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An Interview With Joe Johnson

By: Seamus Fay

Whether fulfilling his role by supplying Henny, ordering 50 wings to the club, or rushing an artist to a venue, the show doesn’t go on without the help of Roxbury’s own, Joe Johnson. 865 more words

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Benjamin Renner--The Big Bad Fox (2015) [translated 2017]

SOUNDTRACK: RHEOSTATICS-Fall Nationals, Night 4 of 10, The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto (December 11, 2005).

This series contains the final Rheostatics live shows that are left to write about.  1,883 more words

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Book review: The Big Bad Fox, by Benjamin Renner, translated by Joe Johnson

Renner, Benjamin. The Big Bad Fox. Trans. by Joe Johnson. First Second, 2017. $15.99. 187p. ISBN 978-1-62672-331-3. Ages 9-13. P9Q10

The protagonist of this book is just the opposite of the title: “the big bad fox” can’t intimidate the chickens on the farm. 150 more words

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A Hodology of Videogames: Miasmata

Ian here—

Welcome to the second of a series of posts I’ll be doing on hodological space in games. “Hodological space” refers to the space that humans inhabit: not a space made up of strict coordinates, but a thicket of  1,464 more words

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Second Round Preview: Warriors vs. Jazz

Golden State Warriors (1) vs. Utah Jazz (5)

How they got here: Golden State easily swept the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round while Utah outlasted the Los Angeles Clippers in a very gruelling, extremely entertaining seven game series. 1,068 more words


Joe Johnson's longtime teammate explains how 'ISO Joe' still takes over NBA playoff games

Joe Johnson buried the Los Angeles Clippers. The 35-year-old pulled out his full bag of tricks and took over Games 1 and 4 entirely while making clutch plays for throughout the Utah Jazz’s seven-game series victory. 1,146 more words


Don't Act Surprised, 'Iso Joe' Has Been Doing This For Years

DISCLAIMER: This video features multiple impressive Joe Johnson game winners and very little photos. Your welcome.

UTAH signed Joe Johnson for moments like this. Game 1. 915 more words