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Why You Might Actually Want to Use a Travel Agent

If you’re looking to save money, generally planning your own travel is the best way to go. However, if you have special needs (like health issues or specific sights you want to see or things you want to do) a travel agent can save you time and help you find what you want. Read more...

Water, Volume 7, Issue 5 (May 2015) - Special Issues and More! (Open Access)

The following issue of Water has just been published: Water, Volume 7, Issue 5 (May 2015), Pages 1769-2541 All articles are freely downloadable. If you cannot download the articles here, visit the issue's WWW site. Caveat emptor: The publisher of this journal, MDPI, has been listed by librarian Jeffrey Beall...

Short Video: Regret Theory: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Robert Sugden talks to Mark Thoma about his work on 'Regret Theory', as featured in The Economic Journal 125th Anniversary Special Issue, available for free online here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ecoj.12230/abstract Here's an example: Regret theory in practice.

Sleep Disorders, Truancy and Student Needs: A Complicated Mix

I have a student with a sleep disorder and emotional issues. How do the compulsory attendance laws and a student with special education needs intertwine? Good question. All states have compulsory attendance laws. I am not aware of exceptions for children with disabilities, but suggest you contact your State Department of Education to find out […]

Prosthetic Hands with a Sense of Touch? Breakthroughs in Providing 'Sensory Feedback' from Artificial Limbs

Researchers are exploring new approaches to designing prosthetic hands capable of providing "sensory feedback." Advances toward developing prostheses with a sense of touch are presented in a special topic article in the June issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery(r), the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).

HIV Journal Announces Transgender Issue, Calls For More Research

The Journal of the International AIDS Society plans a special issue about trans people and HIV Contributor: Jacob Anderson-... read more

Moscow issues travel warning over U.S. 'hunt' for Russians

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's foreign ministry has warned its citizens traveling abroad of the risks posed by U.S. law enforcement bodies and special services, which it said were hunting for Russians around the world.

The Autostraddle Insider: Issue Eleven, May 2015

Sneak peaks for days, Brittani's special workout recommendation, Stef's pursuit of ERW, Rachel's trip to Madison, early requests for AS 1.0 and so many more things you care deeply and passionately about!

Krauthammer, Special Report Panel Clobber Obama Over Spread of ISIS

The Thursday panel on Fox News Channel’s Special Report with Bret Baier took on the issue of the Obama administration’s so-called policy in addressing ISIS and blasted the President for maintaining that the U.S. and its allies are not...Show More Summary

Decatur #1 Suburb in Georgia According to City Ranking Website

I know many of you take issue with calling Decatur a “suburb” of Atlanta, but here ya go anyway! Niche, a website that specializes in ranking cities, towns, schools, etc, has ranked Decatur the #1 suburb in the state for 2015. Milton, Watkinsville, Johns Creek and Duluth round out the Top 5.  According to Niche, areas […]

CL nominated for 2 AFJ awards

The Association of Food Journalists dropped its list of award finalists for the 2014 school year and Creative Loafing has been honored with two nominations: Best Newspaper Special Food Project for the 2014 Food Issue and Best Writing on Beer, Wine and/or Spirits for Austin L. Show More Summary

Podcast 14: Stop Reading a Book, a Know-Yourself-Better Quiz, and the Trap of Free Stuff.

Time for the next episode of  “Happier with Gretchen Rubin.“ Always game to talk about her clutter issues, Elizabeth reports on the status of her closet, in the aftermath of our special clutter-clearing in episode 10. For better and after closet photos, look here. Show More Summary

Jennifer Lopez Wears A Cutout Swimsuit For Us Weekly's 'Best Bodies' Issue

Jennifer Lopez has landed on the cover of Us Weekly's "Best Bodies" issue. Lopez looks gorgeous in a black cutout swimsuit on the cover of the special issue, on newsstands now. She posed in other sizzling ensembles for the summery shoot and spoke about body image in a behind-the-scenes video. "I embrace who I am," the 45-year-old superstar said. Show More Summary

‘Serial’ podcast killer wins chance to call alibi witness

last weekNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals issued an order Monday remanding the case of Adnan Syed, whose story was the centerpiece of the "Serial" podcast and who is serving a life sentence for the murder of his former high school girlfriend Hae Min Lee, to a lower court so the testimony of the witness who was never interviewed can be added to the record.

Law Review Publishes Entire Issue Dedicated to ‘Breaking Bad’

The legend of Walter White has passed into TV lore, but Heisenberg hasn't left the stage. The chemistry teacher-turned-meth kingpin is the star of the current issue of the New Mexico Law Review, which published a special edition dedicated to "Breaking Bad."

Too Much Coffee: Starbucks Manager Goes Crazy On Customers [Video]

Broadway, starbuck store in Elmhurst, manager Melissa seems to have the anger management issue. She took my order of one frappuccino and one special straw. I didn’t hear her coworker asking my name to put on cup at first because

The Royal Baby Gifts

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

This article appears in Newsweek's special edition, Princess Charlotte, by Issue Editor Lesley Savage. James Whatling/Splash News/Corbis. Digital imaging by Eric Heintz

Food Cut Into Perfectly Tiny Cubes Is the Hottest Thing on the Internet Right Now

So precise. Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant asked artist duo Lernert & Sander to create a spread for a special issue on food, and "Cubes" is what they came up with: a photograph of a geometric grid of 98 2.5-centimeter-by-2.5-centimeter cubes of raw food. Show More Summary

Scientists Hotboxed a Specially Constructed Room to Learn About Secondhand Pot Smoke

Marijuana, like anything else that's been stigmatized and driven underground for a long time, has developed a lot of mythology surrounding it. One pot-related issue that has kick-started many arguments is the question of "contact highs" — namely, how smoky a room/car/whatever has to be before nonsmokers can get high... More »

L.A. minimum wage up for discussion; business group says issue rushed

Los Angeles lawmakers are expected to take up the question of increasing the citywide minimum wage at a special hearing Wednesday afternoon that could begin the final process of hammering out crucial details of the hotly contested p...

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