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Maddalena, 88, and Fortunato Corso, 89, a Bensonhurst couple married 72 years prepare for Valentine's Day with a kiss at home in New York. The couple will be honoured today by Brooklyn borough President Marty Markowitz in a celebration of couples married 50 years or more. The Corso's, who met...
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Most Expensive Liquids And Why Printer Ink Costs So Much - Infographic | Infographic Post
Does anyone have any idea what the most expensive liquids are?!! Do you know how expensive regular printer ink costs by the gallon? I'll bet you did not know that you could buy one gallon of black printer ink for the same price as 982 cartons of milk!!
Toronto band sets Globe and Mail's March 30 edition to music | JIMROMENESKO.COM
Enter the Haggis, a Toronto-based band, has raised over $57,000 through Kickstarter for an album that's based entirely on the March 30 edition of the Globe and Mail. (It's being released on March 30, 2013.) The Globe and Mail's front page headline that day was "Harper's Modest Revolution" and the album's title is "The Modest Revolution."
Tinnitus: MedlinePlus
Do you hear a ringing, roaring, clicking or hissing sound in your ears? Do you hear this sound often or all the time? Does the sound bother you? If you answer is yes, you might have tinnitus. Millions of people in the U.S. have tinnitus.
Police lay first-degree murder charge in death of peace officer near Calgary
RCMP in southern Alberta have charged a man with murder in connection with the death of a retired Mountie who was working as a peace officer. Police say Trevor Kloschinsky, 46, has been charged with first-degree murder.
Michael C. Hall, right, as Dexter Morgan, and Jennifer Carpenter, who plays his sister Debra on the Showtime TV drama. Randy Tepper/Showtime A game-changing development for Dexter Morgan.
London 2012: Canadian-made adhesive holds Olympians and weekend warriors together
Just how popular have SpiderTech adhesive bandages become among Olympic-level athletes in the three years they've been on the market? Before the Toronto-based company could approach Canadian stars like triathlete Simon Whitfield and kayaker Adam van Koeverden about sponsorship, its owners learned the athletes were already wearing the tape, applied strategically to muscles to relieve pain and improve function.
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Where was God in Aurora massacre?
The CNN Belief Blog covers the faith angles of the day\'s biggest stories, from breaking news to politics to entertainment, fostering a global conversation about the role of religion and belief in readers\' lives. It\'s edited by CNN\'s Dan Gilgoff and Eric Marrapodi, with daily contributions from CNN\'s worldwide newsgathering team and frequent posts from religion scholar and author Stephen Prothero.
How to watch a movie: Howell
There’s the couple I sat in front of that wouldn’t shut up. They’re the people who sit in the dark with their smartphones, disturbing others with bright lights. Have we forgotten that we go to movies to escape real life? Toronto Star movie critic sees hundreds of movies a year.
Fight overbooked? You can get a full refund
You arrive at the airport, ready to leave on a trip that you planned long ago. But the flight is overbooked and you are denied boarding. Airlines often sell more seats than they have available on a plane, expecting a few cancellations or no-shows. But if all the scheduled passengers arrive, the airline has to scramble.
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