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10 Reasons Why Fly Anglers Shouldn't Be Bummed About the End of Summer

Wasn't it just Memorial Day? What happened to the summer? Say it isn't so! At least the serious angler can find solace long after the solstice. The fishing scene actually gets better for the next few months, and here are 10 reasons why. 1. Show More Summary

You Rule! Cookies

My husband likes to tease me that I can’t remember what I did two days ago but I’ll remember what HE ordered in a restaurant when we were dating, oh, twenty years ago. In other words, all of my memories revolve around food. If you asked me what foods pop up most often in my […]

Experience Gift Voucher Giveaway for Father’s Day

Sponsored by Nuffnang and RedBalloon When I reflect about my Dad around Father’s Day, I think about the stories, and there is one memory that stands out for me. When I was a girl, I lived in a remote village in Papua New Guinea with my family. My Dad set up a warehouse for the village […]

Assassin's Creed Movie Pulls a Resident Evil, Reveals Totally New Lead Character

23 hours agoHumor : Topless Robot

That's Michael Fassbender as Callum Lynch, the all-new Templar fighter who will go back and forth between the present day and 15th-century Spain via the memories of his ancestor Aguilar. Yes,...

WeWork Summer Camp For Adults: Do What You Love (Plus: Kayaks, Beer, and Co-Ed Cabins!)

I find myself, in recent days, listening to an unusual amount of techno and dubstep; not because I’m particularly fond of either one, but rather, because I’m audibly reliving my memories of WeWork Summer Camp. It’s true: I’m a grown woman suffering from summer camp withdrawal, and I’m not alone. Show More Summary

Maybe Your or Your Loved One’s Memory Problems Aren’t Alzheimer’s AfterAll

With all the publicity and interest in Alzheimer’s these days, it wouldn’t be unusual for you to worry that you or your loved one is developing the disease. You may fear that the memory problems are clear signs of the disease. However, many articles have listed conditions that mimic Alzheimer’s. Show More Summary

Morning Reads for Nine Days Before GSU Football!

Truly a nation holds its breath. But does anyone remember when Georgia had a self-inflicted third and 57, narrowly avoiding two personal foul penalties but then picked one up after the punt? No? Well refresh your memory.  “Royalty” by Lou Barlow Atlanta’s socialists pounding the pavement in SC for Bernie Sanders.  Did you know that Atlanta […]

The Scenes of FYF 2015, Day 2: The Moz, the Fans, the Jams

The eleventh annual edition of the West Coast music festival FYF Fest went down at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and Exposition Park this weekend, touting a lineup of heavy hitters, underground favorites and perfect whether for roaming the vibrant festival grounds. Show More Summary

The sad legacy of Watts: 50 years later, little has changed

To the editor: Thank you for your thoughtful articles on the 1965 Watts riots. I have a unique memory of those days, so long ago. ("Watts riots remembered: 50 years after the unrest," multi-part series)

Happy 28th Birthday, Blake Lively! Celebrate With Her Complete Style Evolution!

Woo! It's a big day for Blake Lively! The blonde bombshell turns 28 today, so to celebrate we thought we'd take a trip down memory lane… With her entire style evolution! From The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants to marriage and motherhood, Blake's come a long way!! Doesn't it seem like just yesterday she was sitting on the steps [...]

Katrina's unclaimed dead conjure memories of her ravages

3 days agoNews : The Newsroom

On Saturday, 10 years to the day after Katrina's devastating landfall in Louisiana, city dignitaries will gather at the burial site, known as the Hurricane Katrina Memorial. "Nobody has ever come searching for their loved one in the memorial, as far as I know," said Dr. Show More Summary

What’s Going on With the Stock Market? The View from an American Nobel Laureate in Economics is Our Non-TV Story of the Day

Here’s Joseph Stiglitz, a professor at Columbia University and a 2001 winner of the  Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in an appearance on MSNBC’s “All in with Chris Hayes” on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015.

Esther Stewart Collaboration with Valentino Handbags- The Mime Bag

Red, white, and blue is something you see a lot around Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day. Everything from clothing, shoes, jewelry, scarves, and even handbags. With Labor Day fast approaching though, I can tell you that you won’t be seeing me decked out in red, white, and blue. Show More Summary

The Scenes of FYF Fest, Day 1: Lights and Sounds

The eleventh annual edition of the West Coast music festival FYF Fest went down at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and Exposition Park touting a lineup that was something special and a delightfully vibrant festival grounds. Performances...Show More Summary

Memory Tapes - Go Play Outside

Sounds like: Bibio, Memoryhouse, Teen Daze Song: Memory Tapes - Go Play Outside What's so good? Back in the day, Memory Tapes was one of my favorite artists. Then, at some point he lost me; things just got a little too obscure for my taste. In light of that,  I approached this new single with an air of skepticism. Show More Summary

Digging Into Memory -- And Its Relationship to Sleep

We've all had the experience of having our memory fail us, whether it's forgetting a name, struggling to remember what you did the day before or wandering in search of a pair of keys. Before you ascribe that fuzzy memory to a "senior moment," or to the frenetic pace of daily life, try putting your head to the pillow for a good night's rest. Show More Summary

Internet saves a 5-year-old's birthday party from becoming a sad memory of her childhood.

last weekHumor / odd : Happy Place

Almost nobody showed up to this 5-year-old's birthday party, but her mom's Facebook post saved the day. I would totally go to this party. (via Facebook) Lauren Sassmannshausen had a great 5th birthday party planned for her daughter Tallie. Show More Summary

Memories of Food Are Powerful

Celebrate a birthday, share fun times with loved ones, and it's all about the memory. Take a vacation and your most prized souvenir is your memories. When I spend a day with my family, we reminisce. Our hearts and emotions are in these conversations because life is built on memories. Show More Summary

NASCAR power rankings reflects Joe Gibbs Racing dominance

It shouldn’t be any surprise which drivers lead the weekly rankings. The run began Memorial Day weekend when Carl Edwards won the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Speedway. That became the first of seven victories Joe Gibbs Racing would take...Show More Summary

Reeva Steenkamp’s Death Mourned By Family On Her 32nd Birthday As Oscar Pistorius Stays In Prison Despite Earlier Reports Of Release

Reeva Steenkamp would have been 32-years-old on August 19, but her life was cut short when she was shot to death by her boyfriend, Oscar Pistorius, on Valentine’s Day in 2013. All Steenkamp’s family has are memories of the South African model, as they pay tribute to her on her birthday. Show More Summary

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