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Feelings on the How I Met Your Mother Finale (Mostly Rage)

So, after nine years, we’ve reached the end of How I Met Your Mother. In that time we’ve had laughs and we’ve had tears. But before the last episode we never had blind, murderous rage. 778 more words

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FSU Alumna Finds Success in Hollywood

Countless young men and women desire to make it big in Hollywood. They look to the glamorous lifestyles of the rich and famous and aspire to achieve that. 394 more words

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11-year-old mariachi singer's talent trumps racist tweets

Written by Leo Beas and Landon Miller 

When he was 4 years old, he told his father that he wanted to become a Mexican cowboy. 282 more words


‘When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die’


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A Lannister always pays his debts.

At the Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, fanatics of the HBO television series “Game of Thrones” gathered to re-experience the bloodcurdling episode “The Rains of Castamere” and discuss the fantasy series. 469 more words

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The Return of the Saga

Disney bought Star Wars and announced a sequel, a little because the Force is mysterious and there can be more written about it, a lot because it will probably make money. 880 more words

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Poetry show celebrates southern hospitality

“Salmon and Grits speaks to the soul. It speaks to who I am and where I’m from.”

Anthony “Sleepy Eyez” Carter is the organizer and host of the Salmon and Grits Poetry Show that was held at Le Chat Noir Friday night. 637 more words

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Relaxing in Space: New yoga studio opens doors

Space Yoga Studio owners Rebecca Ferraro, Frankie Kraemer and Moniqua Acosta-Heyman are all about helping any and everyone who wants to take up yoga.

The new spacious studio, located on Monte Sano Avenue in Augusta, is a big empty space with mats and a swing, and that’s exactly how they’re going to keep it, the owners said. 603 more words

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