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ellendegeneres:

This poor little kangaroo just couldn’t jump as high as her buddy. Fortunately, she still won something.

ellendegeneres:

This poor little kangaroo just couldn’t jump as high as her buddy. Fortunately, she still won something.

1 year ago
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huffposttv:

I BELIEVE IN A THING CALLED LOVE

Thanks to these 15 TV couples, including the three above, we here at HuffPost TV believe love is alive this Valentine’s Day … at least on TV.

Who’s your favorite TV couple?

1 year ago
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accuweather:


Fresh Northeast Snow Just in Time for Christmas


A last-minute snowstorm will allow more of the Northeast to experience a white Christmas after all.

accuweather:

A last-minute snowstorm will allow more of the Northeast to experience a white Christmas after all.

1 year ago
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pritheworld:

The Reindeer Peoples of the World

Jonathan Mazower, advocacy director for Survival International talks about the important role that reindeer play in many Arctic cultures.

Some indigenous tribes including the Innu of Labrador and Québec are struggling to maintain caribou herds in the face of development and climate change.

1 year ago
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nprmusic:

Take a minute to remember the artists we lost in 2012 and the music they left behind. 

nprmusic:

Take a minute to remember the artists we lost in 2012 and the music they left behind

(via thedailyfeed)

1 year ago
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nycgov:

A festive Merry Christmas card from 1910, via the nypl:

It’s a Christmas-themed Caturday, with this 1910 postcard from our Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection. The card depicts a wide-eyed, well-dressed kitty wishing the card’s recipient a merry Christmas. Oddly, the back of the card reveals that the card was sent from an “Aunt Pelara” in August of 1910. Yes, August. Well, whatever! It’s still cute, and is purrrrfect for the last Caturday before Christmas. Speaking of Christmas, just a reminder, NYPL is closed on Tuesday, Dec. 25, for the holiday. But our eBooks will still be available. Happy Caturday!

nycgov:

A festive Merry Christmas card from 1910, via the nypl:

It’s a Christmas-themed Caturday, with this 1910 postcard from our Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection. The card depicts a wide-eyed, well-dressed kitty wishing the card’s recipient a merry Christmas. Oddly, the back of the card reveals that the card was sent from an “Aunt Pelara” in August of 1910. Yes, August. Well, whatever! It’s still cute, and is purrrrfect for the last Caturday before Christmas. Speaking of Christmas, just a reminder, NYPL is closed on Tuesday, Dec. 25, for the holiday. But our eBooks will still be available. Happy Caturday!

1 year ago
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nycgov:

Mayor Bloomberg thanks volunteers serving meals at annual Christmas Eve Lunch for the Homeless at City Hall Restaurant.

nycgov:

Mayor Bloomberg thanks volunteers serving meals at annual Christmas Eve Lunch for the Homeless at City Hall Restaurant.

1 year ago
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nbcnightlynews:

Crowds surround the Rockefeller Center tree on Christmas Eve 2012

nbcnightlynews:

Crowds surround the Rockefeller Center tree on Christmas Eve 2012

1 year ago
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usatodaysports:

Merry Christmas, from the Bryant family.

usatodaysports:

Merry Christmas, from the Bryant family.

1 year ago
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