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USA Looks for First Olympic Medal in Biathlon
The US has not medaled in the Olympic sport of biathlon, but this year Team USA is hoping to change that
How to Supplement Your Travel Budget by Busking
If you've got some talent and you're looking for extra cash while on the road, here are some things to keep in mind.
NYC Should Mandate Proper Wage for Waitstaff
The minimum cash wage of $5.00 is way too little to live in NYC, yet restaurant workers are a huge part of the city's economy
Quarterbacks on the Move in the NFL
Some familiar face will be playing with different teams next year; which QBs are on the move?
Where Will Tebow Play in 2013?
As the dysfunctional New York Jets look for answers, where will their most-hyped offseason acquisition be taking snaps next season?
Jam with Your Phone - 6 Essential Android Apps for Musicians
Turn your phone into a portable music studio with apps for recording, composing, performing, and more.
Ten Gift Ideas for Boston Red Sox Fans
What to get for the Red Sox fan in your life? Try these great gifts, from stocking stuffers to unique collectibles.
5 Reasons Why the Red Sox Are Better Off After the Gonzalez/Beckett/Crawford Trade
Trading Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford, and Adrian Gonzalez for prospects is the perfect move for the Red Sox.
Armstrong Probe Aims at Wrong Target
The USADA's decision to strip Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France titles is misguided
5 Ways to Keep Your Android Phone's Data Usage Down
Keep your data usage down and save your bandwidth with these great tips.
An Introduction to Claude Debussy
The music of the French master composer sounds as beautiful and striking today as it did in turn of the century Paris.
Four Olympic Sports the U.S. Has Not Medaled In
While Team USA usually wins big, they've been unable to win at all in these four sports.
Improve Your On-Air Presence as a DJ
Getting behind a mic can be scary, but if you're prepared and stay calm, you'll keep everyone listening.
Easy Apple Butter
If you've got more apples than you know what to do with, make this delicious spread!
The Birth of Country Music
Ralph Peer set out to record real American music, and ended up jump-starting a new genre.
Return of the Late 90s
Before Y2K, 9/11, and the Bush years, Matchbox Twenty, Fiona Apple, and Train ruled the charts. Now they're back with new songs, albums, and tours.
How to Improve as a Sportscaster
Getting behind a mic can be tough, but you can become a natural with a bit of preparation and practice.
Where to Find Great Free (and Legal) Music!
There are many ways to get great music by your favorites artists for free, without resorting to illegal filesharing networks.
Camping in France
Camping is a great way to explore France, from its historic cities to its beautiful rural areas.
'Firms' Message About Romney Outsourcing Hits Home
Using credible sources and damning quotes, this Obama ad targets one of Romney's key assertions: that he knows how to create American jobs.
Single Review: Matchbox Twenty's "She's so Mean"
Matchbox Twenty returns to the charts after a 10 year hiatus with a catchy new single that picks up right where they left off.
American Murder Ballad: Tom Dooley
The true murder story behind the song "Tom Dooley," a hit for the Kingston Trio and a mainstay of American folk music.
Review- the Old Crow Medicine Show's 'Carry Me Back'
Old Crow Medicine Show keeps up their fiery blend of old-time, blues, and a bit of rock n roll with their new release, "Carry Me Back."
'Tampered' is a Misdirected Counter-Attack
While Obama has a point about his words being taken out of context, he should try to advance his own argument instead of complaining about Romney.
My Favorite Olympic Moment: Bode Refuses to Give Up
His home mountain watches as Bode Miller misses a gate, then hikes up to avoid disqualification.
Obama's 'Makes You Wonder' Ad a Misfire
Mitt Romney may be hiding something, but this Obama ad takes the guessing a bit too far.
Romney's 'Doing Fine' Spot a Quick, Blunt Hit
The ad features Obama's statement that the private sector is "doing fine," trying to prove he's out of touch with the economy. But it fails to highlight anything else the president has said to the same effect, making it argument too shallow.
How to Eat Cheap (and Well!) in Paris
Paris may have a well-deserved reputation for expensive food, but that doesn't mean you have to spend a fortune to have a gastronomic adventure in the City of Lights!
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