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Devon Alexander to face Aron Martinez in PBC on ESPN main event, Oct. 14

3 months agoSports / Boxing : Bad Left Hook

Devon Alexander will take on Aron Martinez as the former titleholder looks to get back in the win column on October 14. In what can only be described as a fairly lackluster main event, Devon Alexander will face Aron Martinez in the next PBC on ESPN event on October 14, according to Dan Rafael of Show More Summary

Estrella returns to action Saturday in Juarez

3 months agoSports / Boxing :

By Gabriel F. Cordero Mexican star Adrian “Diamante” Estrella (22-1, 20 KOs) looks to get back in the win column on Saturday night against Colombian Alexander Monterrosa (23-11-3, 15 KOs) at the Josue Nery Santos Gym in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, … Continue reading ? The post Estrella returns to action Saturday in Juarez appeared first on Boxing News.

Senator Alexander's $47 Billion Student Loan Mix-Up

It must have been frustrating for officials at the Congressional Budget Office to read Sen. Lamar Alexander’s op-ed in Sunday’s Washington Post. In the column, the Republican Senator from Tennessee mistakenly cites work done by the CBO...Show More Summary

Bellator 133 results recap: Alexander Shlemenko wants a rematch against the champ Brandon Halsey

"Storm" wants one more shot at taming the undefeated "Bull" Former Bellator MMA middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko returned to the win column in ferocious fashion last Friday night (Feb. 13, 2015), knocking out feared strikerShow More Summary

KNOCKOUT! Watch Alexander Shlemenko violently finish Melvin Manhoef at Bellator 133 with spinning backfist

Well we knew it would not go to the judges! Talk about highlight-reel violence ladies and gentleman. Former Bellator MMA middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko returned to the win column on Friday night (Feb. 13, 2015), as he landed...Show More Summary

Paintings discovered at the highly-decorated tomb from the time of Alexander the Great

last yearArts : Artdaily

Paintings of daily life have been discovered on columns at Greece's biggest ancient tomb at Amphipolis in the northern region of Macedonia, the Greek culture ministry said Saturday. "After cleaning the columns, images of people, objects...Show More Summary

Why the ‘bat police’ are the animals’ own worst enemy

‘The only thing to be said for Halloween’, wrote Alexander Chancellor in a recent Long Life column, ‘is that it perpetuates the demonisation of the bat’. My initial thought was:… Continue reading The post Why the ‘bat police’ are the animals’ own worst enemy appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Gone Girl, Dracula Untold, And Alexander

With so many titles to choose from, Netflix Instant's library can be overwhelming. So we bring you this biweekly column as a tool to cut through the clutter by highlighting some now streaming titles that pair well with the latest theatrical...Show More Summary

Leningrad, USSR of 1968

Nevski Prospekt Canal & Museum of Mosaics Museum of History of Religion & Aetheism Winter Palace and Alexander Column, Palace Square Queue waiting for department store to open See more »

Litvinenko inquiry is launched: now there's a coincidence!

Credits: NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text: A painting of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko Until now, government didn't want to risk Russian relations: after MH17, we're happy to upset Putin Column The Mole Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Russian Orthodox priest calls World Cup a 'homosexual abomination,' citing pink shoes and fun haircuts

Russian Orthodox priest Alexander Shumsky has unleashed a rather imaginative diatribe against the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, declaring that soccer must be gay because the shoes are too colorful. In his column on the Christian websiteShow More Summary

Ideas in Food vs. Strawberry Shortcake: Reinventing the Biscuit

Who can resist classic strawberry shortcake? Still, that doesn't mean it can't be improved upon. In their first Serious Eats column, Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot, the great minds behind the blog Ideas in Food, rethink the biscuit portion of the dessert.

Why stars matter?

Ajay K. Agrawal, John McHale, Alexander Oettl, 18 May 2014 Stars have direct impact on local economies. They can also indirectly affect growth in a positive way. This column examines the effect of academic star arrivals on the departmental knowledge productivity. Show More Summary

British and French educational legacies in Africa

Denis Cogneau, Alexander Moradi, 17 May 2014 The quasi-experiment of arbitrary border design allows for causal interpretation of institutional effects across territories. This column presents evidence on the impact of British and French colonial education policies in West Africa. Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 37: Post-Fight Stock Report

The UFC continued its Fight Pass series with UFC Fight Night 37 from London. As expected, the card did not disappoint with good action and fun finishes. The main event saw Alexander Gustafsson jump back into the win column with a knockout of Jimi Manuwa. Show More Summary

10 Looks Good Enough to Make You Forget About the Golden Globes

When there's a red carpet as big as the Golden Globes, it's easy to get tunnel vision. Yes, Allison Williams looked stellar in her black and white Alexander McQueen Golden Globes gown, but did you catch her in the colorful column from...Show More Summary

Understanding regional innovation disparities

Ajay K. Agrawal, Iain M. Cockburn, Alberto Galasso, Alexander Oettl, 23 December 2013 Many regions struggle to attract innovation activity. This column discusses new evidence suggesting that there is no universal

John Ostrander: Two Good To Read

For this week’s column I’m going to talk about two books that I’ve read recently, both of which I enjoyed although they are vastly dissimilar. The books are The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon by Alexander McCall Smith (published by Pantheon) and Steelheart   by Brandon Sanderson (published by Delacorte Press). Show More Summary

Eurostar stake for sale to pay for big spend on infrastructure

Royal Mint won't be sold, says Danny Alexander, but Channel 4 and Met Office could be privatised Column The Mole LAST UPDATED AT 11:24 ON Wed 4 Dec 2013 THE government’s 40 per cent stake in Eurostar is to be sold off, Danny Alexander,...Show More Summary

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