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Sunday, January 4, 2015
Illinois extends marijuana experiment to children
Randy Gross hopes a new law allowing children into Illinois' medical marijuana program will reunite his family, nearly a year after his wife moved to Colorado so their son could receive a controversial treatment to ease his epileptic seizures.
When Jim Foster opened his piano store 30 years ago, he had 10 competitors selling just pianos.
Hotel hopes guests go home with heartwarming memories, and a rescue dog
At this hotel, guests get welcomed with a wagging tail or a warm lick to the face.
Saturday, January 3, 2015
A white motorboat ties up at the quay on Ibo, and an immaculately dressed South African family disembark to wander through the ruins of this former trading entrepot off the northern Mozambique coast.
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Honduras kids see better life on soccer field
The project that Luis Lopez created a year ago on a dusty soccer field in a rough neighborhood of Tegucigalpa is doing well.
Monday, December 29, 2014
Sandra Kiesel has finally realized her dream. After gaining her sailing license in South Africa and on Lake Constance, followed by testing the waters off Melbourne, the 26-year-old has found her yachting paradise — the Gulf of Thailand.
Neal Martin MW describes Graves AOC in Bordeaux as the “forgotten” part of this illustrious French wine region, even though some of its chateaux are right in the center of the city of Bordeaux.
Sunday, December 28, 2014
Tourist survivors revisit tsunami-hit Thai beaches
Ten years after the Indian Ocean tsunami, foreign tourists who survived the crushing waves still return to the Thai beaches where thousands lost loved ones, seeking recovery and solace.
In a desperate attempt to flee Cuba, a father and son risk their lives at sea
It was hot and dark as 23-year-old Jose Fuente Lastre boarded a raft with eight other men, intent on fleeing Cuba. Their vessel built from scraps of metal, wood and inner tubes had failed repeatedly. Oil leaked. The propeller sputtered.
In 2006, the Great American Group, no great American, won the right in court to liquidate the bankrupt Tower Records, despite other bidders who hoped to salvage the record business.
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