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2015 World Cup Preview

If you’re bored this year by the chess scene, I don’t blame you. This year hasn’t been all that interesting. The good news is, that all changes today. For today FIDE has announced the first round pairings for the World Cup. The World Cup is the March Madness of the chess world; TIMES TWO! In the NCAA tournament, ~64 teams… Read more →

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Amy: You Don’t Have the Time

When she was alive, Amy Winehouse was a polarizing figure. The new documentary “Amy”, explores her controversial life. From her humble beginnings to her cataclysmic spiral into drug abuse and alcoholism. Don’t bother seeing this one in theaters. Save yourself the eight dollars and wait for it to hit Netflix. I thought the film did a good job of illustrating… Read more →

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Weekly Review – 5/21/15 – 7/3/15

Welcome back everyone, recently I’ve done a better job of collecting the headlines than in previous posts. Without further ado here’s what I got: 5/26/15 – Nebraska Governor Vetoes Bill That Repealed Death Penalty 6/3/15 – FIFA Updates: Interpol Targets Officials, And South Africa Denies Bribing 6/16/15 – ‘I Identify As Black,’ Rachel Dolezal Says In TV Interview 6/25/15 –… Read more →