Thursday, August 17, 2017

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Three Percenter

Bomb-plot suspect linked to III% group, but who are they?

As America reels from the terrorism in Charlottesville, Virginia, a man from the rural Oklahoma town of Sayre has been arrested for allegedly attempting...

Eclipse: The path of totality and the super-hot corona

Am I the only one who has bought into all of this eclipse hype? I'm not willing to travel to get the best views...
Good Gravy Diner

Good Gravy: American diner brings the calorie bombs

When it comes time to appraise the value of a dish, the accessibility of the American diner becomes a double-edged sword. In diner food's...
your shoes

In your shoes, to feel what you go through

In your shoes, to feel what you go through by Brian Kasaine Let's trade places Mount my horse I'll slip feet into your shoes. Ride through my garden of...
Doc Doc Zeus

Fmr. Asst. AG of Maryland pens book about doctor rape

Thomas Keech is a retired assistant attorney general for the state of Maryland, having represented its State Board of Physicians for 16 years. During...
pre-meal ritual

Sundaze: Our pre-meal ritual is becoming ridiculous

Don't worry, this isn't a "get off my lawn" comic. I can't say I personally understand taking pictures of everything you eat, but I...
Writers' Fund

Photos: Most of these people contribute to our Writers’ Fund (and...

From a former governor to folks in the nonprofit sector, NonDoc's supporters run the gamut of age, background and profession. This diverse cast of...
Anthony Scaramucci

Sundaze: Scaramucci down right fierce to Priebus

Is it weird that, after reading the bizarre interview the president's new director of communications, Anthony Scaramucci, gave with the New Yorker this past week,...
Greed

‘Greed turns an empire to dust’

Wilderness by James Coburn I don't need a president’s approval for the spring in my step. We hold hands beyond night. Mass in starlight; enlighten dark despair. Walk within wilderness of rainforest breathing...
July cold front

Sundaze: Looking forward to a July cold front

It's that time of year again — that time when I don't go outside for two months straight. Summer has its positives: lots of events, good...
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