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Regular Programming Interrupted... or Decluttering and Flying

I’m switching it up a bit today.  I very rarely read non-fiction books as they’ve never really appealed to me.  It could be one of those vicious self-fulfilling cycles – I think I don’t like non-fiction, so I don’t spend time searching out the interesting ones, and then the non-fiction books I do read bore me.   650 more words

Reviews

Mollie King enlists Autumn Rowe, Patrick "J. Que" Smith for debut album

Mollie King has added Autumn Rowe and Patrick “J. Que” Smith to the list of songwriters for her upcoming debut album.

Rowe previously co-wrote “30 Days” for the Saturdays along with hitmaker Steve Mac. 132 more words

Universal Music Group

The Perks of a Club Athlete

It was the first home tournament of the 2013 season, and the men’s club volleyball team was facing the University of Tennessee in the semifinals. According to the team’s libero, Ben Parks, the Volunteers was the “team to beat” and the match was one to remember. 666 more words

General

CFA 2015 Game 28: Alabama State at Tennessee State, Sept. 6

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – For three quarters, the Tennessee State Tigers played the role of gracious hosts spotting the Alabama State Hornets a 14-3 lead in the John Merritt Classic at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. 251 more words

College Football America

More Awkward Moments in Children’s Books

Seeing how much you loved my post, Awkward Moments in Children’s Books, I now present to you More Awkward Moments in Children’s Books, courtesy of… 225 more words

Entertainment

CFA 2015 Game 22: St. Ambrose at Concordia (MI), Sept. 5

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St. Ambrose overcame three turnovers, 13 penalties and an eight-point late third-quarter deficit to rally for a season-opening 25-21 win at Concordia (Mich.) Saturday afternoon in Ann Arbor, Mich. 310 more words

College Football America

Cross Talk: Undiplomatic power -Samantha Power

How should we assess the behavior of Samantha Power, Washington’s top diplomat at the United Nations? Called by some a “foremost scholar on genocide,” Power is quick to back the use of military power in the service of so-called humanitarian goals. 36 more words

The International Reporter