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The Glasgow Miracle

‘The Glasgow Miracle’ is a term that has been on the lips of critics and artists since at least 1996, when Swiss curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist first used it to describe Glasgow’s contemporary art scene. 727 more words

#4 | PREVIOUSLY ON...

Hello readers! I know I’ve been gone for a few weeks already but I was really busy and you’ll find out what has kept me from blogging the past few weeks in this blog post. 805 more words

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Idaho Officials: Missing Inmate Medical Records and $100k Drug Shortage Plagues Private Prison Transition

Earlier this year, the AP reported that the Idaho Department of Corrections would retake control of the state’s largest prison from Corrections Corporation of America amid a “decade of mismanagement and other problems at the facility.” That transition is now underway. 399 more words

MuckRock's "Private Prison Project" and the Need for Transparency

Last week, Muckrock.com announced it was launching the Private Prison Project: a long-term investigation of the use of for-profit prison companies to accommodate America’s exploding incarceration rate. 1,116 more words

USCF Board Member Supports Exclusion

One of the chess tournaments held in conjunction with the World Open was something named the “Senior Amateur.” There were two sections of this tournament, one for players rated over 2210 and one for those rated under 1810. 1,048 more words

Honourable member for cooperatives waits his chance

An obscure member of the third party in Parliament is leading the co-op movement in Canada. His name is Mauril Bélanger.
The Honourable Mauril is not obscure among Liberals. 606 more words

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