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Veteran's Job Held At The University Of Chicago
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Operation Veteran Career Fair Today In Port Huron

St. Clair County Department of Veterans Affairs presents a career fair today (11/12) from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The job fair for veterans, active duty military members, guard and reserve members, and military spouses and the general public is at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Port Huron at 800 Harker Street.

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The Who Plays Brisbane
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High Tech Addition To The Who’s 50th Anniversary [Video]

I’ve always enjoyed The Who’s music and the artwork/graphic designs used by the band over the years. Now here in 2014, a new element has been added to The Who’s 50th anniversary, it’s a interactive app. The Who Immersive App is full of all sorts of great visuals from the past 50 years from the beginning when they came on the music scene in London as the Detours.

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Reflections Of Vietnam On Veteran’s Day

On this Veteran’s Day it reminds me about going off to serve my country. When all my friends were drafted to fight in the Vietnam War and I wasn’t, I visited the local draft board in Lapeer and found out that Beulah Steinberg the head of the draft board had been putting my name to the back of the index card file because she liked listening to me on the radio. I asked her to put my card to the front and I was Vietnam bound

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David Gilmour Thinks Most Modern Music Is ‘Very Formulaic’

After the 20-year hiatus that followed 1994's 'The Division Bell,' there was clearly plenty of pent-up demand for new music from Pink Floyd, but guitarist David Gilmour thinks that isn't the only reason for the massive pre-order sales that greeted the band's new 'Endless River' album.

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President Obama Lays Wreath At Tomb Of The Unknowns At Arlington Nat'l Cemetery
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Veteran’s Day Ceremony In Lapeer

It’s Veterans Day, the national holiday set aside to honor the men and women who served the United States in war. Armistice Day, was established in 1926 to recognize the end of fighting in World War I at 11am, November 11, 1918. President Eisenhower renamed the observance to “Veterans Day" after World War II.

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Foo Fighters Drummer Says U2′s New Album ‘Sounds Like a Fart’

As if being ripped apart by both Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne wasn't humiliating enough, now U2 are being slammed by the Foo Fighters' drummer for having the audacity to give away their new album to anyone with an iTunes account two months ago.

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