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LBJ Library Beatles Exhibit

Ladies and Gentlemen…The Beatles! is a traveling exhibit curated by the GRAMMY Museum® and Fab Four Exhibits that explores the impact The Beatles’ arrival had on American pop culture, including fashion, art, advertising, media and music, from early 1964 through mid-1966 – when the British boy band was at its peak. 113 more words

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Zach Theatre Raffle

Enjoy the theater and arrive in style with the Zach Scott Theatre Mercedes Benz Raffle.
Founded in 1932, ZACH Theatre is the longest continuously running theatre company in the state of Texas, and one of the ten oldest in the country. 159 more words

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Merger of Real estate companies underway

A MERGER of three real estate agencies in Singapore – Global Property Strategic Alliance (GPS Alliance), MORE Property and Trillion Property – is said to be underway, and another three other agencies could possibly join in the union. 889 more words

Advocates want social, emotional learning in schools

BOSTON, Mass. (WWLP) – As we see school shootings taking place across the country, supporters believe they have come up with a program that can help combat bullying. 237 more words

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The Strippers

Description: A girl wakes up tied to a chair after a long night of drinking. What has happened?

Note: This was written for a writing challenge where the theme was “Ambiance.” Hope you like it. 1,225 more words

Measuring The Accuracy Of A Rubidium Standard

A rubidium standard, or rubidium atomic clock, is a high accuracy frequency and time standard, usually accurate to within a few parts in 1011. This is still several orders of magnitude less than some of the more accurate standards – for example the NIST-F1 has an uncertainty of 5×10-16 (It is expected to neither gain nor lose a second in nearly 100 million years) and the more recent NIST-F2 has an uncertainty of 1×10-16 (It is expected to neither gain nor lose a second in nearly 300 million years). 643 more words

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"They mean everything to me." Meals on Wheels gives back to those in need

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Michael Tingley spends his Wednesday morning driving through the streets of Terre Haute.

“I thought it would be a great opportunity to volunteer, do something for somebody else,” he said. 373 more words

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