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Unbeige 2015-02-27 19:15:12
After you read the travel piece “My Saga, Part 1” in this weekend’s New York Times Magazine by Karl Ove Knausgaard, consider clicking over to Canadian daily newspaper the St. John’s Telegram. Understandably, folks in the Canadian province are less than thrilled with passages like this one (bolding is ours), involving the restaurant chain Jungle Jim’s: Several TVs were on with the sound …


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Climate Progress 2015-02-27 19:00:59
CREDIT: Shutterstock Science standards that treat climate change as fact are no longer banned in Wyoming, now that a bill reversing the state’s ban has been passed by the House and Senate. Last March, Wyoming became the first state to reject the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), which were developed by 26 states and multiple science and education organizations and serve …


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Next American City 2015-02-27 18:43:00
(Photo by Anthony Quintano) Real estate fund manager CIM Group has to pay New York City more than $4 million, thanks to an eyeing from the government. Related Stories Oil and Blood: Census Says Energy Boomtowns Are the Fastest-Growing Metro AreasDe Blasio Administration Vows to End the “Poor Door”New Yorkers Still Need a Rent FreezeA New Affordable Housing Plan Puts de Blasio Just …


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Unbeige 2015-02-27 18:26:18
This is @CNN. #donllama pic.twitter.com/7TGMdbjeJk — CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) February 27, 2015 You’re goddamn right it is.


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WebUrbanist 2015-02-27 18:02:17
[ By Steph in Drawing & Digital. ] Reality is malleable and nothing is quite as it seems in the surreal world of photographer Erik Johansson, who takes hundreds of photos of a single subject, merges them together and digitally manipulates them to produce optical illusions and …


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Unbeige 2015-02-27 17:30:53
Like many others this week, we have been actively hoping and praying that the search for missing 21-year-old Rochester Institute of Technology student Max Maisel has a happy ending. The son of espn.com writer Ivan Maisel has been missing since Sunday evening, after last being seen near the shores of Lake Ontario. From a report by Rochester Democrat & Chronicle staff writer …


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Climate Progress 2015-02-27 17:08:21
CREDIT: shutterstock Starting in April, solar users across Arizona will be subject to an additional rate charge of about $50 per month. This new “demand charge” will be based on a solar users’ peak power demand during the month and will be levied regardless of how much electricity is offset by their residential solar units. The Salt River Project (SRP), one …


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Unbeige 2015-02-27 16:45:43
There are bucket lists. And then there are bucket shopping lists. Mimi Sheraton, former food critic for the New York Times, is currently on a tour to promote her book 1,000 Foods To Eat Before You Die. The book took ten years to compile and, as she recently told Connecticut Post contributor Christina Hennessy, it began with an extremely unusual culinary combo: “The …


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Unbeige 2015-02-27 16:30:05
CNNMoney has promoted seven staffers. Details are below. Stephany Cardet has been promoted from webmaster to web developer. She served as webmaster for the past two years. Melanie Hicken has been name a staff writer. She joined CNNMoney in 2012 and most recently served as a personal finance reporter for the site. Greg Wallace has been promoted from reporter to associate editor. Jose Pagliery has also …


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