10 Cars That Really Went Flying off Dealer Lots in 2017

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10 Cars That Really Went Flying off Dealer Lots in 2017

You will see the changes in the year's top 10 in sales. In 2016, Toyota Camry and Corolla both made the top five, with Honda Civic and Accord also among the 10 best sellers. With year's final tally in the books, RAV4 bumped Camry out of the top five while Honda CR-V displaced the brand's top-selling
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Concordia to investigate sexual misconduct allegations in creative writing department

Concordia University has taken steps to address allegations of pervasive sexual misconduct in its creative writing department. In a news conference Wednesday afternoon, Concordia President Alan Shepard said that all forms of sexual misconduct will not be tolerated, adding that the university is
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'Fire and Fury' author Michael Wolff claims responsibility for Bannon's fall

1 on the Amazon books best-sellers list. He has faced a number of questions about his reporting in the wake of the salacious details that have emerged from the book, but has steadfastly stood by his work. White House officials have disputed his claim that he held “something like a semi-permanent seat
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Facebook is testing a new section of the app specifically for local news and events

The question is whether or not the section will benefit local publishers. It's possible that being part of a separate, local section of the app will help drive more traffic back to publishers' stories and websites where they can make money through advertising, but there is no way for publishers to make money
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Emily Koch Introduces Some of Fiction's Most Memorable Narrators

Emily Koch is an award-winning journalist living in Bristol. She is a graduate of the Bath Spa Creative Writing programme. In her debut If I Die Before I Wake, everyone believes Alex is in a coma, unlikely to ever wake up. As his family debate withdrawing life support, and his friends talk about how his
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InMobi Acquires AerServ For $90 Million To Get A Leg Up On In-App Header Bidding

Although header bidding has become de rigueur for desktop, most mobile app publishers still rely on a waterfall setup. That's only natural, Singhal said. The in-app environment presents unique challenges to creating a unified programmatic auction, including the need to run auctions through software
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Creative writing contest accepting entries

GALESBURG — The Galesburg Public Library announces the Big Write, the library's annual creative writing contest. Short stories, poetry and song lyrics are being accepted from adults and those in high school, middle school and third through fifth grade. Cash prizes of $10 to $25 will be awarded to up
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AE Stringer Visiting Writers Series to kick off spring semester celebrating Appalachian identities

He is working on his M.F.A. degree in creative arts (creative nonfiction and fiction) at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Napier's essay Dave was included in the Unbroken Circle anthology that will be featured at this event. Napier is also author of the novels Make Me Pretty Sissy (pending publication) and
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Creative Writing Circle, Storytelling On Artwaves

DNACA Executive Director Stephanie Wenning on the program's impact and teaching artist Barbara Genovese discusses her Creative Writing Circle for veterans and their families to be held every Saturday, Jan. 13-March 3, at the Del Norte Senior Center in Crescent City. Also on Artwaves, musician,
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Is political correctness harmful or helpful to society?

But for scholars like award-winning UTEP creative writing professor Daniel Chacon, political correctness paves the way for respect. “[People] say 'the policing of language,' where as I would say it is a more specific, compassionate way to use language,” said Chacon, co-host of “Words on a Wire.” “In the
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Concordia University president to speak about alleged sexual misconduct in English department

Concordia University president Alan Shepard is poised to speak this afternoon about allegations of sexual misconduct in the English department's creative writing program. Shepard will address the university's response to the allegations, following comments he made Monday on the university's website
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Concordia University says it's taking sex allegations seriously amid new claims

The initial allegations surfaced this week in a post by Mike Spry, a writer and former Concordia student, about the university's creative writing department. Spry, who did not respond to an email seeking comment, alleges that over the years, he witnessed and was made aware of “innumerable instances of
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