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Documentary Review Since 1987, the cable network A&E has run the popular “Biography” series, exploring the history of American companies and personalities. One such documentary chronicles the improbable rise of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream business, from its humble beginnings to its eventual financial success. The director first takes us to the childhood of Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, eventual...
Diamondbacks @ Brewers D-backs’ Key Player: Ian Kennedy. Kennedy, who sports a 21-4 record (including a 12-1 record since the All-Star break) and a 2.88 ERA this season, has been shut down so far this year. If the D-backs expect to win, they’ll need perfection out of their ace. Brewers’ Key Player: Corey Hart. The right fielder doesn’t lead the Brewers...
Book Review: Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell Marcus Luttrell had a decision to make, one that would turn into the most regretful decision of his life. While on a reconnaissance mission scouting an Afghan mountain village that was known to harbor Taliban and Al-Qaeda leaders, Marcus Luttrell, a Navy SEAL, and his three SEAL teammates encountered two Afghani shepherds and...
Michele Bachmann, the Republican representative from Minnesota’s 6th legislative district, is running for President of the United States. She is the only female candidate in the Republican primary, and last month became the first woman to win the Ames Iowa Straw Poll. She announced her candidacy on June 27 with high expectations. Because of her vocal presence as a Tea...
St. Vincent’s front woman is nothing typical. Hailing from the Dallas area, the beautiful Annie Clark has opened for a handful of legendary acts including Television, Arcade Fire, and Grizzly Bear. She even worked with Bon Iver on a pretty cool track for the maybe not so cool film, New Moon (2009). Though she’s far from reaching the household...
Primary campaign debates have always held an important, though dysfunctional, role in the election process. They almost always provide fodder for the swathes of political analysts, myself included, that emerge from the woodwork during primary season, as party brain trusts argue the relative merits of candidates and their positions. From a functional standpoint, they solve almost nothing. First off, as...
With the recent and massive turnover in college football realignment, teams in the Big XII Conference have been forced to try to find new conferences to join. A&M is, pending a lawsuit, headed to the SEC, Nebraska and Colorado have already left, and the two Oklahoma schools seem to be flirting with the Pac-12. While many have assumed that Texas...

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