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Statue of Robert Burns
- ... that U.S. general Arthur MacArthur gave an address at the unveiling of a monument (pictured) to Scottish poet Robert Burns in Milwaukee?
- ... that Israeli wildlife photographer Roie Galitz won first place at the Siena International Photo Awards in the "Fragile Ice" category for his picture of a sleeping polar bear?
- ... that the 1989 film Begotten was made to resemble what the director called "a time that predates spoken language"?
- ... that audio engineer Bill Hare has been called "the Dr. Dre of a cappella recording"?
- ... that the Marine Cemetery, made from plastic bottles collected from an Indian beach, is dedicated to nine endangered aquatic species?
- ... that BECAUSE is the longest-running and largest conference for the in the United States?
- ... that Gabriela Rodríguez de Bukele, the current first lady of El Salvador, is the first person in the country to hold a doctorate in prenatal psychology?
- ... that within six hours of Alabama radio station WFPA being served an eviction notice, the tower had been dismantled?
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