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  1. Art in at the deep blue endRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    ... hotel in about a year or so. Yaakov has also worked with a number of high-profile musicians, including global reggae star Ziggy Marley. "I have been doing screenings on buildings for quite a few years now," says Yaakov. "You can call them precision ...


  2. Commentary: How clean is your desk? The unwelcome reality of office hygieneRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    Humans are the most common sources of bacteria - which is why so many of our personal items and belongings are not clean, says one observer. Many office workers could be at risk of sickness due to dirty desks, says one observer NOTTINGHAM: If you work in an office, the chances are there are some colleagues you would rather sit next to than others.


  3. Buccaneers sign Jerel WorthyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | MSNBC

    The Buccaneers acquired a defensive lineman on Sunday when they claimed Adam Reth off of waivers and they added another one to the mix on Monday. The team announced the signing of veteran defensive tackle Jerel Worthy.


  4. Now Decriminalized, Could Jamaica Become Destination for Legal Weed?Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | RollingStone

    Jamaica's Rastafarian history spurs a myth that pot is widely accepted - but advocates face hurdles as they push for legalization Reggae's justice-driven Rastafari icons like Bob Marley would have us Americans thinking Jamaica 's cannabis policy would reflect their cannabis-friendly culture. In fact, it's taken decades for the Caribbean island's government to finally legalize even just medical marijuana , to honor Rastafarians' sacramental use of ganja, to support a nascent cannabis industry and to begin economizing on the country's long-standing reputation.


  5. Dangerous stereotypes stalk black college athletesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | News Times

    If you go strictly by the official account, heatstroke was the cause of death for University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair. McNair died earlier this year following a grueling practice in which training staff failed to properly diagnose and treat his condition.


  6. The 12 Best Shows in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 17 | LA Weekly

    Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help you navigate this embarrassment of riches. From proto-metal band Iron Butterfly to the ska-punk stylings of the Long Beach Dub Allstars, one of L.A.'s great lost bands in The Cherry Bluestorms and Alison Wonderland, here are the 12 best shows in L.A. this week! Alison Wonderland is an entity unto herself.


  7. The 12 Best Concerts in Phoenix This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times

    To wit: Hip-hop star J. Cole, prolific rocker Jack White, reggae legends Steel Pulse, freak folk act Timber Timbre, and the Tuareg musicians of Tinariwen all have performances at Valley music venues this week. Other names scheduled to perform over the next few nights include Lady Antebellum and Darius Rucker, Tyler Hilton, Flor de Toloache, and Rick Springfield.


  8. Stop worrying about how much energy bitcoin usesRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    The word "bitcoin" is as likely to garnish feverish excitement as it is glaring criticism. The financial community sees speculative promise in the form of trade that currently has little to no regulation.


  9. Genetically modified mosquitoes may be best weapon for curbing...Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    Mosquitoes are some of the most deadly creatures on the planet. They carry viruses, bacteria and parasites, which they transmit through bites, infecting some 700 million people and killing more than 1 million each year.


  10. Advertising is obsolete - " here's why it's time to end itRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    Since it first became clear that Russian agents spent thousands of dollars a month on political advertising on social media in the runup to the 2016 presidential election, Americans have been asking how the powerful advertising infrastructure run by Google and Facebook could have been thrown open to foreign agents. But fewer have stopped to ask whether there is a good reason for this infrastructure to exist at all.


  11. Three reasons the US is not ready for the next pandemicRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    Christine Crudo Blackburn, Texas A&M University ; Andrew Natsios, Texas A&M University , and Gerald W. Parker, Texas A&M University One hundred years after the Great Influenza pandemic of 1918, global health leadership stands at a crossroads. The United States continues to expand its policy of isolationism at a time when international cooperation in health could not be more important.


  12. Autopsy show Anatomy Lab Live coming to Birmingham - with extra dates now addedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | IcLichfield

    Have a meal in an operating theatre dining room followed by chance to watch a surgery - and then take part Would you have the stomach for enjoying a two-course dinner and then watching a human body being cut up? Not only that, but you then put on a surgical gown and get to take part in a complete dissection of the body. It's clearly not for the squeamish but that's exactly what's on offer at Anatomy Lab Live when it returns to Birmingham for a series of shows.


  13. Zojak Worldwide and Rasun Announces the New CD Single and Music Video Crazy World from RasunRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | PRWeb

    ... unique gravelly voice and his brother Don Juan's, keyboard style and modern production talent, that mixes well with Reggae, Dancehall, and Pop genres. Rasun's newest single will be released on the same day with a music video bearing the same name, ...


  14. Gold medal for YellowmanRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

    ... Records) and rubbed shoulders with NBA legend Kareem Abdul Jabar. He remains one of the top touring acts in dancehall/reggae, packing halls from Tel Aviv to Tokyo. "Reggae has been kind of stagnant for a while, but my fans have stuck with me. The ...


  15. Stags smother Gladiators in 29-0 victoryRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Jersey Herald

    Photo by Warren Westura/New Jersey Herald - Sussex Stags defender David Ogbonnaya, right, dives for Garden State Gladiator Rob Bruce, center, during the teams' game on Saturday at Newton High School. Photo by Warren Westura/New Jersey Herald - Sussex Stags quarterback Jimmy Lahue gets a pass away under pressure at the Garden State Gladiators during the teams' game on Saturday at Newton High School.


  16. Commentary: Stressful and rushed but the daily commute is no waste of timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    To be sure, the daily commute is both a poison and cure, says one observer from the University of Melbourne. That the words "hell" and "nightmare" are sometimes invoked to describe journeys to and from work indicates just how disparaged this part of our lives often is.


  17. Dat Bumpy Head Gal, ODRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Jamaica Observer

    ... her work as capturing a moment in time for posterity, documenting society for itself. So whether it is a piece on the Reggae Boys, which she wrote when they went to the World Cup in 1998; Usain Bolt and Merlene Ottey wining medals on the track; her ...


  18. Drizzle fails to dampen spirits of UB40 fansRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | York Press

    IT was perhaps inevitable that after a summer of heat and sunshine fit for Jamaica, an evening of reggae music at Castle Howard should be accompanied by drizzle drifting across the lawns of the stately home. But never mind.


  19. Goodbye, Slayer: "Angel of Death" Graced Denver One Last TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Denver Westword

    From the beginning, there was nothing utopian about Slayer , the band that played its final Denver-area concert at Fiddler's Green on August 19, as part of its End of Days swan-song tour around this burning world. The thrash-metal outfit formed in 1981, a bleak year.


  20. Bucs rookie recap: preseason week twoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Bucs Nation

    The Buccaneers improved their preseason record to 2-0 on Saturday night, beating the Titans in Tennessee by a score of 30-14. After a mostly positive performance by the rookie class in last week's preseason opener , there was a little bit more disappointment in week two.