From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Maine Folklife Center: "Hello, 911? There's a strange lady in my home threatening me with beans. Yes, I'll hold." Across New England, and certainly throughout Maine, a tradition of baked bean suppers takes...Show More Summary
The national spotlight in games like the 2015 Rose Bowl between Oregon and Florida State can define great players but also expose guys on the roster capable of great things in the future. There's no doubt that the legacies of JameisShow More Summary
NBC was number one among adults 18-49 while CBS won with total viewers.
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… "It's A Festivus Miracle!" Today is the magical holiday known as Festivus. In accordance with tradition, I submit part of my 2014 list for the Airing of Grievances. The following have disappointed me over...Show More Summary
The United States has made great strides in developing its clean energy sector. Clean energy investment reached $36.7 billion in 2013, increasing by nearly 250 percent since 2004. Despite the gains, the United States will need to continue investing. Where will this investment come from? read more
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… For the Win Mallory Ortberg imagines Ayn Rand reviews of children's movies in The New Yorker: “The Little Mermaid” A young woman achieves all of her goals. She finds an object of value—in this case, a broad-chested...Show More Summary
Marissa Mayer’s great failure, troll hunting and how outrage became the default state online. The Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the web this week.
Great grab at any level.
Today we’ll tell you about the great constructions of totalitarian states, which were supposed to symbolize their greatness, but for a long time stood unfinished or empty. Some of these large-scale facilities for their countries recently got a new life, for them we will cover in this review. Every totalitarian state sought to […]
The State Hermitage: Treasures from the Museum?s Collections is the definitive book on the complete collections of the Hermitage Museum, one of the great museums of the world. This year marks the museum?s 250th anniversary and The State Hermitage: Treasures from the Museum?s Collections is the official publication for this prestigious occasion. Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Late Night Snark: "Mr. Obama, Tear Down This Embargo!" "President Obama announced that he's going to reopen diplomatic relations with Cuba. He wants to act before Seth Rogen makes a movie about Castro." ---Conan...Show More Summary
(Painting of King William IV by Sir Martin Arthur Shee) Prince William Henry was the son of George III, the King of Great Britain and Ireland and the man whom the United States Declaration of Independence called a tyrant who was "unfit...Show More Summary
Let’s be honest. If you’re clicking on a college football story, you probably don’t have to be told how great the two initial College Football Playoff matchups are this season. Alabama, Ohio State, Oregon and Florida State bring national...Show More Summary
Ten games into this season, North Carolina still hasn't shown whether it's going to be a good team, a great team or one that struggles all year long. It's actually been all those things, unable to pick an outfit to wear out on the town and instead remains stuck in front of the mirror. So consider Saturday's game against No. Show More Summary
The Great Duel of Our Times is on. The Eternal Battle Between Good and Evil has come to the fore; not in the valley of Megiddo, as we might have expected, but a bit closer to home. Specifically, Lansing, Michigan. More specifically, on the lawn of the Michigan State Capitol building, where lawmaker Rick Jones [...]
The Season 5 Covert Affairs finale airs on the USA network Thursday night and it looks like it will be a great one. Annie and McQuaid are in Argentina struggling to get Belenko to the States and Auggie is questioning his future. What...Show More Summary
The Washington Post has a terrific article today, "The great start-up slowdown" detailing how the rise of crony capitalism is retarding economic growth and job creation in the United States. The subheadline gets right to the point: "Some economists...Show More Summary
The United States and Cuba are friends again? Great. Friends that negotiate the extradition of Assata Shakur, aka JoAnne Chesimard, a black panther who was framed for killing a cop in America and found asylum in Cuba? Not great. Read more...
Shovel Knight was a great game at launch, but a lot of content is still in development. While the PS3, PS4, and Vita versions will be getting the Kratos boss, every platform still needs a ton of updates, including gender-swap mode, more...Show More Summary