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Your Complete Guide to October 2018 Events in Seattle

Lauding itself as "America's largest festival of beef," Seattle Met's Cowabunga festival presents an all-you-can-eat weekend full of cook-offs and cow meat tastings (with ... or as a co-founder of the ... read more

Denver councilman: Rein in medical marijuana

Citing a “regulatory vacuum,” that allows a freewheeling culture among some Denver medical-marijuana dispensaries, Councilman Charlie Brown wants to establish a broad raft of regulations on the ... read more

Insight: Robert Paylor / Cap-To-Cap / Alpine Symphony

Cal’s Rugby team won the national title on Saturday, but in the course of play center Robert Paylor was injured and is now paralyzed from the waist down. John Shorey was Robert’s coach at Jesuit High ... read more

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The Numbers Don’t Lie: White Far-Right Terrorists Pose a Clear Danger to Us All

O Sean Duffy, where art thou? Back in February, the Republican congressman from Wisconsin told CNN’s Alysyn Camerota that white terrorists of the far-right variety did not pose the same level of ... read more


Wife of Billionaire T. Boone Pickens Plots to Save Wild Horses From Slaughter

Madeleine Pickens, wife of the eccentric billionaire tycoon T. Boone Pickens, wants to ride to the rescue of a beleaguered national icon. The wild horses that have been an emblem of the wide-open ... read more

Steely Geena Davis, Sneaky Donald Sutherland

"Commander In Chief" still seems to be using off-the-shelf plot devices (the First Gentleman wants to do manly jobs and not First Ladyish jobs; the alienated teenage daughter drops a guilt-bomb on her ... read more

In the age of Donald Trump, vaccine policy is becoming politicized, with potentially deadly consequences

There has usually been broad bipartisan support for such mandates and the idea that children should be vaccinated in order to attend school. It's a consensus that has served the country well for many ... read more

News and talk tops in overall local radio market

In-depth news and talking heads waltzed over country music to lead the Chico radio market last fall. Northstate Public Radio (KCHO-FM 91.7) and KPAY-AM 1290 tied for first in the share of total ... read more

US SHOULD INVADE CANADA?

Not satisfied with a war in Afghanistan, a War on Terror, and an impending war with Iraq, my buddy, Jonah Goldberg, editor of National Review Online, wants the US to invade Canada. However, the ... read more

'He's still here.' And other revelations in the Harrington case

How did Morgan's body end up in a cow pasture 10 miles away ... in that area– and recalled yet another unusual behavior for a young woman alone on a dark rainy night. "She curtsied," says Cappuzzo, ... read more

Entelev, CanCell, and Cantron: Not curing cancer since the 1930s

His idea of cancer causation is that Progenitor cryptocides becomes ... particularly because the clear homeopathic version looked very different from the dark-colored original version. In any case, ... read more

A Debate About McCain

NASHVILLE -- Every debate, every encounter, every moment of Campaign 2008 is its own mini-drama. Tuesday's debate at Belmont University is no exception. The focus is all on John McCain. Since his ... read more



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