John Mayer - "Born and Raised" Interview on NPR 5/19/ 2012 (Part 1)

John Mayer is one of the biggest-selling artists of the last decade, and one of its most pursued by the media. In 2010, he gave a pair of interviews to Rolling Stone and Playboy that shocked readers with sexually aggressive and racially insensitive language. Mayer seemed to be self-destructing in...

Hines Terrace Herald: The Wonders of Apple Cider Vinegar (Except ...

     We here at Hines Terrace Herald know the election is over and we couldn't be happier to not have to watch or listen to another hate-filled add full of half-truths that is candidly endorsed by the candidate or listen to another acquaintance who has suddenly acquired their PhD in Political Science from Stanford with a specialization in items they've gleaned from the internet, talk radio, and NPR. We...

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August 13, 2012 Spicy, acidic foods and heavy meals often get blamed when we experience heartburn. But researchers say that uncomfortable feeling may also ...

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