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4 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Blog Even If You Don’t Have a Website Now

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Blogs influence buying decisions and allow you to establish yourself as an expert, which can lead to a wider network of professional resources and can make it easier for customers and potential customers to give you valuable feedback on your product or service offerings. Read More »

Artquake’s ‘Colour Your Canvas: Democracy, Art & Dialogue’ Event Empowers Young Vancouver Artists

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The exhibit included the unveiling of the Democracy Mural project, a two-piece mural created by a group of youths between the ages of 13 and 25 portraying their vision for the future of democracy. Read More »

Seven Bogus Health Trends You Shouldn’t Waste Your Time On

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Every year people buy into more and more health trends in an attempt to lose weight and feel healthy. But all too often they buy into the wrong things. Read More »

NAB 2015: Pep Rally with Jerry Lewis, a Former Senator, and Mr. Dodgers

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Peter Guber concluded, "For broadcasters this is not the end. It is not even the end of the beginning. It is the beginning of the beginning." Read More »

Theater Review: ‘Hamlet’ Starring Peter Sarsgaard at Classic Stage Company, Directed by Austin Pendleton

Scott Parkinson, Peter Sarsgaard, and Daniel Morgan Shelley in Classic Stage Company's 'Hamlet.' Photo by Carol Rosegg

CSC's new production emphasizes the psychological depths in Shakespeare’s classic story of murder, indecision and revenge. Read More »

Tennessee’s Troubling Move to Name the Bible as the State’s Official Book

Tennessee Establishment Clause of U.S. Constitution

Tennessee trying to name The Bible as the state's official book is the latest attempt to insert religion into government and challenge the U.S. Constitution's Establishment Clause. Read More »

Black Lives Matter: A Proposed Amnesty Program for Dirty Cops

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As a good faith gesture of conciliation to the black community, police departments around the nation should create South African style reconciliation commissions and grant amnesty to members of their departments who confess to wrongdoing that has resulted in the death or conviction of an innocent black man. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Unity 2D Game Development Cookbook’ by Claudio Scolastici

Unity 2D Game Development Cookbook, Claudio Scolastici, book

While this book is probably best suited for those new to 2D game design, its 'cookbook' layout also makes it a handy reference guide for those with a little more experience in Unity 3D. Read More »

‘Dinner With the Boys’ Written by and Starring Dan Lauria Begins Previews Off-Broadway April 21

Dan Lauria, 'Dinner With The Boys,' Acorn Theatre,

Lauria's play is a comedy about two guys connected to a tight crime family who now face a dilemma that may or may not have to do with refusing offers and swimming with the fishes. After a successful run in New Jersey it opens Off-Broadway next month. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Off-Broadway): ‘Salvage’ by August Schulenburg

Sol Crespo and Mike Mihm in Flux Theatre Ensemble's 'Salvage.' Photo by Deborah Alexander

Skillful writing, perfect casting, topical timeliness, and fine creative teamwork make 'Salvage' one the very best efforts in Flux Theatre Ensemble’s nine-year history of fine productions. Read More »