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What It Do: Ignorance Is The New Knowledge

Disturbing rumors have been trickling down from the Great North for several years now, beginning in 2008, when conservative Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper gave the executive order to phase out the position of National Science Advisor.

At the time, Canadian officials argued that the position was redundant because of…

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Deleted Scenes: Beware The Lizardmen

My eyes were opened recently to a notion I’ve been unable to get out of my head. In adulthood, I’ve never been a religious person of any sort—if devout to anything, it’s nonbelief. Not a person of faith. But then I heard about the Reptilian Conspiracy.

It goes like this:…

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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Morningside Lane

Locals, we meet once again. Fall is in the air, bands are pumping out new hits, and shows are being announced almost every day; the locals are back in dominance. They are no strangers to the local scene and are steadily on their way. I must admit, it takes…

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Out Of Bounds: America Vs. Sweden – UFC Edition

Due to our massive NFL preview taking up all of August and July’s hot topics in baseball, it’s been more than two months since we’ve talked MMA. During this time we’ve seen Jose Aldo retain his featherweight belt over “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung, Chael Sonnen get back…

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: George Duke 1946-2013 – An Appreciation

In 1980, while promoting his beautiful Brazilian Love Affair album, keyboardist/composer/arranger/producer George Duke had the misfortune to talk to me for this newspaper. Aquarian owner/publisher James Rensenbrink fostered an attitude of total editorial rebellion, if not intellectual anarchy, in his staff. We were left of left and it seeped…

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MedioXcore: The Lost Art Of Human Interaction As It Relates To Promoting Yourself

Adam Bird Of Those Mockingbirds Discusses Good Old-Fashioned Street-Teaming

I don’t open at least 85 percent of my emails; shot-in-the-dark solicitations from bands and labels, promotions from Starbucks and phone companies I should apparently switch to, celebrity news…it’s exhausting just looking at the subject lines in my inbox. And…

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Kam On Film: ‘Blue Caprice,’ ‘Best Kept Secret’ and What’s New In Theaters

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Beltway Sniper Saga Revisits 2002 Reign Of Terror In D.C. Area

In October of 2002, the entire Washington, D.C. area was practically paralyzed by a series of sniper attacks that was difficult to solve…

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Book Review: Cooking Your Way To Gorgeous by Scott-Vincent Borba

For those interested in becoming a “Beauty Foodie,” Scott-Vincent Borba explains what to eat in order to make you beautiful from the inside out. In his new book, Cooking Your Way To Gorgeous, Borba offers tips, guidelines and recipes that you can eat and some that you can even…

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What It Do: Never Forget (What?)

The “Never Forget” response to 9/11 has always puzzled me, as if there was ever a possibility that anyone who was cognizant that day would forget what happened, or that we as a nation would ever forget.

I still remember exactly where I was, how I found out, and pretty…

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Reality Check: Vladimir Putin – Satirist

It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation. There are big countries and small countries, rich and poor, those with long democratic traditions and those still finding their way to democracy. Their policies differ, too. We are all different, but when we ask

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