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THS 019: Northwestern, the NFL, and the Colts

The Hoosier Sound is here for its weekly episode with Matt Lukens and Noah Freeman. If you want to catch the live stream, check out our… 110 more words

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Rebuilding Soraya Station: A Journey into Sumatra Conservation

Written by Dr. Robert Johnson, Chief Operating Officer, International Operations, Rare Species Fund

I have spent more than a decade helping conduct in situ conservation projects for the Rare Species Fund (RSF) across the world. 4,749 more words

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Album review: John Hammond, John Hammond Live (1984)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 1, 1984

By Steve Newton

If you happened to see John Hammond’s recent Vancouver appearance, this LP–recorded live at McCabe’s Concert Hall in Santa Monica, California last year–should prove a worthy remembrance of that night. 143 more words

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Facts on US embassy move in London

After cancelling a visit to London to open the  new US embassy Donald Trump said:

“Reason I cancelled my trip to London is that I am not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for ‘peanuts,’ only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollars.

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THS 018: Penn State Post-Game Analysis

The Hoosier Sound is here for its weekly episode with Matt Lukens and Noah Freeman. If you want to catch the live stream, check out our… 92 more words

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Jake Bugg isn’t Buggin’

By Kalkidan Tadese, Contributing Writer

Jake Bugg’s Got Jokes, but his music isn’t one.
Jake Bugg’s fourth album “Hearts That Strain” was released this past September and… 443 more words

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Cut Straight to Record | Recording technology & the sound of early Blues

12 Days of Blues-Mas 2017 | Episode #9

Written by Dr Anders Ingram

My recent release, The Trouble EP, was recorded and cut direct to vinyl by The Lathe Revival in Newcastle in 2016 using 1930s equipment. 1,203 more words

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