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Titanic: 100 Years Later

Titanic: 100 Years Later

On April 10th, 1912 Titanic set sail on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City. The “floating palace” was supposed to reach NY within seven days, but it never reached the destination that held hopes and dreams to the passengers. The gigantic ship started being built March 31st, 1909 in Belfast, Ireland. Titanic was the […]

Hip-Hop Rivalries: East .vs. West

Throughout the 90’s hip-hop was engulfed in a territorial feud pitting rappers on the east coast against rappers on the west coast. I would to revisit this feud but instead of dwelling on the past I will pit each coast, based on the talent of it’s MC’s, against each other to once and for all […]

TEDxCincy

TEDxCincy

The well-known and well-loved conference TEDx will be held in Cincinnati on May 10. TEDxCincy will take place at the Erich Kunzel Center for Arts and Education School for the Creative and Performing Arts. The theme is “Plugged and Unplugged: The Crossroads of Technology and Artisanship”. The event will feature several speakers –some of which […]

Talawanda Tribune Goes Digital

Talawanda Tribune Goes Digital

  The Talawanda Tribune, Talawanda’s cherished news source, has embraced change and integrated technology. On April 5th, 2012, the domain name www.talawandatribune.org went live, ushering in a brighter outlook for the future of the newspaper. “In light of print media transforming into digital media, it seems relevant that the Tribune made an online news source for […]

Fermata…Somewhere?

Fermata…Somewhere?

Raps, beat boxing and rhythms. No, this is not a Kayne West video. This is Talawanda High School’s a cappella choir, Fermata Nowhere. This 3-year-old choir is nothing but original. Mr. Pearson’s idea for this kind of choir came from experience as a director, and from wanting the very best for his very capable students. […]

04/05/2012 – Irony, Holidays, and News in Haikus

Editor’s Note: The Blip includes short headlines with odd, feel-good, informational, or pointless material. Stories are presented in a fast, easy-to-read format with news that will make you laugh and be enlightened. The Blip is updated daily. Retired Sheriff detained in his own prison Former Arapahoe County Sheriff Patrick Sullivan Jr. woke up inside the […]

04/04/2012 – Red Octagons, Elderly Doctors, and LEGO Bones

Editor’s Note: The Blip includes short headlines with odd, feel-good, informational, or pointless material. Stories are presented in a fast, easy-to-read format with news that will make you laugh and be enlightened. The Blip is updated daily. Stop sign in the middle of nowhere baffles drivers On a stretch of road in Pheonix, Arizona rested […]

04/03/2012 – Skateboards, Mutant Fish, and Gibraltar

Editor’s Note: The Blip includes short headlines with odd, feel-good, informational, or pointless material. Stories are presented in a fast, easy-to-read format with news that will make you laugh and be enlightened. The Blip is updated daily.   World’s first 1080 achieved Tom Schaar, just twelve years old, landed the first 1080 in the skateboarding […]

The “Aerni” Good Morning Smoothie

The “Aerni” Good Morning Smoothie

This is a quick, easy, and quite delicious smoothie recipe.  If you freeze the fruit ahead of time, there’ll be no need for ice, which can often water down the finished drink.  Honey is added for a slight sweetness, but not nearly as much as sugar.  The final smoothie is a bittersweet, very drinkable (and […]

What the Crowd is Thinking

What the Crowd is Thinking

Politicians are always making speeches. Wether their insulting an opponent or touring a city, on thing is constant; they always have an audience. You were never able to tell what the crowd was thinking. Until now. Click the images to enlarge. RON PAUL   NEWT GINGRICH   RICK SANTORUM MITT ROMNEY