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EDITOR’S BLOG: It was Kind of Scary but it Boosted Madrid’s Morale

EDITOR’S BLOG: It was Kind of Scary but it Boosted Madrid’s Morale »

8 Dec, 2013
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An account of the massive arrival of visitors in Madrid during the Constitution Day long weekend.

PUNS FOR FUN

PUNS FOR FUN »

27 Nov, 2013
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Fun puns (but a tad too pretentiously high-brow?) Read on anyway.

THE BACKSTAGE OF HISTORY PHOTOGRAPHED

THE BACKSTAGE OF HISTORY PHOTOGRAPHED »

22 Oct, 2013
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Photos sent by a GUIDEPOST user that might well have been witnesses to the backstage of history.

LONG LOST GP COLLEAGUES SURFACE IN EXOTIC SHANGHAI, etc!

LONG LOST GP COLLEAGUES SURFACE IN EXOTIC SHANGHAI, etc! »

13 Oct, 2013
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A toast to our colleagues at GP. Once a GP writer always a GP writer, right?

Still Penning the Editor’s Blog

Still Penning the Editor’s Blog »

26 Sep, 2013
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The Editor’s Blog will begin rolling before you know it. Watch out!

ATTORNEY-WITNESS LOLs

ATTORNEY-WITNESS LOLs »

18 Sep, 2013
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Mailed to us by a Guidepost User

 

He’s 20, much like your IQ

 

 

ATTORNEY: What was the first thing your

CREATING MIRACLES IN THE AIR

CREATING MIRACLES IN THE AIR »

15 Sep, 2013
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Interview by Deke Mills

 

An abridged reprint from GUIDEPOST’s 13 April 1990 issue

Editor’s note: Guidepost has selected this article from its

INDITEX BACK TO BACK (1)

INDITEX BACK TO BACK (1) »

19 Aug, 2013
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Editor’s Note: “Inditex Back to Back (1 & 2)” has been put together by GUIDEPOST to honor two individuals who were

CANDID CAMERA

CANDID CAMERA »

13 Aug, 2013
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An Interview with SILVIA TORTOSA By Tonya Tai We started En Casa Contigo as a TV show but after intense brainstorming we came

A WEDDING TO REMEMBER

A WEDDING TO REMEMBER »

9 Aug, 2013
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By Jean Allen

The bride and groom, Pedro Luis Alaez Feiner and Zaida Salamanca Felix, were married recetly in the village