Tired of being single? You may need to leave N.J., new study says

Tired of being single? You may need to leave N.J., new study says
Being single in New Jersey appears to be tough. Yes, love is apparently more readily available in those metropolitan areas than New Jersey cities, like Jersey City (ranked 73rd best place for singles) and Newark (94th). So how did WalletHub, a personal …
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Amazing Ways That ‘Star Trek’ Changed the World
The idea that Star Trek has changed the world might sound as farfetched as some of the USS Enterprise’s spacefaring missions, but the truth is that the science fiction series has directly or indirectly impacted both our present and future. It seems …
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Penn State Institute for CyberScience to Exhibit at SC17
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Press Kit Materials are Available at: http://www.tradeshownews.com/events/sc17/ics-psu/ About Penn State Institute for CyberScience The Institute for CyberScience (ICS) supports and promotes interdisciplinary research …
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The politics of being Norman in the reign of Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy (r. 942–996)

The politics of being Norman in the reign of Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy (r. 942–996)
Abstract: In 966, by the end of the reign of its third duke, Richard I, Normandy had overcome the crises that had beset it in the middle of the century. Much of this success came from the coherence of its ruling group, which expressed itself partly …
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Exclusive: A Warwick Politics professor just used a ‘BREXIT IS SHIT’ slide in his lecture
In response to the Daily Mail’s ‘witch hunt for Remainer universities’ A Politics lecturer at Warwick, gave a lecture today mocking the Daily Mail’s “witch hunt for ‘Remainer’ universities.” Steven Kettell, the Associate Professor in Politics and …
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You’re Invited: Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics 2016-2018 Conference
This coming weekend will see the celebration of Maria Thereza Alves as recipient of The Vera List Center’s Prize for Art and Politics, a screening of Yoko Ono’s The Third Eye, a panel discussion between Alves and Ruth Wilson Gilmore, and the …
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Lucky Foo’s hip without being hipster

cusineLucky Foo’s hip without being hipster
RJ food critic Heidi Rinella takes you inside your favorite Vegas eateries and let’s you know what’s worth the bite. Hungry for … The only dish that didn’t seem quite right was the Cheese Mazemen ($ 10), a sort of Japanese-fusion take on macaroni and …
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Downtown Philadelphia Mall Will Get Major Makeover
“The project will offer a fusion of outlet retail taking the form of luxury and moderate brands, traditional mall retail, popular flagship retail, artisanal food experiences and entertainment offerings,” PREIT reps said in a statement. Joseph F …
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Benu the Cookbook is Gorgeous (But Not to Be Cooked From)
San Francisco’s Benu has been praised for its groundbreaking Asian-fusion cuisine since it opened in 2010 – though Lee admits he doesn’t love that description. He prefers to say “the cooking at Benu often explores how Asian flavors, ideas, and …
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