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2013-03-12 23:01:18

Lincoln Artisans Gallery, a local art gallery in the heart of Lincoln County, GA, along with Lincoln County Elementary School is celebrating Youth Art Month in March with an exhibit created by the local youth. Lincolnton, GA (PRWEB) March 12, 2013 Lincoln Artisans, a local art gallery in Lincoln County, GA, is offering a youth created art exhibit, on March 21st through March 27th, in celebration of March´s Youth Art Month. Lincoln Artisans teamed up with the local Lincoln County...

2013-03-08 23:04:11

The latest of the budget gyms in Newcastle to join forces with the fast-growing network payasUgym.com is Newburn Activity Centre. London, UK (PRWEB) March 08, 2013 The centre is just 15 minutes from Newcastle City centre on the banks of the River Tyne in the beautiful Tyne Valley. Offering a huge variety of both indoor and outdoor activities, Newburn is a budget gym with everything that the bigger gyms offer. Impulse Fitness at the Newburn centre incorporates an impressive range of...

King Richard III Was Not A Psychopath, As Portrayed By Shakespeare
2013-03-04 12:52:54

Lawrence LeBlond for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Richard III, who ruled England from 1483 until his death in 1485, when he died in the Battle of Bosworth Field, has been featured in popular culture for centuries. He was first and foremost portrayed in Shakespeare´s 1592 play Richard III as a villainous psychopath who would stop at nothing to claw his way to power. But according to new research from the University of Leicester, psychologists are painting an entirely...


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Canvey Island Monster
2013-08-01 12:07:38

In November 1953, a carcass of a strange looking creature washed up on the shore of Canvey Island, England. Another carcass was found in August 1954. The Canvey Island Monster was the name given to this creature. The 1953 carcass was 2.4 feet in length with bulging eyes, gills, and thick reddish brown skin. Its feet were shaped like a horseshoe with five toes, but lacked arms and hands. The remains were considered no threat so it was cremated. The second carcass was similar in looks but...

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