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No Hoverboards in the Year of Back to the Future?

Back to the Future Part 2 gave us a glimpse into what the year 2015 might look like. While things like Jaws 19 and that strange 80s Pepsi-sponsored diner might not happen, we’ve all held on to one thing more than anything else: That hoverboard. 123 more words

30 DAYS THROUGH CENTRAL AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN - CAYMAN ISLANDS 2

We started Sunday by going to Cayman Islands Baptist Church, where Pastor Randy von Kanel, the pastor of the church and at the same time President of the Cayman Islands YMCA, was leading the service and giving a very ecumenically open sermon about Holy Communion. 1,007 more words

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It's official, Amar'e Stoudemire signs with Dallas Mavericks

We all knew it was coming, now it is official:

Amar’e Stoudemire is a Dallas Maverick.

He was bought out of the last year of his Knicks contract so he could go chase a ring (plus the Knicks should play their younger guys to… 169 more words

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'76-'77 Barons Defeat '77-'78 Barons in Six Games, Will Represent Cleveland in UNP Again

Once again, the 1976-77 Cleveland Barons will be representing the extinct Cleveland franchise in the Ultimate NHL Playoff. In the inaugural UNP, the ’76-’77 Barons were the #45 seed and will be #45 in the upcoming tournament, as well. 480 more words

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Staff Spotlight: Greg Smith, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

The Studio G team is growing and we are thrilled to welcome Greg Smith to our staff! Greg brings over 20 years of experience working on a broad range of project types and scales, including large multi-family residential, corporate office developments, retail, institutional projects for the elderly, educational facilities, and small scale residential. 104 more words

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Davenport: West High Students Show Off Invention

Some innovative students at West High in Davenport are putting their heads together for a good cause.

About a dozen of them, working to create a life-saving bracelet for children and pets to prevent vehicular heat stroke. 119 more words

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