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From The Capitol Of The Midwest Coast To The Apple With Love – Holle Thee Maxwell To Storm The Stages At APAP – (TCP)CHICAGO

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By Brian Sidler – Former Music Writer for Chicago Music Magazine

(TCP)CHICAGO – In times past it’s been said, the blues had some babies called jazz and rock & roll.

New York City doesn’t have a real blues scene per […]

NEWS Distillation – Weekend of 29-30 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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29 December 2012

Pakistan – Reuters reported: Pakistani militants, who have escalated attacks in recent weeks, killed at least 41 people in two separate incidents, officials said on Sunday, challenging assertions that military offensives have broken the back of hardline […]

NEWS Distillation – Week of 24-28 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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24-25 December 2012

Egypt – The BBC Middle East Corps reported: Backers of President Mohammed Morsi have urged all Egyptians to work together after the adoption of a controversial new constitution. Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie said Egyptians should “begin […]

NEWS Distillation – Weekend of 22-23 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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22-23 December 2012

Egypt – Bloomberg Businessweek reported: Egyptian opposition leaders alleged foul play and vowed to overturn an Islamist-backed constitution that unofficial results showed was approved in a referendum, indicating tensions troubling the country’s transition are likely to continue. […]

NEWS Distillation – Week of 17-21 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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17 December 2012

Fiji – The Sydney Morning Herald reported: A state of natural disaster has been declared for parts of Fiji as the clean-up from Cyclone Evan begins. Thousands of people took refuge in evacuation centres overnight, as the […]

NEWS Distillation – Weekend of 15-16 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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15 December 2012

Egypt – The New York Times reported: Egyptians voted peacefully and in large numbers on Saturday in a referendum on an Islamist-backed draft constitution, hoping that the results would end three weeks of violence, division and distrust […]

NEWS Distillation – Week of 10-14 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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10-12 December 2012

North Korea – Reuters reported: North Korea’s next step after rattling the world by putting a satellite into orbit for the first time will likely be a nuclear test, the third conducted by the reclusive and unpredictable […]

NEWS Distillation – Weekend of 8-9 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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8 December 2012

Egypt – The LA Times reported: In a political reversal to calm weeks of unrest, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi early Sunday rescinded much of last month’s decree that expanded his powers and exposed a dangerous divide between […]

NEWS Distillation – Week of 3-7 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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3 December 2012

United States – The Daily Mail reported: Barack Obama made it clear to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad yesterday that the U.S. would not tolerate Syria using chemical weapons against its own people. In a strongly-worded speech on […]

NEWS Distillation – Weekend of 1-2 December 2012 – (TCP)CHICAGO

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1 December 2012

Japan – The BBC Asia Corps reported: A major road tunnel has collapsed in Japan, trapping a number of vehicles and leaving at least seven people missing, media reports say. Survivors described how large sections of concrete […]