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Run as One coverage in the Lansing Star

The weather was warm and sunny Saturday, rare for a Spring that wants to wallow in Winter.  That worked perfectly for Team RWB (Red, White & Blue), which held a ‘Run As One’ event on Lansing Center Trail.  28 more words

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Bush Foundation Launches Leadership Network Grants

For decades, the Bush Foundation has worked on leadership development in Minnesota and the surrounding region. Earlier this week, it announced a new grant program with that focus. 101 more words

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1888 "City of Chester" Shipwreck Rediscovered in Under Golden Gate Bridge

A steamship that sank with 16 passengers aboard in 1888 has been located again under the Golden Gate Bridge, leading to the release of new sonar images of the boat sitting upright, covered in mud.James Delgado, director of maritime heritage for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Sanctuaries, called the rediscovery of the passenger ship the “City of Chester,” which was first located more than 100 years ago, quite remarkable. 29 more words

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TRIANGLE BUSINESS JOURNAL: "Modernist fans hope to save iconic Glenwood Avenue building"

By Amanda Jones Hoyle

With plans under way now to tear down the 1960s-era, two-story office building at 3515 Glenwood Ave. in Raleigh, preservationists and fans of its modernist style of architecture are seeking the business community’s help to save it. 43 more words

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Verizon’s Data Breach Report Reveals The Nine Most Pressing Corporate Security Threats

By Jeffrey Rosenthal

As April comes to a close, it’s time once again for Verizon Enterprise Solutions’ Data Breach Investigations Report to remind us just how important data security is to the corporate world. 709 more words

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One Man’s Bold Quest to Lure Cool New Yorkers to the City’s Least-Hip Borough



Staten Island is one of New York’s five boroughs, but it seems like another world. 314 more words

‘The U.S. Military Is a Socialist Paradise’

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I can actually buy some of the logic here in this article (link above). Except that the largest difference here is that as military members we chose to go into service, had to be highly selected both physically and mentally, and to put in the work first before getting those rewards. 292 more words