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Every New York Times front page since 1852

Every NYT front page since 1852 from Josh Begley on Vimeo.

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#FrenchFriesforLauren, #CancerSucks

A classmate of mine at Medill – Northwestern University graduate school, class of ’82, has come up with a remarkable way to remember her younger sister, Lauren, who died of cancer in 2010 in Corona del Mar at age 49, and … Continue reading

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Get married at Taco Bell for $600

The average cost of a full-blown wedding is $31,213, according to TheKnot.com. (There’s a per-head cost for food and liquor, and these two are typically the biggest expenses in the whole wedding, according to the website.) But get this: “Beginning … Continue reading

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Son-in-law of local restaurateur helps lead the Space X program

From the blog of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: A Falcon 9 rocket from Elon Musk’s Space X lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday, with 5,500 pounds of supplies, experiments and cargo headed to the International Space Station. The … Continue reading

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Ms. Rebane educates the rest of us on “Trump Derangement Syndrome”

Editor’s note: This letter was written and published in The Union, honest: “Nevada County is experiencing an unreported mental health crisis. A fair number of our neighbors are suffering. They are exhibiting nonspecific fear, rage, growing disorientation and confusion. Their … Continue reading

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Reinette Senum launches a blog amid resurgence of local progressives

“I finally did it! I have official launched my blog, TheFoghornExpress.com,” former Nevada City Mayor and community activist Reinette Senum wrote on her Facebook page this weekend. It comes amid a resurgence in the local progressive movement on the heels … Continue reading

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SYRCL, tribal leaders denied entry to upcoming regional water meeting

 This press release is from SYRCL: Local conservation, community and tribal organizations are calling on U.S. Representatives Doug LaMalfa and Tom McClintock to hold a public town hall meeting on water issues after being prevented from attending an upcoming meeting … Continue reading

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