2018 Ford EcoSport: Ford Finally Gets in the Wee SUV Game

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Posted On 15 Nov 2016
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Flavor being secondary to function

Like all weighty discussions between anglers, the notion of what sandwich makes the best accompaniment to fishing is the source of both ire and amusement. Anglers aren’t likely to pay  attention to expiration dates, certainly the...
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‘Good Girls Revolt’, “Nasty Women” and the Politics of Recognition (Feature)

Amazon’s Good Girls Revolt may be set in the past, but it resonates loudly with the electoral present.
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This Sporting Life: A Brit Learns to Love the Basket (Feature)

At first, I didn’t have a clue what was going on at this Celtics game. By the end, I still didn’t have much more of a clue — but I was hooked, anyway.
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Wolf People: Ruins (Review)

Britain’s Wolf People get back to the earth with a heavy, fuzzy wallop of an album reaches into the past while carving out a sound of its own.
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Katie Gately: Color (Review)

Coming from an artist who outwardly flirts the obnoxious, Color is surprisingly tasteful.
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With Great Sound Comes Great Responsibility (Review)

Cheng’s Just Vibrations poses the only essential question left unanswered by the academy and the secret of its truly massive failure: an absence of any instinct to repair.
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Helmet: Dead to the World (Review)

Dead to the World finds Page Hamilton holding old Helmet and new Helmet together in perfect balance.
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Luísa Maita: Fio da Memória (Review)

Luísa Maita’s sophomore album is effortlessly cool, a lush contemporary fantasy under neon lights.
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Gene & Eddie: True Enough: Gene & Eddie with Sir Joe at Ru-Jac (Review)

True Enough collects the Maryland-based soul duo’s complete recordings for the Sir Joe Quarterman-owned Ru-Jac label.
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5 Mindfulness Tips to Beat Holiday Stress

As you look at the last six weeks of the year, your head probably feels like it’s going to spin right off your head. Regardless of what holidays you celebrate, November and December are joyous and festive months, but they’re also...
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Super Quality Indian Snack Bar is a small and vibrant restaurant in Montreal.

Details: Architect David Dworkind has created a small and vibrant Indian restaurant in our hometown, Montreal, called Super Quality Indian Snack Bar, which we hope is a reflection of the food not just the design. The restaurant, from...
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