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The Other Mr. Cub I Remember

As a kid growing up on Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, I loved baseball. But most blacks then didn't love the Chicago Cubs. There were two reasons for that. The Cubs played at Wrigley Field on Chicago's North Side, and blacks almost...Show More Summary

What Having a BDSM Sugar Daddy Taught Me About Relationships

35 minutes agoLifestyle : xoJane

“Hey, remember that time I had a Republican, hoarder, BDSM Sugar Daddy?” became a punch line among my friends.

‘The Voice’ Finalist Tony Lucca Releasing New Album And Video

Remember the notorious feud between The Voice judge Christina Aguilera and her former fellow Mouseketeer Tony Lucca? Since then, Lucca hasn’t given up his dream and is still his singing career since his near miss as a finalist on The Voice, and will be releasing his eighth studio album January 27, titled Tony Lucca. Show More Summary

Neha Dhupia in Payal Singhal at Soha-Kunal Wedding Reception

Neha attended Soha and Kunal’s wedding reception wearing a black Payal Singhal lehenga featuring an all-over bird on a limb sequin pattern. You’ll remember Tamannaah wearing the grey version of this just a few months ago. She pulled off the busy look effortlessly, like she mostly always does. Show More Summary

Baseball Legend Ernie Banks Remembered By President Obama

Ernie Banks, the greatest Chicago Cub in the team’s history, died of a heart attack late Friday evening at the age of 83. Spending 19 seasons with the same team, Banks earned the nickname “Mr. Cub” while architecting a Hall of Fame career...Show More Summary

Valerie! Bibi was mean to me! I HATE him! [CBD]

White House going nuclear on Netanyahu Our petulant man-child president will be making significant and far-reaching foreign policy decisions based on being called a poopy-head during recess. Netanyahu ought to remember that President Obama has a year and a half...

7 reasons to use emoticons in your writing and social media, according to science

This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog. Do you remember seeing your first emoticon? The first documented use of “:-)” dates back to 1982, when Scott Fahlman proposed that it be used as a “joke marker” on a message board for Carnegie Mellon University computer scientists. Show More Summary

Vickiann's Bold Black & White Victorian-Inspired Bathroom Remodel — Rennovation Project

Renovation by: Vickiann of My Crappy House Location: Ronkonkoma, NY You may remember Vickiann from her amazing "real" brick wall she added by herself to her house to give it some seriously awesome architectural character. She's back with a redo of a sad bathroom that is now bold and black and white! READ MORE »

$80 Million Man Ted Lilly Charged With Felony Insurance Fraud

6 hours agoSports : The Big Lead

Remember that time Ted Lilly made $80 Million in his MLB career (just in salary alone), then tried to defraud Progressive Insurance (...)

Fox News Host: Invasions like Iraq "Saved the Planet"

Remember the planet before America started invading parts of it? God, what a shithole. Just a total mess. Since then, though: pretty much perfect, right? That's the improbable assessment Fox News' Charles Payne delivered on Sunday while discussing criticism of American Sniper. Read more...

Pro Tools Adds Free Edition, Subscriptions, Marketplaces for Plug-ins and Content

Remember Pro Tools Free? Years ago, it was then-Digidesign’s ploy to give you the first hit of Pro Tools without paying, in the hopes you’d get hooked and buy the full version. Well, the idea is back, just with a different name. Pro Tools First is a stripped-down version of Pro Tools. Show More Summary

These Celebrities Are Basically Real-Life Superheroes

Remember when Ryan Gosling broke up that fight? He's pretty much Superman. Check out these stars who have done good deeds on the streets.

Liberator of Auschwitz remembers ‘the silence’ and ‘smell of ashes’ as he entered death camp

10 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

It was the silence, the smell of ashes and the boundless surrounding expanse that struck Soviet soldier Ivan Martynushkin when his unit arrived in January 1945 to liberate the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. As they entered the camp for the first time, the full horror of the Nazis’ crimes there...

Remembering Father Louis

Father Louis, of course, was Thomas Merton, who was born 100 years ago this month. Carol Zaleski looks back at his complex life and faith: [H]ow inscrutable you were, for all the self-revealing writing. You wrote a memoir worthy of comparison to Augustine’s Confessions—were it not marred by a Holden Caulfield–like contemptus mundi. You tapped […]

Sunday Word: “We will wave our flags in the name of our God”

The Lord will answer you in times of trouble. The name of the God of Jacob will protect you. He will send you help from his holy place and support you from Zion. He will remember all your grain offerings and look with favor on your burnt...Show More Summary

9 (often overlooked) things to consider before going mobile-first

Having mobile presence is no longer an added bonus for businesses; it’s a necessity. When taking a mobile-first approach, it’s important to remember that mobile and desktop are vastly different. Many elements get overlooked when making this transition, which can easily have a negative impact on your bottom line. Show More Summary

He’s not suddenly Paul Krugman: Let’s not morph Obama into Elizabeth Warren quite yet

Populist State of the Union with a fiery tone has liberals excited. They'd be wise to remember Obama's true nature

I Finally Used A Food Bank

14 hours agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

Some of you may remember that I wrote in support of food banks in December, related to my homeless teenage years. I never used a food bank back then because I didn’t know about them, I wish I did…life might have been easier to cope with. The public response to my account was far beyond more...

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