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Music Review: Rage to Love – Kim Wilde’s ‘Teases & Dares’ Turns 30

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It was the year of Prince, the dawn of the 12” mix and rising dance-pop dolls when Wilde premiered her fourth LP, 'Teases & Dares' (MCA), in the fall of 1984. Read More »

NYC Mayor Bloomberg Leaving Office – 12 Years a Stave

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It’s about time New York City had a mayor who cares and is more interested in the people on the city’s streets rather than those in its ivory towers. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – Trust the Government, NOT!

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Like Orwell’s protagonist Winston Smith, the heroes of both The Pilgrim and Silver Circle see something they shouldn't have and this starts them on the road to thought-crimes and more. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest: Rand in the Desert

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The Anthem Film Festival, part of the FreedomFest Conference, runs from July 10-13, 2013, at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Read More »

Senate Wars Episode II: Attack of the Drones

Like that old movie slogan tells you, “Be afraid; be very afraid.” Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Bustin’ Out 1984: New Wave To New Beat Volume 4

DJ Mike Maguire presents a wild mix of underground electronic music circa 1984. Read More »

Dystopia and the Brave New Reading World

The future may not be as optimistic as you think, but reading a dystopian novel might seriously open your eyes. Read More »

Think Twice Before Pushing the Send Button: Big Brother Is Watching

Obama leads the charge against internet privacy. Read More »

Book Review: Feisengrad by Aaron Richard Golub

A book about a society run by baseball umpires and yet they never mention the three strikes rule. Read More »

Videogames as Art: Too Much Dessert?

Are videogames art? Does it matter? Read More »