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Armin van Buuren to tour North America and Canada in December

Electronic dance music fans in North America and Canada are in for a real treat in December. Armin van Buuren will be touring in the area.

Armin van Buuren to play New York City's Pier 94 in December

World renowned trance DJ and producer Armin van Buuren will be returning to "The Big Apple" right after Christmas to play a show.

Photo Essay: Niagara Falls, Festival of Lights winter wonderland Special

You've seen Niagara Falls in the summer, you've seen them at night, but have you come to enjoy the splendor of the water cascading over the frozen snow covered escarpment with icicles drooping in day and lights ablaze for Christmas at night?

New York holds medical marijuana hearings on December 5

Buffalo - New York has pending legislature to legalize medical marijuana for treating medical conditions. Public hearings by Democratic lawmakers are scheduled in Buffalo and Mineola, New York, on Thursday, December 5, 2013, at 10 a.m. at each location.

Digital Journal releases December 2012 'Power User' list

Digital Journal published a Top 20 list in recognition of top performers from the company's gamification project that tracks and reports activity of contributors across the Digital Journal network. Here are the top Power Users from December.

Op-Ed: The Handshakes and Hugs for Peace and Love campaign starts now

Thought of and launched by myself, and first covered by Digital Journal a couple of months ago, the Handshakes and Hugs for Peace and Love campaign start date is now tonight.

'Killing Them Softly' enters picture as talk turns to end of year

As December arrives at the box office, the talk will now turn to the overall 2012 numbers. It may not achieve a record but it will go over $10 billion.

Report: Data shows a weak final month in holiday shopping season

Toronto - With four consecutive monthly retail sales increases, a new report from Statistics Canada found that retailers suffered a weak final month of the year. The statistical analysis suggested that retail sales were down 0.2 percent to $38.6 billion.

British amateur astronomer records sun for 6 months

Dr. Greg Parker, an amateur astronomer in New Forest in southern England, tracked the sun's trails over his garden from the summer to winter solstices with a pin-hole camera he constructed from an empty tea box.

Controversial holiday light show begins despite neighbor protest

El Paso - An extravagant, annual holiday light show has begun in an El Paso, Texas, community despite complaints by residents who say traffic congestion in the residential neighborhood disrupts their lives, causing them to find alternative routes home.

Secret Santa spreads hope, cheer, gives away $100 bills

Reading - A elderly gentleman dressed in red and wearing a cap with "Elf" embroidered on the back brightened up the holiday season for residents of Reading, Pa, when he visited the Salvation Army thrift shop, laundromats and bus terminals passing out $100 bills.

Subway introducing $2 sandwiches in December

Subway will sell its six-inch cold-cut and meatball sub sandwiches for $2 throughout December, according to media reports.

Op-Ed: December 7 Raises Question: Is There a War to End All Wars?

It was on a December 7, 1941, 68 years ago today that the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor As then, the nation faced the challenges of war, and asked itself if indeed there is a war to end them all.

John Lennon Imagine

John Lennon was murdered by an alleged fan on December 8, 1980. His music has had a major impact on many people and his song Imagine is as vital today as it was when he first sang it.

Op-Ed: The Return Of Don Imus - Will He Change His Ways?

It was not even a year ago that radio "shock jock" Don Imus was ceremoniously fired from his TV and radio show following racial slurs he directed at the Rutgers women's basketball team amid a storm of well deserved criticism from an outraged public.

Spam Made Up 94% Of All E-Mail In December

Spam e-mails account 94% of all e-mail sent in December 2006, only 6% are regular e-mails.

Conservatives to Vote on Same-Sex Marriage in December

Debate to begin Dec 6 - from CBC 1 hour ago.

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Port of Tel Aviv surrounded by sea water during the mid.December storm. Photo: Alessandro Di Maio
Port of Tel Aviv surrounded by sea water during the mid.December storm. Photo: Alessandro Di Maio

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