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Buffalo Trace Single Oak Project: Every Barrel Reviewed on One Page

Looks like there’s still plenty of interest in the recently-completed Buffalo Trace Single Oak Project. Want to look up a barrel but can’t stand dealing with the search system (I don’t blame you) — then here ya go, every single… Continue reading ? The post Buffalo Trace Single Oak Project: Every Barrel Reviewed on One Page appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Justin Bieber Comes Back Strong With New Single ‘What Do You Mean?’ — Review

Justin Bieber ends a three-year, not exactly famine, but substantial music break with the release of his comeback single “What Do You Mean,” that saw millions tune in for its official radio premiere around the world. The full song leaked onto the Internet the night before along with a mesmerizing, skateboarding-centric lyric video, starring Ryan... Show More Summary

Single Review: Mo Pitney, “Boy & a Girl Thing”

While it can be tempting to give a free pass to an artist who sounds identifiably country, the fact is a good country song does not live on steel guitar alone.

Single Review: The Band Perry, “Live Forever”

The review contrasting "Live Forever" with "If I Die Young" writes itself. Vulnerable sincerity versus bombastic arrogance. Mortality versus immortality. Acoustic country versus amped up rock. By every measurable standard, "Live Forever" is the polar opposite of "If I Die Young."

Review: Geronimo takes a new & unique approach to email on iOS + Apple Watch

Email apps are dime-a-dozen these days, and every single one claims it brings some incredible new tool to the table that will change the way you do email forever. Usually this just means you can attach images from Dropbox or some other otherwise unremarkable feature. Geronimo is the latest in a long line of email […]

Single Review: Ashley Monroe, “The Blade”

“The Blade” sets a new standard for breakup songs. The title track from Ashley Monroe’s terrific new album is built around a brilliant metaphor. Singing as the jilted lover, Monroe tells her ex, “You caught it by the handle/ And I caught it by the blade.”

Astros’ Mike Fiers dismisses pine tar speculation after no-hitter

The play was reviewed and confirmed and ended the inning. A night after teammate Mike Fiers pitched a no-hitter against the Dodgers, Kazmir (7-8) didn’t permit a runner until Jimmy Rollins singled to start the fourth inning. Fiers held the Dodgers hitless and picked up the fifth no-hitter of the 2015 season. His first career

Review: Party Hard

“I get wet when I know that you're dying,” sang Andrew W.K. on his debut album closer, I Get Wet. It’s actually a fine anthem for the terrible things you get away with in Party Hard, far more than the phenomenal single it takes its name from. Show More Summary

Single Review: Carrie Underwood, “Smoke Break”

“Smoke Break” Carrie Underwood Written by Chris DeStefano, Hillary Lindsey, and Carrie Underwood “Smoke Break” is a remarkably good attempt at a working class anthem. It’s so stylistically different from the “rah rah, let’s party this weekend” approach that has made drinking synonymous with adolescent behavior in modern country music. Show More Summary

Review: Fingered

Up until very recently, eyewitness testimony was the single most persuasive form of testimony a jury could hear. If someone could stand up in court, jab their accusing little finger at a suspect and say they definitely (well, almost definitely, pretty sure, probably) saw them do the crime, it was curtains for the defendant. Show More Summary

2016 Cadillac ATS-V: The One Lap Review

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Almost the entire staff has driven the Cadillac ATS-V and I think, individually, there isn’t a single person who hasn’t enjoyed it. But when it comes to the track it always helps to send a ringer, and our ringer is none other than racer and occasional hoverboarder Robb Holland. Read more...

DL Favorites: Gallery Apps

DLF, or Droid Life’s Favorites, is a series of articles reviewing our favorite apps in a given category. The goal of these articles isn’t to extensively review every single option out there and determine which is “the best,” but rather to give you a few of our favorite apps in a category. This week we […] DL Favorites: Gallery Apps is a post from: Droid Life

Love Ever Write Often

“The way (Yeats) puts down a man’s head & a woman’s head side by side, or face to face, is terrifying, two irreducible singlenesses & the impassable immensity between.”  The Paris Review has published a brief, fascinating letter written by Samuel Beckett to his aunt Cissie Sinclair containing an original poem and some positive criticism […]

Review: Goat Simulator (PS4)

There's something to be said for games that revolve around a single joke. If you've wrung every possible guffaw out of a game within the first half-hour, you can just close it and move on with your life. In theory, Goat Simulator benefits from this structure. Show More Summary

Review: Teeling Whiskey Company Single Cask, Rum Barrel Aged, 16 Years Old

Our friends at Dublin’s Teeling Whiskey Company already make a single malt release, but now they’re taking things a step further with a series of Single Cask releases of their single malt stock. Some seven casks of Irish single malt… Continue reading ? The post Review: Teeling Whiskey Company Single Cask, Rum Barrel Aged, 16 Years Old appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Review: Euro was the path of least embarrassment

Valerie Caton’s history of French policy around the single currency could be read as a chronicle of meetings, position papers and fuzzy compromises. It is better to see a tale of European leaders grudgingly living up to their historic destiny. More of that, and the euro can survive.

"Signed Peer Reviews"

The Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics' (another one that doesn't appear in RePEc rankings yet) peer reviews are not even single blind. Linwood Pendleton: One possible approach to improving peer review is to eliminate anonymity. Anonymity in the peer-review system is outdated. The on-line posting of prepublication working papers...

5 career truths I learned from updating Cube Rules

When you’ve written about careers for almost nine years on a site, certain themes come forward when you review every single article. Yes, all 1100+ articles on the site… I changed the theme on the site, you see. Part of that change was the expectation that there would be a picture on every site. Show More Summary

Jamie xx – Royale, Boston, MA 8/9/15 (SHOW REVIEW)

Jamie xx just might be the single most tasteful DJ of the 21st Century and his sold out performance at Boston’s Royale night club made it obvious why. xx (born Jamie Smith) was the production wheel on British electro-pop trio The xxShow More Summary

Review: Lone Wolf Distributors Ultimate Adjustable Trigger (UAT)

Since I started shooting handguns, I have gravitated towards Glocks. Not because they are pretty (though pretty utilitarian), but because I chose a platform that has immense aftermarket support. Now down to only a single “stock” Glock, the others invariably have collected parts from Lone Wolf Distributors, which is the largest name in Glock parts. Show More Summary

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