Monthly Archives: February 2016

Triple H's Attack on Roman Reigns Continues to Blur Lines in Rivalry

Triple H's Attack on Roman Reigns Continues to Blur Lines in Rivalry
That was vividly apparent during the closing segment of Raw this past Monday, when Triple H's attack on Roman Reigns signified just how different things are in WWE these days. In terms of their own personal feud, it continued to blur the lines and the …
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Create disposable credit cards and phone numbers with Blur — 50% off
Blur lets you create temporary email addresses, phone numbers, and credit cards so you can avoid marketing spam and weirdos on Craigslist. Right now, you can grab a two-year subscription for $ 29 via TechnoBuffalo Deals. Blur offers more than just …
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Reported in the News Letter during this week in 1916

Reported in the News Letter during this week in 1916
How were they going to get rid of the German incubus? By (1) work during the war and (2) preparation for peace. They were all agreed that we must win, but we were not going to do it by talk or by the tame, dishonoured policy of “wait and see”. We were …
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Miami Art Week, Day 3: Interview with Brandon Boyd of Incubus, Superfine! fair
For Brandon Boyd, frontman of the nu-metal band Incubus, so much depends upon the "very patient, caring models" who sit for his ink-stained watercolor paintings. Boyd says he prefers to freeze on the moment, midway through his portraits, when his …
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Watch Breathtaking Footage of Space X Rocket Launch and Landing Set to Incubus
A new Space-X Falcon 9 rocket launch and landing recap released today captures the excitement felt when a team of hundreds accomplished what few believed was possible. And, the emotion is contagious. Countless rockets have launched payloads into …
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Sublime evening with Dance Theatre of Harlem

Sublime evening with Dance Theatre of Harlem
Dance Theatre of Harlem almost didn't make it. In 2004, it took an 8-year hiatus due to financial woes. It resurrected in 2012, and now, back stronger than ever for its fourth season, it took to the Orpheum's stage Thursday night for an evening of …
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Sublime beauty beyond the book – The West Australian
Watching Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui's Apocrifu reminded me of reading a postmodern novel. The work has numerous strands and it's up to the viewer to work out the relationship of the parts to each other, if any. There are moments of clarity, of confusion, of …
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Sublime Text is being developed again after a year dormant
Sublime Text is one of the most popular text editors for developers out there, but over the last year concerns mounted that the project was dead as development of the next version stalled completely. This week, though, the app has come back to life …
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School of Seven Bells' SVIIB: EW Review

School of Seven Bells' SVIIB: EW Review
… tragically passed away from lymphoma at 35 in 2013. But before his untimely death, the pair began work on one final album together, which Deheza finished with revered Grammy-winning bassist and producer Justin Meldal Johnson (Beck, Nine Inch Nails).
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Cleveland Agora celebrates 50 years (vintage photos)
… of Cleveland's music history, with Agora venues hosting some of the biggest musicians of all time: Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, U2, the Police, Metallica, The Clash, ZZ Top, Bob Marley, Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails, Justin …
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'The River' both old, new for E Street Band
The practice, which became a trend a few years ago, isn't the province solely of classic rockers; Snoop Dogg, Lucinda Williams, Weezer and Nine Inch Nails have done it, too. Phish has made a tradition of offering a different album in concert every …
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As China's Economic Picture Turns Uglier, Beijing Applies Airbrush

As China's Economic Picture Turns Uglier, Beijing Applies Airbrush
Chinese President Xi Jinping, front, uses a new media broadcasting system to extend Lantern Festival greetings to the public at the headquarters of the People's Daily in Beijing, capital of China, on Feb. 19, 2016. Xi on Friday visited the People's …
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Why Wall Street hates this man
NEW YORK — Wall Street's enemies tend to be limited to lawmakers who have threatened to crack down on them such as Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, both of whom have called for breaking up the banks …
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Blustery Storm System Blows Into Northeast After Killing 8 in South
A deadly storm that sparked dozens of tornadoes across the Southeast focused its fury on the Northeast early Thursday — leaving hundreds of thousands without power, canceling hundreds of flights and causing havoc on the roads. At least eight people …
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John Oliver Explains Anti-Abortion Laws and Shares Some Cute Sloths on 'Last
… Woods​(Silicon Valley), Matt Rubano​(The AllAmerican Rejects), Stoya​(Adult Film Superstar), Jimmy McMillan​(NYC Mayoral Candidate), Sasheer Zamata​(SNL), Chris Gethard​(The Chris Gethard Show), Nina Payne​(WorldRenowned Dominatrix), …
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ITCL rejects expansion proposal
Andraso said the expansion proposal would have added Campbell of the All-American Conference and Waterloo of the Portage Trail Conference for an 18-team league that would have been split into three divisions. No further meetings are scheduled to …
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