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The 37-year-old search for Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa moves to a driveway in Roseville, Mich., on Friday.
"Police will be taking soil core samples," the Detroit Free Press reports, after receiving what they say is a "credible" tip that around the time of Hoffa's 1975 disappearance someone was buried under what's now a driveway in a Roseville residential neighborhood.
Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 1:26 pm
A slew of new presidential polls released this week not only confirm a long-established gender gap among voters, but also suggest that the male-female preference divide in this year's presidential contest could hit historic levels.
It may surprise that that divide appears not driven by social issues and arguments over reproductive care or choices, analysts say, but largely by the national conversation over the size of government.
Construction of the Ryugyong hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea, began in 1987 — but was halted for 16 years by a lack of funds. The still-unfinished 105-story skyscraper has become something of a symbol of that nation's "thwarted ambitions," as the BBC says.
Fall for the Arts, scheduled for 5:00-8:30pm on Friday, October 5, 2012, will be the 5th annual celebration of Brevard's arts and cultural community. This engaging, family-friendly event takes place on the first Friday of October each year on Highland Avenue in the Eau Gallie Arts District. We close Highland Avenue and have a street party! The event features live and impromptu performances, demonstrations such as painting and weaving, food and beverages for sale, and other fun activities.
Originally published on Thu September 27, 2012 10:52 am
With voters in the swing state of Iowa today joining those in two-dozen other states who can already cast their vote for president, the surge in early voting is necessitating a change in campaign strategy, says Paul Gronke, director of the Early Voting Information Center.
Florida Institute of Technology’s National Public Radio Station, WFIT-89.5 FM, has a new home. The station will hold a grand opening and celebration CD release party for TWITCHY, the Florida Tech president’s faculty band, in its new facility on Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. The just-completed broadcast center is located adjacent to the Gleason Performing Arts Center on campus. The community is welcome to attend the event, which will also feature a concert by TWITCHY at 7 p.m., which will be simulcast live on WFIT.
Florida Institute of Technology’s Foosaner Art Museum is participating in Fall for the Arts on Friday, October 5th from 5-8:30 p.m. with Jazz Friday. Presented by the Brevard Cultural Alliance, the event is a celebration of Brevard's arts and cultural community. The family-friendly street party takes place in the Eau Gallie Arts District, Melbourne.