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Avs Beat Ducks 3-1 For 7th Straight Win

DENVER (AP) — The save by Jonathan Bernier that sticks out the most was the one where he simply stuck out his stick.

Out of sheer desperation, no less. 805 more words

Sports

Self-Help and the New Existentialism: Reflections on Colin Wilson: Philosopher of Optimism by Brad Spurgeon (Michael Butterworth: 2017)

Colin Wilson: Philosopher of Optimism by Brad Spurgeon (Michael Butterworth: 2017):

http://www.michael-butterworth.co.uk/colinwilson/cworder.html

For anyone familiar with the work of Colin Wilson the term ‘self-help’ – at least in its popularly understood definition, denoting popular books on weight loss and confidence, and so on – may seem too passive to describe the stature of a writer who regularly tackled such huge philosophical systems as phenomenology, and, in so doing, erected a new counterblast against the pessimistic assumptions of 20th century philosophy. 3,751 more words

Breaking Down: Avs/Wilds, Game 41

The Avs conclude the first half of the season on a 5 game winning streak and tentatively in a playoff spot. With a packed house and Avs alumni looking on after Milan Hejduk’s #23 rose to the rafters the guys played a quick, skilled game against a long-time nemesis and the 7-2 score is a pretty stout representation of their execution. 762 more words

Unfinished Business Continues: From a Glam Rock Roll to Light and Soundman, Music Jams and Colin Wilson Book Presentation at a Red Cross Event

MILAN – It was a crazy few days of a classic example of performing my unfinished business for my new company called Unfinished Business SAS, created last month and truly starting business next week. 1,797 more words

Travel

GDT: Avalanche vs Devils, Game #24

Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Your Colorado Avalanche take on the Devils of New Jersey tonight at the Pepsi Center. Game time is 9pm ET/7pm in the mountains and can be seen on Altitude and NHLtv. 148 more words

A New Edition of Philosopher of Optimism, and a First Look at a Never-Before-Released Video Interview with the Not So "Angry Old Man," Colin Wilson

PARIS – It has soon been four years since Colin Wilson, one of Britain’s angry young men of literature in the 1950s, died as a not-so-angry old man – at age 82 on 5 December 2013. 801 more words

Memoir

Paul D Brazill - Secret Library

Today we’re joined by Paul D Brazill, whose books include A Case Of Noir, The Last Laugh, Guns Of Brixton, Too Many Crooks, and Kill Me Quick! 671 more words

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