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  1. Don Henley's name can't be used to sell shirtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | San Jose Mercury News

    Wisconsin-based outdoor apparel retailer Duluth Trading Co. has settled a lawsuit from Eagles founding member Don Henley alleging trademark infringement.

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  2. Don Henley's name can't be used to sell shirtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Inside Bay Area

    Wisconsin-based outdoor apparel retailer Duluth Trading Co. has settled a lawsuit from Eagles founding member Don Henley alleging trademark infringement.

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  3. NHPTV Spring AuctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WENH-TV Durham

    Enjoy your favorite NHPTV and PBS entertainers LIVE at concerts and events brought to northern New England! We invite you to join us for a variety of exciting special appearances, get-togethers, and activities - and to tell us who else you'd like to see! Proceeds from these unforgettable events make NHPTV's extraordinary television possible! We're all looking forward to the 42nd NHPTV Spring Auction and hope you are too! We encourage you to share our site and/or links to specific items with your friends & family and remember that each and every bid supports New Hampshire Public Television.

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  4. Climbing to the Clouds Screening GalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | WENH-TV Durham

    Enjoy your favorite NHPTV and PBS entertainers LIVE at concerts and events brought to northern New England! We invite you to join us for a variety of exciting special appearances, get-togethers, and activities - and to tell us who else you'd like to see! Proceeds from these unforgettable events make NHPTV's extraordinary television possible! Join us for a special celebration of the Mt. Washington Cog Railway! Take a ride on the iconic Cog Railway, have dinner at the beautiful Mount Washington Resort, and attend the screening premiere of NHPTV's new documentary, THE MT.

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  5. CRICKET: Furnival and Purchase included in Cornwall squad for Dorset clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Falmouth Packet

    FALMOUTH'S Christian Purchase and Glyn Furnival have both been selected to play in Cornwall's first game of the 2015 season. On Sunday the Duchy travel to Bournemouth where they face off with Dorset in the Unicorns Trophy and the line-up was announced on Monday evening.

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  6. Gale Mutton jailed: Carer befriended disabled patient and stole thousands of pounds from herRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Get Reading

    Mother-of-two Gale Mutton used Helen Towner's bank card to withdraw A 4,160 without her or her employer Mencap realising. The vulnerable victim told Oxford Crown Court on Friday she no longer trusted staff at the charity and that the affair had caused stress for her and her family.

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  7. Canadian Ashton Brown to help make history in women's Oxford-Cambridge Boat RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Squamish Chief

    Canadian Ashton Brown will help make rowing history Saturday when her Cambridge crew takes on Oxford in the 70th edition of the Oxford-Cambridge women's boat race. For the first time, the women will tackle the same 6.8-kilometre horseshoe-shaped course as the men on the River Thames in west London.

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  8. Women rowers embark on historic Thames raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | CNN

    Oxford and Cambridge University's women's teams pose for a publicity shot ahead of this year's historic race on London's River Thames. This year is the first time that the Women's Boat Race has been held on the same day and on the same course as the men's race.

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  9. Which channel is the 2015 Boat Race on? Everything you need to know about the historic eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Mirror.co.uk

    The 161st Boat Race will take place on Saturday 11 April with Oxford looking to peg back Cambridge in the overall standings. Cambridge currently lead their old rivals 81-78 in the famous old race, with the one result unaccounted for ending in a dead heat in 1877.

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  10. Women to make Boat Race historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | BBC News

    Coverage: Live on BBC One & BBC One HD from 16:15 BST, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra from 16:45 BST and streamed online One of the last bastions of gender inequality in sport will end when the Women's Boat Race is held on the same course and same day as the men's. Female crews representing Oxford and Cambridge will row the four miles, 374 yards from Putney Bridge to Chiswick Bridge on Saturday - for the first time in the 87 years they have competed.

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  11. Canadian Ashton Brown to help make history in women's Oxford-Cambridge Boat RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Brandon Sun

    Canadian Ashton Brown will help make rowing history Saturday when her Cambridge crew takes on Oxford in the 70th edition of the Oxford-Cambridge women's boat race. For the first time, the women will tackle the same 6.8-kilometre horseshoe-shaped course as the men on the River Thames in west London.

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  12. Canadian Ashton Brown to make history in women's Oxford-Cambridge Boat RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | The Globe and Mail

    The Cambridge Women's crew prepare for a training outting ahead of the BNY Mellon Men's University Boat Race and the Newton Women's University Boat Race on The River Thames The Cambridge Women's crew prepare for a training outting ahead of the BNY Mellon Men's University Boat Race and the Newton Women's University Boat Race on The River Thames Canadian Ashton Brown will help make rowing history Saturday when her Cambridge crew takes on Oxford in the 70th edition of the Oxford-Cambridge women's boat race. For the first time, the women will tackle the same 6.8-kilometre horseshoe-shaped course as the men on the River Thames in west London.

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  13. Keeping the peoples' pathways open for 150 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | The Northern Echo

    Britain oldest national conservation body is 150 this year, says Harry Mead, its mission, as ever, to save open space enjoyed by the public THE National Trust. Everyone's heard of it.

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  14. A men's and women's Boat Race on the Thames? It's about time, says 5 Live's Eleanor OldroydRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Radio Times

    There will be not one but two Boat Races on the River Thames this year, and for BBC broadcaster Eleanor Oldroyd the end of the "Men Only" event is a triumph for women in sport. Female rowers from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge will, for the first time in the race's history, compete on the same day and on the same course as the men this Saturday 11th April, marking an end to what Oldroyd calls "one of the biggest inequities in sport."

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  15. What time is the Boat Race 2015? Everything you need to know about the historic rowing eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | Mirror.co.uk

    For the first time in history, the men's women's and reserves' races will all be held on the Tideway in 2015. The best places to watch it are Bishop's Park and Furnivall Gardens where events and entertainment will get underway at midday and there will be big screens with the race on.

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  16. Tent specialist PapaK ta pitches expansion plans after securing 240,000 grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | York Press

    YORK tent and teepee specialist PapaKata is relocating its headquarters to larger premises alongside plans to open a base in the south as its nationwide customer base grows. This month will see the PapaKata team move to new premises in Sherburn in Elmet, followed by the opening of a Southern base in Henley-on-Thames by April.

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  17. American captures Henley through the lensRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | Henley Standard

    THIS photograph of a double scull on the Thames near Hambleden Lock on a misty September morning has won an award. It was taken by Jim Donahue, from Whitchurch, and won the rural photography category in the inaugural British Life Photography Awards.

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  18. Rowing: Olympians dominate Kingston Head of the River racesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Wimbledon Guardian

    On the water front: Olympic bronze medalist Will Satch, right, was in action for Leander Rowing Club in Kingston on Saturday The Henley-on-Thames based club's three elite men's eight crews filled the top three positions with the top crew - with London 2012 Olympic men's pairs bronze medalist Will Satch in stroke - winning in a time of 15 minutes 26.8 seconds. Kingston's intermediate men's eight [16:42.2] finished second in their category behind winners University of London Boat club.

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  19. Mediateko Ltd Takes to the Pistes with ONELANRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | PR.com

    Mediateko Ltd is a Finnish advertising company. It has installed new digital LED-screens in nine ski resorts around Finland to attract interested advertisers.

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  20. Sue Ryder Women of Achievement awards honor inspirational Berkshire womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Get Reading

    Hospice charity Sue Ryder recognises incredible women across Berkshire, Buckingham and Oxfordshire in the areas of business, arts, community work and sport at its annual achievement awards. Sue Ryder held its 8th annual Women of Achievement Awards on March 19th, recognising incredible women from across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

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