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  • Speaking with Stone Temple Pilots before Sands Bethlehem show: What led to Scott Weiland's firing, Chester Bennington's hiring

     
    Stone Temple Pilots founder and bassist Robert DeLeo says the most important thing about the band recently replacing its charismatic founding singer Scott Weiland is that it opens the possibility of writing new music again. Stone Temple Pilots, from left,...
  • Wikipedia on 'Stony Island Avenue'

     
    For your reference on the endangered street name: At about 92nd Street, Stony Island passes to the west of the geographical feature for which it was named, a stony hill that was once an island when the glacial Lake Chicago......
  • Stone Temple Pilots, before show at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, talk about firing Scott Weiland, hiring Chester Bennington

     
    Stone Temple Pilots founder and bassist Robert DeLeo says the most important thing about the band recently replacing its charismatic founding singer Scott Weiland is that it opens the possibility of writing new music again. Stone Temple Pilots, from left:...
  • Top websites, apps for summer travel

    Top websites, apps for summer travel
    Whether your summer includes road-tripping across the country or a stay-cation in the Windy City, we’ve got the best websites and apps for planning trips and traveling. Gtrot.com This Chicago-based startup recently re-launched their website to...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Is the show making up the rules as it goes?

    'The Voice' recap: Is the show making up the rules as it goes?
    If Monday's “The Voice” was a night of shock but little awe, Tuesday night was a night of crappy filler and little justification. After the merciless blow of instant eliminations, Christina Aguilera was called upon to defend herself for her...
  • Editorial: Libraries walk a tightrope on porn

    When a homeless man was accused of fondling himself in the Laguna Beach Public Library, the ensuing outcry was less about the alleged behavior than about the pornography the man was viewing on the Internet at the time. Some people had never realized...
  • Album of the Day 1/6/12: Steppenwolf - The Second

    Album of the Day 1/6/12: Steppenwolf - The Second
    There are certain bands that in my mind will forever be underrated.  It doesn't matter what hall of fames they are in or not in, how many gold or platinum records they have or how many times they show up on various silly Rolling Stone magazine lists. ...
  • On Faith: Where did we come from really?

    Most atheists don't have faith of any kind. What they do have is hope — a natural hope that the important things in our life will go well. A believer's prayer is an atheist's hope. Concerning the age-old cosmological question about the beginning...
  • Concerns About Online Piracy Act Growing Among State's Congressional Delegation

    Concerns About Online Piracy Act Growing Among State's Congressional Delegation
    Is the tide shifting on a controversial bill that would give the government and copyright holders broad new powers to stop online piracy? Over the weekend, the White House signaled that it has strong reservations about the controversial Stop Online...
  • Wikipedia shuts down in protest over anti-piracy legislation

    Wikipedia shuts down in protest over anti-piracy legislation
    Wikipedia is the sixth most popular website in the world.  It's the go-to information website for many students at UT Dallas. "Whenever I'm doing papers I use it for finding the sources that they've sourced in their article and then looking further",...
  • Websites Go Dark To Protest SOPA

    Websites Go Dark To Protest SOPA
    Some big name websites are going off-line today, January 18. Dozens of sites -- including Wikipedia -- are protesting SOPA legislation. The law would make it easier for media companies to take down illegal file sharing websites...but opponents say it...