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T.J. Turner stands in his yard in Yellow Springs, Ohio, on May 27 near a sign protesting the practice of fracking, a process used to extract oil or natural gas from hard rock formations. Turner was approached by a salesman for an energy exploration company to lease rights for drilling on his property.

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Land Rush In Eastern Ohio A Boon For The Economy

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Cocaine Eric Clapton
My Lady Carey's Dompe Philip Pickett & Richard Thompson
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Straight, No Chaser Keith Jarrett
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In 1968, a year after the release of the film Guess Who's Coming To Dinner, a Gallup Poll revealed that just 20 percent of Americans thought it was OK for a white person to marry a black person. According to a recent 2011 Gallup Poll, 96 percent of African-Americans and 84 percent of whites accept the idea.

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The Changing Face Of Seeing Race

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Turning Roger Eno
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GITANOS CAFE NOIR

Holding Out For ... What Again? A remake of 1984's Footloose (with Kevin Bacon) has some fans crying foul — but if Aretha Franklin can earn respect with an Otis Redding song, why can't Hollywood take a second look at something?

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Remakes Rethink: Is Hollywood Really Out Of Ideas?

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The Second Time Around Joshua Redman
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The Damelin Shauli Einav

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain participates in a presidential debate at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., on Tuesday.

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Cain Says He's Not Just A Flavor Of The Week

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Face of the Earth Plan D
(Who Ate The) Layer Cake? Stanton Moore Trio
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LOST GIRL MANDO MAFIA
Zig Zag Marcos Pin Trio
M.A.Y. IN THE BACKYARD RYUICHI SAKAMOTO
Dirt The Penguin Cafe Orchestra
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Cedar Tree Russell Malone
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Gran's Blues Matt Eakle
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WINDOW ON THE DEEP BJ COLE

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