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1. Albums Drop With No Warning

 Where were you on Fri., Dec. 13, 2013 at midnight? Don’t say sleeping, because you’re lying. You were posted up in front of your computer on iTunes purchasing Beyonce Giselle Knowles-Carter’s self-titled opus and you know it. 1,681 more words


Why Historians Make Better Leaders

History class was often the most overlooked under prioritized class in school.  The adolescent voice cries out, “Why study yesterday when we have today…eat and drink and be merry…etc.etc.etc.”  As a church historian, that makes me cringe.   552 more words


A Journey Through New Rugbyland With Jonny King

By: Kyle Willoughby

It’s not everyday somebody offers to take you on a journey where they will be “discussing, detailing, deliberating, reflecting, ruminating and walking-with-you-in- words, through the England Rugby Tour of New Zealand in the June of 2014″ so when author Jonny King presented that very chance to me, I was loathe to refuse. 545 more words

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Lois Lerner's "Lost" emails may still exist

Lois Lerner’s emails not lost forever

According to House Republicans, Lois Lerner’s hard drives were less damaged than the IRS originally reported. Backup tapes containing her missing emails may still be available. 447 more words


Lincoln Medalists: James Earl Jones and Representative John D. Dingell Honored

On June 22, 2014, Ford’s Theatre honored James Earl Jones and Rep. John D. Dingell with the Lincoln Medal at the Ford’s Theatre Annual Gala. The Lincoln Medal is an annual award given by the Ford’s Theatre Society to a person (or persons) who, through their body of work, accomplishments or personal attributes, exemplify the lasting legacy, and mettle of character embodied by the most beloved President in our Nation’s history, President Abraham Lincoln. 633 more words


Top 14 Ugandan Artistes on Social Media; Bebe Cool is No1

A lot of rumour has been going around, comparing the most popular Ugandan artistes on Social Media, but no one has come out with reliable findings. 520 more words


“My everyday impressions is somehow captured in my head thinking “how could this possible be a dessert”. For example, a stone. It’s hard and you don’t want to put it in you mouth, thats what your mother told you when you were a kid, didn’t she? 47 more words