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Storms Ripped Tons Of Sand Off Dawlish Warren Beach, Only 5 Months After A 14 Million Pounds Reconstruction Project.
Environment  (tags: Dawlish Warren, Devon, Reconstruction Project, Sand Erosion )

- 21 hours ago -
Recent storms have ripped hundreds of tons of sand away from the vulnerable beach at Dawlish Warren, the Environment Agency has confirmed. And while the beach will repair itself over time, it could be more than a decade before the sand is back again.
Back To Nature: How Food Puzzles Beat Boredom By Sparking DogsâEUR(TM) Instincts to Hunt
Offbeat  (tags: dogs, food puzzles, boredom, interesting )

- 11 hours ago -
Dogs were bred to be hardworking, helpful, and loving companions. In this busy modern era, however, these fun-loving pets can sometimes miss out on all the mental stimulation they need, leading to boredom and behavioral issues.
SUPREMACY - Trio Joubran & Roger Waters   video
Offbeat  (tags: Music, Trio Joubran, oud, Roger Waters, Supremacy, Mahmoud Darwish, poet, the Penultimate speech of the 'Red India )

- 2 hours ago -
Darwish's poem: "On the surface it narrates the last speech of The Native American to The White Man but it speaks also to Darwish's beloved Palestine, &its indigenous people, in fact to all victims of settler colonialism everywhere, always." Thanks Jess
10 Facts About Saint Patrick's Day
Offbeat  (tags: Saint Patrick, Saint Patricks Day, Irish, Ireland, Boston, Chicago, Savannah, New York City, San Francisco, americans, bizarre, culture, funny, humans, interesting, news, odd, off-beat, society, unusual, world )

- 5 hours ago -
St. PatrickâEUR(TM)s Day is the one day of the year where everyone is a tiny bit Irish. In fact, almost 12% of Americans claim Irish ancestry. Fact: I have 25% Irish ancestry. Here are some facts and good reasons to wear green tomorrow.
The Daily Show: Junot Diaz - Learning to Inhabit Multiple Worlds in "Islandborn"   video
Offbeat  (tags: unusual, Islandborn, children's book, immigrants, society, cultures, Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize, Lola, The Daily Show, Trevor Noah )

- 1 hour ago -
Junot Diaz talks about writing his first children's book, "Islandborn," and discusses the identity struggles that immigrants face in the U.S.
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