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Hung Hannah

 by Jeff Glovsky

It’s usually the cutie-pies who get me: The smiling-with-tongues-leaking-out-of-their-teeth ones; the gap-toothed-and-sunny-eyed dollop of heat ones…the sweet ones…the sad-eyed and vulnerable, meek ones… 425 more words

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International Launch of Asteroid Day

December 3rd, and the greatest minds in astrophysics gathered in the Cosmos and Culture section of London’s Science Museum to launch an international Asteroid Day… 289 more words

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Preterm Complications the Biggest Killer of Infants

 Complications arising from preterm births kill over 3,000 babies a year, making it the biggest global killer of children under five.   According to the study… 247 more words

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New Font Helps Dyslexics to Read

A font has been designed that allows dyslexic people to read more quickly whilst making fewer mistakes along the way.

The font, called Dyslexie, is bottom-heavy, meaning that the 26 letters of the English language are pulled into the correct position by a gravitational pull. 264 more words

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What Next, Justice Beyond Grief

Note: This article originally published as an interpretive editorial at Independent Media CNY on 12/11/14.

The amount of media, journalism, and blog articles about Ferguson over the last two weeks has been staggering.   1,746 more words

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West Side Walks Begins a New Season of Grassroots Sidewalk Snow Removal

Note: Originally published at http://independentmediacny.wordpress.com/2014/12/01/390/

As Winter returns to Syracuse, conversation once again turns to the long negligent planning for snow removal from sidewalks (and what will likely be an ever increasing issue with bike paths as well).   568 more words

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Government can now be sued for air pollution

Original article can be viewed here.

“Air pollution in London is much worse than most of us have realised…the level of nitrogen dioxide is about two and a half times the World Health Organisation’s guideline.”

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