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  1. A Major In Coffee? UC Davis Might Be Brewing One Up

    The California university is already famous for its wine and beer programs. Coffee seemed like a natural next step. It's new Coffee Center aims to break down the science behind the perfect cup of Joe.
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  2. Inner Oceans at OpenAir

    Before heading down to SXSW, the five members of Inner Oceans stopped in for a performance session.
    OpenAir · Story
  3. Customer Surveys Are Here To Stay. Suggestions For Improvement?

    Companies want to know what you think of their product — and they're not afraid to ask. Surveys might be annoyingly pervasive to customers, but they provide valuable information for a low price.
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  4. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Will Not Seek Another Term

    To run for another term, it would have required a legal battle to challenge the state's term limits. Brewer completed the final year of Janet Napolitano's term. She won another four-year term in 2010.
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  5. Apartment Building Explodes In Harlem, Killing At Least 2

    The building, located at or near the corner of Park Ave. and 114th Street, reportedly exploded and collapsed around 9 a.m. At least two people are dead and many injured.
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  6. Not Spring Yet: Wicked Winter Storm To Pound Midwest, New York

    The 8 to 10 inches of snow predicted for Detroit will bring the city within reach of the record for snowiest winter in recorded history.
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  7. Why Did The Possibly Pregnant Shark Cross The Atlantic?

    Probably not just to get to the other side. Thanks to a tracking device, researchers and anyone on the Web have watched as "Lydia" has gone where no great white shark has been tracked before.
    News · NPR Story
  8. World's Largest Oyster Is Size Of A Man's Shoe

    At nearly 14 inches long, a mammoth mollusk is still alive and growing, says the biologist who found it in Denmark. The oyster is roughly comparable to a size 11 shoe.
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  9. Radio Dances: 'Sleeper' by Todd Fox

    Professional ballet dancer Todd Fox captures the sounds of urban Miami in his radio dance.
    News · Story
  10. A Panicky Pianist, Playing Like His Life Depends On It

    Eugenio Mira's thriller Grand Piano doesn't hit all of its notes perfectly, but it's daringly written — and ultimately compelling.
    News · NPR Story