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  1. Bucs Host LGBT Community GamedayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    The Buccaneers hosted the first-ever LGBT Community Gameday before the game against the Rams on Sunday, raising money for the You Can Play Project. Bucs fans from across the state of Florida unloaded their grills, tents and Bucs tailgate gear in the parking lots surrounding Raymond James Stadium for an afternoon of pregame tailgating prior to the 4:05 kickoff against the Rams.

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  2. Former rivals join forces at East Tennessee StateRead the original story

    Monday | Washington Times

    Longtime friends and former Atlantic Coast Conference rivals Carl Torbush and Mike O'Cain say they savor the opportunity to work together in relaunching a program on a smaller scale at East Tennessee State. Torbush was the Tar Heels head coach from 1998-2000; O'Cain coached the Wolfpack from 1993-99.

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  3. Extra VIP Tickets Released for RaggamuffinRead the original story

    Monday | Scoop

    ... admission tickets are still available at $129 (+ service fee) each. The one day festival is headlined by British reggae royalty UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, Astro & Mickey Virtue with iconic hip hop acts Cypress Hill and Ice Cube. The line-up also ...

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  4. Shaggy releases video for single from third studio albumRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Gleaner

    Grammy award-winning reggae/dancehall artiste Shaggy is set to premiere the video for his third single from his critically acclaimed album, Out of Many One Music , produced by the dynamic Jamaican drum and bass duo Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, and Sting. The single, If U Slip U Slide features beautiful songstress Melissa Musique.

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  5. Dishonest European promoters hurt reggaeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Gleaner

    After recently slamming several local reggae artistes for their unprofessionalism, Borjan Tisma has now turned his attention to the dishonest promoters applying their trade in Europe. Just over a month ago Tisma, who is based in Poland, stressed that some of the artistes are killing the reggae music business due to their unethical ways.

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  6. Mr. G Announces Upcoming 'Personal Momentz' LPRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | XLR8R

    Longstanding London producer Mr. G has revealed plans to drop a new LP, Personal Momentz , via his own Phoenix G label in November. Said to be stacked with "12 raw and robust cuts," the record follows Mr. G's 2012 LP for Rekids, State of Flux , as well as a run of 12"s that has seen him land on labels such as Running Back, Toi Toi, and Don't Be Afraid in recent years.

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  7. The Wailers Coming to Park Theatre for 30th Anniversary of "Legend"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Patch.com

    The songs, from "Stir It Up" and "I Shot the Sherriff" to "Get Up, Stand Up" and "Buffalo Soldier," on Bob Marley & The Wailers' greatest hits compilation, Legend , are some of the most iconic reggae tunes of all-time. In honor of the album's 30th Anniversary, The Wailers -formed by the remaining members of Bob Marley & The Wailers after Marley's death in 1981-will perform the entire album live at the historic Park Theatre in Cranston on Friday, October 3. Considered the greatest reggae album in history, Legend was released in 1984 and has gone on to sell more than 30 million copies across the globe.

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  8. LB Magee Promoted to Active RosterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    With Mason Foster's status uncertain due to a shoulder injury, the Buccaneers have promoted LB Brandon Magee from the practice squad and waived/injured CB Rashaan Melvin Brandon Magee's first intersection with professional sports came in 2008, when he was drafted in the 29th round by MLB's Tampa Bay Rays. However, it's with the crosstown football team that Magee is being called up to the big leagues, six years later.

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  9. Stop The Fines And Blame Games: Let's End The War On ParentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Scientific Blogging

    Parents could soon face fines for parking too near to a school, according to a new Manifesto Club report on new Public Spaces Protection Orders. This comes after a record number of 63,837 fines were imposed on parents in 2012 to 2013 for their children's "truancy".

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  10. 20 Photos of hottest NFL cheerleaders from Week 2 in 2014 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    The Redskins cheerleaders got worried when RGIII dislocated his ankle early in the game, but Kirk Cousins led the Redskins to an easy 41-10 win over the Jaguars. The Charger Girls cheerleaders looked fantastic even in the 100 degree heat as the Chargers shocked the Seahawks, 30-21.

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  11. Bob Marley and the Wailers with Aston 'Family Man' Barrett, front, with bass guitarRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | IcBurton

    Following the success of their sell-out UK tour last year, Reggae legends The Wailers are back on the road with their new Legend tour. The band will be performing the iconic album live on stage in its entirety featuring the classic chart-topping tracks "Three Little Birds," "I Shot The Sheriff," "Jamming" and many more.

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  12. Daily Bucs Links: Conservative playcallingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bucs Nation

    Tampa Bay Times That didn't take long. A season of hope has already turned into a season of doubt, and it took only two games.

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  13. Clock was handled properly at end of Rams-Bucs gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | MSNBC

    The Buccaneers didn't get an opportunity to try a game-winning field goal against the Rams on Sunday because of a 10-second runoff resulting from a player injury occurring when Tampa lacked time outs. The rule, aimed at avoiding the fabrication of offensive injuries in crunch time, ended the game following an injury to Bucs receiver Mike Evans , with the home team at the St. Louis 33. As pointed out by the Big Lead, the play in question finished with 11 seconds on the clock .

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  14. West River Neighborhood Parties for PeaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Haven Independent

    ... pots of paint and decorate chairs and tables with other young painters. In the background of all this came soulful reggae and Bob Marley, played by the band I.N.I.T.Y, a "funky reggae dance band." Some onlookers swayed to the music peacefully, while ...

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  15. Meet Sean Hayes, the Singer Your Lady Friends LoveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Phoenix New Times

    ... artists who camps out on the fringes of the music world, but once your ears catch wind of his natural, rhythmic, reggae-tinged form, you wonder where he's been all your life. "I definitely record in a style that's very organic and live," Hayes ...

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  16. Freddie takes jerk to Long BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jamaica Observer

    ... have events showcasing spicy productS. Long Beach in southern California has joined the mix. The Long Beach Reggae Music Jerk and Food Festival is scheduled for September 28. It is the brainchild of singer Freddie McGregor whose Big Ship Music label ...

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  17. Tech-savvy health fanatics could be sharing their most intimate informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sydney Morning Herald

    People using smartphone apps and wearable technology to track their health and fitness, weight loss or bodily functions could be unwittingly handing over some of their most private information to third parties. University of Canberra Centenary Research Professor Deborah Lupton has warned that when people use digital devices that connect to computing cloud storage facilities or developers' data archives, they could be losing ownership or control of their personal - and sometimes very private - data.

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  18. Star performances at the UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sheffield Telegraph

    The autumn series of concerts at The University of Sheffield ranges from Gustav Holst's The Planets being performed in a pop-up planetarium to an orchestrated piece with a narration by Sheffield Great British Bake Off contestant Howard Middleton. Sounds of the Cosmos features images of interplanetary journeys on all eight sides of the Octagon with musical accompaniment from The Sheffield Rep Orchestra, conducted by George Morton, next Thursday .

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  19. Buccaneer fans calling for guillotine heads after two losses; McCoy breaks handRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Examiner.com

    After losing so much - you just learn to accept it. Lovie Smith is our Coach. Josh McCown is our starter QB.

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  20. Go8: The empire strikes backRead the original story

    Sunday | John Quiggin

    Michael Gallagher of the Go8 has put out a press release in reaction to my piece in The Conversation on higher education reform , accusing me of "an attack on a straw man". It's a fine example of John Holbo's two-step of terrific triviality .

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