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Out of Africa: Daily Mail Australia takes an intimate look inside Jamala Wildlife Lodge where you can sleep with bears, eat with lions and pat sharks

The funds raised from the Lodge will funnel straight back into the zoo's breeding program, in the hope that greater awareness will lend itself to greater preservation of some of the world's rarest animals. 'You get a lot of emotional reward from caring for ... read more

Is Everybody Working for the Weekend?

This is not a typical DKos post (at least, not for me), but this thread over at Kevin Drum's place got me thinking about a very simple question: Do you like your job? I would really love to hear people's thoughts on this topic - and not just in response to ... read more

Don't hang all religions with Islam's radicalisation problem

a commentator on ABC News 24 was heard to say: "We have to empower people in schools, people in mosques, people in churches to be able to see the beginnings of radicalisation." This, perhaps throwaway, comment was evidence of a more widespread response to ... read more

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Come in your pj's and explore fun and relaxing movement, yoga poses, and a story. The class is $15 per family per session and is designed for children ages 2-7 and their parents. Each event is held at the Healthy Life Studio, located at 235 S. read more

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Frugal millionaire who sold app to Snapchat for $54 MILLION plans to pay for his family's round-the-world trip by selling all their belongings

Gee and his co-founders even appeared on the TV ... Instead they launched an upgraded version of the app costing $2 per download which became a global success generating $60,000 per month. Next Gee and his partners sold their company, Scan Inc., to ... read more

I live in Attleboro and I love it. It's a city rich in culture and diversity!

I will always remember her because she used to read to the class every day after lunch. "Charlotte's Web." She was a sweet lady. 4th grade was Mrs. McGuire, who I remember as a pretty blonde. But the thing I remember about her the most was that she WASN'T ... read more

Dec. 4 Obituaries (K - Z)

Robbins, age 51, of Valparaiso, formerly of Gary, passed away at home on Monday, December 2, 2002. He was a member of American Legion ... Church and Chesterton Moose Lodge #1623. Memorials may be made to the Porter County Cancer Society, 1009 N. read more

Abbott shouldn't complain about a carbon tax delay

Prices were never going to plummet in the absence of a carbon tax, so the longer its scrapping is delayed, the longer this reality is kept hidden, writes Mungo MacCallum. Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his ministers are having great fun lambasting Labor's ... read more

Stories for April 2013

posted: 04/30/2013 3:38 a.m. QUOTE OF THE DAY “If ever there ... posted: 04/30/2013 2:38 a.m. BASKETBALL NBA vet says he’s gay NBA veteran Jason Collins became the first active male player in the four major American professional sports to announce ... read more

My Mother: A Slightly Premature Eulogy

Evening has fallen on that renewed bond, as my mother, whose somewhat prudish ways prevented her so much as ever having taken a puff on a cigarette, was diagnosed with lung cancer ... a few years ago while I was caring for her, and tearfully confessed ... read more



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