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by Mercury Staff We received a huge volume of cute entries in our Cutest Pet Photo contest, and a select sweet 16 made the final cut. To be clear: Every pet that entered is a winner in our eyes, but only one will take home the commemorative plaque! Who will it be? You decide!

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by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! When the war has took its part, when the world has dealt its cards. If the hand is hard, together we'll mend your heart. LET'S GO TO PRESS. Let'

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10 things to do for August 16 by Mercury Staff Shabazz Palaces, Porter Ray When he's not performing with his legendary jazz rap outfit Digable Planets, p

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Donald Trump threatens nuclear war. Hillary Clinton watches Wonder Woman. 2017 is turning out great! by Ann Romano MONDAY, AUGUST 7 Welcome back to One Day at a Time, dears—where we dish out sordid gossip, chart the decay of civilizati

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It’s super easy, everybody. by Elinor Jones Let’s say you want to experience a solar eclipse, but you’re busy on Monday. Maybe you have to work, or don’t want to miss any of The Price Is Right. I get it! I don’t want to

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That’s going to mean a steep learning curve for Danielle Outlaw, observers say. by Doug Brown It’s been just over a week since Oakland Deputy Police Chie

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The only actually useful thing in the Mercury’s Eclipse Issue. by Mercury Staff Solar Eclipse Tap Takeover Ecliptic Brewing hosts a pre-game

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Umii releases their debut EP, This Time. by Jenni Moore Umii, the new project of R&B singer Reva DeVito and Los Angeles-based producer B. Bravo (AKA Adam Mori), just released their debut EP, This Time, and it’s already received tons of po

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Plan accordingly. by Ben Coleman Now, I’m not a big-city lawyer, or indeed, any kind of lawyer at all, or even the resident of a big city. But there’s nothing in any law book that says I can’t offer my fellow citizens a morsel of well-

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Guantanamo Baywatch’s Desert Center moves beyond surf. by Ryan J. Prado If Guantanamo Baywatch’s blistering surf instrumentals and seething punk sermons ever seemed rooted in one place, the Portland band wasn’t too concerned with stickin

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Editorial opinion by a rooster. by A Rooster Good morning! Or, should I say, cock-a-doodle-dooooooo! I hope you’re feeling bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and ready to face the day, because the Sun has risen and I won’t shut the fuck up

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This Week: The Princess Bride, Cutter's Way, and Queer Horror: Death Becomes Her. by Mercury Staff Annabelle: Creation Even if it

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Why not? Everything is made up anyway. by Megan Burbank EDITOR'S NOTE: Megan Burbank is NOT an astrologer, but she IS an Aries. According to astrologer Susan Miller, eclipses “are dramatic 'wild cards’ in our horoscopes...

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The latest animated film from Sunao Katabuchi. by Suzette Smith There’s an elephant in the room throughout Sunao Katabuchi’s latest animated film, In This Corner of the World. That elephant is the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima—an action t

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Hell, I’m no philosopher. by Randal Kickins Maybe it’s all these Bud Lights I’ve been drinking, but this eclipse has my head spinning like a bald tire in a mud ditch. What if Lisa hates me? I love my wife so goddamn much I c

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Ferguson, revisited. by Jenni Moore Most of us remember scrolling through news about the Ferguson protests on Twitter in 2014, but Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis’ directorial debut Whose Streets? fills in the blanks of the story, offering a huma

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The eclipse, as “explained” by flat-Earthers. by Kathleen Marie For a moment, forget the fact that Earth is a sphere. Forget that the orbit of Earth, along with the orbit of the Sun and Moon, are what will cause the upcoming sola

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This is just the worst. by The Moon, as transcribed by Eric D. Snider Ugh. You know I don’t like the limelight. I show up in the evening, provide just a bit of illumination—not too much! People are sleeping!—and then I hide all day. I

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A Northeast food cart serves up fresh, distinctive, authentic Jamaican plates. by MJ Skegg On one hand, it’s ballsy to locate a food cart opposite a phalanx of established eateries—Hat Yai, Handsome Pizza, Podnah’s Pit, Le Taq—but on the other, i

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After hibernating for 13 years, the Seattle band is ready to unleash Hellbender. by Aris Hunter Wales During punk rock’s renaissance in the 1990s, it was common for labels to release compilations featuring artists on their rosters. Epitaph Recor

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...and every week! by Andrea Damewood Somehow, iloveblackfood.com was still available when William “Dub” Travis III went looking for domain names to create a digital home base for Support Black-Owned Restaurants week. “We got it now,” Tra

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Fast and sort of furious. by Erik Henriksen “I just don’t think movies matter as much anymore, culturally,” infamously unpredictable filmmaker Steven Soderbergh told the Guardian in 2013—one of the many legit reasons he gave when he announ

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