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Ted Rall: The Four Stages of Government Responsiveness PDF Print E-mail
Ted Rall
Written by Ted Rall   
Monday, 06 December 2010 05:56

 
Ted Rall: Terrorism Against Hipsters PDF Print E-mail
Ted Rall
Written by Ted Rall   
Friday, 03 December 2010 05:55

 
Grace of the Chase and the Thrill of the Kill: “Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit” and “Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood” PDF Print E-mail
Gaming
Written by Luke Hamilton   
Thursday, 02 December 2010 09:19

'Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit'

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

I’m not a fan of racing games, as they tend to be far too similar to each other. Only the Burnout series caught my attention, primally satisfying in its exhilarating action with a focus on wrecking other racers and events designed to cause as much destruction as possible. So when I saw that the developers of Burnout were making this year’s Need for Speed title with a cops-versus-racers theme, I salivated like Pavlov’s dog. While not as chaos-oriented as Burnout, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii) is still a wickedly fun experience.

 
Red Meat: December 2, 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Red Meat
Written by Max Cannon   
Thursday, 02 December 2010 05:18

 
Ted Rall: The Power of Positive Thinking PDF Print E-mail
Ted Rall
Written by Ted Rall   
Wednesday, 01 December 2010 05:12

 
MWAH! Headlines Quad Cities Youth Conference, January 24-25 at the RiverCenter PDF Print E-mail
Noteworthy Events
Written by Ray Moffitt   
Tuesday, 30 November 2010 14:44

The keynote presentation for the 25th-annual Quad Cities Youth Conference at the RiverCenter in Davenport on January 24 and 25 will be the MWAH! Performing Arts Troupe, an acronym for Messages Which Are Hopeful.

At its third appearance at this conference in the past nine years, the issues-oriented ensemble will combine real-life drama with contemporary music and audience interaction. An overall focus is what’s happening with today’s youth and their families, and a common thread is the importance of making the right choices. Current MWAH! troupe members range in age from nine to 19 and live in 11 cities and towns in the western suburbs of Chicago and across northern Illinois.

 
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