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Wednesday, May 27, 2015
A the islanda tests survival skills of 14 men Survival expert Bear Grylls expects the contestants on his new NBC reality adventure series “The Island” to be more prepared than they would have been had the show debuted a decade ago. The 14 players - who are going to be dropped on a deserted island for a month - have had the opportunity to see Grylls fend for himself in the wild through numerous survival series.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
A the islanda tests survival skills of 14 men Survival expert Bear Grylls expects the contestants on his new NBC reality adventure series “The Island” to be more prepared than they would have been had the show debuted a decade ago. The 14 players - who are going to be dropped on a deserted island for a month - have had the opportunity to see Grylls fend for himself in the wild through numerous survival series.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
What's wrong with the iraqi army? In the United States, servicemen and women learn the Soldier's Creed during basic training. It's simple and direct, and makes clear a warrior's cardinal sin in one line: "I will never quit."  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Williams: thanks for white person treatment During the early years of the Reagan administration, a Washington news conference was held for me for my first book, "The State Against Blacks." Before making summary statements about the book, I offered the reporters assembled that they could treat me like a white person.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The biggest difference between millennials and my generation We're an enigma, those of us born at the tail end of the '70s and the start of the '80s. Some of the "generational" experts lazily glob us on to Generation X, and others just shove us over to the Millennials they love to hate.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Drama talks & drinks: the barbary coast revue - "if you are going ... We love San Francisco, we love seeing new shows in the Mission, we love theater venues with full-bars, so when we heard about The Barbary Coast Revue at Balancoire we thought we'd love it. The description on the About page read: "Mark Twain delights with a riotous musical comedy sing along at THE BARBARY COAST REVUESet to parodies of Bay Area hits from the '80s to now, THE BARBARY COAST REVUE is the new must see show for anyone seeking "the true history of San Francisco!" So with high expectations for a night of anachronistic revelry, off we went for an evening of Drama Talk & Drinks.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Second graders help red cross victims For Harmonie Adams, it all started with a biography project. "The idea came from Clara Barton when I had my presentation on her and I thought... she started the Red Cross," Adams said.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Big bucks for booze and cruise equals bad news for mental healthcare provider What in the world were they thinking? PSCH, Inc., a mental health provider with a $30 million, 5-year contract with the state of New York must have been "crazy" for trying to bilk the hand that pays them out of more than $186,581 in party expenses for its staff and think it could actually get away with it. Though they seem to have done just that for the past 3-years before being an investigation of their finances.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Women-only tuscany bike tour benefits breast cancer fund Girls just want to have fun, and Duvine Cycling & Adventure are out to prove it on their women-only bike tour in Tuscany. Ride through Tuscany's gentle green hills and cypress-lined byways with Mom.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Te deum antiqua delivers 'v cantores' in st. paul's episcopal church Sunday evening, May 17, an assembled audience, in the candle lit nave of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Kansas City, heard Haec Die s, an antiphon for Easter Vespers, intoned by five male singers dressed in modern black fashion, from the rear of the church. Artistic director, Matthew Christopher Shepard sang baritone; the four other singers were tenors Chad DeMaris, Jeff Howe, and Andrew Childs; and bass Edward Straub.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
'dracula' was released on this day, watch these four tv/film adaptations In 'This Day in History' video, take a look at May 26, the day in 1896 when the Wall Street Journal first published the Dow Industrial Average and the day in 1994 when Michael Jackson married Lisa Marie Presley. It was also the day in 1897 when Bram... " Dracula " was published on this day in 1897! So today would be a good day to read the book, but if you love movies it's also a good day to watch one of the many TV and film adaptations.  read all 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The top 10 audiobooks on audible.com NEW YORK - Broadway's revenue and attendance figures both hit record highs for the third season in a row, fed largely by premium prices and a steady stream of more shows.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Time-traveling detective game 'd4' hits pc on june 5th D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is a wonderfully strange detective game with a twist: There's a bullet lodged in your skull that allows you to touch certain objects and travel back in their timelines, to places and events pivotal to their existence. As a hardened Boston investigator, you're searching for the people who brutally killed your wife a few years ago, and along the way you run into a foul, potentially supernatural criminal organization.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
The top 10 audiobooks on audible.com When you do, your comment should be posted immediately, provided it meets the guidelines. Report abuse by flagging a comment .  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Cluny newcastle set for a return of the band of holy joy at the weekend Urban folksters Band of Holy Joy will not only play the Cluny this weekend but will also perform at Sinderhope village hall, near Allendale The former Rough Trade recording act, The Band of Holy Joy, return to the region with a gig at Cluny 2 on Friday. The "urban-folk" band, originally formed in New Cross in London in 1984, certainly have that virtue known as "stickability".  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Wishbone ash's andy powell talks guitars, the '70s, and 'blue horizon' For more than 45 years, Wishbone Ash, in it's many incarnations, has traveled the globe delivering music that blends equal parts blues and English Folk traditions while keeping itself firmly rooted in the Progressive Rock and psychedelic era from whence it came. The band's distinctive twin lead guitar attack was an unplanned stroke of genius and this powerful melodic technique was borrowed and updated by countless bands including Thin Lizzy and Iron Maiden.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Joel gion, apple bonkers The epic odyssey that is Apple Bonkers begins with the gorgeously hypnopompic "Yes." This synesthesia-inducing song, with its lyrics of "Colors yet to be found / Compound into just one sound," is pretty much the bastard love child of the Beatles's "Baby, You're a Rich Man" and Love's "She Comes In Colors."  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Unknown george harrison letter surfaces, reveals why beatles' cancelled stax sessions A previously unknown letter written by George Harrison to Atlanta DJ Paul Drew in May 1966 has surfaced and is now for sale for $20,000 by a Los Angeles-based rock collectibles dealer.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Wynonna sizzles on the uss midway www.utsandiego.com... Wynonna Judd delivered an energetic performance aboard the USS Midway on Saturday with her band The Big Noise. Mark Gray Wynonna Judd has been through a lot of ups and a lot of downs, and Saturday night in an intimate concert on the USS Midway, the country singer used a little bit of both to paint a picture of a woman made stronger by what life's dealt her.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
K. michelle on 'poli-tricks' and the business of reality I am the host of The Cipher, the critically acclaimed hip-hop podcast which conducts in-depth interviews with the genre's most interesting and important figures. I am also the former Editor in Chief of Rap Genius, and have written about music and culture for The Atlantic, Vibe, The Source, GQ, Esquire, the Sondheim Review, and more.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Soundgarden's chris cornell announces solo nz tour The multi-Grammy award-winning, Golden Globe nominated and acclaimed singer/songwriter has been described as the "chief architect" of the 90s grunge movement. With Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, Cornell has sold more than 30 million records worldwide.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Ranking the 10 greatest years in hard rock + heavy metal ranking the... In the annals of hard rock and heavy metal, some years have been better than others. Some have even qualified to be called the very best.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Kroos, james and marcelo lead ancelotti tributes James Rodriguez has led the tributes to Carlo Ancelotti after the coach was sacked by Real Madrid on Monday. The Italian won the Champions League and Copa del Rey last season but failed to land a major trophy this season, which has resulted in him being relieved of his duties.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Vitamin determination: an oilman becomes a health care renegade Allan Markin is one of Alberta's richest men-and a crusader to get Canadians to take more vitamin D. Misguided eccentric, or visionary? Allan Markin, a retired oil patch executive and one of Alberta's most prominent philanthropists, shines a flashlight into Jean Pronovost's mouth. The two men are at a clinic operating out of a former Quality Inn on Calgary's Macleod Trail that is run by Pure North S'Energy Foundation, which Markin funds.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Quaker looks to spark twitter conversations with new effort Quaker Canada might be new to Twitter, but the brand hasn't wasted much time getting into the game since going live on the platform this spring. The breakfast staple brand has debuted its "#TodayList" campaign, which aims to create a conversation about to-do lists and busy lifestyles-all via promoted tweets.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
"vygotsky's neglected legacy": cultural-historical activity theory To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. The authors describe an evolving theoretical framework that has been called one of the best kept secrets of academia: cultural-historical activity theory, the result of proposals Lev Vygotsky first articulated but that his students and followers substantially developed to constitute much expanded forms in its second and third generations.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Songs of their own | alex bleeker & the freaks - it must have been the roses To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead , JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own video series. We began with a list of 100 Grateful Dead original songs and tapped many of our favorite artists to record a cover version either at the JamBase office in San Francisco or at one of the many venues around town and beyond.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Songs of their own | pete pidgeon - wharf rat To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead , JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own video series. We began with a list of 100 Grateful Dead original songs and tapped many of our favorite artists to record a cover version either at the JamBase office in San Francisco or at one of the many venues around town and beyond.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Bill graham and the rock & roll revolution Legendary, esteemed, celebrated, storied, all of these adjectives have been used to describe concert promoter Bill Graham . In a first major museum retrospective on the rock impresario, the Skirball Cultural Center brings to life the larger than life career of the man who helped launch the careers of rock stars whose names and music made history in the Rock and Roll explosion of the 60's.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Netflix to stream luis estrada's political satire "the perfect dictatorship" PanARMENIAN.Net - Starting June 1st, Netflix will be streaming Luis Estrada's biting political satire "The Perfect Dictatorship" in the U.S., Variety reports. Released in Mexico in October, the tragi-comedy quickly racked up ticket sales to become 2014's highest grossing local pic, attracting 4.2 million admissions and earning some $13 million to become the fourth top grossing pic in Mexican film history.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Scandal in argentina as judges say a six-year old's alleged homosexuality invited sexual abuse Our global community of volunteers work hard every day to bring you the world's underreported stories -- but we can't do it without your help. Support our editors, technology, and advocacy campaigns with a donation to Global Voices! See all those languages up there? We translate Global Voices stories to make the world's citizen media available to everyone.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
The monkees are back on basic cable Remember The Monkees? You had better . Those among you who grew up obsessing about their reruns, what's your favorite episode of the absurd, surreal, slapstick-y 1960s sitcom starring America's most beloved prefab four?  When Mike runs for mayor? Or when Davy is held against his will to stop falling in love with girls but winds up ...  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Neil diamond, a master performer at work at hollywood bowl Well, sure: More than any city, really, the stage is the place that shaped this master performer, who at 74 seems more comfortable than he ever has before an audience. On Saturday night, Diamond brought his latest world tour to the Bowl for the second of two concerts, and right away you could tell he was in the zone.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Greenwich comes out to party with doobie brothers, earth wind & fire GREENWICH, Conn. - The town of Greenwich held its annual Town Party on Saturday at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, with over 8,000 people turning out to enjoy a beautiful spring day and a full lineup of music.  read all 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
The weekend in photos The annual Greenwich Town Party took place at Roger Sherwin Baldwin Park on May 23, 2015.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
Mike deni of geographer showed confidence from the start friday. As far as chill-wave pop goes, there are a fleeting few artists at the top of the list known for opulent but simple synth-based melodies, dreamily repetitive loops, and heavy-duty FX processing. While chill king Washed Out and glo-fi princes Com Truise and Memory Tapes come to mind, Geographer - New Jersey-born singer/multi-instrumentalist Mike Deni and company - are strong contenders for the hypnagogic pop crown if the devoted fan base at Union Transfer on Friday was any proof.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
The gypsies Transparent flames ripple off the bitumen on the longest stretch of the Highway on the Markham plains as we near the Rumion Piggery. I take my seat belt off and trail my hand out of the open window of the car, catching drifts of moisture on the hairs of my arm.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
Summer concerts 2015: a little bit of everything for northeast ohio fans It's by no means a complete list, and shows are being added it seems almost every day. Several great concerts at smaller venues are not included, but could have been.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
Alternative press music awards show adds acts, builds on success Corey Taylor of Slipknot, which is nominated for artist of the year in this year's Alternative Press Music Awards Show, has been announced as one of the performers at the July 22 gig at Quicken Loans Arena. When: 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 22. Where: Quicken Loans Arena.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
Iraqi metal band uses music to cope with war Members of Iraqi metal band Acrassicauda, who used music to cope with violence in their home country. With their homeland torn by years of war , a group of Iraqis has found a form of therapy not by firing guns but by banging their heads to heavy metal.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
Ten songs for fallen soldiers this memorial day We often think of the last Monday in May as a day revolving around beaches, heavy drinking, and barbecue, but Memorial Day is meant to be a day of observance for the soldiers who lost their lives in war.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
Post-ron swanson, nick offerman has the 'gumption' to be himself TV recently lost its manliest man - a small-town government employee named Ron Swanson. Actor Nick Offerman's run on NBC's Parks and Recreation ended when the show went off the air in February.  read all 

Monday, May 25, 2015
U.k.'s temples makes smokeless psychedelia at vancouver's biltmore You wouldn't expect a psychedelic rock band to discourage its fans from indulging in psychotropic drugs, but Temples singer-guitarist James Bagshaw took a moment during Saturday night's show at the Biltmore to do just that. Before the group from Leeds had even finished its opening number-the awesome title track from Temples' equally awesome 2014 debut album, Sun Structures -Bagshaw annoounced, "Whoever's smoking weed, fuckin' cut it out.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
Mclaren's barren run finally over as button earns 4 points From left, soccer star player Cristiano Ronaldo, McLaren driver Fernando Alonso, of Spain, model Cara Delevingne and McLaren driver Jenson Button, of Britain, pose during a photo call at the MacLaren pits prior to the start of the Formula One Grand Prix, at the Monaco racetrack, in Monaco, Sunday, May 24 2015. Soccer star player Cristiano Ronaldo, left, and McLaren driver Fernando Alonso, of Spain, attend a photo call at the McLaren pits prior to the start of the Formula One Grand Prix, at the Monaco racetrack, in Monaco, Sunday, May 24, 2015.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
All roads lead to rafa for djokovic, says courier Favorite Novak Djokovic will not be unduly alarmed by the prospect of facing defending champion Rafa Nadal in the quarter-final of the French Open, according to twice winner Jim Courier. Serb Djokovic has been virtually unplayable this year, amassing a 35-2 win-loss record including the Australian Open title and Masters 1000 triumphs at Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo and Rome, and has a golden chance to complete his career grand slam in Paris.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
Khloe kardashian fails to crack a smile during flight to dubai after partying in las vegas 'Hangovers are the worst!': Khloe Kardashian fails to crack a smile during flight to Dubai after partying in Las Vegas She has been on a health kick in the past year with frequent visit to Gunnar Peterson's workout studio in Beverly Hills and lean meals. But Khloe Kardashian clearly overindulged on Friday night when she hosted a 1OAK party in Las Vegas wearing a semi-sheer black dress.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
Iconic filmmaker john waters to receive honorary degree When the Rhode Island School of Design offered iconic filmmaker John Waters an honorary degree, he was surprised. After all, he got thrown out of every school he ever went to.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
'rosencrantz and guildenstern': fun at 'hamlet' characters' expense Company It's single Bobby's 35th birthday and his friends have ideas about what he should want. Opens Friday.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
Most young canadian isis recruits targeted online: jason kenney Most young Canadian ISIS recruits are being targeted online and are often "social misfits" who sometimes come from troubled families, Defence Minister Jason Kenney says. Kenney made the comments on CTV's Question Period, days after the RCMP announced that it had arrested, and later released, 10 Montreal teens suspected of wanting to joining the Islamic State group in the Middle East.  read all 

Sunday, May 24, 2015
Valleyview secondary school Welcome our fellow graduates, platform guests, teachers, parents, and friends. I am Corinna Calder and I am Markus DenBraber.  read all