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Music Review: Marcel Camargo and The Brazil You Never Heard – ‘Behind Jobim’ EP

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Camargo showcases the music of Jobim and his influences. Read More »

Germany Defeats Argentina for World Cup – But Fans Worldwide Are the Winners

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Sports can be a unifier, bringing people together like nothing else can. Read More »

Honesty and Integrity in U.S. Soccer

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While playing on the soccer fields of the YMCA and at my school, we were always taught that honor was the expectation, not an idealistic concept. Read More »

An interview with Power Boxing Olympian Marlen Esparza

Marlen Esparza the United States first female Olympic Medalist for Boxing

In this enlightening conversation, Esparza talked about the release of her 'Power Boxing Workout' DVD from Acacia Lifestyle. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Brazil – The Criterion Collection

Terry Gilliam's dark comedy futuristic sci-fi film is like a working class nightmare you can't escape from. Read More »

It’s Not Social Work, It’s a Game: Diary of an Oasis Game Participant

Achieving social change in new ways: read what happened when the OASIS game was played in the UK for the first time. Read More »

Book Review: Girl Unmoored by Jennifer Gooch Hummer

Middle school is purgatory for Apron Bramhall. Read More »

Book Review: State of Wonder by Ann Patchett

A pharmacologist travels to the Amazon to find a colleague and report on the progress of a new drug being researched. Read More »

Book Review: The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey by Candice Millard

Losing the 1912 elections, the humiliated Theodore Roosevelt sets his sites on a punishing physical excursion. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Brazil (1985)

Terry Gilliam's slyly comedic look at an Orwellian retro-future. Read More »