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VanVleet is Vantastic in Win Against San Lorenzo

The Raptors played their second game of a back to back against San Lorenzo at home at the Air Canada Centre.

For this game, coach Dwane Casey opted to sit out most of his star players that include: DeRozan, Lowry, Sullinger, Carroll, Valanciunas, Patterson, Joseph and Ross. 390 more words


Searching for Powells

I’m having a frustrating time trying to get beyond Richard Powell, born around 1791 in, he says, Bromfield, Shropshire.

I can only find two likely Richard Powells, neither of whom was born or baptised in Bromfield. 420 more words

Census Returns

Viewed as a postscript to Vietnam, the Second Gulf War qualifies as a clear-cut success that gave rise to problematic second-order effects. For officers such as Powell, Schwarzkopf, and Franks, Desert Storm signified redemption, not least of all because, as Powell put it, “the American people fell in love again with their armed forces.” Politically, this brief and seemingly epochal campaign also largely dismantled any restraints on the use of force.

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Notes On History

Album Reviews: 14/10/2016

After a lazy week of releases where Julia Jacklin’s fantastic folk fables were the only saving grace, a new batch of albums covering a variety of genres both entertain and disappoint. 2,148 more words



Faulty rave, dysfunctional techno; what do you call Powell? Regardless of obligatory genre titles, Sport sounds like dance music dragged through the slaughterhouse. A sound propelled by an impotent swagger, both a form of patchwork DIY and ultra HI-FI assault. 413 more words


Powell -- 'Sport' [review]

Powell’s first full-length outing for XL Recordings is topmost loaded, post genre wrecking ball maneuvering. The record’s many styles, and overall eclectic approach; from funk-junk to punked-up repetition, digicore to wonky grime, makes things not only an at times un-pleasurable listening experience, but also comes over like one of those guest mix DJ slots as opposed to a studio album.  87 more words

Toronto Raptors Off Season Report

2015/2016 Record: 56-26 (2nd in the East, lost the Easter Conference Finals)


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