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THE BEST STUDIO IN TORONTO JUST GOT BETTER!!!

Steps away from the subway, and major highways, you can choose from their MID SIZE ROOMS, PREMIUM ROOMS and THE NEW D.C. MUSIC THEATRE. Grand ...

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The Mail Game (Reprise)

I wrote a recent blog about “junk mail” and surprisingly I was taken to task with arguments that such mail makes the delivery of first ...

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The Miseducation of Pat Roberts

Pat Roberts began his political career running the office of Senator Frank Carlson. Carlson, both while he was governor of Kansas, and later as senator, ...

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The Great Green Crushing Machine

There was a lovely article in the LJW this morning about a lightweight push mower. For those of us past a certain age it brings ...

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Taylor Swift loves Lawrence!

Excuse the exclamation points, but country cutie Taylor Swift has just professed her love for Lawrence and Kansas University (!!!!!!)! In a post on Oprah's ...

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Bossa Nova Discovery

“I just don't get it,” Karen said as she wondered about her musical tastes. “How can I be so hooked by Bossa Nova while still ...

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Sorry, ma

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my carbon footprint. But first a disclaimer. I’m not a big fan of the term “carbon footprint.” I ...

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Brandon Rush’s Jayhawk Flashback: Kentucky, 1/7/2006

Welcome to a special Jayhawk Flashback. The next two blogs won't feature my choice for a classic KU game, but instead a former Jayhawk's choice ...

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Pixar’s “Up” is another imaginative success

[three and a half stars] Roger Ebert thinks 3D is overrated: "Every single frame of a 3D movie gives you something to look at that ...

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On-camera interview with “Bloom Brothers” director Rian Johnson

Eric interviews writer/director Rian Johnson ("Brick") about his newest con-man comedy "The Brothers Bloom," starring Adrien Brody, Mark Ruffalo, and Rachel Weisz. This is an ...

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The long con of “The Brothers Bloom”

[three and half stars] The genre of the con-man movie is a tricky one for sure. One must assume, given the nature of the swindling ...

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Amit Agarwal - India’s Most Popular Blogger

Most of us blog on the Journal World for a creative outlet or to connect with friends and trade opinions. Amit Agarwal is India's first ...

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“Drag Me to Hell” a hell of a lot of fun

[three stars] A Universal logo from the 80s is the first thing shown onscreen in Sam Raimi’s “Drag Me to Hell,” and immediately I’m taken ...

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Bribery BBQ

A group of friends and I, several years ago, formed what can be best described as a drinking club. Or, if you want to seem ...

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Weekly Articles Digest

Hi all, With Memorial Day behind us (the weather was great in New York, but has since deteriorated), we start focusing on the summer activities ...

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“Sin Nombre” a stirring tale of hardship

[three stars] First-time writer/director Cary Fukunaga’s “Sin Nombre” is a movie about devastating and emotionally draining moments. What makes it unique among films that cover ...

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Funeral

It was a Tuesday night when my phone rang. It was my father, with whom I had not spoken for more than three years. When ...

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Pony Rides?

Additional photo. Her brother. Can you identify where this pony ride took place? Circa 1952

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Oh, those Allergies

As someone who suffers from seasonal allergies (avoiding medication as much as possible - everything makes me drowsy), I can't help but relate to this. ...

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Lawrence: What We Remember #2

This is the second in a series of recollections (well, they're not actually MY recollections) of places and things from Lawrence's past. Most of these ...

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