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March 8: International Women’s Day

March 8, 2012

From the CBC: Building on a 101-year-old tradition, International Women's Day, is being celebrated Thursday under the banner to connect with girls and inspire their futures. Over one million men and women honoured the day for the first time in 1911...

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Report: NY Gazillionaires’ Forced Labor Slave

March 2, 2012

What century are we in again? It looks like a castle from the outside, but federal authorities say life inside was not a happy fairy tale for an illegal immigrant held in a "forced labor situation" to do housework and child care by the lady of the ...

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3-Year-old Gets ‘Tiger Bread’ Renamed

February 20, 2012

Cute: 'Sainsbury's is renaming its tiger bread after a letter a three-year-old girl wrote to the company, saying the bread looked more like a giraffe, went viral. In May 2011, Lily Robinson wrote to the supermarket, suggesting that the bread should ...

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Happy Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2012

We were going to post something about the St. Valentine's Day Massacre - but we got all soft and squishy. (Could have been the marshmallow and rum toddies we had for lunch.) From our very recently released Uncle John's 24-Karat Gold Bathroom Reader ...

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