Preview of the 2014 World Cup Final [via The Onion]

With the World Cup final between Germany and Argentina set to kick off on Sunday, Onion Sports previews the biggest and most popular sporting event on the planet. The World Cup Final By The Numbers The match will be broadcast in more than 157 countries and 2 languages. Due to the time difference, the final’s local 4:00 p.m. start will be at 2:00 a.m. in Germany on August 19. More than 30 millio...

12 Jul 8:00 AM 0 Read More...

Gabby's Music Video of the Week

We're starting a new thing: Gabby's Music Video of the Week! I've developed an obsession with Real Estate lately, so this week I bring you their performance of Green Aisles-- in Paris-- on some train tracks-- it's simply great. This video was originally published by Pitchfork Media as a part of their Special Presentation series. ...

09 Jul 8:00 AM 0 Read More...

The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in Denver [via AXS]

The following was originally published by AXS: DOWNTOWN DENVER Civic Center Park E. Broadway and Colfax July 3, 8 p.m. Admission: Free Start the holiday weekend early with the annual Independence Eve celebration, presented by Anadarko. The fireworks will be preceded by a patriotic concert, and as always, lawn seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. It’s highly recommended attendee...

03 Jul 9:31 PM 0 Read More...

"Contra A Copa": The Brazilian People vs. FIFA World Cup

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, and Brazil is the epicenter of fútbol fanatics. When FIFA chose Brazil to host the 2014 World Cup in 2007, the government was ecstatic to have the opportunity to impress the world with its beautiful scenery, people, and stadium architecture. You'd think the Brazilian people would be just as excited to host the most widely viewed sporting event in the world, but thi...

02 Jul 9:00 AM 0 Read More...

Georgia State's Independent Radio Station Suffers GPB Takeover

As an independent radio station, we pride ourselves on being just that- independent. We play music we want our listeners to hear, not for good ratings, but for other independent music fans to have a go-to radio station that's local and will never play the latest Ke$ha or Katy Perry song. Georgia State University's radio station thrived with the same mentality, until May 5th 2014, when GSU and Georgia Public Broadcast...

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