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Bill Hurley
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Editor, Social Media Professional and Beach Maniac!
Editor, Social Media Professional and Beach Maniac!

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Great Alabama concert at State Fair.
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Just Living Online
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I have posted my event recap from our July Social Media Madison Breakfast to smbmad.org. Thanks, Wayne Breitbarth, for sharing your LinkedIn expertise!
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I have posted my event recap from our July Social Media Madison Breakfast. Thanks, Wayne Breitbarth, for sharing your LinkedIn expertise!
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A coalition of school and community activists will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education, while calling for an end to the segregation that still exists in Milwaukee today. What this powerful video, and then find out more at: http://bit.ly/1iIyWLx
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TripAdvisor’s new list of 10 UNIQUE BEACHES YOU NEED TO SEE TO BELIEVE is one you just can’t miss. From Hidden Beach in Mexico (pictured here) to an iceberg beach in Iceland, it’s not only for the inquisitive but for the adventurous. What's the most unique beach you've ever visited? http://bit.ly/1kFa4bI
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How would you finish this sentence? You know you're a Beach Maniac when ... http://wp.me/p1Cqt4-1EQ
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St. Lucia receives plenty of sunshine all year round similar to most of the other Caribbean islands. July to September can be quite hot and humid so stay close to a pool or the beach. Average temperatures reach 84 degrees Fahrenheit. Read about the 5 coolest things to do in St. Lucia: http://www.beachmaniac.com/caribbean/5-coolest-things-to-do-in-st-lucia/
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Charter school privatization proposals in Wisconsin "are driven more by financial and ideological grounds than by sound pedagogy," according to a new analysis from the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank.
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