Fire burns home of late singer Johnny Cash

Wednesday, April 11, 2007 A fast-moving fire engulfed the home of late singer Johnny Cash on Tuesday. The lake-side home, located in Hendersonville, Tennessee, was the home of the late singer and his wife, June Carter, from the late 1960s until their deaths in 2003. The home was purchased by former Bee Gees singer Barry

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National Museum of Scotland reopens after three-year redevelopment

Friday, July 29, 2011 Today sees the reopening of the National Museum of Scotland following a three-year renovation costing £47.4 million (US$ 77.3 million). Edinburgh’s Chambers Street was closed to traffic for the morning, with the 10am reopening by eleven-year-old Bryony Hare, who took her first steps in the museum, and won a competition organised

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A Best Way To Check The History Of Used Cars

Read More About: Used Cars Warrnambool Best Geelong Used Cars A Best Way to Check the History of Used Cars by Used Cars Ireland As you have decided to buy a used car in Ireland and you need to verify car\’s history. Remember, it is very important to verify history of used car before you

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Camel Rock Festival held in Scilly

Wednesday, September 14, 2005 The August Bank Holiday weekend, as usual, played host to many festivals and musical events around the UK, not least the Camel Rock Festival held at Porthcressa on the Isles of Scilly. But will it be the last? Local bands included those formed at the Five Islands’ School, the members of

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Email Marketing For Restaurants

Read More About: Menu For Restaurants United Kingdom Hungry Human Email Marketing For Restaurants by RBurko Email marketing is quite clearly the best marketing technique for restaurants of all types. Whether your restaurant is fast-food, fine-dining or anything in the middle, you can profit greatly from email marketing’s minimal pricing structure and highly effective targeting.

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International experts probe deadly Ebola Reston virus outbreak in Philippine pigs

Thursday, January 8, 2009 Global animal and health authorities’ emergency mission to the Philippines is investigating whether the strain of deadly Ebola Reston virus, recently discovered in dead pigs, poses a threat to human health. Unlike more-deadly strains of Ebola virus, Philippine health officials say this particular strain, known as the Reston ebolavirus, has never

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