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Dear Partner in Innovation:We’d like to extend an opportunity for your company to participate in an impactful way in a new, transformative and as yet untapped marketing opportunity.First, a little about this exciting field. For decades, hurricanes have been given names so meteorologists and the general public can better keep track of them. More recently, The Weather Channel – though not the stodgy friends National Weather Service – has begun naming...

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I am ready for Spring to arrive.  While here in the Missouri Ozarks there hasn’t been as much snow as what Boston, Massachusetts has had to put up with, I am tired of the cold temperatures and ready for the warmer temps of spring and summer...

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I heard the crinkle of paper wrapping coming from my mother’s bedroom, where she was relaxing with a good book while I was supposedly taking an enforced nap.

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This month, people around the world will witness something that occurs only once a century. No, not a comet, eclipse or anything of that nature, but still science related: On March 14, at 9:26 a.m. (and 53 seconds), the date and time will reflect...

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The question, for all practical purposes, is no longer whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took part in the Boston Marathon bombing. It's whether he deserves to die for it.

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Five months ago, Scandal's Mellie was Smelly Mellie -- inconsolably

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Many of you have turned against the ever-popular potato, since joining the low-carb bandwagon, but spuds really can be part of your healthful diet plan, especially when eaten with the skin on. They’re rich in vitamin C, potassium and even provide...

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