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Why Detroit Really Cares About The Looming Retirement of Calvin Johnson

It’s 1934. People stand along the river separating Detroit from Windsor. Despite the Depression, what they see when they turn around and stare at the Detroit skyline is hope. 4,112 more words

21st Century

Arcade Games: What's Your All Time Favorite?

104.3 WOMC is giving away Duran Duran concert tickets this week. When they were hot in the early 80’s, you couldn’t walk into an arcade without hearing ‘Hungry Like The Wolf” or ‘Is There Something I Should Know’. 106 more words

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PETA sues to challenge new law that allows opossum tradition

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is challenging a new law designed to preserve a western North Carolina New Year’s Eve tradition involving a live, wild opossum. 98 more words

North Carolina

Why the 'Madden NFL' covers are more than just box art

You’ve likely heard the argument regarding whether or not video games are pieces of art. Regardless of what side of the fence you’re on, there’s no denying that at least the covers that come on video game boxes are art, because, well, they’re called… 424 more words

Seattle Seahawks Fan Uses 'Madden' Video Game To Show Marshawn Lynch Would Have Scored

Every Monday morning quarterback and armchair coach is talking about the play call for a pass at the end of last night’s Super Bowl XLIX. The Seahawks chose to pass instead of utilizing Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch and the play resulted in a game ending interception. 42 more words

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Nearly 800 trick-or-treaters stopped at John Madden's house on Halloween looking for free candy, video games

PLEASANTON, Calif. – Nearly 800 trick-or-treaters flocked to Hall-of-Fame former Oakland Raiders coach/analyst and iconic video-game founder John Madden’s East Bay Area home on Halloween Friday, many of those local kids with hopes of bagging something far more prized than candy. 195 more words

NFL

The Insight: Was I The George Plimpton of Madden Football?

In which an ardent, young writer channels the ghost of George Plimpton, co-founder of the The Paris Review and legendary participatory journalist. Here’s what he learned. 1,947 more words

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