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Roofing Industry Comes Together To Support Victims Of Nepal Earthquake

Around the world, there are more than 50,000 businesses providing roofing, siding, and sheet metal contracting work, and many of them are chipping in ...
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A Dead Raccoon Sat for 12 Hours on a Toronto Sidewalk – Here’s How Twitter Reacted

Apparently all it took to unite Twitter users from Toronto was a dead raccoon. The animal was found on July 9 at the corner of Church and Yonge Street...
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French Photographer Unearths Old Photo Depicting a Dying Chinese Wedding Tradition

A French photography collector living in China made a surprising discovery about Chinese weddings held in the 1980s and 1990s. Thomas Sauvin unearthed...
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Taboo Medical Topics in India Are Starting To Be Discussed Openly, Thanks to a New App

A new startup company focused on increasing healthcare communication in India has hit a major milestone recently: Lybrate, a company that likens itsel...
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As Drought Continues, California Landscapers Switch Up Techniques

Landscapers in Coachella Valley are finding themselves having to employ water-conservation gardening techniques as California’s severe drought i...
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Why Women Should Start Shaving Their Faces

Shaving isn’t just a fast, easy way to get rid of unwanted hair in less than 10 minutes. It also has a ton of other benefits, which is precisely...
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Activists Could Change the Way Dog Breeders Do Business

In previous years, municipalities have sought to regulate the breeding of so-called aggressive dogs, such as pit bulls or German shepherds. But now lo...
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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Went ‘Glamping’ on Fourth of July — and Got Married!

Fans of That ’70s Show may be happy to know that the real life Jackie and Kelso tied the knot during Fourth of July weekend. Actors Ashton Kutch...
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How Millennials Are Remodeling Their Homes

Data on millennial homeowners has been had to come by, especially as younger people have delayed homebuying (the Joint Center for Housing Studies of H...
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Traditional Warehousing Services Beware: Snowflake Computing Is on the Move

By the power of natural design, no two snowflakes are the same. That’s the idea behind the new data warehousing business Snowflake Computing, which ...