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Booked In With Jess: 15

You know when you walk into Waterstones, or any book shop for that matter, and one cover jumps out at you instantly? That’s exactly what happened to me when I saw Laura Barnett’s… 444 more words


Not sharing well continued...

By Jeff Lund | Capital City Weekly

Along the same thread as last week…

If I do get to fish the run I want without being squeezed out or pinching someone out of their spot, the goal then becomes catching fish. 495 more words


She Loves Me, Not My Music

Music, Movies & Moods is a monthly free-form column in which Matt Melis explores the cracks between where art and daily life meet.

One of my favorite scenes in film history takes place in Rick’s Café Américain. 1,546 more words

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[OPINION] Open letter To Sunday Oliseh By Nomso Obiajuru

Dear Coach Sunday Oliseh

As a sport enthusiast and a lover of Nigeria Super Eagles, I am constrained to write you this open letter. This follows a number of issues that I believe it is important for you to clarify and to come clean on. 976 more words


You’re a Socialist-American? Please Explain...

I predict this coming summer will find more residents of Mid Coast Maine, where I live, wearing Bernie Sanders t-shirts than the current favorite, Che Guevara model. 1,362 more words


Talking Out The Dead: "Start To Finish"

Kelen Conley: This episode had a ton of things happen. While I hate that it ends on a cliffhanger, many storylines that have been plodding for the last 4 episodes get moving along in a hurry. 4,197 more words

Autobot Matrix Of Leadership

Open Letter to President Buhari on Economic and Political Synergy

This Letter is a response to the myriad of issues facing Nigeria under your Presidency especially now that your efforts at curbing corruption are really revealing the depth to which the malaise has crept into Nigeria’s body politic. 1,771 more words