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NS Home for Coloured Children apologizes to former residents

WATCH: It was an emotional scene as a current board member for the Nova Scotia Home for Coloured Children apologized to the former residents of the orphanage, Friday. 565 more words

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A Walk Around the Whitney, Minus the Hype

Light-filled, airy and buoyant, the new Whitney Museum of American Art received great reviews at its opening last month. In some ways, the striking new building even upstaged the museum’s inaugural exhibition, “America is Hard to See.” This despite the fact that Italian architect Renzo Piano’s 220,000-square-foot structure lacks an overall iconic image like the Whitney’s previous home in the Marcel Breuer-designed building on Madison Avenue. 1,137 more words

Warrington sign Lineham for 2016

Warrington Wolves have confirmed the signing of Tom Lineham from Hull FC for next season.

The Wolves will pay the Black and Whites £140,000 for the winger, who has signed a four-year deal at the Halliwell-Jones Stadium. 327 more words

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Die

The minimalist sculpture Die by American sculptor, Tony Smith (1912 – 1980), has ostensibly little to do with the subject of death and dying. Apart from the fact that the title elicits some kind of relationship with death, the relevance of the sculpture’s form to its subject matter seems enigmatic. 440 more words

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Illinois standardized tests getting shorter, simpler

BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) – School officials say next year’s statewide student assessment exam will have a shorter, simpler format to improve the testing process for students and educators. 109 more words

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Mickey Higham comes home

Experienced hooker Mickey Higham has re-joined Leigh Centurions, the club where his Rugby League career started.

Leigh paid Warrington Wolves £50,000 for the services of Higham. 129 more words

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