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The BBC: there to inform, educate, provoke and enrage?

The BBC has never seemed more under attack. But what provokes such passion? In the second of a series of essays on the corporation’s past, present and future, Charlotte Higgins asks why the critics seem to come from within as often as from outside… 165 more words

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Stevenson Ranch Petsmart’s Kitten Rescue Holding Open House

By Melissa Lampert

Volunteers from the nonprofit, no-kill animal rescue, Kitten Rescue, are holding their annual open house event on May 4, event officials announced Thursday. 497 more words

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5 New Songs for your weekend

The Green Hearts are currently changing a lot of things up, but we still have a lot of cool things coming up, such as the three interviews with the Stegall sisters. 88 more words

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Weekly QuEST Discussion Topics and News, 18 April

First a note – there will be NO QuEST meeting next week (25 April, 2014) – Capt Amerika has a commitment and will be out of town all week! 420 more words

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The SHPG Strikes Again

Kevin Levin has been on top of the story out of Washington & Lee University regarding a group of black law students who issued demands to the university.  596 more words


Malaya Watson, youngest finalist in 'Idol' history, reflects on experience

Stephanie Sokol for The Pit

Southfield-native Malaya Watson went home from American Idol last Thursday following her Wednesday-evening performance of “Through the Fire.”

The 16-year-old vocalist  got to the top 8, and in doing so, made history as the youngest finalist of all time. 526 more words


'Au Naturel' look comes out on top in Bangor makeup study

This piece was published online for Hotcourses Abroad on April 3, 2014. 

Women appear more attractive when wearing up to 40% less makeup, according to a new study by  392 more words

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