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The Hottest New Ski Homes In The World
The upside of dropping temps is undoubtedly the anticipation of tearing through fresh powder. The sexiest spaces to call home base while you're at it? Right this way. A Modern mountain hideaway in...
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New Releases from Audio Moonshine, Audra Connolly...
Fall is a busy time for new music releases, even here at home. Last week, local quartet Audio Moonshine released its sophomore effort, The Speakeasy Sessions. It's a clear follow-up to AM's 2008...
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Time for Blake to Take Charge of Clips' Fate
What went wrong? What could they have done differently? What did they learn from that heartbreaking—and, ultimately, championship chase-ending—experience? "I understand last year we had a great...
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How Ali turned into a humanist hero
This weekend, the Muhammad Ali Center awarded football great and courageous civil rights advocate Jim Brown and Bill Russell its Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award. But the real celebration was for...
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Box Office Top 20: 'Equalizer' Debuts with $34.1M
NEW YORK (AP) — Denzel Washington scored his third-best opening weekend and potentially spawned his first franchise with a $34.1 million debut for “The Equalizer.” The Columbia Pictures release, in...
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Social Issues Are the GOP's Gateway to the Ghetto
No one grows up with aspirations of government dependency. Social issues give Conservatives the perfect opportunity to prove they're the big brothers to Americans and not the bullies. Can you imagine...
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The war on high-school history classes is a whole...
This year, in Advanced Placement American History courses all across the nation, students will learn details about America that make it look bad. This is something that many people in academia or the...
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KC enjoying long-awaited return to sports spotlig...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — This prairie city, famous for its jazz, blues, and barbecue, is in the midst of the best two days of sports it has seen in nearly three decades. Not only did the much-beloved...
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Evra 'forgives' Suarez after race row
Juventus defender Patrice Evra has insisted that he harbours no animosity toward Luis Suarez following an infamous race row almost three years ago. The former Liverpool striker was handed an...
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America Needs More BMW’ing William Jackson, M.Edu Parent, Educator, Blogger “So our people not only have to be reeducated to the importance of supporting black business, but the black man himself...
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Kathy Y. Wilson Named Librarys Writer-in-Residence
Published author, poet, teacher and long-time CityBeat columnist Kathy Y. Wilson has been named Writer-in-Residence for the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Wilson is the first person...
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Specialty Box Office: Audiences Have 'Pride' In F...
Specialty Box Office: Audiences Have 'Pride' In First Weekend; Shane Dawson's 'Not Cool' Very Hot In Second Frame By Peter Knegt | IndiewireSun Sep 28 13:18:01 EDT 2014 Our weekend box office...
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Dionne: Holder and RFK’s legacy
WASHINGTON • When he announced his leave-taking last week, Attorney General Eric Holder spoke of Robert F. Kennedy as his inspiration for believing that the Justice Department "can and must always be...
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Artist Draws Outstanding Images Using Only His Fi...
Artist Draws Outstanding Images Using Only His Fingertips & iPad If there's two things digital illustrator Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo has in abundance, it's talent and patience. The Spanish artist rapidly...
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Confusion About Courage? -
We hear a lot about “courage” these days: Athletes playing through nagging injuries: “Courageous.” Daredevils attempting outrageous stunts, hoping their YouTube videos will go viral: “Courageous.”...
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Two Faces of Racism
What was Alessandra Stanley, the longtime television critic of the New York Times, thinking that caused her in that now-infamous article to mis-label Shonda Rhimes, the television hit maker, as the...
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President Barack Obama does not speak for God
A Lesson on Good and Evil for Western Civil-Military Leaders by John Stanton Who in the world is Barack Obama to claim that "No God" would allow the Islamic State to exist and slaughter what it...
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Jonah Lewis: To support advocacy groups, the Univ...
Everyone knows what happens when you get a group of feminists together in one room: Things get done. At GW, this is challenging. All of our women's advocacy groups on campus – the Feminist Student...
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The Revenge of Rand Paul
The G.O.P. has treated Ron Paul as a kook; his son understands which of his views to emphasize and which to downplay.Credit Illustration by Stanley Chow At 8 A.M. on a Friday in late July, Senator...
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The demise of John Lawson
Let’s finish off John Lawson. I promise to let him rest for a while after this. As we have discussed (“we,” if you have a habit of talking to newsprint), about the only account we have of Lawson’s...
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