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Star Wars for the Next Generation
April 1, 2005
by
Michael Walls


Like every kid that grew up in the late ‘70s, Star Wars was the greatest movie I had ever seen... Now, after more than 25 years since I first saw Star Wars in a movie theatre, my own kids are beginning to get caught up in the Star Wars hype.
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Art For The Rest of Us
The Gates – Central Park, NYC
February 15, 2005

by Chris Orcutt


Christo (and Jeane-Claude, his partner) unveiled "The Gates" in the park yesterday, a project 25 years in the making, and it is really worth seeing. read>>>

 
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Reality Roundup
March 15, 2005

by David Brown

When you’re stuck at home with a newborn baby in the frosty months of winter, you do some crazy things... Crazy enough to watch more reality television than one man should witness in a lifetime. read>>>

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The Authoritative Guide to Mini-Putt Golf
February 1, 2005
by Michael Walls

Since I’m not one for re-inventing the wheel, I assumed that someone out in cyberspace had probably documented a cheat sheet or helpful hints for Online Mini-Putt Golf. But after searching high and low, all I managed to come across were message boards full of frustrated mini-putt golfers like myself. That’s when I realized there was a need. read>>>


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