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Old Money - How treasure from an eighteen-century shipwreck ended up in the hands of a Florida couple
The New Yorker

Old Money - How treasure from an eighteen-century shipwreck ended up in the hands of a Florida couple

How treasure from an eighteenth-century shipwreck ended up in the hands of a Florida couple.

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July 29, 2024
Conscience with Love for Peace - Loveforce can be learned, and I guide people to experience it in the "Be the Love"
Heartfulness eMagazine

Conscience with Love for Peace - Loveforce can be learned, and I guide people to experience it in the "Be the Love"

Sofia Stril-Rever shares her experience of the Mahotsav in Kanha Shanti Vanam at the United Nations, during International Day of Conscience with Love for Peace on April 5, 2024. Her call to action is to turn planet Earth into planet love.

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July 2024
Biden drops out of 2024 race after disastrous debate inflamed age concerns. VP Harris gets his nod
Scoop USA Newspaper

Biden drops out of 2024 race after disastrous debate inflamed age concerns. VP Harris gets his nod

President Joe Biden dropped out of the 2024 race for the White House on Sunday, ending his bid for reelection following a debate with disastrous Donald Trump that raised doubts about his fitness for office just four months before the election.

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
Kool Kids Foundation raises money for music education, Kool & The Gang founder giving back locally
Scoop USA Newspaper

Kool Kids Foundation raises money for music education, Kool & The Gang founder giving back locally

Congratulations go out to \"Abbott Elementary\" for its nine Emmy nominations, which include, Philly's own Quinta Brunson for Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series.

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
CAN'T STOP ROLLING
Fast Company

CAN'T STOP ROLLING

MOBILE GAME MAKER SCOPELY TOOK IN $2 BILLION IN JUST 10 MONTHS FROM ITS HIT GAME MONOPOLY GO. PLAYERS, IT SEEMS, ARE ADDICTED TO THE FUN.

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Summer 2024
The brilliant Dr. Amos Wilson and the Seven Constants (Pt 1)
Scoop USA Newspaper

The brilliant Dr. Amos Wilson and the Seven Constants (Pt 1)

“How different would our education be if we went to school to learn how to create jobs for ourselves?” Dr. Amos Wilson

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
Campus Radicals
Fast Company

Campus Radicals

Welcome to UATX, Austin's new well-funded and controversial anti-woke university.

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Summer 2024
Democrats in Philly are working hard to get out the vote, So says Chairman Bob Brady
Scoop USA Newspaper

Democrats in Philly are working hard to get out the vote, So says Chairman Bob Brady

How important is a political machine in any town? I would think, very important. Philadelphia is a heavily Democratic City, and nine times out of ten, Democrats always win big in our town.

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
Donald Trump takes us for fools when he says he knows nothing about 'Project 2025'
Scoop USA Newspaper

Donald Trump takes us for fools when he says he knows nothing about 'Project 2025'

As much as we know by now about Donald Trump's creative approach to facts, even the man whom Iate-night host Jimmy Kimmel calls \"'Rant-a-Claus\" can go a fib too far.

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
A Lousy Bet
Fast Company

A Lousy Bet

Sportsbooks, leagues, and networks: the new unholy alliance to promote legal gambling.

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Summer 2024
Navigating the Path to Personal and Professional Achievement
Scoop USA Newspaper

Navigating the Path to Personal and Professional Achievement

Success is a multifaceted concept that means different things to different people.

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
So much at stake, including our Homeless
Scoop USA Newspaper

So much at stake, including our Homeless

Coming off of a week where Republicans gathered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for the Republican National Convention and witnessing them nominate Donald Trump as their nominee for President, my head, as a journalist, as a broadcaster, as a columnist, my cup of breaking news stories is running over, and my head is spinning.

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
Giving children something to do!
Scoop USA Newspaper

Giving children something to do!

Summer is in full gear, and “Our Children” should be basking in pure joy! Greetings, my Brothers and Sisters, Ladies and Gentlemen, and All of the SCOOP USA Family!

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ScoopUSA Media, Volume 64 - Number 31
What Went Wrong at 23 and Me
Fast Company

What Went Wrong at 23 and Me

The company's DNA spit tests were going to remake healthcare. The science proved more complicated.

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Summer 2024
Toxic-Workplace Avenger
Fast Company

Toxic-Workplace Avenger

Her landmark lawsuit helped ignite the Me Too movement. Gretchen Carlson is now on a crusade to protect all workers.

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Summer 2024
INNOVATION BY DESIGN
Fast Company

INNOVATION BY DESIGN

For 13 years, our Innovation by Design Awards have been shining a light on stunning creations. The following pages highlight 20 of this year's winning projects, from an app that helps resettle political refugees to a massive restoration project in Detroit. Plus, a list of winners and finalists in all 50 categories.

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Summer 2024
A minimum hourly wage law for NYC delivery workers has boosted their pay-but not everyone is reaping the benefits.
Fast Company

A minimum hourly wage law for NYC delivery workers has boosted their pay-but not everyone is reaping the benefits.

$19.56, the hard way

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Summer 2024
IT'S A TOUGH JOB BUT GENZ NEEDS TO DO IT
Fast Company

IT'S A TOUGH JOB BUT GENZ NEEDS TO DO IT

HOW DAVID HOGG IS RALLYING YOUNG PEOPLE TO PURSUE ONE OF THE TOUGHEST AND MOST IMPORTANT CAREERS IN AMERICA: POLITICS.

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Summer 2024
Your Next Assistant May Be a Bot - For decades, we've been waiting for technology that can handle tasks for us
Entrepreneur US

Your Next Assistant May Be a Bot - For decades, we've been waiting for technology that can handle tasks for us

For decades, we've been waiting for technology that can handle tedious, time-consuming tasks for us. Finally, we're on the verge of getting it.

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July - August 2024
How Jet Democratized the Thirst Trap
The New Yorker

How Jet Democratized the Thirst Trap

When I was growing up, in the early two-thousands, I knew of only one way that a mere mortal could be pictured in a bikini for paying subscribers.

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July 29, 2024
GOINGS ON
The New Yorker

GOINGS ON

What we're watching, listening to, and doing this week.

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July 29, 2024
THE BRINK OF WAR
The New Yorker

THE BRINK OF WAR

Will Hezbollah's border fight with Israel lead to a wider conflict?

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July 29, 2024
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE YUPPIE?
The New Yorker

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE YUPPIE?

In 1979, an article by Blake Fleetwood in the Times Magazine reported a surprising phenomenon: young people were moving to big cities like New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

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July 29, 2024
OVERCORRECTION
The New Yorker

OVERCORRECTION

On the abolition of prisons.

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July 29, 2024
WRITING PROMPTS
The New Yorker

WRITING PROMPTS

Take a walk in your neighborhood while pushing your baby who refuses to nap in a stroller.

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July 29, 2024
Abject Naturalism + Sarah Braunstein
The New Yorker

Abject Naturalism + Sarah Braunstein

The baby's father left before the Cesarean incision had fully healed, when it was still a raised red line, tender to the touch, glistening with Vitamin E oil. Perfidy!

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July 29, 2024
HEAVY WEATHER
The New Yorker

HEAVY WEATHER

Some first-generation disaster films were real-life disasters for their actors. D. W. Griffith's 1920 melodrama \"Way Down East,\" featuring the climactic rescue of a woman being carried off on an ice floe in raging currents, was filmed in a real river after a real blizzard.

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July 29, 2024
DEAD RECKONING
The New Yorker

DEAD RECKONING

At the Sphere, a fan wrestles with what the Grateful Dead have left behind.

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July 29, 2024
A YOUNG ARTIST
The New Yorker

A YOUNG ARTIST

An Italian widow is still discovering the joy of painting at ninety-three.

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July 29, 2024
BIZARRE REALITY
The New Yorker

BIZARRE REALITY

Julio Torres's \"Fantasmas\" finds truth in fantasy.

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July 29, 2024

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