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Buz Downing, Long-Time Public Servant, Retires With Honors

Born in a Class 5 Hurricane (we couldn’t confirm) 85 year old Herman “Buz” Downing – indeed our Jumpin’ Jack Flash – entered his retirement on Monday with gusto and praise after nearly sixty years of public service for the town of Millis. 340 more words


It's just the process...I'm not a nerd.

I have written my story in a third person present tense. I have posted some things on writers forums that I needed critique on.

These writer dudes are heartless and will rip your shit apart. 208 more words

Spiritual Healing for Men Traumatized by Childhood Maltreatment

This featured article titled  “Spiritual Healing in the Aftermath of Childhood Maltreatment: Translating Men’s Lived Experiences Utilizing Nursing Conceptual Models and Theory” is an exemplar that provides specific primary, secondary and tertiary nursing interventions framed within nursing theories and models, addressing the benefits of engaging spiritual faith traditions in the healing process. 307 more words

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Open Eye Gallery’s newest offering, themed around ideas of social portraiture, whisks you around the world through the lenses of six photographers. From a dirt-brown dessert on Indonesian Java to an office in Dubai, with a stop off in an American Juvenile Detention Centre, … 415 more words


OPEN 1 │ Open Eye, Liverpool → 23 August 2015


Sonal Kantaria, Deborah Kelly, Billy Macrae, Helen Marshall, Louis Quail, Richard Ross

“Brññ tgɖr ftogṛfi ɖt nrets indivijl stwriz n yt adresz išuz v c̣lctv reḷvns n jnṛl public intrest” 70 more words

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Cleanup Begins After Strong Storms Tear Across Mass.

WRENTHAM (CBS) – Cleanup crews got to work in Wrentham Tuesday night, chopping up a massive old tree knocked down when a strong storm blew through town. 233 more words


47 New Philadelphia Police Officers Sworn In in North Philadelphia

by Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Police Department today welcomed 47 new officers in a graduation ceremony on Temple University’s main campus.

These young men and women are about to embark on an unpredictable and sometimes dangerous journey, with the mission to serve and protect.  149 more words