Calm down, everybody!

, December 9, 2009

The streetcar I was on was full of people. When it pulled up at the next stop, the driver opened the door and told the man hoping to board that he’d have to wait for the next one. “Damn it!” the man shouted. “Shit!” When I got to work, one of the elevators was out […]

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Twenty-two people will be DJs this Saturday

, December 8, 2009

The second anniversary of Everyone’s a DJ is coming up this Saturday night, and we’re about to go bigger than we ever have before. Instead of doing our usual sixteen sets from 9:00 PM onward, we’re going to kick things off at 7:00 PM with an unprecedented twenty-two DJs. The schedule is available on our […]

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I can’t stand to say goodbye

, December 7, 2009

I don’t normally like to post about Righteous Melody in any great detail on this blog. The way I see it, if I have to explain a strip, then I haven’t written a good one. But lately in life, whenever heavy metal comes up in conversation, I feel obliged to point out that my opinions […]

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Pay for delay

, December 6, 2009

Did you know that in the United States, where name brand prescription drugs are often many times more expensive than their generic alternatives, it’s totally legal for the name brand company to pay the generic manufacturer not to make the cheaper drug so they can keep charging the much higher name brand rate to consumers? […]

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Corduroy skirts are a sin

, December 5, 2009

BoingBoing recently brought us a story about an “angry loser” named Michelle Deferio who took a placard reading “Homosexuality is sin, Christ can set you free!” down to Syracuse University, only to be brought to mob justice by a single gay student. “I decided that because this woman thought it was okay to make me […]

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Did you guys hear about Tiger Woods?

, December 3, 2009

He cheated on his wife. Oh, you already heard about that? All right, good. I can tell you about it again, though, if you want.

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So long, Art Bar, and thanks!

, December 1, 2009

We hosted the last of our readings at the Art Bar tonight, and we couldn’t have hoped for a better one. Doc Pickles kicked things off with a great reading, Kate Carraway followed it up with a triumphant return, Erika Rummel kept the room captivated with some compelling fiction, and Timothy Quinn brought it home […]

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