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Theater Shooter: 'I Took The Blood That Wasn't Mine To Take'

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) – Aurora theater shooter James Holmes told a psychiatrist who treated him months after the attack that he was in jail because “I took the blood that wasn’t mine to take, and it was unfair, and I was selfish.” 393 more words

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Còig – August 14th, 2014 – St. James Hall, Vancouver, British Columbia

Finding the Rogue Folk Club would have been simple if I’d been in less of a hurry and seen the big “this is not the venue” note clearly written alongside the address I copied from their web page. 854 more words

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Suas E! Featuring Buddy MacDonald & Rachel Davis

Celtic Colours International Festival recently featured  Buddy MacDonald and Rachel Davis on the their Celebrating  Cape Breton’s Living Culture  video podcast.  Below is their interview along with a few tunes.

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Edge! - Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014

Edited version published in Beat magazine

Edge! appears to have some very clear objectives in mind. One is to make you so insanely uncomfortable you want to melt into the furnishings. 247 more words

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East St. Louis Woman Jailed for School-Skipping Kids

EAST ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – An East St. Louis woman can forget about making plans for the next couple of weekends — she’ll be spending them in jail because her kids rarely show up for school. 139 more words

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A Moment in the Cleveland Art Scene, Fall 2013

By Janet Dodrill

Thomas R. Roese is a spectacular Cleveland artist. His newest drawings are architecturals in charcoal, acrylic, and colored pencil, inspired by a recent trip to Germany and currently selling at… 339 more words

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Setting the mood

Jazz is smooth but life is rough in the 1950s, especially for an African American woman with a lot of responsibility and not much support. In James Baldwin’s “Amen Corner,” Sister Margaret (Rachel Davis), who is the pastor of a storefront church in Harlem, New York in the ‘50s, struggles to keep her family and her congregation together. 582 more words