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Ronaldo, Real Madrid Down Bayern Munich

    (Disclaimer): Opinions expressed are my own. For full coverage of the UEFA Champions League, visit http://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/index.html   Cristiano Ronaldo scored five goals in two games as defending champs move on   Surprises were abound in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals; an 18-year-old scored three goals in two games, and a man with no … Continued

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Iowa Spring Game Leaves More to be Learned

Changes to the Spring Game Don’t Change the Questions about the Hawks By Ben Colin Iowa City, Iowa – Not your typical Friday night lights. First off, it’s a mild spring evening, not a chilly fall night. Second, this was a Hawkeye football game of 16,500 people instead of a local high school. Third, the … Continued

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5 Songs to get you back into the Baseball Mood

Iowa City, IA– After a warm winter, the grass is starting to become green again. The birds are chirping outside my window, singing sweet songs of spring. April showers are bringing May flowers. I could drone on about spring cliches, but no one wants another cliche misplay. Be that as it may, the baseball regular … Continued

Director, Tony Stone’s latest feature-length documentary, Peter and the Farm, is an exquisite character study of a small-time, organic farmer trying to navigate his present situation that is so deeply hindered by his past. Featured Image via Film Society of Lincoln Center

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Introducing Fresh Bread Film Review, a column created by Lily Goodman dedicated to reviewing independent and lesser-streamed films. First up for analysis, Jacob Aaron Estes’ breakout film, Mean Creek. Featured Image via reelingreviews.com

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About Him: The Boy Who Loves to Love About Him: The Boy Who Loves to Love He loves to feel like he’s in love. He loves to feel fingertips brush his bones and every lip lock an “I do.” He loves, and that’s the problem. He never likes, he loves. He never fancies, he loves. … Continued

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