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The first to fly across the Atlantic non-stop wasn’t Charles Lindbergh, but two long-forgotten British airmen. This is their story. On June 14th and 15th, 1919, Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Whitten Brown flew their flimsy wood and fabric modified Vickers Vimy bomber from St. Johns, Newfoundland to Cliveden, Ireland—eight years before Lindbergh’s epic New York to
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There is a need for a new generation of politicians to change the world, and Emmanuel Macron could very well be a prototype. Macron Unveiled examines Macron’s first four years as France’s president, scrutinizing Macron’s personality, his way of solving problems, his sources of inspiration, his mistakes, his difficulties, as well as the impact he may already
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Recently Los Angeles Weekly Times had the pleasure of interviewing Marci Hopkins, Best Selling Author of Chaos To Clarity: Seeing The Signs and Breaking The Cycles and Award Winning TV Host of Wake Up With Marci. LAWT: Can you share with us your background and your career? MH: I have worked in the entertainment industry
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 “The Haunting of Kinnawe House” is a ghost story that spans two eras in American history. Matthew Rollins, an aspiring singer/songwriter, takes a job as caretaker of Kinnawe House in Agamenticus, Maine. The haunting begins immediately upon Matthew’s arrival, when the ghost of his mother appears. Threatening, ghostly strangers stalk the property. The cellar is filled
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Sportsmanship with youth carries a spirit that we all can restore with focus and effort. Score is a five-part series exploring our individual roles instilling healthy sportsmanship and a working plan to do so. We are looking to develop a spirit in sport where victory is not measured in the stands and on the benches; where children,
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