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‘There’s Enough Hate’: Tattoo Shop Covers Up Racist Tattoos For Free

A Maryland tattoo shop is removing or covering up racist and gang related tattoos free of charge.   While one might think that this sort of service wouldn’t be very high in demand, Southside Tattoo owner Dave Cutlip said he

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Canadian Theatre Star Richard McMillan Dies At 65

Celebrated Canadian theatre actor Richard McMillan has died at the age of 65.   McMillan died on Sunday in Toronto after a long struggle with thyroid cancer.   Born on March 20, 1951, the actor from the town of Beaverton,

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Lindsay Lohan Says She Was Profiled While Wearing Headscarf

Lindsay Lohan claims she was “racially profiled” while wearing a headscarf at London’s Heathrow Airport.’   The actress told a British talk show that she was stopped while travelling to New York.   She said an airport worker “opened my

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This Hair Dye Changes Colour Depending On The Temperature Around You

A UK firm called The Unseen has revealed hair dye that can change between two colors if the temperature around you alters.   Called Fire, it was unveiled recently to coincide with London Fashion Week. The dyes allow hair to change

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Bieber Under Investigation For Fight At LA Restaurant

Los Angeles authorities say they are investigating a report that Justin Bieber head butted a man during an argument at a Sunset Strip restaurant.   The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department says a witness reported seeing Bieber fighting with two bartenders

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Ottawa Couple Shares Secret To 78-Year-Long Marriage

An Ottawa-area couple who wed more than 78 years ago say the key to their successful marriage was never arguing, combined with daily reminders that they care.   Nelson and Margaret Evoy got married on Oct. 22, 1938. They had

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Swedish Supermarket Tests Lasers To Label Organic Produce

Something high-tech is happening in the produce aisle at some Swedish supermarkets, where laser marks have replaced labels on the organic avocados and sweet potatoes.   Swedish supermarket chain ICA started experimenting in December with “natural branding,” a process that

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Valentine’s Day History

Roman Roots The history of Valentine’s Day is obscure, and further clouded by various fanciful legends. The holiday’s roots are in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually on February 15. Pope Gelasius I recast this

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Milk Vs. Dark Chocolate This Valentine’s Day? Find Out What Science Says

Whether you celebrate or shun Valentine’s Day, there’s a good chance you’ll indulge in some chocolate being passed around today. But should you go for the creamy milk chocolate or the bold, dark flavour? A new video co-produced by the

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George And Amal Clooney Expecting Twins This Summer

George and Amal Clooney may want to share pregnancy notes with Beyonce and Jay Z.   The Clooneys are expecting twins in June, Julie Chen said Thursday on CBS’ “The Talk.” George Clooney told Chen in late January that his

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Canadian Missing Since 2012 Found In Amazon Rainforest

A Canadian man who vanished in 2012 has been found alive in the Amazonian rainforest, after what’s believed to have been a 10,500-kilometre walk to South America.   Anton Pilipa, 39, was found in northern Brazil late last year, homeless,

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Prince Charles’ God-Daughter Tara Palmer-Tomkinson Found Dead

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, former London party girl and a god-daughter of Prince Charles, was found dead at her London home on Wednesday. She was 45.   The prince said in a statement that he and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall,

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Madonna Faced Sharp Questions In Malawi Adoption Process

Madonna was asked “uncomfortable questions” by a judge in Malawi during the pop star’s successful application to adopt more children from the southern African country, according to a court document obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press.   Judge Fiona Mwale

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Canadian Music Takes Centre Stage As Juno Nominations Set To Be Revealed

Some of Canada’s rising stars are expected to get an extra boost today as the Juno Award nominations are unveiled.   The celebration of homegrown music puts a spotlight on performers who have climbed the global charts, as well as

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Pooh The Cat Gets A Pair Of Bionic Legs In Bulgaria

A cat named Pooh has been given a new lease of life in Bulgaria, becoming the country’s first “bionic cat” with a pair of prosthetic hind legs.   Veterinary surgeon Vladislav Zlatinov carried out the operation that in Europe has

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