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  1. Battle arena neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | GameDev

    Hi. I along with a couple of friends are working on a project for an arena fighting game. This game, if it ever sees the light of day, will be a third person over the shoulder style cartoon/anime game inspired by the likes of Powerstone S4 League and Splatoon What we need is ONE arena to show off for a potential demo of the game.


  2. Ocean City's art scene is boomingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WTOP-FM Washington

    There's something for everyone who carries an interest in art. Besides displays and galleries that allow artists to show off and sell their work, there's also studio space available for artists from around the Eastern Shore to take advantage of, and classes for aspiring artists of all ages and all abilities.


  3. Man who said church shooting was hoax jailed on gun chargeRead the original story

    Wednesday | KTRE-TV Lufkin

    A conspiracy theorist arrested after telling a Texas church that the killing of more than two dozen of its worshippers was a hoax is free on bond after another arrest - this time on a weapons charge. Court documents show that federal and state authorities on Wednesday arrested 54-year-old Robert Mikell Ussery in Lockhart, Texas, on a charge of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.


  4. Team Trump wins in anthem dispute, prods NFL owners to do right thingRead the original story

    Wednesday | Memeorandum

    North Korea says it will reconsider summit with Trump 'if the U.S. continues with its evil acts' - By Washington Post Staff May 23 at 8:19 PM - The statement, issued by Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui, took particular aim at Vice President Pence for his "unbridled and impudent remarks that North Korea might end like Libya."


  5. A short history of phony anti-Trump conspiracy theoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Media Matters for America

    President Donald Trump has moved beyond Twitter griping and is using the powers of his office to try to discredit the Russia investigation. This past weekend, Trump demanded that the Department of Justice "look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes - and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration."


  6. More Sandy Hook families sue broadcaster Alex JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KXLY-TV Spokane

    A defamation lawsuit has been filed against broadcaster Alex Jones, along with some of his associates, for saying the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, was fake. On Wednesday, families of four students and two educators who died, along with one FBI agent who responded to the shooting, filed the suit in a Connecticut court.


  7. Colbert Mocks Trump's 'Spygate': He Spins Conspiracy Theories...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mediaite.com

    He refuted Trump's name for the controversy, saying it's more "Investigate-gate" than "Spygate" and that Trump's name has already been used during the Valerie Plame scandal and the New England Patriots secretly videotaping the New York Jets. The Late Show host then poked fun at the president's following tweets, which he said "blew the lid" off the "deep state's plan."


  8. Suns draft prospect thinks the world is an illusionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bright Side of the Sun

    Following last week's NBA Draft Lottery, where it was revealed that the Suns had been awarded the number one overall pick in next month's NBA Draft , debates have raged over what to do with the pick. At that time there were two camps, Deandre Ayton, or Luka Doncic.


  9. Late-Night Hosts Tee Off on Trump's 'Spygate' Conspiracy TheoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Hollywood Reporter

    Stephen Colbert joked, "Nice try, Deep State," while Kimmel compared Trump's syntax to a beloved, green-skinned Marvel hero's. Hours after Donald Trump coined the term "Spygate" to refer to a conspiracy theory that the FBI spied on his 2016 presidential campaign under the Obama Administration, late-night hosts took to their respective stages to dismiss the unsubstantiated claims and poke fun at the name.


  10. Main St. West: Expanded version of community group planting new rootsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Marietta Times

    JANELLE PATTERSON The Marietta Times Ginny Guthrie, left, and her daughter Amy Mitchell, right, look over a donated quilt for the Washington County Foster Program Wednesday in Guthrie's Harmar business, Log Cabin Country Quilts. "I think of us more as a neighborhood improvement committee than say a neighborhood watch or a fundraising group.


  11. More families of Sandy Hook victims, FBI agent join in frivolous litigation vs. Alex JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Rational Review

    "Six more families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre victims sued right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for alleged defamation Wednesday for claiming the shooting was a hoax and the relatives are paid actors. An FBI agent who responded to the shooting joined the families as a plaintiff in the lawsuit filed in Bridgeport Superior Court in Connecticut.


  12. Personalised bags, clutches: Bag styles in vogueRead the original story

    Wednesday | Newkerala.com

    New Delhi, May 24 : Fashion accessories have emerged to be a promising part of one's personality. Flaunt a personalised one or get your hands on a clutch that complements not just your attire but attitude, say experts.


  13. Outback fire program aims to save endangered Carpentarian grasswrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABC News

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  14. Judges announced for prestigious Parkin Drawing AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Scoop

    The judging panel consisting of recognised art practitioners, collectors, and academics have been selected for 2018 Parkin Drawing Prize national competition. The prestigious award attracting a major prize of $20,000 was launched six years ago by Chris Parkin, arts patron, philanthropist and former owner of Museum Art Hotel in Wellington.


  15. Stelter, Cupp: Trump Is Making the World a 'Darker' Place for JournalistsRead the original story

    Wednesday | NewsBusters.org

    During an appearance in New York on Monday, CBS journalist Lesley Stahl raised eyebrows when she claimed that President Trump had admitted to her he was out to protect himself from factual reporting with his combative stance against the press. But she had sat on the quote and didn't say anything about it for two years and a 60 Minutes interview later.


  16. The Bubble: Conservatives say alleged FBI 'spying' on Trump is bigger than WatergateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WFAA-TV Dallas

    Each week, USA TODAY's OnPolitics blog takes a look at how media from the left and the right reacted to a political news story, giving liberals and conservatives a peek into the other's media bubble. This week, there was a clear divide in reactions to President Trump's assertion that his campaign was spied on by the FBI in "one of the biggest political scandals in history."


  17. Stephen Colbert: Donald Trump is "Living Proof That Karma Does Not Exist"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slate Magazine

    Stephen Colbert took network TV on a rare detour into nihilism on Wednesday night, using Donald Trump's "spygate" conspiracy theory as a jumping off point for a powerful argument that nothing anyone says or does matters in the slightest anymore. Noting that tweeting "What goes around comes around" was a bold move for a bully like the president, Colbert called him "living proof that karma does not exist," then broadened his scope: Sorry to break it to you, Hindus! It's a lawless universe, devoid of hope.


  18. Peekaboo Gallery Comes To Pasadena, 5/26Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    In the heart of historic, Old Pasadena, California, a new gateway to discover the past has opened - Peekaboo Gallery - an experience for the collector and pop culture enthusiast like none other in the world. The venue will officially open on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. PDT with the Honorable Mayor of Pasadena, Terry Tornek presiding.


  19. RTVS reporters failed to agree with management againRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    The broadcaster's management accepted only one of seven requests made by the trade unions. The negotiations are expected to continue.


  20. Cindy Day: Ufo sighting in Atlantic Canada?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nova News Now

    A UFO cloud - altocumulus lenticularis or lenticular cloud - spotted by Jeff Dalton, North Mountain, N.S. in May 2018. - Contributed After sunset, you could spot an interesting asterism , a low-hanging planet or two, or even the International Space Station.