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I’ll Hot Cross Your Buns

The hot cross bun (heh, I said bun) is a traditional Easter food, and if you're really rigid you'll eat it as God intended, on ...

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Recent history says offense wins NCAA championships

It's the age-old question: Which is better, a dominant offense or a dominant defense? If recent history is an indicator, Division-I men's basketball coaches should ...

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TMP: Truly insidious Moral Piety from the Heartland

I got this email the other day from a publicist regarding the impending release of the new Joe Wright ("Atonement," Pride & Prejudice") movie "The ...

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Suspended!

This squirrel may appear to be suspended in mid air, but it is actually on a sunflower feeder and helping itself to both sunflowers and ...

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In Honor Of The First Zombie

Easter = Ham. Right? Turkey at Thanksgiving, meatballs at Christmas, ham at Easter. Ham, that is, and scalloped potatoes. There isn’t much to cooking a ...

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An Inspiration

Hi Chuck, just letting you know I visited Dakotah this evening just to chat and was honorably invited into his home out of the Susanville ...

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Standing Room Only

I have ridden the bus for a few years now. The drivers are friendly and go out of their way to help the passengers. When ...

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Review: Glass’ show anything but minimalistic

This review of Tuesday night's performance by Philip Glass a the Lied Center comes from Dean Bevan, a retired Baker University English professor who lives ...

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Darnell Jackson in line to accomplish rare feat?

Former Jayhawk Darnell Jackson picked up a start on Sunday for the Cleveland Cavaliers. As much as I had hoped that the starting nod came ...

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Why I’m concerned about Democrats being in a large majority

Like the title of my blog states, I’ve got a confession to make: I (as an extremely progressive democrat) am not entirely happy with our ...

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Idol gives birth to iffy songs

With each season, Idol trots out an entertaining theme night in which contestants select a song that was released in their birth year. And with ...

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The Most Important Thing to Do On Your Computer

Everyone struggles with computers. The only people who don't are those who don't use them and Mac users. (Mac users live in a different reality ...

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Weather To Be Cool, Not Arctic

I have a LOT of conversations about the weather. It is kind of an occupational hazard. I really don't mind giving impromptu forecasts to total ...

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On-Camera Interview with Seth Rogen

Eric interviews Seth Rogen the morning after the red carpet premiere of Rogen's new movie "Observe and Report" in Austin, Texas. At SXSW 2009, Eric ...

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I Say Potato, He Says MUSTARD.

If you've ever been to a church picnic, you've had this stuff. And really, it does taste pretty good, if you are really into mayo ...

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Mandatory Drug Screening for Expecting Mothers?

Infants born from mothers who used drugs during their pregnancy are 8.4% more likely to have health problems when they are born. An idea has ...

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Read about commuting? Yawn

I’ve read at least part of just about every bike-themed magazine I’ve ever come across. I’ve subscribed to a bunch, some longer than others. Some ...

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Free State baseball’s home opener full of firsts

I’m a sucker for nostalgia. Always have been. I don’t know if it comes from my baseball-card-collecting background as a child or from the fact ...

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In Plain Sight 4/5/2009

Previous: IPS 3/29/2009 Next:IPS 4/12/2009 geeking_topekan was first correct on his second try.. dancemomx2 was correct, but changed her mind. Multidisplinary also joined the winning ...

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An Ode- To the Kingdom of Lawrence

There once was a kingdom called Lawrence. It was nestled in a small valley beside a flowing stream. Its citizens had done valorous things in ...

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