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The rise of social supermarkets: 'It's not about selling cheap food, but building strong communities'  The Guardian

Millions of Britons struggle to put food on the table. Are social supermarkets, where surplus stock from big retailers is discounted, the solution?

Things to do for May 19-20 - News

SUN., MAY 19Tall Ship Nao Santa Maria: Docked through May 19 at the Port City Marina, 10 Harnett St., downtown Wilmington. A replica of Christopher ...

An American 'iconic invention': Now chained to a Philly signpost, guarding your precious parking spot

Utilities and government agencies buy traffic cones by the tens of thousands. Many are destroyed in the line of duty. But many go AWOL, purloined to pursue ...

Glad indigenous artists have a canvas in Las Cruces  Las Cruces Sun-News

No one should feel threatened by this — unless it's inherently threatening when people who are different try to express themselves.

How Supreme went from a small skateboarding store in New York to an $1 billion streetwear company with a cult-like following among teens  Business Insider

James Jebbia established Supreme in 1994 in New York. Since then, it's gone from a small skateboarding store to a billion-dollar fashion brand.


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