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Sheepish Is Closing At Year’s End

Sheepish, which has been open the past 6 years and moved into its current spot in the 335 West Ponce building back in early 2013, is closing its doors after December 31st.  Carrie passes along this announcement to DM… Dear friends, It is with great sadness that I would like to let you know that […]

EXCL PREVIEW: "The Apocalypse: Year Two" Begins in Hickman & Dragotta's "East of West" #16

Image Comics ends 2014 with an oversized issue of "East of West" by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta. The Great Beast roams on Dec. 31.

First Slice 12/26/14: Thieves break into West End bicycle co-op on Christmas Eve

For several weeks, WeCycle Atlanta, a nonprofit bicycle co-op that helps children repair and "earn" two-wheelers, has been building its West End shop. Early on Dec. 24, someone broke into the location and took "computers, office equipment, merchandise, tools, and a big screen TV used for workshops and presentations."… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Israeli court orders settlement demolished

23 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Israel’s Supreme Court ordered the government to demolish the West Bank settlement of Amona within two years and relocate its 300 Jewish residents, moving to end a years-long legal battle.

AFC South, NFC South have fewest Pro Bowlers

Led by the Broncos’ NFL-high nine selections, the AFC West paced all divisions with 15 players selected to the initial 2015 Pro Bowl roster. On the other end of the spectrum, the AFC South and NFC South have just seven Pro Bowlers apiece. Overall, the AFC had 46 players selected, with 40 NFC players chosen.…

US Ebola-aid Ships Return Home

America is leading the global effort to end the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. And part of the Obama Administration's whole-of-government response has included

West End Cinema Operator Backs Petition Supporting Sony’s Release of ‘The Interview’

In the wake of Sony’s decision to halt the December 25th release of The Interview, there has been a tremendous amount of reactionary support for the film to be shown. Although most major movie theaters have remained silent on the possibility...Show More Summary

Unhappy Holidays: ‘Major Problems’ For Kim Kardashian As Workaholic Kanye West Tears Family Apart

It’s looking like a ho, ho, horrible holiday season for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The couple should be ringing in the end of 2014 by celebrating their first… READ ON

Drilling Our Way Into Oblivion: Shale Was About Land Gambling With Cheap Debt, Not Technological Miracles

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer of The Automatic Earth blog, Oh, that sweet black gold won’t leave us alone, will it? West Texas Intermediate went through some speedbumps Friday, but ended over +5%, though still only at $57. Think them buyers know something we don’t? I don’t either. Show More Summary

Nicole Scherzinger Continues 'Cats' Performances in London

Nicole Scherzinger shows off some midriff while exiting the London Palladium after performing in the West End revival of “Cats” on Thursday (December 18) in London, England. The day before, the 36-year-old singer was spotted making her way outside after another show. “Even my nieces are feeling my new single #Run…I love it!! Now I [...]

Man Who Calls 911 4,000 Times in 1 Week Is Rewarded With Gift From Police (VIDEO)

Post by Kiri Blakeley. Police in West Valley City, Utah, were beside themselves with frustration after someone called 911 at least 4,000 times in one week. Each call ended with a hang-up, but the call still needed to be investigated, tying up police work for no reason. Show More Summary

Buyer’s remorse? Labor unions and Obamacare

As the year limps toward its end at West Coast ports, let’s pause a moment to remember the object of a union’s wrath: the signature policy of a Democratic president.

LA area Port Traffic in November

Note: West coast ports were impacted by a trucker strike in November, and ongoing labor negotiations (and some slowdown). The trucker strike ended after 9 days on November 22nd.Container traffic gives us an idea about the volume of goods...Show More Summary

MM: The MARTA Cops Who Caught Murder Suspect, Medlock Opposing Decatur Annexation, and Work-Life Balance

Interview with MARTA officers who captured murder suspect, surveillance video [CBS 46] Medlock vows to fight Decatur annexation [AJC] Curbed Cup Round 1: Decatur vs. West End [Curbed] Braves buy Genuine Parts site near new stadium [AJC] WABE to expand news coverage starting Jan 12th [CL] New underground owner envisions “community rather than destination” [CL] […]

West Ham v Leicester Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips

West Ham v Leicester Preview, Prediction & Betting Tips - originally posted on Who’d have thought that Big Sam’s Hammers, come the end of December, would be above Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton, sitting pretty...Show More Summary

Thursday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Mikvah Voyeurism Media Event at the National Press Club, 2 p.m. — DC Black Film and Media Club presents “Though A Lens Darkly” at the West End Cinema, 6:45 p.m. The Revolving Door Know someone starting or leaving a...Show More Summary

Lily Collins Hits Goo Goo Dolls Concert to End Homelessness

Lily Collins keeps it chic in a Banana Republic coat while shopping for picture frames on Monday (December 15) in West Hollywood, Calif. The 25-year-old actress was joined by her mom Jill Tavelman. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lily Collins On the same night, Lily attended a Goo Goo Dolls concert, which benefited [...]

Kim Kardashian's Latest Selfie Is a Direct Insult to Her Daughter North West

Post by Joanna Mazewski. There is no question that Kim Kardashian is the Queen of Selfies, but some pics are better left unshared. Her latest is just plain ridiculous -- and not because she is half naked or showing off her rear end. It actually has more to do with what is NOT pictured and a lot of her fans have been complaining about it. Show More Summary

SodaStream rejected, at Harvard (and in Brooklyn)

Harvard University's dining services has ended purchases of SodaStream seltzer makers after students in solidarity with Palestinians say they were offended by the company, which has an operation in the occupied West Bank.

Jared Cook: I didn’t make the best choice of words last Thursday

After the Rams lost to the Cardinals 12-6 at home last Thursday, tight end Jared Cook said that the team was out-played and out-coached by the NFC West leaders. They seemed like reasonable sentiments given the circumstances, especially with the Cardinals turning to Ryan Lindley at quarterback during the game, but coach Jeff Fisher was…

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