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Breaking: Kansas Court Rejects Dual Voting System for Voting Next Week

Bryan Lowry for Wichita Eagle: A Shawnee County judge has ruled that 17,500 voters can participate in state and local races as well as federal ones in Tuesday’s Kansas primary election. The state had approved a rule saying people could … Continue reading ?

In San Fran Next Week..

I’m in San Francisco next week, August 1-7. If you’re a local or coming from out of town for Inman and want to chat — shoot me an email at drew at horizonapp dot co. The post In San Fran Next Week.. appeared first on GeekEstate Blog...

“Court case could open Kansas primary elections to thousands of new voters”

Bryan Lowry for the Wichita Eagle: A Shawnee County judge will decide whether thousands can vote in state and local elections when Kansas holds its primaries next week. Judge Larry Hendricks will review Friday whether Secretary of State Kris Kobach … Continue reading ?

L.A. theater openings, July 31-Aug. 7: 'The Tempest' and more

This week: A new drama about the financial industry, a bloody twist on a Gilbert & Sullivan favorite, and a Shakespeare classic in a sylvan setting. Shakespeare by the Sea Locally touring productions of the Bard’s “Cymbeline” and “Othello.” Various locations; details at

Watch Adele Invite Drag Adele Impersonator To The Stage In Seattle

Earlier this week at a show in Seattle, Adele brought local drag impersonator Kristie Champagne up on stage after noticing her in the crowd. “You look so amazing,” the singer told her. “I really love that dress.” Previously on Adele being obsessed with her impersonators: She based a whole segment promoting her BBC live special […]

Video: Man Tears Down Blue Lives Matter Ribbons In Staten Island

A Staten Island man was shamed on Facebook this week after a video circulated of him walking down a residential street ripping Blue Lives Matter ribbons off of trees and signposts. The cellphone video, filmed by local Steve Worona, escalates...Show More Summary

South Africa's ANC likely to lose local vote in major cities: polls

SOWETO, South Africa (Reuters) - South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) looks likely to lose major urban areas it has held since coming to power in 1994 at the end of apartheid, opinion polls ahead of next week's local elections showed.

I went on a Pokécrawl and all I got was this lousy Bulbasaur

"This is going to be awesome," I thought to myself as I climbed the steep grade up to the statue of Hidalgo in San Francisco's Mission Dolores Park. I was there for a Pokécrawl, you see, but after a week of local news stories and Twitter hype, all signs pointed to it being a circus. And who doesn't love the circus?

No Marijuana In Colorado Town's Water After All, Tests Show

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A Colorado farming town on Saturday ended restrictions put on the local water supply this week after it warned residents to avoid drinking the town’s water because THC, the psychoactive agent in marijuana, was found in a feeder well. The...Show More Summary

Numemberg Blast Kills One, Injures 12; Fourth Attack On Southern Germany In A Week

Local authorities say one person is dead and a dozen injured in an explosion today near Nuremberg, Germany, that appears to be intentional. A police spokesman said the dead man was carrying a backpack with an explosive device and likely...Show More Summary

Teacher Evicted In The Mission For Use Of Appliances In Illegal In-Law Reaches Settlement With Owners

The case of local teacher Michelle Malliet who is being evicted by the new owners of her building was settled out of court this week. [ more › ]

A Tale Of Two P.O.V.s In Philly: As The Local News Reports On Philly Residents Recovering From "A Violent Week", Filled Negro Asks 'The Philadelphia Negro' To LOOK AHEAD As 'Progressive Philly Rising' Seeks To Convince The Black Masses That "Change Is On


5 ways science says you’re screwing up your kids this week.

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It's hard to be a parent in 2016. Sure, in other eras you were more likely to die in childbirth, but in 2016, we have the internet. From horrific local news reports to Pinterest pages from your crafty mommy friends, it's a non-stop barrage of fear and uncertainty—and the worst offenders are scientists. Show More Summary

3 Vital Lessons to Teach Your Child About This Moment in American History—and How They Can Change It!

Undoubtedly, the challenges our nation has seen over the past few weeks and months is reaching a fever pitch.  In many ways, the outrage about the circumstances of unjustified police violence has always simmered at local levels and, sometimes, boiled over into national attention. The recent killings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and the officers Keep Reading ?

Cars burned north of Paris in 3rd night of tension over death in police hands

PARIS (Reuters) - Protesters angered by the death of a man in police hands earlier this week burned cars and garbage bins in an area north of Paris overnight, but tension seemed to be easing despite a third night of unrest, a local official said on Friday.

Marvelena Rady: 3-Year-Old Girl Goes To Dentist Then Rushed To Hospital And Dies — What Happened?

The parents of toddler Marvelena Rady are in shock and mourning this week after the three-year-old little girl went in to a local dental clinic in San Ramon, California — and did not come out alive, according to a report in The San Jose Mercury News. Show More Summary

Woman Found Storing Dead Babies in a Storage Locker Had 9 Abortions

A grisly trial involving a Canadian woman who is accused of keeping dead babies’ bodies in a storage unit is continuing this week. Police brought charges against Andrea Giesbrecht in 2014 after local officials in Winnipeg said they found the bodies of six dead infant babies in her storage locker. Workers at a U-Haul facility […]

The Most Instagrammable Places In Rio, According To Locals

When the 2016 Olympic Games kick off in a couple of weeks, they will play out against the backdrop of the spectacular scenery of Rio de Janeiro. About half a million people will fly into the city from across the globe for the Games,Show More Summary

Is Google becoming more hyperlocal?

Last week, reports surfaced suggesting the possibility that Google has made changes to local map results. As detailed by Search Engine Roundtable’s Barry Schwartz, in... read more

Iran threatens iPhone ban in bid to staunch smuggled smartphone sales

A new anti-smuggling initiative set to debut in Iran later this week could result in an effective iPhone ban until Apple agrees to officially do business in the country as a registered entity, local reports say.

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