83 Dead in Syrian Military Repression

June 9, 2012 by  
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Some 83 Syrians, most of them non-combatants, were killed on Saturday by the Syrian military. In Deraa, the small town in the south of the country where the revolution began, the Syrian military subjected inhabitants to an artillery barrage. About 17 activists were killed in Deraa with dozens more injured. Likewise, a similar action in [...]

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What Americans Sorely Need (Mark Twain Poster)

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Project 365 {week 23}

June 9, 2012 by  
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This week my maternity leave was officially over. You would think I wouldn’t notice since it was also the start of summer break. But I was at work four of the seven days this week. The theme this week?  Pack it, move it out. The DSLR? Was no where to be found in this madness [...]

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The Great Canadian Beaverfest

June 9, 2012 by  
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The Great Canadian Beaverfest took place at Windsor’s Riverfront Festival Plaza. Saturday night featured Honeymoon Suite, Puddle of Mudd and headlingers, The Cult.  Not even the passing rain had much of an effect on the 6000 fans in attendance t…

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Summer is here

June 9, 2012 by  
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Today was one of those days you always *hope* for, but rarely get.

We’ve been on the go the last several weekends — to be honest, I don’t think my family has had a “free” weekend in months. The next several weekends after this we will be on the go a…

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Wowee zowee! Computex 2012 Day Three: A more exciting headline edition!

June 9, 2012 by  
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Day three of Computex brings a busy day on the showfloor as we look at PNY, ADATA, Fractal Design, Corsair, and more.

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Faux News & Patriotism (Jamiol Cartoon)

June 9, 2012 by  
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Coutesy Paul Jamiol

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ALBUM REVIEW: Farthest Field – Daniel Martin Moore & Joan Shelley

June 9, 2012 by  
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From the the first track, the new album Farthest Field by Daniel Martin Moore and Joan Shelley is a gentle departure from a world of overwhelming sensory stimulation. First of August layers pedal steel over a simple acoustic guitar rhythm, acoustic fo…

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Onto Bigger Things

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I feel like I’m running full force toward the edge of a cliff, wanting nothing more than to Stop! Stop! Stop! yet at the same time excited for the inevitable free fall ahead.

Bethany is now officially done with elementary school. I remember, growing u…

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Tonight: Otto Vector and Nightlife, Orchid, Ferndale

June 9, 2012 by  
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If you’re still trying to figure out what to do tonight head on out to Ferndale and check out Nightlife and Otto Vector at the Orchid. I know this will be a great show because I saw them play together at Luna at the beginning of the year and it was and…

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