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Do you like birds but feel that you can never get close enough to them? Want to see their soft feathers and shiny little eyes without having to go outside? Then this is the perfect gift for you. Entrepreneur Bryson Lovett is raising funds on Kickstarter to create this compact bird feeder that doubles as a photo-booth. So check it out - because your friends won't let you watch them eat, but birds won't even know it.

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San Francisco, April 21, 2011 -- On April 12 and 13, Oberlin Dance Company and ODC Theater's dynamic founder Brenda Way hosted a two-day symposium titled "Women Who Frame the World: A Symposium on Creativity."

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Throughout her extensive career as a fundraiser with organizations such as the American Museum of Natural History in New York, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Children's Museum, and the Museum of Science in Boston, Judi Cantor has raised over $100 Million.

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While the Notes crew was in Boston last May, we met and interviewed a variety of compelling characters in medicine, engineering and creative business - from rising stars to Nobel Prize laureates - the faces behind innovations who help to shape our human ideals, and who embody our collective hopes for the future.

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At seven years old, Kerry Olson was organizing fundraiser fairs in her backyard for humanitarian organizations complete with ring tosses and stuffed animal prizes. Today, she's the vibrant, passionate founder of Firelight Foundation, an organization based in Santa Cruz, California supporting children and communities impacted by HIV/AIDS and poverty in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Panicking about missed birthdays or neglected holidays? Worry no more.

Enter EnGreet, a website world where you can inscribe personalized messages, design a unique card and--with a few short clicks--get it sent to a printer who will drop it in the mail for you. All for the same price as a Hallmark moment.

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One fiery autumn afternoon, pianist Kimball Gallagher sat down for lunch with Notes On The Road at Hastings on Hudson, a charming stone-house waterfront café situated just north of Manhattan.

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By Dr. Karl Paulnack, Director of the Music Division of Boston Conservatory. Reprinted with the author's permission.

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