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Beatlemania Vs. Can’t-escape-the-Kardashians

I know which one get’s my vote.

Don’t get me wrong, I love watching the Kardashians as much as the next person – who will happily tell you it’s their guilty viewing pleasure. 643 more words

Arts & Culture

BOOK REVIEW: Hollow Shores by Gary Budden

There is a small beach town outside of London, surrounded by saltmarshes and old World War II bunkers, filled with birds, punks, a vampire hunter, and memories. 1,241 more words

Fiction

Indie City Madness Episode 131: J'aime trop le café

Indie City Madness Episode 131: J’aime trop le café

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This week on ICM, Rick and Julie share their love of caffeine and play loads of new music by Galapagos, Sills & Smith, REBELLE, Sweet Rocket and more! 121 more words

Ottawa

The Origin of Slender Man

By Silver Milleson

I’m sure that nearly every American has at least heard of the Slender Man, considering its widespread coverage and the incident from 2014. 185 more words

Arts & Culture

Things That Happened 10 Years Ago

By Mallory Carpenter

6. The iPhone 3G

10 years ago, the old and small iPhone 3G was released. It’s hard to believe because, in November 2017, the new iPhone X was released to the people. 334 more words

Arts & Culture

The Atlanta Opera returns in 2018 with 'The Daughter of the Regiment'

The Atlanta Opera continues its 2017-18 season with Donizetti’s The Daughter of the Regiment, known for its romance, comedy, and vocal acrobatics. Andriana Chuchman will make her Atlanta debut as Marie, the adopted “daughter” of the French 21st regiment. 918 more words

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FICTION: The Man Called Father Death by Mason Chennells

He didn’t care if people saw him stumble into the backyard, that or he was too blasted to notice anyone see him. Such an ugly old man he was, adorned with rags rather than clothes and armed with a bottle of his sweet green fairy. 4,165 more words

Fiction