Sept. 10, 2014 - 09:57
The fifth-annual Hopscotch Music Festival is in the books, and while it has cultivated even deeper roots in the experimental, the abstract and the heavy-as-lead, this might have been the first year where it embraced all of its disparate scenes this even-handedly....
Sept. 10, 2014 - 09:57
In the play, a bored Richard Hannay takes home a beautiful secret agent with a thick accent, only to find her murdered the next morning. On the run from a foreign power called The 39 Steps, Hannay runs into a slew of characters as he seeks the man with a missing finger....
Sept. 10, 2014 - 09:57
Green Gate Olive Oils offers 56 different varieties of olive oil and balsamic salad dressing. Entering the store might be overwhelming at first, seeing so many types of flavored oil from the more traditional Basil Olive Oil to exotic brands like Blood Orange or Chipotle....
Sept. 10, 2014 - 09:57
SEDG partner Bob Chapman was on hand for last week’s redevelopment commission meeting to hear details of the brownfields agreement. City staff explained that the state authorized brownfields program allows potential developers of a once polluted piece of land to make future use of the site....
In this case, the formula works beautifully, thanks in large part to a winning performance by Tom Schilling in the pivotal role of Niko Fischer, a college dropout wandering through the streets of the titular city. Niko may be a quintessential sad sack, but no less likable or empathetic as a result....
Sept. 10, 2014 - 09:57
Several months ago, Whitney Thore was working as a producer for local radio station 1075 KZL and posted a video of herself titled “A Fat Girl Dancing” on the station’s YouTube channel just to increase social media traffic to the site. Thore, a former competitive dancer, impressed the Internet with her athletic ability as a 340 pound woman....

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