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2014/04/18 20:26
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For Christians, Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the fulfillment of God’s promise for deliverance of man. But what precedes God’s rising again is...
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2014/04/08 21:46
2014/04/08 21:46
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Singer-songwriter Caleb Stine’s ambitious sixth album,Maybe God Is Lonely Too, houses Americana-tinged songs about death, falling in love, the prison-industrial complex, institutionalized racism,...
2014/04/07 19:29
2014/04/07 19:29
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France's Quickly Changing FaceRecent Municipal Elections Point to a Broadening Anti-Immigrant Stance Victor: French far-right party Front National (FN) president Marine Le Pen speaks to journalists...
2014/04/07 18:24
2014/04/07 18:24
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Artist Paul Sewter prepares to climb Ben Lomond on Sunday to display an artwork which is contained in the specially-made box on his back. Photo by Christina McDonald. Arrowtown artist Paul Sewter set...
2014/04/06 15:26
2014/04/06 15:26
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Author Peter Matthiessen has died in New York at the age of 86 from acute myeloid leukemia. Matthiessen, a novelist and naturalist, wrote 33 books; among his best-known works are The Snow Leopard and...
2014/04/06 03:57
2014/04/06 03:57
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THE STORM CLOUDS are gathering on the horizon. The air of change hangs heavy, pregnant and far reaching. Things are going to change in the cocktail world, probably for good, and not necessarily for...
2014/04/02 05:09
2014/04/02 05:09
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... only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.” -Albert Camus More like this I spent all of last year on campus...
2014/04/01 23:03
2014/04/01 23:03
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ST. GEORGE -- Ray Melnik is bringing his long-running sci-fi series to a close. Melnik's synopsis: "Five humans and one AI are on an extraordinary mission to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. It...
2014/04/01 09:55
2014/04/01 09:55
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... gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight. They had thought with some reason that there is no more...
2014/03/31 05:22
2014/03/31 05:22
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THE CONTENTS: The Red Sox begin their title defense in Baltimore against the Orioles. Opening Day means a Monday day game followed by an off-day, then a pair of night games on Wednesday and...
2014/03/28 16:14
2014/03/28 16:14
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Mark Guarino is a staff writer with The Christian Science Monitor, where he covers national news out of the Midwest. Rock stars have drawn inspiration from literature for decades. Here are a few...
2014/03/27 04:30
2014/03/27 04:30
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A Michigan Catholic priest tweets in Latin for Pope Francis. Some 230,000 people follow Spanish-speaking Pope Francis� Twitter feed in Latin, a language that draws more users than German, Polish or...
2014/03/26 18:21
2014/03/26 18:21
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Have you ever found yourself staring blankly into the mirror at your reflection, sensing that you really didn’t know the person on the other side? As children, it is likely that we sometimes wonder if...
2014/03/26 00:56
2014/03/26 00:56
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We're quickly heading into the abyss. I'm serious. I offer the story you'll read below as a mere anecdote in a sea of troubles. On return from a recent trip to Sri Lanka Mark and I traveled through...
2014/03/18 12:22
2014/03/18 12:22
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... I'm willing to pay $100 for someone to bring me a glass of fresh milk from an Omaha dairy cow right now, there might very well be a guy who would be super happy to do that, but he doesn't know...
2014/03/18 06:23
2014/03/18 06:23
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On March 14, Judge Richard Martin issued a writ to keep our senior mobile home rent control initiative off the ballot. There was no question that our initiative was flawed. However, under California...
2014/03/17 21:54
2014/03/17 21:54
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In her famous work, “A Room of One’s Own” (1929), Virginia Woolf imagines a sister of Shakespeare, whom she names Judith. Woolf explores the reasons why so few women have made their mark in literature...
2014/03/14 12:13
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Well, if you are Brian Cox Sr, you retire to a dank cottage with your pet raven and wait for the moment when you are pelted with rocks by an unusually well-spoken lynch mob. This is Shetland (BBC...
2014/03/14 12:09
2014/03/14 12:09
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Waiting For The Word/The Atlantic What the noes, whatever their numbers, really have now … is a monopoly on legitimate forms of knowledge about the natural world. They have this monopoly for the same...
2014/03/14 07:53
2014/03/14 07:53
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The word “gallim” (pronounced gah-leem) is Hebrew for “waves,” and the New York dance company Gallim Dance has made quite the splash around the globe with highly physical and imaginative...
2014/04/18 20:26
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