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Come From Away Recalls a Time of "Better Angels" Post 9/11

1 year ago by Margaret Downing
Moments after the 9/11 attacks in 2001 and the resulting air traffic chaos and shutdown, nearly 7,000 airborne passengers were diverted to Gander International Airport, located in a small town in Newfoundland. Over the next few days, most of the world heard the story of the welcoming Canadians who took...
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Scorpio Rising: Dennis Coffey Gets Funky and Jazzy on Live Record

2 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
It sounded like the greatest theme song to a gritty ‘70s cops-criminals-drugs movie that never came out. But in 1971, guitarist Dennis Coffey’s funky, rocking, slashing instrumental “Scorpio” was a million seller, hitting No. 6 on the Top 40. And it’s one of the few tunes by a white act...
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12 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Fear 2017’s Summer Movie Season

4 years ago by Chris Klimek
Pour one out for the summer movie season, which was once Memorial Day till Labor Day but now has spread like a self-replicating, geometrically evolving A.I. determined to cleanse the Earth of human vermin. Around the turn of the century, the summer movies started showing up the first weekend in...
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A Long Overdue Reunion

21 years ago by Kamilah Duggins
Fifty-five years ago on April 11, Harry Feinberg, then a 25-year-old American GI, woke up prepared to continue wearing down a war-torn Germany. On that same day, Mike Gerstner, then a 19-year-old prisoner in a Nazi labor camp, woke up prepared to do nothing but survive. At the time, Feinberg...
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Combat Veterans Fall Prey to Gambling Addictions at an Alarming Rate

9 years ago by Tucker, John H.
In 2007, having served with distinction during two deployments to Iraq and one to Afghanistan, U.S. Air Force firefighter John Brownfield Jr. took a job as a correctional officer at the maximum-security federal prison in Florence, Colorado, 40 miles south of Colorado Springs. Ten months later prison officials caught the...
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U.S. Military Forces Will Take Over Texas This Summer and Put Enemies in FEMA Death Domes. (Either that, or a military training exercise kicks off in July).

6 years ago by Craig Malisow
While you were busy fretting over Zayn Malik leaving One Direction, the U.S. military-industrial complex was planning a covert operation involving FEMA death camps and martial law right here in Texas. Or at least that's how conspiracy theorists are interpreting a weird military training exercise called Jade Helm 15, which...
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U.S. Military Deserters Once Again Flock to Canada to Avoid War

12 years ago by Megan Feldman
Just five feet tall, with a baby strapped to her chest and a soft, faltering voice, Kim Rivera is anything but soldierly. Yet two years ago she was a Texas private in the War on Terror, guarding a gate with an M4 rifle and frisking Iraqi civilians at a base...
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Pop Rocks: 5 Prayers We Wish We'd Heard at Perry's Rally

10 years ago by Pete Vonder Haar
As you may be aware, Governor Rick Perry held a prayer rally last Saturday at Reliant Stadium. Dubbed "The Response" (and redubbed "Prayerapalooza" by some, or "Reliant's Preseason Concession Test Run" by us just now), the event attracted some 30,000 folks drawn by Perry's call to pray for "a nation...
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Pop Rocks: The 5 Prayers We Didn't Hear at Perry's Rally

10 years ago by Pete Vonder Haar
As you may be aware, Governor Rick Perry held a prayer rally last Saturday at Reliant Stadium. Dubbed "The Response" (and redubbed "Prayerapalooza" by some, or "Reliant's Preseason Concession Test Run" by us just now), the event attracted some 30,000 folks drawn by Perry's call to pray for "a nation...

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