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‘Trouble Man’ At 40: A Classic, But Where’s Its Cult?

Forty years ago, Trouble Man was released in theaters. Penned and produced by screenwriter John D.F. Black, it screens like […]

As Egypt Prepares To Vote, Only One Side Seems Organized

For three consecutive weeks, the Egyptian opposition has called mass protests against a controversial draft constitution that Egyptians are being […]

Tragedy In Connecticut: Shooting At Elementary School

Tragedy struck this morning in Newtown, Conn., where there’s been a shooting at an elementary school and it’s being reported […]

It’s All Politics, Dec. 13, 2012

Labor pains in Michigan, President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner head to the cliff, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice is […]

Brewers Prepare Beer For The End Of Time, Mayan Or Otherwise

The world isn’t going to end next Friday, but December 21, 2012, has come to be known as the Mayan […]

‘Manufactured Charges’ Maligned Her Character, Rice Says

“In recent weeks, new lines of attack have been raised to malign my character and my career. Even before I […]

Pop Culture Happy Hour: Is Everything Worse Than Ever? And A Gift Guide!

You can’t fill your end-of-the-year season with nothing but good cheer, or you’ll turn into a candy cane. (That’s science.) […]

Sowing The Seeds For A Great American Chestnut Comeback

Though we hear about them every holiday season in that famous song, chestnuts – whether roasting on an open fire […]

Nigeria’s Jews Celebrate Hanukkah

“Being welcomed by, and embraced by Igbos who take Judaism so seriously … it raises the question of what it […]

‘We’ve Got Bigger Fish To Fry’ Than Going After Pot Smokers, Obama Says

It looks like the feds will not be worrying much about those folks who choose to smoke pot in Colorado […]

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