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Baylor Sends Xavier Home, Reaches Elite 8

The Bears never trailed as they advanced to their second regional final in three years with a 75-70 victory over Xavier on Friday night. Baylor will face the Kentucky-Indiana winner in Sunday’s South Regional final. Acy had 20 points and 15 rebounds. He sank two free throws with 31 seconds remaining after Xavier cut the … Continue reading

Breaking News: 7.4 Earthquake rocks Mexican Capital

  According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 7.4 earthquake stuck central southern Mexico today at 18:02 GMT which is just after noon time. The epicenter was recorded to be in Guerrero and the quake was felt in a wide area including Oaxaca and Mexico City where scared workers flooded into the streets. Mexican … Continue reading

U.S. President to visit Boulder City, NV Solar Site

  U.S. President Barack Obama will be visiting the historical town of Boulder City, NV tomorrow to view this small towns commitment to big change. This town has quickly become the largest epicenter of solar power implementation in the world. Many of you may know that Boulder City is also the home to Hoover Dam. … Continue reading

The Hunger Games & Artful Potential

A recent article by Joal Ryan at eonline.com (http://www.eonline.com/news/five_reasons_hunger_games_will_not_be/301941) entitled “Five Reasons The Hunger Games Will Not Be Bigger Than Harry Potter”¬†seems to have crossed the realm into useless speculative banter by an online entertainment news giant trying to make an editorial splash where there is not one to be made at all. The article … Continue reading

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