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Lifestyle
by Dion S.
6 years ago
5 of the Worst Mayors in Recent History

A look at some of the most ineffective mayors in recent U.S. history.

Lifestyle
by weianow
6 years ago
Legendary Star with Bette Davis Eyes

Bette Davis was a legend in the world of the silver screen.  Her "take no prisoner" attitude made her a force with whom to be reckoned.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
6 years ago
Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Do you consider yourself a creative person? Some would say an artist's work involves the observing of the world. In turn, an artist expresses their perception and viewpoint. They explain what they observed, what patterns emerged, and how they felt about it. Can you find the extraordinary in the ordinary? Can you turn your studies into art?

Technology
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Why a Manned Moon Base is an Important First Step in Exploring the Solar System

Building a permanent manned base on the Moon is a useful initial step in exploring, colonising and harvesting the resources of the rest of the Solar System.

Entertainment
by SlydeDraco
6 years ago
Battlefield 3 - A Review

Although out for almost 2 years now, Battlefield 3 is still in full swing. After a couple days of play, I review what I like, what I don't, and how it compares to my previous XBox gaming experiences.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
The Curious Case of M. Butterfly

Sexual politics involving a transgender singer and a homosexual civil servant led to an unlikely team of conspirators in a bizarre espionage case.

History
by Marlando
7 years ago
Saloons, Carry Nation, Old Devil Whiskey & Prohibition

Saloons, Carry Nation, Old Devil Whiskey & prohibition with entertain you but, at the same time give you a heck of a lot to contemplate. The subjects of the piece are historic but the application is in our present and future.

History
by Torquay
7 years ago
The Potomac Airliner Crash

At 4:01pm Air Florida Flight 90 struck the 14th Street Bridge over the Potomac River in Washington D.C. Within minutes over 70 people would perish in the icy cold waters, just yards away from help on snow covered banks of the city's emergency services.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Aleister Crowley: Deviant

Aleister Crowley's explorations into the occult early in his life meant immersion in Eastern and esoteric philosophies. To aid in his vision quests he took hallucinogenic drugs. Up to the time of his divorce in 1909, however, his behavior (although bohemian) was not criminal except for his homosexual acts (illegal at the time). After his divorce, however, Crowley ran down a reckless path of total hedonism, drug use, and dissipation. It is these latter years that earned him the sobriquet "The Wickedest Man in the World".

Entertainment
by T_William_Cook
5 years ago
Classic Film Review: 'The Crime of Dr Crespi' (1935)

A great director marks a lifetime low point in front of the camera. Can he come back from the dead?

Business & Money
by LPerry
5 years ago
10 Types Of Outsourced Content And The People Who Write Them

They say that it is better to laugh than to cry.  Taken to heart, this saying can be a sanity saver  when you begin hiring freelance writers to help you meet your online content goals. When I started writing online back in 2010, I was more than satisfied to...

History
by R Morgan
7 years ago
Anna Bek and the New Soviet Woman

Anna Bek was a doctor who studied in during the Tsarist period of Russia Prior to the 1917 Revolution. After the Revolution Anna became the a prototypical "New Soviet Woman" but often found herself at odds with the establishment.

Entertainment
by weianow
6 years ago
Thrills & Chills & Awe Moments: Stephen King's Top Ten Movies

Stephen King has authored many novels and short stories as well as other medias. Many of his novels have been adapted to screen and here is the top ten Stephen King movies.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Bloody Kate Bender: Mystery Mistress

One of the great murder mysteries of all time involves the Kansas family of the late 19th century, "The Bloody Benders". In this group of cooperative killers was an enigmatic, attractive young woman, a self-professed Spiritualist with the alias "Kate Bender". The mystery is not about the family's murders, however; the mystery is what happened to the Benders after they were about to be discovered.

Sports
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Diamond Girls: Pioneer Women of Early Baseball

Women in baseball's earliest days (with a minor exception here and there) are largely forgotten. But these pioneering women played a man's game on their own terms. Here are some of their stories.

Health
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Typhoid Mary Mallon

Life in the New York City slums was bad enough; for one Irish lass, Mary Mallon, her world turned into one of imprisonment, without benefit of trial, for an accident of biology.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Nannie Doss, the Zany Granny Serial Killer

Among garden variety murderers women comprise the tiniest percentage of killers.  Even rarer is the female serial killer, a woman who cunningly and systematically commits multiple murders.

History
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Hitler's Best Gal, Eva Braun

In strange male-female pairings one may ask what a certain woman might see in a certain man, believed to be not in the same league as the woman.  Eva Braun's relationship with Adolf Hitler, perhaps history's most reviled man, was one such "Beauty & the Beast"-style relationship.   

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