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Alternate medicine: What do you know about the drugs you take?

You were riding your bicycle when suddenly something jumped out at you and you swerved quickly to avoid a collision only to hit a curb and get slammed to the ground. Ouch! Your right elbow really hurts so you go […]

Alternate medicine: What do you know about the drugs you take?

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You were riding your bicycle when suddenly something jumped out at you and you swerved quickly to avoid a collision only to hit a curb and get slammed to the ground. Ouch! Your right elbow really hurts so you go […]

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Trump is just getting started

For anyone who thinks Trump's act has run on long enough, I hate to break the news to you — he is just getting started. Now that the midterm

Sister Carol: “Reggae Inna Mi Blood”

Sister Carol, respectfully and affectionately known as the “Black Cinderella” and “Mother Culture,” is both a pioneer and pillar of reggae music. The last of three female reggae artists

NFL Week 9: Angels on the 50 yard line and the GOAT

I would like to start this week’s column off by recognizing a man who recently passed away at the age of 86, Paul Zimmerman. Known as Dr. Z, he

Supplements: Do they actually help you lose weight?

It seems these days that there are a staggering number of supplements that make a wide range of claims, especially as a big help in losing weight. Upon close

Letters to Jim: Black Friday, sports, global warming and flatulence

Dear Jim, We are in the final days of the midterm elections. What are you predicting the outcome of them will be? Are we looking at Democratic control of both

NFL Week 7: Jonny can’t read

The Lead: Sports fans are used to teams in the NBA and MLB tanking. After all, the more games your teams play in a season, there becomes less of a

Lee Scratch Perry: “Higher Than Moses”

Editor’s Note: Click on images to view them without adverts. My reggae sixth sense told me it’d be a good idea to buy an extra Rasta-colored ring on the off-chance

YMCA Ventura: Why I will miss it

This evening, I have to say goodbye to some really great people. Thanks to my deteriorating spine, I have had to make a few changes with my life and

Rastalogy respected at 1st L.A. Reggae Vegan Fest

In an introductory essay to “Yes, Rasta” (Powerhouse Books 2000) – described by the New Yorker as “a book of dramatic black-and-white portraits of Rastafarians set against a lush Jamaican landscape” by Patrick

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