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Where to Spend Friday Nights The Miami Design District Performance Series Every Friday, The Palm Court becomes a stage for live musical performances open to the public. With past performances including a Bob Marley tribute by Third World & Jo Marley, salsa singer Luis Enrique, and the Miami Symphony Orchestra, this event promises to kick
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David SilvermanGetty Images In America, there are currently 30 states without full legal protections for LGBTQ people, according to the Human Rights Campaign. That means that, in those states, people can be discriminated against in areas of employment, housing, education, or public accommodation, all on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. This is
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The University of Southern California ranks 22nd in the nation, according to US News and World Report. The school touts some of the country’s top engineering, business, and journalism programs—plus one of the largest international student populations on the West Coast. USC administrators have long dreamed of becoming SoCal’s Stanford(another Harvard of the West), and,
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Jason LaVerisGetty Images Dear Chris “The Best Chris” Evans, We are not mad; we just want to talk. On Twitter today you ranked your choices in the family of chips that comes in the box one’s mom buys to sell at Little League games. You know the one: the assortment case that, depending on one’s
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Ilya S. SavenokGetty Images Jordyn Woods’s return to Instagram and her breakfast meeting with Kylie Jenner seems to mark some positive change after all the Tristan Thompson drama. She came back on Friday to celebrate International Women’s Day on her story, but she also celebrated something else very noticeable: a new haircut. The formerly long-haired
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