2011 Top Ten of Polemic for Culture

Rant (novel)
Rant: An Oral Biography of Buster Casey is a novel by Chuck Palahniuk released on May 1, 2007. Palahniuk has indicated that Rant is the first in what will become a three-book series
Barney's Colorful World
Barney's Colorful World was a stage show based on the Barney franchise. The show was first performed in January 2003 and toured until late 2004. In this stage show, Barney & his friends go around the world with the power of imagination. The video of the stage show was taped at the Dodge Theater in Phoenix, Arizona and was released in September 2004
Tuvalu at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics
Tuvalu competed at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics from 15–23 August. A team of 2 athletes was announced in preparation for the competition
I Care 4 U (song)
"I Care 4 U" is a song recorded by American singer Aaliyah. A romantic R&B ballad written by Missy Elliott and Timbaland, the song was originally recorded for Aaliyah's second studio album One in a Million (1996), but the recording was withdrawn after its completion. It went on to be re-recorded in 2000 for her self-titled third and final studio album (2001). The song heavily samples "(Too Little in Common to Be Lovers) Too Much Going to Say Goodbye" by The Newcomers, written by Carl Hampton and Homer
Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters
AIB TV - Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters is an interfaith, spiritual and educational television and internet network with its studios and offices located in Midtown Atlanta. The cable network can be viewed in 19 Atlanta Metro counties on Xfinity channel 295, along with AT&T U-verse channel 6. The network's programming is also available streaming individually on-demand and through a live stream of its air-feed worldwide from the station's website
Steam power during the Industrial Revolution
Improvements to the steam engine were some of the most important technologies of the Industrial Revolution.., although steam did not replace water power in importance in Britain until after the Industrial Revolution. From Englishman Thomas Newcomen's atmospheric engine, of 1712, through major developments by Scottish inventor and mechanical engineer James Watt, the steam engine began to be used in many industrial settings, not just in mining, where the first engines had been used to pump water from deep
Australian gold rushes
During the Australian gold rushes, starting in 1851, significant numbers of workers moved from elsewhere in Australia and overseas to where gold had been discovered. Gold had been found several times before, but the colonial government of New South Wales had suppressed the news out of the fear that it would reduce the workforce and so destabilise the economy
Triangular trade
Triangular trade or triangle trade is trade between three ports or regions. Triangular trade usually evolves when a region has export commodities that are not required in the region from which its major imports come. It thus provides a method for rectifying trade imbalances between the above regions
Monochromatic color
Monochromatic colors are all the colors of a single hue
The London Eye Mystery
The London Eye Mystery is a children's mystery novel by English author Siobhan Dowd. First published in 2007, it tells the story of how Ted, a boy with Asperger syndrome, and his sister Kat, solve the mystery of how their cousin, Salim, seemingly vanishes from inside a sealed capsule on the London Eye. In 2017, Robin Stevens published a sequel, The Guggenheim Mystery