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Clergy Members Urge Candidates Take ‘Moral Agenda’

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CLEVELAND (AP) – Several clergy members are urging candidates with both political parties to embrace what they’re calling a moral agenda. The clergy plan to unveil their “Higher Ground Moral Declaration” Monday in Cleveland, a week before the Republican National Convention gets underway. Organizers of a news conference and march to GOP convention headquarters say… Read More

Coconut Chocolate Squares


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By Aube Giroux / PBS Food My brilliant friend Katie brought these coconut chocolate bars to a party a couple months ago and they disappeared in seconds, thanks to urgent whisperings traveling from room to room and ear to ear about the incredible bars someone had just put down on the kitchen counter. When she revealed… Read More

Blackoutfest ’16 Ends On a High Note


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This past weekend marked the passing of Blackoutfest, a weekend-long series of rock ‘n’ roll shows at Athens’ own beloved Union Bar. Throughout the shows, which took place Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, both regional and national acts rocked out on the club’s recently renovated upstairs stage. Check out these photos, taken Saturday night, by… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2016: Lake Street Dive

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Check out Brooklyn-based, multi-genre outfit Lake Street Dive on this episode of Gladden House Sessions. The quartet consists of Rachael Price on lead vocals, Mike Calabrese on percussion, Bridget Kearney on standup bass and Mike “McDuck” Olson on guitar and trumpet. Lake Street Dive formed around 2007 at Boston’s New England Conservatory, with the initial intention… Read More