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Jared Hayter
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I saw this direct-to-video Doctor Who spinoff being filmed on campus during spring break over twenty years ago.
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Metuchen Farmers Market opens this weekend. Come check it out.
 
Shop for local, seasonal and organic produce, meats, prepared foods and baked goods. Opening day events include ribbon-cutting by mayor Peter Cammarano and Vegging Out Q&A session about seasonal fruits & vegetables with local expert Christine von der Linn. Come back each week for special vendors and fun and educational events. 2016 market season June 18 - Nov 19.
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Lost City of Zakynthos. I think I played that module back in the 80s.
Scientists have discovered why underwater “ruins” off a Greek island showed no signs of human habitation beyond what appeared to be stonework.
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Oh, Theranos. Your tears are sweet like candy.
In another blow to Theranos, the embattled blood-testing company, Walgreens said it would no longer offer its laboratory services in 40 of its stores.
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Well, that's weird. I'm watching Deep Space Nine and all of the sudden Iggy Pop is there on-screen dressed as an alien.
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The bottle episodes contained both the biggest hits and worst flops, but I suppose that's part of their experimental nature. Still, the show would have fizzled if they hadn't started to create a serial skeleton around the baddies of the season. It wasn't until the Klingon politics storyline that the show had real arcs and wordbuilding.

I was really hoping they would have done a spin-off about Data and Geordi sharing and apartment in the big city, struggling with their careers and the dating scene. Hilarity would have ensued.
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Question for the hive mind: When you want to find local events and happenings in your area what online resource do you use? Thanks in advance for your input.
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Local newspaper websites.
Facebook pages and websites for local govt.
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Is that a ape nipple pineapple?
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Famed hammer of witches, Cotton Mather, on the mysteries of Dighton Rock: “Among the other Curiosities of New-England, one is that of a mighty Rock, on a perpendicular side whereof by a River, which at High Tide covers part of it, there are very deeply Engraved, no man alive knows How or When about half a score Lines, near Ten Foot Long, and a foot and half broad, filled with strange Characters: which would suggest as odd Thoughts about them that were here before us, as there are odd Shapes in that Elaborate Monument.…fhtagn!" #weirdma  
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So, when are we going there to investigate?
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Most "Ghost in the Shell" Headline Ever:

#fullbodytransplants
Patients suffering from paralysis and muscular wasting diseases are enthusiastic, but medical experts say the idea is “at best premature and at worst reckless.”
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The Atlantic's Hamblin get his no-soap on.
We spend two full years of our lives washing ourselves. How much of that time (and money and water) is a waste?
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People who receive high-level exposure to hazardous chemicals should probably take greater precautions.

This article is intended to address the ick factor that most people experience when the subject of abandoning soap is broached. If you read the original article by Julia Scott, you'll see that transitioned from a detergent-based cleansing routine to water-only washing. She did not stop showering in the way that James Hamblin or David Whitlock did.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/25/magazine/my-no-soap-no-shampoo-bacteria-rich-hygiene-experiment.html

The real take-away from this for most people is that it's possible to be clean without using soaps or detergents and that our standard cleansing practices may do more harm than good.
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The Angry GM delivers advice to players and dungeon masters of fantasy role-playing games with humor, snark, and attitude. Game masters and

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Ebola: What It Is
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Folks, this thing is serious. The kind of threat Ebola poses to the American way of life essentially makes it the North Korea of peanut alle

A Seductively Retro E-Bike, Yours for $5,000 | WIRED
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Los Angeles automaker Icon is best known for creating classic-looking 4x4s for well-heeled off-roaders. Its latest offering, however, has ju

– Ian The Incredible
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Howdy gang! Now that we've raised enough funds for Frenchy and Ferdinand (thanks for all your help!), we've moved onto our next case….Ian th

13th Age review: Spectacle over Tedium
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I've only had the book in my possession for a few days. Be warned, this is not a playtest but first impression review! If you want to know h

Misunderstood and Improperly Played - the Cleric
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As usual, I am beginning this article with a confession. I love the cleric class. I like the idea, I like the design, I like the role, and s

Protecting the Dismal Swamp in Central NJ | Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
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We welcome back David Wheeler, Director of Operations for Edison Wetlands Association, for the second of his two guest blogs about incredibl

Busted! Owner of Evanger's Dog & Cat Food Co. arrested for tryin...
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Joel Sher, owner of Evanger’s Dog & Cat Food Co., was booked into county jail and charged with attempting to bribe a witness in a case where

Planting Naturalistic Polycultures in the Vegetable Garden
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Maddy describes the Harland vegetable patch in May, a riot of flowers, self-seeding salads and perennial and annual veg, and gives 7 tips fo

Occupy Madison Builds Tiny Homes for the Homeless Using Recycled and Rep...
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Occupy Madison has built a tiny house for the homeless using entirely recycled or repurposed materials.

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Audio ambiences for tabletop role-playing games

In Foggy London Town
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London Oh, jet lag. After an unremarkable plane ride, we a massive case of jet lag and nearly slept away not only our first day but also all

The Actual and Original "Forbidden Maze" Map
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Okay, yes, I am a weirdo. I actually paused the DVD and made a copy of the original map of the Forbidden Mazes of the Jennerak used by the D