Talk a Good Game

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Playing video games is more competitive and more social than ever before, particularly with the rise of eSports. Players want to not only taunt each other but also connect over their shared love of gaming and form eLationships, which is also true of those …
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Student: Use video games to ‘beat up’ Trump
(THE COLLEGE FIX) — Ohio University student Logan Graham doesn’t beat around the bush. To him, our new president is “a tax-evading, likely treasonous, narcissistic-sexual-predator and full-time fascist” … and he wants to do something about it!
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When video games become an addiction
(CNN)Can video games be addictive? One U.S. expert has no doubts. Douglas Gentile, a psychologist at Iowa State University, has been studying the subject for decades. “The first study I began in 1999, to basically try to show video game addiction isn’t a …
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Johnny Rutherford, Eddie Gossage talk Indy Car racing with David Reed

sportJohnny Rutherford, Eddie Gossage talk Indy Car racing with David Reed
SHERMAN, Texas — Texas Motor Speedway director Eddie Gossage and Indy Racing legend Johnny Rutherford stopped by the KXII studios on Thursday to discuss the Firestone 600 race on June 6 at TMS. Texas Motor Speeway’s Eddie Gossage (right), and Indy racing …
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Fans Excited About Indy Car Racing Returning to W.G.I.
Lots of excitement in Watkins Glen as word gets around that Indy Car racing will return to Watkins Glen International over the Labor Day Weekend. Indy Car officials made the announcement Friday after talks to hold the Grand Prix of Boston that same weekend …
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Indy Car racing: Pocono CEO Igdalsky says IndyCar ‘50-50’ to return in 2016
IndyCar returned to Pocono in 2013 after a 24-year absence for the first race of a three-year contract. With the deal over, Igdalsky hopes to know within two weeks if the financial numbers justify another season. IndyCar ticket sales at Pocono have been …
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Fishing Commission to talk monitoring, seafood show

cusineFishing Commission to talk monitoring, seafood show
The groundfish at-sea monitoring items involve a request from the Northeast Seafood Coalition for the commission to support the recent votes by the New England Fishery Management Council to reduce the level — and ultimately the cost — of at-sea …
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Jimmy’s Seafood & Steak is a hidden gem
Jimmy’s Seafood & Steak in Margaritaville Casino is a bit of a hidden gem. Facing the riverfront, Jimmy’s includes some tables with fine views of the river. The beautiful decor throughout the restaurant manages simultaneously to achieve contemporary …
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How Our Appetite for Seafood Is Killing Our Oceans
Several years ago scientists began predicting that the world’s seafood supply would collapse completely by the year 2050 if current rates of overfishing don’t change. But for most of us, even this dire warning conjures up nothing more serious than a …
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Five World-Class Artists Talk About Why Photography Is Their Passion

trendFive World-Class Artists Talk About Why Photography Is Their Passion
As a part of the promotion for Photo London 2016, the exhibition team has put together a video with five fine art photographers who are interviewed about their love of photography. This short shows off some of their captivating work and really brings …
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Urbex Photography Taken to the Next Level: On Top of Christ the Redeemer
When looking at urbex photographer’s work, one can only wonder how they get in some places. Often these photographers will go to crazy locations just to get a single picture. Sometimes risking their life – or so it seems like – to get that adrenaline …
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Feature | Faces Of Photography: Walking The Line Between Art & Artifact
With the advent of digital photography, the act of constructing and recording life has become a language all its own as it can be created without cost in the hands of anyone who has a phone. Its very ubiquity demands a new level of discourse as our …
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