Latest K Pop News

The Complex Guide to K-Pop
Be honest. If you were asked about Korean pop, you’d probably mention monolithic girl groups, over-elaborate music videos, and Psy. And on all points, you’d be correct. But look past the rampant guyliner and girls in boyshorts; K-pop’s got a lot of …
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After K-pop, Korea eyes ‘K-cop wave’
With Korean pop culture, known as K-pop, enjoying steady popularity around the globe, South Korea is looking to export its homegrown policing tactics and equipment in the hope that it can spur what they call the “K-cop wave.” Putting aside controversy …
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K-Pop Star Rain Faces Military Punishment After Rendezvous with Actress
For South Korean pop star Rain, all’s not fair in love and war. The R&B singer is facing possible military punishment for meeting with a well-known Korean actress while on duty during his mandatory military service. South Korea’s defense ministry said …
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End of the line for Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que restaurant in Temecula

End of the line for Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que restaurant in Temecula
A franchisee who runs Famous Dave’s restaurants in the Inland region, the Costa Mesa-based Gala Corporation, has closed the Temecula location. The restaurant, which was shuttered on Tuesday, opened in 2012, taking over a building near the Promenade mall …
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Oklahoma Joe’s Bar-B-Que Announces D.C. Area Expansion
A top-notch barbecue joint—favored by President Barack Obama and his staff—is slated to open in D.C. soon. As first reported by Tulsa World and the Kansas City Star, Oklahoma Joe’s, co-founded and owned by ‘cue impresario Joe Davidson, is planning on …
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Houston’s Rodeo season kicks off with annual World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest
Houston, get ready for the rodeo season. The annual World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest kicked off Thursday with more than 250 teams, led by barbecue aficionados, compete in the cookoff competition. Each of the 250 teams has their own team tents …
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Latest Boxing News

Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Álvarez was a great fight marred by bad judging
Canelo Álvarez and Gennady Golovkin fought to a controversial draw on Saturday, and it was a bad decision. The sport of boxing is known for terrible judging for a reason, and hot on the heels of peak interest for the sport as a result of Floyd Mayweather vs.
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Ferdinand yet to apply for boxing licence
The former England captain is to train with former WBC super-middleweight champion Richie Woodhall for Betfair’s ‘Defender to Contender’ project which he will speak about in a press conference on Tuesday afternoon. Betfair says it will help 38-year-old …
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Willie Pep: Subtle Sophistication
Today is the anniversary of the birth of one of boxing’s singular champions, the greatest featherweight of all-time and a true original, Willie Pep. And while he passed on to the big squared circle in the sky back in 2006, he will never be forgotten and …
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History-making Hurricane Maria could break more records

History-making Hurricane Maria could break more records
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) – As the second Category 5 hurricane of the season after Irma, Maria has made 2017 only the sixth time that the Atlantic Ocean has had two or more such storms in a given year. The last time two Category 5 hurricanes occurred in the same …
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More Snow Expected in Parts of Northern Rockies This Week
Another early-season snowfall is forecast in the northern Rockies this week. The higher elevations of Idaho, southwest Montana and northwest Wyoming may receive a foot or more of snow. Snow is piling up in parts of the northern Rockies again this week …
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Twitter Users Photoshopped Beyoncé To Be A White Woman Because They Think She Would Be ‘More Beautiful’
The internet, resourceful as it is, has a nasty underbelly where people’s most abhorrent tendencies fester by connecting with other heinous, like-minded individuals. We previously reported on the disturbing trend of people stealing photos from mothers …
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Day For Night Is the Future of Music Festivals

Day For Night Is the Future of Music Festivals
It’s the week before Christmas at the Hilton-Americas in downtown Houston, and the signs are everywhere. Beneath one of the lobby’s two ubiquitous Chihuly chandeliers, men in 10-gallon cowboy hats and santa caps gather around an oversized gingerbread …
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Nic Adler weds music festivals with delicious food
On Day One of Arroyo Seco Weekend, a massive music festival held recently on the grounds outside of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, culinary stars were competing with such stage performers as Jeff Goldblum, Alabama Shakes and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.
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Your 2015 guide to summer music festivals
The guard has officially changed. While the “Summer of Love” generation still will line up to catch the Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” shows in Santa Clara and Chicago this summer, most large-scale music festivals programmed for # …
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Latest Craft Beers News

Your craft beer isn’t as independent as you think
Beer drinkers are turning to craft beer brands more than ever before. But so are the massive corporate brewers that those customers are trying to avoid. Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD)’s plans to buy SABMiller (SBMRF) is getting lots of attention, since the …
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Craft beers are showing up in cans, clearing the way for it to be served in more places
Grandpa’s beer cans are back. Mass-produced beer such as Coors Light and Budweiser have long been sold in aluminum cans. Now, connoisseurs of craft beer, which traditionally have sided with bottles, are putting more cans in their hands. “It’s hard to …
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15 Craft Beers You Need To Try Before You Die
There are thousands of breweries in the US making amazing, boundary pushing beer. If you can get your hands on any of these fifteen craft beers, you should hold on and never let go (except when you’re done drinking one and you need to grab another).
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Latest NFL Football News

NFL Football
ALLEN PARK, Mich. — Detroit cornerback Darius Slay recalls a time earlier in his career when he went up against Larry Fitzgerald, and the… FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The previous time Patriots quarterback Tom Brady opened a season at home against Kansas …
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NFL Football
The two stations in Charlotte, N.C. that Fox Television Stations Group gobbled up in January may have only been the appetizer. The station arm of 21st Century Fox is sniffing around acquisition…
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NFL football
Minnesota Vikings (1-1) at New Orleans Saints (0-2) Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Mercedes Benz Superdome, New Orleans TV: FOX TV announcers: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale *Keys to the game: All Vikings RB Matt Asiata has to do is capably fill the …
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Game wardens in boating accident

Game wardens in boating accident
Investigations are ongoing into a boating accident involving game Wardens, which reportedly occurred at the Caroni Swamp on Friday afternoon. The Express was reliably informed that the accident left one person hospitalised and two others nursing injuries.
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Operation Dry Water: Alcohol Boating Patrols
Summer is officially underway, bringing outdoor activities such as boating back in season. While people are out enjoying the water, authorities want to make sure they’re boating responsibly. Jim VandeBrake, his wife and kids are heading to the dock to …
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Hancock Creek boating access area to reopen
Hancock Creek boating access area (Photo courtesy of NC Wildlife Resources Commission) Hancock Creek boating access area (Photo courtesy of NC Wildlife Resources Commission) HAVELOCK, Craven County – Following renovations, the North Carolina Wildlife …
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How My Daughter Got Me Into Gospel Music

How My Daughter Got Me Into Gospel Music
Panama Jackson is the co-founder and Senior Editor of VerySmartBrothas.com. He lives in Washington, DC, and believes children are our future and that if we teach them well, we can let them lead the way. He also really likes Kool-Aid. Still.
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Gospel Music – “Automobile” Video
It’s always nice when a random blog-roll inclusion delivers an unexpected ditty. Gospel Music’s “Automobile” might not be something you would jam to initially, but has enough songwriting spell to entrance you into humming the carefree cocktail all …
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Spreading the gospel music
OAKLAND — The members of the McCoy Memorial Baptist Church choir in Los Angeles have been working very hard lately. The 40-member ensemble normally meets once a week at its East 46th Street home. But since reaching the L.A. regional semifinals of the “How …
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Moroccan Charmoula Sauce

Moroccan Charmoula Sauce
In food processor, combine cilantro, parsley, garlic, cumin, paprika, salt and ground red pepper. Process until finely chopped. Add broth, tofu, lemon juice and oil. Process until mixture forms a creamy sauce, stopping to scrape down sides of work bowl …
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Moroccan Salmon with Nectarine Couscous
In a small bowl, combine paprika, cumin, ginger, cardamom, black pepper and ¼ teaspoon salt. Sprinkle evenly on all sides of salmon, pressing mixture into flesh to adhere. Heat a grill pan on medium-high and lightly brush with cooking oil. Add salmon …
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Moroccan Fish
Rinse fish and dry thoroughly. Slice pepper and tomatoes. Peel garlic cloves and cut in half. Line 5-quart Dutch oven with peppers, tomatoes and garlic and place fish slices on top. Add enough water to cover fish. Bring to a boil, then add salt, saffron …
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