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  1. Buccaneers: The Last Five Selections at Their Current Spot, Number 19

    Mar 1, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht speaks to the media during the 2017 NFL Combine at the Indiana Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports The Buccaneers currently sit with the number 19 overall choice in the draft.

  2. Fantastic Negrito Picks Three Can't-Miss Local Shows

    Fresh off his Grammy win - a contemporary blues album award for The Last Days of Oakland - East Bay crooner Fantastic Negrito, nA© Xavier Dphrepaulezz, picks the shows we'd be crazy to miss. Rachelle Ferrell "I am a huge fan of Rachelle Ferrell.

  3. Neu! Reekie! Bring Artists To Hull 2017 For State Of The Nation Festival

    As Britain gets set to begin negotiations to exit the European Union, full details have been announced for Where Are We Now?, a new festival bringing hip hop, music, film, poetry, dancing and more, which promises to be as thought-provoking as it is entertaining. Produced by avant-garde art collective and cultural rabble-rousers Neu! Reekie!, Where Are We Now? takes place at venues around Hull from 2-4 June.

  4. Up to the challenge

    Soca and the indigenous bouyon are dominant sounds in Eastern Caribbean countries like Dominica, but singer Challenger was always attracted to a more militant music. "There was not one day reggae was not played on the island.

  5. Educating children in Guatemala before they decide to migrate to the US border

    On March 8, 40 girls were killed in a fire at a home for abused youth in Guatemala. More than 800 children and adolescents were living in the home.

  6. Pay people to stop smoking? It works, especially in vulnerable...

    Cigarette smoking in the U.S. has dropped dramatically since the landmark publication of the 1964 U.S. Surgeon General 's report on smoking and health. This has led to improved health for millions of Americans.

  7. Psychology Of Phantom Phone Buzzing: Why We Think Our Cell Is Vibrating When It's Not

    Have you ever felt your phone vibrating, reached into your pocket to grab it, but found that it wasn't buzzing after all? If so, you've experienced phantom phone buzzing. A recent survey of 766 undergraduate students revealed over 80 percent of them have experienced it.

  8. Life on Earth is Used to Gravity - So What Happens to Our Cells in Space?

    This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.

  9. Love the 70s? Then these Birmingham gigs are for you

    Dust off your platforms and get your two tone tonic suit out of the loft - 70s music is alive and well in Birmingham. From glam rock gods Kiss to an evening with Elton John, there are plenty of gigs coming up this year to remind you why the 70s was such a golden era for music.

  10. Restaurants pledged to make kids' meals healthier - " but...

    Chain restaurants are not known for serving up healthy kids' meals. Most entrees on a kids' menu are either fried, breaded or doused in cheese.

  11. Don't believe the hype: rumours of our terrorist threat have been grossly exaggerated

    The government, intelligence community, and police force have exaggerated Australia's terrorist threat to suit their own purposes, writes John Menadue , former head of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Flowers outside the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, after seven people were arrested in raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere linked to the Westminster terror attack..

  12. Veteran band celebrates 50th anniversary in 2018

    A play based on the life and music of Jacob Miller is among the events that will mark Inner Circle's 50th anniversary next year. The band's co-founder Ian Lewis told the Jamaica Observer that the play opens in May at the Little Theatre in Kingston when Miller, who died in March 1980, would have turned 68. The play will have two dates, followed the next day by a free concert at Emancipation Park, headlined by Inner Circle.

  13. Farewell to WalcottMar. 25, 2017, 9:20 PM Ast

    DEREK Alton Walcott, born in humble surroundings on Chaussee Road and who mesmerised the world with his poetry, plays and paintings, was buried here yesterday, one week after he died following a prolonged illness. The Nobel Laureate, who died at the age of 87, was eulogised during the just over two-hour state funeral service, as a man who gave Caribbean people an opportunity to "have dreams and have visions".

  14. Mrs Brown is the Hostess with the Most Effs on new show

    The fans will love it, the critics will hate it and for neutrals like Harry Guerin there were plenty of reasons to tune in next week. Having caused more conflict among members of Irish families than who gets what in the will, the country's most famous matriarch is at it again, expanding her empire and trying out a new position over the next few weeks as the Hostess with the Most Effs.

  15. All Round to Mrs Brown's only suffers when Agnes isn't in the driving seat

    "The BBC have decided to give me my own Saturday night show will they ever feckin' learn?" asks Agnes 'Brendan O'Carroll' Brown as she takes her familiar seat at the kitchen table in the first episode of All Round to Mrs Brown's. The mammy returned to our TV screens for an evening of "craic" this weekend.

  16. All-star cast for Magnum New Rules

    AN all-star cast is expected for Magnum New Rules scheduled for National Stadium Car Park in St Andrew, tonight. The event, headlined by Alkaline, will also see Mavado, Shaggy, Tarrus Riley, I-Octane, and Jahmiel.

  17. Migrant youths often become exploited workers in US

    This article originally appeared on The Conversation. The Trump administration has released a series of executive orders targeting immigration at the U.S. southern border.