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World Cup's road to Brazil remains bumpy
Los Angeles Times
RIO DE JANEIRO — In 50 days the best athletes in the world's most popular sport will convene in Brazil, one of soccer's sacred spiritual homes, for the game's most important tournament. It will be a powerful, uplifting tribute to the "beautiful game ...

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World's Fair Relic Deemed a 'Treasure'
New York Times
Fifty years after the 1964 World's Fair opened, the New York State Pavilion, one of the last architectural vestiges of the fair, was named a “National Treasure” on Tuesday by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The pavilion, which consists of ...
Queens marks 50 years since iconic 1964 World's Fair7Online.com
1964 World's Fair tech predictions had some hits, missesCBS News
New York World's Fair 50th AnniversaryThe Star-Ledger
Boing Boing -NBCNews.com -NY1
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3DS game Mario Golf: World Tour getting 108 downloadable holes, buy them all ...
GameSpot
Nintendo today announced that a total of 108 new downloadable holes and additional Mushroom Kingdom golfers will be available for 3DS game Mario Golf: World Tour as DLC. The add-ons will be released in three separate packs. The Mushroom Pack will ...
Mario Golf: World Tour season pass consists of three DLC packs for $14.99Polygon
Mario Golf: World Tour Getting DLC and Season PassVe3d.com
Mario Golf: World Tour DLC and Season Pass outlinedVG247
Eurogamer.net -Game Rant -Siliconera
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Times of India

The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World's Richest
New York Times
The American middle class, long the most affluent in the world, has lost that distinction. While the wealthiest Americans are outpacing many of their global peers, a New York Times analysis shows that across the lower- and middle-income tiers, citizens ...
Why The US Middle Class Is No Longer the World's Richest and Other ...TIME
New research shows America's middle class no longer the world's richest and ...Daily Mail
Actually, Upshot, America does have the richest middle class in the worldMarketWatch (blog)
Times of India -AZFamily
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A Knuckleball No More: World Cup Soccer Ball Gets A Redesign
NPR
John Eric Goff, the chair of the physics department at Lynchburg College, explains the science of the 2014 World Cup soccer ball. The Adidas Brazuca is expected to perform better than the version used in South Africa in 2010. Share. Facebook; Twitter.



Thousands Show Up To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of 'World's Fair'
CBS Local
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Fifty years ago, the “New York World's Fair” opened in Queens. Many who were there returned Tuesday to mark a very happy anniversary. They lined up by the thousands, just like they poured onto the grounds on this day back ...

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Ricky Martin Releases 'Vida' For The 2014 World Cup (VIDEO)
Huffington Post
Ricky Martin is breathing life into the 2014 World Cup with the new energetic upbeat single "Vida." On Tuesday, the Puerto Rican star released the official video for the rhythmic new anthem that will be included in the Official FIFA World Cup album ...
Video: Ricky Martin Releases World Cup Song 'Vida'Bleacher Report
Ricky Martin Debuts Summery Music Video for World Cup Song 'Vida'AceShowbiz

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The Guardian

World Book Night: Leading authors line up for 'sacred' celebration
The Guardian
Philip Pullman will read from Kurt Vonnegut's letter to the school head who burned copies of Slaughterhouse-Five – in which the late American novelist writes of how "books are sacred to free men for very good reasons" – in an event marking World Book ...



Why the Art World Coddles Franco
Daily Beast
Yet many art world insiders consider actor/serial dilettante Franco's work nothing more than a joke, though few will admit that for the record, and even then, elliptically. A paparazzi-magnet, Franco's presence in myriad exhibitions reflects an ...

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CBS News

1964: When the world flocked to Flushing
CBS News
This 400-square-foot model of the New York World's Fair was unveiled in New York on Jan. 28, 1964. The walk-around model was opened to the public on the fifth floor of Macy's Department Store at Herald Square. Robert Moses, president of the fair ...


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