Reiki relaxes, soothes 
Collegiate Times – Jan 26 5:42 AM
Jamie Woytaski, a senior mechanical engineering major, felt at ease as the waves of energy channeled into his body. His relaxation paralleled that of his fellow Reiki Club members (pronounced ray-key) who participate in the weekly meetings held in Squires Student Center.Save to My Web

Local 
San Jose Mercury News – Jan 23 11:35 PM
SOUTH BAY Blood Drives. Friday: Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 16970 DeWitt Ave. Jan. 31: Independence High School, 1776 Educational Park Drive, San Jose. For times and to schedule an appointment, call (800) GIVE LIFE or visit www.beadonor.com.Save to My Web

EDITORIAL: Jakarta sets bad media precedent 
The Nation – Jan 28 9:08 AM
Susilos broadcasting regulations would turn back the clock on his efforts towards a freer society.Save to My Web

Get Out Guide 
The Oregonian – Jan 27 4:18 AM
Rain of Glass Show and Sale: The weekend offers exhibits of Depression-era glass, antique and collectible items, china and pottery. Seminars on Heisey and cobalt blue glass.Save to My Web

Out & About: Time to make the haggis 
Portsmouth Herald – Jan 28 5:58 AM
While Europes eye is fixd on mighty things, The fate of empires and the fall of kings; While quacks of State must each produce his plan, And even children lisp the Rights of Man; Amid this mighty fuss just let me mention, The Rights of Woman merit some attention.Save to My Web

Realizing the dream 
The Trenton Times – 1 hour, 10 minutes ago
`If you can dream it, you can do it.” This quote, often associated with Walt Disney, sums up the philosophy of the dreamer who changed the world forever with his delightful animation and creation of the characters that are now permanent fixtures in American imagination.Save to My Web

Night After Night 
San Antonio Express News – Jan 25 10:14 PM
Honky Jack’s Patio Bar Former Butthole Surfer bassist Jeff Pinkus and his crew roll in with their Texas rock ‘n’ roll, southern-fried and run through every wringer that matters.Save to My Web

Health happenings 
Bradenton Herald – Jan 25 8:50 PM
The Herald welcomes information on health-related events open to the public. The deadline for submitting information is noon Friday for the Thursday edition. Information – including time, date and place – can be dropped off, mailed to The Herald, P.O. Box 921, Bradenton, FL 34206, or faxed to 745-7097. For a complete listing of health events, visit amora@hsc.usf.edu.Save to My Web

Seeking solace in spirituality 
Hindustan Times – Jan 28 1:55 AM
Food, shopping, theatre and music, Mumbaikars have their hands full. But descending on the city in full force are spiritual camps, seminars and lectures. And Mumbais whos who, seeking a reprieve from their fast-paced life, are flocking to them in hordes.Save to My Web

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