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Newt’s last stand

Newt’s last stand

Newt's last stand When Newt Gingrich told CBS Monday he planned to operate a “Charlie Rose”-style campaign, he wasn’t kidding. Regrettably for Newt, he is not channeling the Charlie Rose who’s a genial conduit for smart and/or celebrities to speak about their ideas, accomplishments and private history. Rather, ...

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Getaway Guide: The month of january 2015

Getaway Guide: The month of january 2015

Getaway Guide: The month of january 2015 The Marker Waterfront Resort is Old Town’s first new hotel in 20 years. themarkerkeywest.com Photograph by Jeremy Ball Tours & Tastings Key West Wine Smooth-smooth citrus pies having a tart finish may remain the king father of Keys cuisine, however the ...

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Satisfy the Other Mayors: Pat Vaughn, Powder Springs

Satisfy the Other Mayors: Pat Vaughn, Powder Springs

Satisfy the Other Mayors: Pat Vaughn, Powder Springs Metro Atlanta comprises 60-plus metropolitan areas every month we introduce one town and it is mayor. At work since 2004, Vaughn brags about Powder Springs’ recent progress: The southwestern Cobb County town of 14,500 straddles the Silver Comet Trail and it ...

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Teen who states Dekalb cop beat him talks

Teen who states Dekalb cop beat him talks

Teen who states Dekalb cop beat him talks Antwan Wheeler remembers he and 2 of his buddies were walking along a residential street to some nightclub for teens in South Dekalb as he first spotted law enforcement vehicle slowing because it came past their prime. It had been December 23, 2010, soon after 8 p.m. A ...

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Field notes from the thrill-seeking father

Field notes from the thrill-seeking father

Field notes from the thrill-seeking father Illustration by Mark Matcho1. Repeat after me, youthful man: There's no shame in transporting a baby bag. 2. You've still got a beating heart along with a 266-horsepower engine. You may still get out there and paint the city. But you’re a guy now, with grown-up ...

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The Walking Dead Awards: Ron and Daryl go food shopping

The Walking Dead Awards: Ron and Daryl go food shopping

The Walking Dead Awards: Ron and Daryl go food shopping Every week, we comb with the guts from the Walking Dead, similar to a horde of hungry walkers, to create the episode’s best moments, surprises, along with other publish-apocalyptic curiosities. Now: Daryl and Ron share a minute, Carl and Michonne share a ...

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Civil legal rights themed murals set up in the King District

Civil legal rights themed murals set up in the King District

Civil legal rights themed murals set up in the King District Three giant (as with building-sized) murals were set up in the King Historic District yesterday within the latest Living Walls effort to show structures into canvasses. One particular “canvas” may be the former Henry’s Grill at 345 Auburn Avenue, in ...

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Atlanta Streetcar arrives promptly . . . kind of

Atlanta Streetcar arrives promptly . . . kind of

  Atlanta Streetcar arrives promptly . . . kind of Oddly, the inaugural voyage from the Atlanta Streetcar-that was initially slated to spread out in Summer time 2013-left virtually promptly today. But because reporters, cameramen, politicians, along with other asked VIPs streamed onboard with the sliding ...

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