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New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 brought a much-needed burst of color, excitement and fun to an otherwise cold, gray and wet February. The two-week fashion celebration, which wrapped Wednesday, Feb. 12, occurs seasonally and sees designers showcase runway styles as a result of their long hours of training, sewing and creating. One of the…

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Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport experienced a power outage today. The nation’s busiest airport went dark shortly after 1 p.m. causing the entire airport to shut down. Planes have been grounded and arriving passengers have been grounded for hours. The outage has affected travel across the nation due to Atlanta being a major hub. Officials are currently…

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It’s auto show week in Detroit and the much anticipated, world-renowned North American International Auto Show always takes center stage. However, just prior to the kick off of the award shows, black-tie galas, press conferences and other posh events, Toyota Motor North America did something remarkable: they donated over 200 pairs of insulated winter boots…

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The tragic death of a 3-year-old Canadian child has caused widespread grief. Little Elijah Marsh was being cared for by his grandmother in a Toronto housing complex. Sometime during the night while his grandmother was asleep, he wandered outside clothed only in a diaper, T-shirt and boots. When the family noticed him missing, they alerted police…

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As the seasons change, the dynamics of relationships can change too. While parties and the nightclub scene can keep most busy during the summer, the fall and winter months can cause most to yearn for affection and cuddle time. It’s the effect of “cuffing season.” For those unfamiliar, “cuffing” derives from the word handcuff and…

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Watch Your Money During the Holidays By Mark C. Klein A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball By Dwayne Wade My Year In Meals By Rachael Ray Healing After Loss Martha W. Hickman The Power By Rhonda Byrne Mastery By Robert Greene Let It Go: Forgive So You Can Be Foriven By…

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Great Escapes: The Best Winter Travel Destinations Freezing temperatures, blizzards and the unavoidable wind chill factor make winter one of the least favorable seasons. For those fortunate enough to avoid the cold, we’ve compiled a list of five of the best winter travel destinations for families, couple, singles, adventurers and the LGBT population. We enlisted…

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