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Local Governments in Mexico Might ‘Pirate’ Dragon Ball Super

Hit anime TV series Dragon Ball Super reaches episode 130 this Saturday with millions lining up to watch "The Greatest Showdown of All Time! The Ultimate Survival Battle!!" In Mexico, it looks like tu... read more

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades to headline second RiverRoast

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades has taken its effervescent brand of high-energy string-band music all over the country since forming in 2010 — New Mexico and Arizona might be the last frontiers ... Gregg ... read more

Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast

With Irene gone, scientists turned their attention to the open Atlantic Ocean, where Tropical Storm Katia was gaining strength and forecast to become a hurricane by early next week. Meteorologists sai... read more

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5 Questions with ... Laurie Rasmus, director of Macon County Environmental Management

A good chunk of almost every day involves planning for the future. The department’s operations revolve around planning for collection events, logistics and ensuring that materials are handled responsi... read more

Japanese Govt Intervention Fails to Stop Mass Dragon Ball Super Piracy

Despite being organized by local governments, every screening was unlicensed and completely illegal. Not even personal intervention by the Japanese government could halt the fun. Earlier this month, f... read more

Made in Maryland

A spaceship filled with specimens for an intergalactic zoo crashes and townspeople turn upmutilated in this extremely low budget feature. Baltimore filmmaker Don Dohler's first movie. Directed by Don ... read more

2012 Yahoo! Year In Review: Over 500 Top Searches In 50+ Categories

measures not just overall volume, but notes the changes since the previous year, rolling averages across the year; so, even though new items might spike, it may not not be enough to crack the top 10 i... read more

Wanna dispose of some sodium? Na.

You might think I’m posting this just because of the awesome title above, but in fact it’s for a video that’s even better. I know! Here’s the scoop: after WWII, the US government found ... and so as t... read more

Ferguson protesters ignore midnight deadline lockdown and taunt police

Officers seeking person who shot critically-wounded victim this morning Unarmed black teenager Michael Brown shot dead in Ferguson, Missouri 200 defiant protesters remained on streets of St Louis subu... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more

In two minds

It will become rifer still as governments cut jobs in the heavily unionised public ... Two American trade unionists—one dead and one living—provide examples of how this might be done. The dead one is ... read more

So, How Long Would It Take to Travel to That Exciting New Exoplanet?

Forget Avatar‘s exotic Pandora moon and the forest moon of Endor from Star Wars. Today’s top fantasy travel destination is the exoplanet Gliese 581g. Last week, the astronomy world lit up with the rep... read more

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