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Posted January 27, 2016in Belly Up To...

Reclaimed Rails takes its place in history

Reclaimed Rails brewery began production in late 2015, but the history of the brews, the building and the location have not only a long history but a bright future for [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Food Dude

Guru BBQ

Since I began writing this column, the number of barbecues in the metro has changed from one, to none, to more than one can count. The genre exploded in the [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Cover Story

What if?

Brokered convention? Third-party candidates? Paul Ryan? Six local insiders sound off on what the Iowa caucuses may bring. A billionaire television star could win one party’s caucus, and a socialist [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Center Stage

The mysteries of life

He dangles upside down from a rope that is suspended from the ceiling. His straightjacket binds him as he hangs just inches from the unsprung teeth of a 1,200-pound bear [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in On The Tube

End days

“You, Me and the Apocalypse” Thursday, Jan. 28 (NBC) Series Debut: A British/American production that may or may not be the prequel to “The Last Man on Earth,” “You, Me [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Film Review

Wasted concept

“The 5th Wave” is the next film in the “teenagers save the world” films based on young adult books. Since the Rick Yancey book the film is based on is [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Book Review

‘Corn Poll: A Novel of the Iowa Caucuses’

Turn off your phone, don’t answer the door, and crack open the quirky political scene created by Zachary Michael Jack in his new book, “CORN POLL: A Novel of the [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Tech Talk

GoPro is no longer the hero of Wall Street

During the last 18 months, American eardrums have been beset by the unending sound of Taylor Swift’s massively successful album “1989.” The record has spawned six culture-shaking singles, each with [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Sound Circuit

Still on patrol

“The King is dead; long live the King.” It is a phrase that was uttered throughout the days of hereditary monarchy as a means of illustrating the unbroken, never-ceasing temerity [...]

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Posted January 27, 2016in Sound Check

Money “Suicide Songs” Bella Union If you’re unfamiliar with Manchester-based Money, the first thing you should know is that they have some of the most annoying song-naming habits this side [...]

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