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Watch Cats Treat Each Other Badly in Gone Girl — with Cats

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Watch Cats Treat Each Other Badly in Gone Girl — with Cats
"Amy lost a lot of cat nip in there." Uh oh
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Velazquez's rides

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Velazquez's rides
Jockey John Velazquez's mounts for this weekend's Breeders' Cup:

New Orleans earns first road win of season, 28-10 over Carolina

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New Orleans earns first road win of season, 28-10 over Carolina
Drew Brees and the Saints proved they know how to win big games on the road.

Game updates: Clippers vs. Thunder

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Game updates: Clippers vs. Thunder
Clippers 70, Thunder 62 (end of third quarter)

L.A. County's Prop. P would levy tax for parks, conservation work

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L.A. County's Prop. P would levy tax for parks, conservation work
Along with casting their votes for a new supervisor, sheriff and assessor Nov. 4, Los Angeles County voters will decide whether to tax themselves to pay for park and conservation projects across the region.


Villanova business school receives $2 million gift

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RADNOR Villanova University has received a $2 million commitment from Villanova School of Business professor Robert L. Nydick, his wife, Susan, and their sons, Robert ... more

Neshaminy principal addresses inappropriate posts

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BUCKS COUNTY Neshaminy principal addresses posts LANGHORNE Neshaminy High School's principal sent an e-mail to parents this week urging them to check their children's smartphones ... more

Junior lawyers aim to inspire pupils to study law

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The Magna Cartas 800th anniversary will be used to kindle an interest in law among pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds Read more stories about studying law ... more

Effective teaching: 10 tips on what works and what doesnt

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A new report from the Sutton Trust has reviewed the evidence around successful teaching practices. Here are the key points you need to know Continue ... more

How to InterRail on a student budget

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InterRailing is an easy way to travel around Europe. Heres how to save on the essentials so theres money left to enjoy yourself Continue reading...

Once a crusader against big money, Gov. Brown is collecting millions

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Once a crusader against big money, Gov. Brown is collecting millions
Twenty years ago, one of the first callers to Jerry Brown's radio show, "We the People," asked whether campaign money had influenced him as governor ... more

Doctors learn to push back, gently, against anti-vaccination movement

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Doctors learn to push back, gently, against anti-vaccination movement
The doctors shifted nervously in their seats as the sharp-tongued questioner scanned the room.

China gets silence from Hong Kong tycoons instead of vocal support

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China gets silence from Hong Kong tycoons instead of vocal support
With a $32-billion fortune and business interests as diverse as supermarkets and ports, Asia's richest man, Li Ka-shing, would seem to have little to fret ... more

Downtown L.A. speakeasy rests easy — for now

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Downtown L.A. speakeasy rests easy — for now
The booze flowed freely during Prohibition in the basement speakeasy at the Rosslyn Hotel annex in downtown Los Angeles.

Prominent Hong Kong activist says protesters need to unify, strategize

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Prominent Hong Kong activist says protesters need to unify, strategize
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protest organizers need to rethink their strategy and bring disparate factions together under a new structure to help lead the movement forward, ... more

Chat & Chow: Restaurant-Hopping With the Author of ‘The Cuban Table’

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Chat & Chow: Restaurant-Hopping With the Author of ‘The Cuban Table’
A yen for authenticity: visiting Cuban restaurants with Ana Sofía Peláez, the daughter of Cuban immigrants and author of the new cookbook “The Cuban Table.”

Wine School: Wine School: Rioja

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Wine School: Wine School: Rioja
To understand the arc of Rioja’s evolution, we will explore traditional Rioja Reservas, wines aged for at least three years.

Reinventing pump house as eatery proves daunting

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Maybe it's not really La Peg's fault. It's still getting its sea legs - perhaps "river legs" would be a better descriptor - at the ... more

Table Talk: A new burger bar

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Another day, it seems, another "better-burger" shop. New in the frying pan is Grub Burger Bar, a rising chain out of College Station, Texas.

Eat: In Cooking, Good Ingredients Gone ‘Bad’ Can Still Be Delicious

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Eat: In Cooking, Good Ingredients Gone ‘Bad’ Can Still Be Delicious
Mixing old foods with new to make everything from cakes and corn breads to chilaquiles.

Shows: ‘New Territories’ Brings Latin American Ingenuity to the Museum of Arts and Design

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Shows: ‘New Territories’ Brings Latin American Ingenuity to the Museum of Arts and Design
An exhibition dedicated to contemporary Latin American design, craft and art opens in New York.

On Location: A Harlem Brownstone Is Renovated to Make Room for Tea

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A whitewashed brownstone in Harlem, where the rooms have names and the chai is brewed to perfection.

Q&A: Bat Man and His Friends

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Q&A: Bat Man and His Friends
Robert Mies, of the Organization for Bat Conservation, wants you to love bats as much as he does. (They’re good for your garden.)

Houses: An Energy-Efficient Home Celebrates the Dutch Landscape

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Houses: An Energy-Efficient Home Celebrates the Dutch Landscape
Designed by UNStudio, the house near the sea has a skin that looks like wind rippling through dunes.

At Home With Brandy Burre: ‘The Wire’ Actress, Long Retired, Is Back in a Film About Herself

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At Home With Brandy Burre: ‘The Wire’ Actress, Long Retired, Is Back in a Film About Herself
Seven years ago, Brandy Burre abandoned New York City and a promising career for a life of artisanal parenthood. She is now performing the hardscrabble ... more

T Magazine: Finding Solace in Artistry

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T Magazine: Finding Solace in Artistry
The Los Angeles artist Alex Israel sees a vivid exuberance in Terrance Hayes’s reflection on the comforts and perils of taking refuge in art.

In Transit Blog: Taylor Swift Welcomes You to New York

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In Transit Blog: Taylor Swift Welcomes You to New York
The singer Taylor Swift has been named New York’s “global welcome ambassador’ by the city’s tourism group.

The Week in Pictures

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The Week in Pictures
Lava creeps towards Hawaiian homes, internet tax lights up Hungary, space rocket goes up in flames, Beluga whale gives birth and more.

A 3-cent tooth whitener and 7 other surprising uses for hydrogen peroxide

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A 3-cent tooth whitener and 7 other surprising uses for hydrogen peroxide
There’s a good chance you have a little brown bottle of hydrogen peroxide in your bathroom right now — but you probably don’t use it ... more