Celebrity Obits Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2018

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Celebrity obituaries from around the world including sports stars, writers, politicians, actors, judges, cartoonists, and directors among others. November 1 Carlo Giuffrè, 89, Italian actor (The Railroad Man, The Girl with the Pistol, Poker in Bed) and stage director.[1] Vladimir Tutunnik (ru), 64, Russian stage director and television actor.[2] October 31 Anneliese Albrecht (de), …

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Celebrity Obits from Around the World Oct 26-30, 2018

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Some we knew, some we didn’t. Some were a shock. Some were expected. Other were an education. October 30 David Cherkasski (uk), 87, Ukrainian animator (Adventures of Captain Wrongel, Treasure Island).[1] Jin Yong, 94, Hong Kong novelist (Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils), essayist and newspaper proprietor (Ming Pao).[2] Rico J. Puno, 65, Filipino pop …

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(Pictorial) Red-Spotted Newt

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The Red-Spotted Newt, part of the Eastern Newt family is found in eastern North America. It frequents small lakes, ponds, and streams or near-by wet forests. The eastern newt produces tetrodotoxin which makes the species unpalatable to predatory fish and crayfish. It has a lifespan of 12 to 15 years in the wild, and may grow …

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Celebrity Obits from Around the World Oct. 11-17

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Some were more famous than others but they all made their mark on the world. October 17 Valters Frīdenbergs (lv), 30, Latvian musician (Valters and Kaža), contestant of Eurovision Song Contest 2005, cancer.[1] Oli Herbert, 48, American heavy metal guitarist (All That Remains).[2] 16 Ismail Amat, 83, Chinese politician, Chairman of Xinjiang (1979–1985), State Councillor (1993–2003).[3] …

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(Pictorial) St. Louis’ Gateway Arch Is a Panoramic Look at the City

Photos by David D.Taylor

The Gateway Arch National Park, standing tall at 630 feet, formerly known as the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial until 2018, is an American national park located in St. Louis, Missouri, near the starting point of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The Gateway Arch and its immediate surroundings were initially designated as a national memorial by executive order 7523 on December 21, 1935, and redesignated …

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