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The War on Drugs: the Observer debate – as it happened
The Guardian (blog)
The War on Drugs: the Observer debate – as it happened. Live coverage of a panel discussion on drug laws with David Simon, writer of The Wire, documentary maker Eugene Jarecki, Rachel Seifert, the director of the documentary Cocaine Unwrapped and ...
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Social Eating House, London: restaurant review
The Guardian
Photograph: Sophia Evans for the Observer. The room, with its wood ceilings, bare-brick walls and brasserie-style mirrors, the specials hand-scrawled across them, is a dimly lit snug in which to hide. It is, they say, a casual dining place, somewhere ...
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2013 Observer Seniors of the Year
Charlotte Observer
They represent The Observer's diverse readership area, with achievements in academic research, innovative community service, personal triumph and the arts. Each receive a $1,000 scholarship as they head to colleges and universities. The Seniors of the ...
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The Top Five Craziest Paparazzi Conspiracy Theories About Amanda Bynes
New York Observer
There was a great deal of scandal and intrigue this afternoon as The Observer headed down to the hottest ticket in town: the sidewalk outside of Amanda Bynes' West 47th Street apartment. Finding a clutch of bored paparazzi huddled on the asphalt ...
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Charlotte Observer names Seniors of the Year
Charlotte Observer
Keeping an open mind and seizing new leadership opportunities are recurring themes among the Observer's 2013 Seniors of the Year, who will each receive a $1,000 scholarship as they head to colleges and universities. They are doers who have tried new ...
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Bank holiday activities across the Observer patch
Herts and Essex Observer
THE sun is set to return this Whitsun bank holiday weekend, with warmer, drier weather today (Saturday), Sunday and Monday. However, come rain or shine, the Observer patch has attractions and activities to keep everyone occupied, young and old, ...
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How Uganda's female writers found their voice
The Guardian
Photograph: Elizabeth Day for the Observer. In a bustling cafe in the Kisementi district of Kampala, Beverley Nambozo Nsengiyunva, a Femrite volunteer and poet, describes it as "the voice of silence": the inbuilt fear and shame that holds women back ...
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Nigel Slater's outdoor lunch recipes
The Guardian
Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer. I know this sounds extraordinary, but it is the crispest, most refreshing fruit salad imaginable. The strawberries and cucumber work together with the syrup beautifully. This is summer in a bowl. And if ...
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Azed slip No 2131
The Guardian
On a more frivolous note, I once (many years ago) included the plural of the musical term 'arsis' in a puzzle, and was assured by an eagle-eyed sub at the Observer that the paper had no objection to this and was 'right behind me'! Print this · Share ...
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David Simon, creator of The Wire, says new US drug laws help only 'white ...
The Guardian
The occasion was staged by the Observer and chaired by its editor, John Mulholland, as part of its campaign to address the global drugs crisis. Simon took no prisoners. In his vision, the war on – and the curse of – drugs are inseparable from what he ...
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Minority owner severs ties with Vernon Downs
Utica Observer Dispatch
Minority owner severs relationship with Vernon Downs - Utica, NY - The Observer-Dispatch · Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar ...
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The rise and rise of Gen Katumba Wamala
The Observer
Another source told The Observer that Katumba is a good military strategist. “When he was 4 Division Commander, he wiped out the West Nile Bank Front (WNBF) under Juma Oris,” he said. Katumba's deputy, the fast-rising Lt Gen Charles Angina, is also a ...
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'Homeland' brings Claire Danes to the Charlotte Observer
News & Observer
More than three dozen times. From several different angles. In the most authentic-looking location the producers could find to stand in for a newspaper office: the Observer newsroom in uptown Charlotte. Production on the third season of the Twentieth ...
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Getting older? Might as well have a party
Utica Observer Dispatch
But if your birthday happens to fall on a long weekend or, say, within a week of the first Saranac event every year, why not take advantage of it? I started celebrating Thursday. Courtney Potts is an online editor at the Observer-Dispatch. To contact ...
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Meet Aaron Walck, the Malden Observer intern
Malden Observer
During my internship at the Observer I want to build on the experience from Santiago in a city where I am at home with the language and culture. I want to get to know a new area and mix of people, businesses and organizations, nestled only a few miles ...
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Forever Jong: Writer-Provocateur Michael Malice Takes on the Ghost of North ...
New York Observer
“And number three,” Mr. Malice told The Observer recently at his apartment in Sunset Park, “so I could be a douche at parties and say, 'You've never been? You have to go. It's the new Milan!'” He smiled impishly. Was he serious? “He's so ironic ...
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For the record
The Guardian
Our piece on the Eurovision song contest, "Even hair 'bigger than Estonia' can't save UK's Bonnie Tyler from Eurovision disaster" (News, later editions, last week, page 5), wrongly said that Greece was placed fourth. It came sixth; Norway came fourth.
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Lambton College rolls out mobile learning to 10 full-time programs this fall
Sarnia Observer
Janice Smith, coordinator of the developmental services worker program, shows an iPad app to Jim Elliott, acting vice-president academic, at Lambton College Thursday, May 23, 2013. Faculty members have spent this week receiving training on mobile ...
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Hot List: Day 139 of the Legislature
Texas Observer
As the Observer's Olivia Messer writes, Gov. Rick Perry' vetoed a bill that would have required disclosure of dark money. The bill, SB 346, would have forced politically active nonprofits to make public who was donating the money for their political ...
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Govt should not kill the cock for doing its job
The Observer (blog)
... e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The author is a lecturer in the department of Journalism and Communication, Makerere University, and a former news editor of The Observer.
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European Commission won't object to Ukraine's observer status in Eurasian ...
Interfax
"We have to be present there, where our economic interests are. And the observer status we have received today enables us to [be present]… [so] I don't think that the European Commission will object to the status we gained today," Boiko told ...
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They Really Tie the Room Together: Thieves Steal Rugs From Chase ATMs All ...
New York Observer
Cops have finally nabbed a man they say ripped the rugs from six different Chase ATM locations in Manhattan, police told The Observer. “There's no one there to stop the criminals, and pedestrians think they're just doing maintenance for the ATM,” the ...
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Police defy court order to vacate
The Observer
The Observer has learnt that Daily Monitor is pursuing both court action and negotiations with government to get police off its Namuwongo premises. So far, police have defiantly snubbed a court order ordering them off the daily's offices. Negotiations ...
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PULSE: Scripps Spelling Bee still captivates Americans
Utica Observer Dispatch
PULSE: Scripps Spelling Bee still captivates Americans - Utica, NY - The Observer- · Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar · Text ...
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Rent your home to pay for your holiday
The Guardian
... or own your home, although if renting you will need to confirm that your lease allows a lodger. children looking into tent The Lewis family are camping in their garden this summer – and letting their house. Photograph: Stephen Shepherd for The ...
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Written by Robert Ssempande
The Observer (blog)
Starting today, The Observer will, every Monday, run the selected stories. A panel of three judges will select the five most outstanding stories, and of these, three winners will be awarded as Writivist of the Year winner, 1st Runner-up and 2nd Runner ...
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US consumer confidence rises to 5-year high
Utica Observer Dispatch
US consumer confidence rises to 5-year high - Utica, NY - The Observer · Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar · Text Me O-D ...
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Movie review: 'Fast & Furious 6'
Utica Observer Dispatch
Movie review: 'Fast & Furious 6' - Utica, NY - The Observer. Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar · Text Me O-D · Facebook ...
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Updates planned for wastewater collection system
Sarnia Observer
... 2013 4:57:43 EDT PM. Stantec provided Sarnia City Council with a map of high-risk areas for basement (hydraulic) flooding. Areas have been divided into priority 1, priority 2 and priority 3 designations. SUBMITTED PHOTO/THE OBSERVER/QMI AGENCY ...
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Community group enlists Conservative MPP in the battle against invasive reed
Sarnia Observer
Nancy Vidler, a member of a phragmites working group in Lambton Shores, hangs on to the back of a tracked vehicle that took officials on a tour Thursday of a wetland near Kettle and Stoney Point that has been taken over by the invasive reed. The group ...
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Men in house said occupied by gays attack Observer news team
Jamaica Observer
While the two reporters were sitting in the marked vehicle, the Observer photographer, who attempted to snap pictures of the house at 16 Millsborough Avenue, was attacked by two gay men who ran towards him with a bag loaded with bottles. The men flung ...
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Duke tops Syracuse in lacrosse title game
Utica Observer Dispatch
Duke drops Syracuse in lacrosse title game - Utica, NY - The Observer-Dispatch. Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar · Text Me ...
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Michael Gerson: Baseless fears of Common Core
Utica Observer Dispatch
Michael Gerson: Baseless fears of Common Core - Utica, NY - The Observer- · Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar · Text Me ...
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A university dream comes true for three wards of the state
Jamaica Observer
"I won't have to work and will have time to get involved in school life and more time to study," he toldthe Observer. For the past two semesters, he has been working full-time in the university cafeteria and doing course modules in the evenings. The ...
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St. Chris scores three second-half goals to win LSSAA soccer title
Sarnia Observer
Northern Vikings goalkeeper Jessi Kozachuk, left, corrals the ball ahead of St. Chris Cyclones attacker Jenelle Labadie, right, during the LSSAA senior girls soccer final Thursday May 23, 2013 at St. Chris in Sarnia, Ont. PAUL OWEN/THE OBSERVER/QMI ...
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Rangers face questions after 2nd-round ouster
Utica Observer Dispatch
Rangers face questions after 2nd-round ouster - Utica, NY - The Observer-. Home · News · Sports · Living · Community · Blogs · Business · Opinion · Announcements · Photos · Videos · "WHO WE ARE" SERIES · Operation Sunshine · Calendar · Text Me O-D ...
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OMG! It's BuzzFeed Business News | Observer
By Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke
OMG! It's BuzzFeed Business News. By Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke 5/28 8:00pm ... Are FinancialNews Networks Crashing? … Is Dr. Laura Dirty? … Do Life-Saving Manatees Make Good TV? topics: Peter Lauria, buzzfeed, off the record ...
Observer
Conservancy nature hikes return | CharlotteObserver.com
By jdepriest@charlotteobserver.com (Joe DePriest)
The Charlotte Observer welcomes your comments on news of the day. The more voices engaged in conversation, the better for us all, but do keep it civil. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their ...
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Reuters' Anthony De Rosa is Going to Circa | Observer
By Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke
“There's a huge opportunity to present news in a way that's made for mobile. Nobody is thinking about this more than Circa and I'm thrilled to help move that mission forward,” Mr. De Rosa said in a post announcing his hire on Circa's blog.
Observer
Barclays Center to Host Food Trucks for the First Time | Observer
By Kelly Gifford
“We are thrilled to have these local favorites at the Daily News Plaza bringing Brooklyn residents and visitors some savory and sweet treats to enjoy.” The Observer is pumped Ms. Gilmartin and company started off with the tasty promise.
Observer
World news | From the Observer | The Guardian
The Guardian, From the Observer, User comments. News · Sport ... News · From the Observer · World news · RSS. The Observer: Main section. Sunday 19 May ...
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The Observer - Gladstone, QLD - Newspaper | Facebook
The Observer, Gladstone, QLD. 2995 likes · 247 talking about this · 76 were here.
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News from the Kearny Police blotter | The Observer
The Observer is now available as an E-Edition. Each week's edition will go live at noon every Wednesday. You'll see the newspaper exactly as it looks in print ...
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Fiery explosion - ObserverToday.com | News, Sports ... - The Observer
WESTFIELD — A fire destroyed a house on Route 5 near McKinley Road on Monday morning.
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