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Well, not to worry, because there will be fun, local events coming up this spring, and you'll have plenty of chances to redeem yourself and get an Instagram-worthy picture. Louder Space CD Release with Eliquate and the Fire Department at SLO Brewing
Few countries rival Iceland's unspoiled natural beauty, and for good reason: its people go to great lengths to keep their waters some of the cleanest in the world. And its capital city of Reykjavik is perhaps the most energy efficient of them all.
While I imagine it will be back up soon (if not already by the time you read this), as I write this the Sintel link shows the following (and between writing this and posting it, the video was put back up, but all weekend it looked like this): If you'
Creative Commons licenses have been hugely successful in allowing people to share their creations in ways otherwise impossible using traditional copyright monopolies. But one problem remains unresolved: what exactly does the "non-commercial" license
In a precarious context induced by a struggle for the essential, one term has re-emerged as indispensable, providing many of us with a new sense of direction, creation and sharing, and ultimately, like a boomerang, assuming the austere' dignity of
French president Francois Hollande is threatening legal action over a magazine report saying he is having a secret affair with a French actress. Mr Hollande , in a statement, said he "deeply deplores the attacks on respect for privacy, to which each
Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition in a coma after striking his head in a ski accident in the French Alps on Sunday, the hospital treating him said. The 44-year-old German was suffering a serious brain trauma with coma
A farm in northern China was quarantined after an H5N2 bird flu outbreak in poultry was confirmed by the local government, state media reported on Sunday. Codey Underwood photo: US Navy / Tom Watanabe. photo: Creative Commons / Noodles and Beef photo:
Investigators are trying to establish what caused part of a ceiling to collapse at a London theatre injuring 76 people, seven of them seriously. A large section of ornate plasterwork at the Apollo fell onto the audience during a production of The
December 2013 The co-president of European Alternatives talks about engaging European institutions and insists upon the possibility of creative, experimental and imaginative forms of European citizenship (Video, 11 mins) About the author This article