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In the Wake of Katrina: Water, Debris, and Bodies

Two days after Hurricane Katrina engulfed the Gulf Coast with wind, water and debris, the situation in many areas, including New Orleans, is chaotic and growing more grim all the time. (City of New Orleans) Today New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin said hundreds, and possibly thousands, in the city were …

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Most Mothers Happy, Peppy and Bursting With Love, Per New Survey

Despite recent grim characterizations in popular culture such as ABC’s smash Desperate Housewives and Judith Warner’s popular book Perfect Madness, the latter of which posits modern motherhood as “an endless sea of child-enriching activities” leading into “a well of despair,” a new survey finds that an overwhelming majority of mothers …

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Sliders: The Third Season

Created by Tracy Torme & Robert K. Weiss Universal Television Sliders is a science fiction television series about a foursome who travel, or “slide” as the show refers to it, between parallel universes trying to return to their Earth after an accident strands them. They are led by Quinn Mallory, …

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Review: Love is the Greatest Revenge — Tremolo

Love is the Greatest Revenge is more then a idealistic hope and more then a high concept. It is full of deep meaningful lyrics delivered with moody melodies. I find it very similar to some of the milder Green Day musically, only with lyrics that are more meaningful and full …

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Michael Jackson At Home in the Desert

Michael Jackson appears to have found aid and comfort in the Middle East. Jackson bugged out for Bahrain following his acquittal on child abuse and other charges in June, and sidestepped over to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates on August 20 in the company of Shaikh Abdullah Ben Hamed …

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