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We’re Starting Our Last-Minute, Late-Summer Road Trip a Few Hours Early

You want sprinkles or not? We're shoving off a few hours early, but just remember there's a lot to look forward to coming up right after the break: Thoughtfully devised Champagne and fried chicken pairings, smoked meat on Martin's potato rolls, killer ramen, and innovative Manhattan clam chowder piqued with mezcal and chiles. Show More Summary

Book Review: "Collegiate Republic"

27 minutes agoAcademics / Literature : PhiloBiblos

Margaret Sumner's Collegiate Republic: Cultivating an Ideal Society in Early America (UVA Press, 2014) is a new and important book, which should find a wide audience among those interested in American higher education during the early national period. Show More Summary

Fernando Torres Can Revive Career at AC Milan Following Transfer

Chelsea Football Club have officially announced a two-year loan deal that will send embattled striker Fernando Torres to the San Siro. The Spaniard lit the EPL on fire while at Liverpool and in the early Chelsea days, however poor recent performances and the signing of Diego Costa have made him expendable. Show More Summary

?Weekend TV Is Getting Started a Little Early

36 minutes agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker

It's been a long time since I worked 9 to 5 and I am still making my peace with weekends and a three-or-four day weekend is like, "What will we do? Will we still be the same people, on the other side of that cavern of nothingness? Do I remember how to read books?" It stresses me out. Show More Summary

Prototype Ebola drug clears early test hurdle

A prototype drug that has been urgently given to a handful of patients with Ebola has cleared an important test hurdle, showing that it cured lab monkeys with the disease, scientists said Friday. Normally, experimental drugs are tested first on animals and then on progressively larger groups of humans to ensure they are safe and effective. Show More Summary

The Pumpkin Crème Brûlée Latte Is Now A Thing At Dunkin’ Donuts

It’s the last official week of summer, but did you think that America had reached peak pumpkin yet? Of course it hasn’t. Apparently the early lattes, pumpkin-flavored peanut butter, toaster strudels, and gum weren’t enough. Dunkin’ Donuts has raised the pumpkin stakes by offering pumpkin crème brûlée latte coffee drinks, and pumpkin mocha drinks. I don’t understand. … [More]

Rex Ryan: Too early to tell if Dee Milliner can play in opener

The Jets aren’t going to cut cornerback Dee Milliner, but they aren’t sure whether they’ll have him in the lineup for the regular season opener either. Coach Rex Ryan said Friday, via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, that “it’s still too early to tell” if Milliner will be recovered enough from his…

Renovation Report: Little 5 Corner Tavern Begins Renovation, Aims to Reopen in Early November

1 hour agoNews : The Newsroom

Corner Tavern in Little Five Points is finally renovating after a fire heavily damaged the restaurant back in May 2013. Construction is underway after a a wait for insurance money and then city permits, according to co-owner Melanie Rabb....

How My Preemies Taught Me to Fly

Our twins, Reece and Graham, were born 15 weeks premature on Thanksgiving day 2006. Our son did not catch the breaks you need when you're born that early and after 45 days, we had to say goodbye. Our daughter spent 119 days in the hospital before we finally brought her home. Show More Summary

Aaron Dobson Looks Ready to Go for Regular Season

If the New England Patriots' final preseason game is any indication, wide receiver Aaron Dobson should be ready to contribute from an early stage in the regular season. Dobson was targeted nine times in the Patriots' 16-13 loss to the New York Giants, and finished the game with three receptions for 57 yards and a touchdown. Show More Summary

Colorado Learns about The Internet of Things (Video)

The Denver Post recently reported that, “After a strong earthquake rattled Napa Valley early Sunday, California device maker Jawbone found out how many of its UP wristband users were shaken from their sleep and stayed up. About 93 percent...Show More Summary

Saints Row 4 headed to PS4, Xbox One in January

High Voltage Software handling port duties. An updated version of Saints Row 4 will hit PS4 and Xbox One early next year, developers Volition and High Voltage Software announced at PAX on Friday.Click here to read the full article

YouTube now lets you queue videos on the Web to send to Chromecast

Following its recent facelift, YouTube today began rolling out a new queuing feature for sharing videos to Chromecast from your computer. Google expects the updates to arrive for all users by early next week. With the new changes, you’ll be able to use a single tab to cast a video and then continue browsing to line up more to watch. Show More Summary

The 5 Best Cities for Early Retirement

Looking for a fun place to spend your free time in early retirement? Here's a starter course.

Hasidic Rock Band Bulletproof Stockings Just Want an All Girl Party

In early August, Bulletproof Stockings made headlines for performing the first women-only show at Arlene’s Grocery, a rock venue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Dalia G. Shusterman and Perl Wolfe, the founding members of the New York-based all-girl indie band, are also followers of the Lubavitch sect of Judaism. Show More Summary

PFT’s 2014 53-man roster cuts tracker

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Former first-round pick Larry English was among the early cuts. TENNESSEE TITANS Marc Mariani was among the first to go.

Pilot Killed In Virginia F-15C Crash

2 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The pilot of a Massachusetts Air National Guard F-15C fighter jet that crashed in rural Virginia was killed in the incident, the Colonel of the pilot's fighter wing said late last night. The impact of the plane early on Wednesday morning had set off a large search for the missing pilot. Read more...

Former first-rounder Larry English among Bucs’ early cuts

The Buccaneers took a flier on Larry English, but it wasn’t a long one. According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, English is one of 12 Bucs cuts to be reported so far. The former Chargers’ first-round pick was brought in two weeks ago to see if he could push for a defensive…

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