Mountain Life Deep in Autumnal Akita – Train Cruise

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Go deep into the heart of Akita Prefecture via the Tazawako and Nairiku Lines where a kaleidoscope of autumn colors and natural beauty await.

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From Abington to Temple: Bob Saget Had Deep Montgomery County, Philly Roots

NBC10’s Randy Gyllenhaal reports on the sudden death of TV comedy icon Bob Saget from outside the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, where Saget was set to perform later this year. The actor known for his role as Danny Tanner on “Full House” and his not-family friendly standup, graduated high school from nearby Abington and would later go to Temple University.

Dave Mays on “Unsigned Hype” Launching Eminem, Biggie, DMX, Mobb Deep & Common’s Careers (Part 3)

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In the latest clip, Dave Mays explained how The Source magazine got its name. The magazine’s co-founder admitted that KRS-One’s "you wanna hear a fresh rhyme, you’ve come to the source" line from the Boogie Down Productions track, "Ya Slippin’" inspired the publication’s name. Mays also explained how The Source developed its legendary five-mic rating system before listing some of the notable acts who were among the first to receive perfect ratings.

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Homeless people in B.C. struggling in deep freeze temperatures

Western Canada remains locked in a deep freeze with frigid temperatures hitting record-breaking lows. Advocates say the cold snap leaves those who are homeless in B.C. vulnerable.

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How Deep Does The GOP’s Election Subversion Go? | The Mehdi Hasan Show

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