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John Taylor talks all things Duran Duran as a book featuring some of their most iconic photos is released

If you grew up in the 1980s, you’re probably well aware that Duran Duran were one of the most photogenic bands around.

But although the decade itself – together with its oversized shoulder pads, bootlace ties and general fashion quirkiness – may be long gone, fans of the band have the chance to recall it all over again thanks to a new book compiling some of the best pics of the lads. 662 more words


Thankful for Good News

My plane ticket was purchased, my hotel reservations made, I was set to depart for Salt Lake City on the redeye Monday evening to be screened for a clinical trial that just started enrollment. 475 more words


Thanksgiving and Obedience

Happy Thanksgiving!

Are you game for a Thankgiving thought? In 2008 President Thomas S. Monson shared a thought that seems appropriate to post this Thanksgiving morning. 504 more words

D&C 59

Poor shooting, turnovers doom Crusaders

HENDERSONVILLE If possession is nine-tenths of the law, then the Hendersonville Christian Academy boys prep basketball team found itself on the wrong side of it on Thursday evening. 552 more words


Gearing up for the War of 1812

In large part, the War of 1812 was brought about by necessity but also by politics.

In terms of necessity, the British were executing a policy of impressment where the British would inspect American ships for contraband or material support for the French. 472 more words

Early Republic

Landscape- Exercise 4:2- Landscape for Everyone

In this exercise, we had to read a small section entitled “Landscape for Everyone” from “A Dream of England: Landscape, Photography and the Tourist’s Imagination” by John Taylor. 383 more words

Photography Degree

“Last chance”...to get their act together!

Unfortunately, that´s very unlikely as seen here: “The Fed Strives for a Clear Signal on Interest Rates”:

Federal Reserve officials are widely expected to announce Wednesday that short-term interest rates will remain near zero, leaving mid-December as the central bank’s last chance to raise rates this year.

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Monetary Policy