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Here’s a pretty exhaustive guide to winter and spring arts events in Columbia

There’s a lot going on in Columbia ... the arts – some weeks, you can attend a different arts event every day. So we’ve rounded up a few of the activities we’ll be putting on our calendars this spring. This is just a sampling – more events ... read more

What's Wrong With the Coffee Mortality Study? You Tell Us.

At first the list of confounding factors from the paper looked pretty exhaustive (and long) to us, but there’s always more factors to consider. So let’s play a game of find the confounding factor. What else do you think should the researchers have ... read more

20 of Tampa Bay's favorite food, drink and culinary experiences

Ours is by no means an exhaustive list but ... gems in February and through the spring. The Hillsborough County town boasts a festival that pays tribute to the sweet fruit, attracting thousands of people and some pretty good country acts, too. read more

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Obama's sex secrets laid bare: How he considered a gay fling, had passionate sex and COCAINE with one white girl, proposed twice to another - and CHEATED on Michelle before ...

Obama, a new Columbia graduate who was working for a firm that prepared ... on Obama and the first to be published since he left office. It was written after exhaustive research by Pulitzer-prize winning biographer David Garrow, and also reveals ... read more

Minnesota Lives Up To Its Numbing Reputation Into Third Week of January

Snowfall amounts last winter were less than average ... Map credit: "During El Nino events (top) the frequency of U.S. tornadoes typically drops. When a La Nina phase prevails (bottom) tornado frequency goes up (indicated by red areas). read more

2007: The Year in PopWatch

That’s one reason why I (and, judging by the number of comments, you as well) enjoy reading Mandi Bierly’s PopWatch Confessional columns. They get at how important entertainment really is in our lives, and they open the emotional floodgates for readers ... read more

Yeah, but Christianity Built Universities and Hospitals!

Universities at Oxford and Paris began with the disciplines of theology, law, medicine, and the liberal arts. To see their unabashedly Christian environment, though, consider an example from several centuries later. Cambridge in the time of Newton The ... read more

Blinded alligator removed from BJWSA reservoir (with video)

A 7-foot blind alligator was retrieved from the reservoir at the main Beaufort-Jasper Water and Sewer Authority treatment plant Monday afternoon. Joe Maffo of Critter Management said he was called to the plant on SC 170 after the female alligator was ... read more

What happened before the Big Bang?

What happened before the Big Bang? Does that question even make sense? When astronomers think about the Big Bang, in general they don’t actually mean that one singular moment when the Universe burst into being. It’s really the name given to the model ... read more

I know who was behind Bobby Kennedy's murder, by his actor friend Robert Vaughn

Dr Robert Joling, a past president of the American Academy of Forensic Scientists, and sound expert Philip Van Praag concluded that, based on exhaustive analysis of ... a New York psychiatrist who teaches at Columbia University and is considered an expert ... read more


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