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What The World Eats For A Better, Luckier 2012

Many cultures greet the New Year with a feast that symbolically sets the table for the year ahead. As they […]

‘It’s A Great Day In South Carolina’ – If You Have A Job

South Carolina has an unemployment rate of 9.9 percent, above the current national figure. But that’s not the message you’ll […]

African Prints More Sophisticated, Subtle In 2011

In 2011, a number of major design houses used African prints and motifs, including Michael Kors, Burberry and Oscar de […]

An ‘Iron Lady,’ In A Portrait With No Brass At All

Even those hardy souls who endured Mamma Mia! — and who therefore have reason to fear director Phyllida Lloyd’s magnificent […]

Debunked Science: Studies Take Heat In 2011

2011 may go down as the year of the retraction in the scientific world. Among the highly publicized discoveries that […]

In Sales, Android Has Upper Hand On The iPhone

Apple’s iPhones may seem more cool, but the Google-backed Android phones are much more popular in the United States. In […]

Terrorists Struggle To Gain Recruits On The Web

Terrorist groups seemed to be all over the Web in 2011. There were al-Qaida videos on YouTube, Facebook pages by […]

Avastin Falls Short In Treatment Of Ovarian Cancer

Cancer-fighter Avastin just came up short as a treatment for ovarian tumors. Two studies found that the drug, which blocks […]

At Romney Rally, Iowa’s Moderate GOP ‘Silent Majority’ Voters Start Talking

Another strong turnout this morning for Mitt Romney at a restaurant in Cedar Falls, though the small place wasn’t quite […]

Learning ‘Sri Lankan Home Cooking’ A Family Affair

A child of Sri Lankan immigrants, music journalist S.H. “Skiz” Fernando, Jr. grew up eating Sri Lankan food regularly. But […]

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The Oklahoma Rock Show filters through dozens of submissions a week to find the best in new local music. Ryan LaCroix is the host and mastermind behind the show and teaches at the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma (ACM@UCO).

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