Article by: Daniel Victor, The New York Times. Header Image by: Joshua Roberts/Reuters
“A superhuman group of adolescents broke the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday, with eight contestants crowned co-champions after the competition said it was running out of challenging words.
It was a stunning result, coming just after midnight Thursday, for the 92nd annual event, which has had six two-way ties but had never before experienced such a logjam at the top. After the 17th round, Jacques Bailly, the event’s pronouncer, announced that any of the eight remaining contestants who made it through three more words would share in the prize.”
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Period perfect kitchen remodel
Professional chef creates her dream kitchen. The backsplash features Morning Frost subway tile with a Tree of Life inset, all of which helps to establish the classic look that the homeowner wanted. The subway tile and inset are all from the world-renowned Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati.
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