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St. Frederick defense prepares to take flight

The St. Frederick football team took its lumps last week in a 41-7 loss to Sterlington. And things do not get any easier – just moved to the air instead of on the ground – when the Loyola Prep Flyers come to Chip Luffey Field on Friday at 7 p.m. 471 more words


St. Louis Man Charged In Shooting Deaths Of 2 Brothers

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) – A St. Louis man is facing murder charges in the deaths of two brothers last December.

The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s office issued two first degree murder charges against Deveis Sands, 22, of the 3800 block of Ashland, in the homicides of Justin and Devin Gordon. 78 more words


Politico Ad and Politico Article Agree: Politico Is 'Most Balanced' Political News Source

Politico enraged much of the media this morning when it published an article accusing top competitors The New York Times and The Washington Post of biased campaign coverage, favoring President Barack Obama. 169 more words


Zoo's Company: The Story Behind the Men's Mag Zanesville Story Smackdown

While the Giants clinched victory down in Indianapolis Sunday night, a contest of editorial mettle was taking place between New York’s top men’s magazines.

Shortly before kick-off, 751 more words

Off The Record

GQ Names Devin Gordon Senior Editor (FishbowlNY)

Devin Gordon will join GQ as senior editor. Gordon has been at Newsweek and Newsweek.com for the past twelve years where he edited Periscope and, most recently, has been editing and working on the relaunch of Newsweek.com.

The Oh-Ohs? That's a wrap...

So, here we are.  Just a little more than seven weeks until the end of another year.

Trying to focus on where the time goes gets progressively more difficult as our lives continue to get busier by the year.  206 more words


Boom Goes The Dynamite!

broadcast: Monday, February 23, 2009

by Olberblogger

Monday’s Countdown segments once again coalesced into a symbiotic whole:  Rich, white, famous people making fools of themselves. … 1,425 more words

Keith Olbermann