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Colorado Ski Resorts Raise the Bar on Guest Experience for 2014/2015 Season

Visitors Will Be Welcomed With New Children’s Facilities, New Dining Options, New Terrain Enhancements and More

In the wake of a memorable 2013-14 Colorado ski season that set a record for statewide skier visits, Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts are aiming to maintain that positive momentum by investing in guest-facing amenities and operations improvements that will further enhance every facet of the skier and snowboarder experience, on and off the slopes.

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10th Annual African American Prostate Cancer Summit

Addressing African American Prostate Cancer Issues

The Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) announced today that it will host its "Tenth Annual African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit," in Washington, DC on September 25th and 26th, 2014.

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Local Actor Auditions for the Role of Tupac Shakur

Houston native Jon-Micael Charles was recently chosen to audition for the main role of Tupac in the upcoming biopic directed by John Singleton. Singleton is known for films 'Boyz In The Hood' and 'Baby Boy'. He is also known for introducing new actors to the screen. Most notably, Morris Chestnut and Tyrese Gibson.

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Haerts Set to Release Highly Anticipated Self-Titled Debut Album on October 28

Breakout New York City-based band HAERTS has announced the release of their highly anticipated self-titled debut album, available in the U.S. October 28. Visit to listen to the album’s standout lead single “Giving Up” and to watch the song’s lyric video. “Giving Up” is available digitally everywhere today: Further details, including the album’s track list, will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

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LDF to Challenge Discriminatory Photo ID Law in Texas Federal Court

Texas’s Photo ID One of the Most Discriminatory in the Country

Today, a two-week trial begins in United States v. Texas, a federal challenge to Texas’s discriminatory photo ID law, Senate Bill 14. In this case with important national implications, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) and its co-counsel law firm Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale and Dorr LLP (WilmerHale), represent the Texas League of Young Voters Education Fund and Imani Clark. Ms. Clark, an undergraduate student at Prairie View A & M University, a historically Black Texas university, previously voted using her student ID but does not have the photo ID that Texas is now requiring.

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Bronx Man Beheads Himself in Broad Daylight

A man decapitated himself Monday morning in a suicide that left his headless corpse lying in a Bronx.

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TIME‘s “Negrophobia” Article Prompts Twitter Backlash

Time's article receives Twitter backlash.

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Houston Texans Defensive End J.J. Watt Agrees to $100 Million, 6 Year Deal

J.J. Watt's new deal will pay him a guaranteed $51.8 million, the most for a defensive player in the history of the NFL.

Woman Working Four Part-Time Jobs Dies in Car While Taking a Nap

A 32-year-old woman was found dead inside her SUV in a convenience store parking lot.

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Cee-Lo Green Tries To Define 'Rape' on Twitter and Gets Negative Backlash

Cee-lo Green pleads not guilty to rape charges

After pleading not guilty to rape charges, Cee-lo Green attemps to define 'rape' to the Twitter community and receives negative backlash.

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