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Stay Tuned: ‘The Loudest Voice’ chronicles the rise and fall of Roger Ailes
on 25th of Jun 2019 The 512-acre property in Utah has been the site of strange activity involving everything from UFO sightings to animal mutilations to Native American legends of a shape-shifting creature called “The

The strange lesson 1930s shoes have to teach us about the soul of now
on 25th of Jun 2019 Check. Fear of chemical warfare. Check. Cult of celebrity as mass distraction. Check. The rise of white supremacy. Check. Fascination with superheroes. Check. Most people don’t go to a shoe museum for

The rise of Gulu, and strange fruits of conflict in Uganda (Part II)
(Jun 2019) Travelling to heaven. With its local talent trapped at home; the unusual social upward movement; the return of peace; the injection of NGO and government money (with Museveni seeking to expand his

Tanzania: The strange and worrying rise of oil-covered rapists in Kigoma – African Arguments
(Jun 2019) Tanzania: The strange and worrying rise of oil-covered rapists in Kigoma  African Arguments

Scores of women in western Tanzania have been attacked and raped in so-called Teleza attacks. The authorities are doing little to stop them. Kigoma women .

Marek’s Take: Boost Mobile’s strange rise from niche MVNO to billion-dollar asset – FierceWireless
(Jun 2019) Marek’s Take: Boost Mobile’s strange rise from niche MVNO to billion-dollar asset  FierceWireless

When it launched 18 years ago Boost operated on Nextel’s iDEN network and was targeted at urban youth.

Rising Tides and Climate Change Color the Venice Biennale This Year – Hyperallergic
(Jun 2019) Rising Tides and Climate Change Color the Venice Biennale This Year  Hyperallergic

Artistic allusions to rising waters can be found across the Venice Biennale this year, and they strike home with a particular power given the ongoing destruction .

Coming Soon: Russia’s Strange B-2 Looking Stealth Drone – The National Interest Online
(Jun 2019) Coming Soon: Russia’s Strange B-2 Looking Stealth Drone  The National Interest Online

Hunter-B’s much-anticipated first flight could signal the beginning of a long development that could end with the Russian air force operating fighter-style stealth .

Archbishop Mark Coleridge’s homily for Mass at the tomb of St Peter – Catholic Outlook
Jun 26th, 2019 01:39 UTC Archbishop Mark Coleridge’s homily for Mass at the tomb of St Peter  Catholic Outlook

On Monday, June 24, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference commenced its Ad Limina Apostolorum visit with Mass at the tomb of St Peter. This is .

Olivia Wilde stuns with amusingly authentic directorial debut ‘Booksmart’ – Oaklandpostonline
(since May, 2019) Olivia Wilde stuns with amusingly authentic directorial debut ‘Booksmart’  Oaklandpostonline

Trying to understand the trials and tribulations of high school is complicated, to say the least. Trying to coherently condense those struggles into a piece of art is .

After 50 Years, “Midnight Cowboy” Stands Alone – Fordham Ram
(since May, 2019) After 50 Years, “Midnight Cowboy” Stands Alone  Fordham Ram

Fifty years since its release, “Midnight Cowboy” remains a monument to artistic risk.

The strange rise of Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals – The Australian Financial Review
(many weeks now) The strange rise of Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals  The Australian Financial Review

The once minnow has ballooned to a $1 billion market value. Its path features an FBI-wanted man, a near collapse and the trials of getting drugs approved.

The strange rise of calling kids ‘mama’ – The Spectator USA
(some months now) The strange rise of calling kids ‘mama’  The Spectator USA

Like ‘like,’ it seems ‘mama’ has become, like, both ubiquitous and incontinent – and therefore ultimately meaningless. Shouldn’t we reclaim it?

The strange science of melting ice sheets: three things you didn’t know – The Guardian
(months ago) The strange science of melting ice sheets: three things you didn’t know  The Guardian

Melting ice sheets cause the seas to rise, but not in the way you might expect.

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