sitting on a bookshelf in his living room that recognize his service as a U.S. Army artillery officer during World War II.


  14. I Can't Believe It's Not FootballRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Hogs Haven

    The Redskins will be trotting out another lineup this week designed to try and win a football game. Wait...this season is still going? I feel like the Redskins are trying very hard to put a product on the field that resembles a football team.


  15. Wild storm soaks California, thousands lose powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Denver Post

    A powerful storm churned through northern California on Thursday, knocking out power to tens of thousands and delaying commuters while soaking the region with much-needed rain. Throughout the Bay Area, waves slammed onto waterfronts, ferries were bound to their docks, many schools canceled classes and the gusting winds had motorists tightly gripping their steering wheels on the Golden Gate Bridge, where managers created a buffer zone to prevent head-on collisions by swerving cars.


  16. Visiting San Francisco on Christmas DayRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | PRWeb

    December is a beautiful time to experience the holidays in San Francisco. While Christmas itself can be a challenging day to plan activities, San Francisco Travel has compiled several notable spots keep their doors open and the merriment level set to high.


  17. Photos: Thousands still without power in wake of Bay Area superstormRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Business Journal

    A man crosses California Street at Battery during stormy weather in San Francisco. Heavy rains snarled traffic and caused power outages across the Bay Area on Thursday.


  18. Azerbaijani public visits Alley of Honor on 11th anniversary of Heydar Aliyev's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Trend

    Azerbaijani people on Dec. 12 are commemorating the 11th anniversary of the passing of Azerbaijani national leader Heydar Aliyev, by visiting the Alley of Honor. Throughout the day, prominent public figures, intellectuals, representatives of the Government and Parliament will pay tribute at the memorial of the ex-President of Azerbaijan.


  19. Check Out Presidio Parklands, SF's Own Version of NYC's High LineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | 7x7

    If you've had the pleasure of visiting NYC's High Line -an urban park built into an old elevated rail line on Manhattan's west side-then you'll know just how important it is when we tell you that the landscape architecture firm responsible for that gem was just selected to transform San Francisco's very own waterfront. If you haven't, you should know this much: this is awesome news.


  20. Storm floods Northern California freeways, cuts power as southern part of state brace...Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    A storm expected to be one of the windiest and rainiest in five years swept across the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, knocking out power to tens to thousands and delaying travel by air, train and ferry. Pacific Gas & Electric is reporting outages are widespread across the Bay Area due to weather, but officials weren't immediately available to give a specific number of outages.