There wasn’t an abundance of wild finishes this weekend, but there were some incredible individual performances (see below). Memphis, mentioned in this week’s column, is one of five teams unbeaten in conference; another, Gonzaga, has won its last six games by an average of 24 points.
Most homeowners associations come with a lot of rules. But they also come with plenty of benefits.
On the affected aircraft, there was a single row of seats that were not properly installed.
American Airlines has temporarily grounded eight aircraft after rows of seats became loose on two flights.
And for what it’s worth, if the folks at the Augusta National Golf Club refuse to admit women, that’s fine with me and I’ve got a feeling it’s fine with the IBM Ceo Ginni Rometty as well. Yes she plays golf, but if she’s as smart as purported to be, I’m sure she’ll be fine not having to hang out with that boorish group of men in the first place.
Gresh and Zo introduce their new segment “Manning the Globe”, they examine radio shows from the cities most likely to get Manning, and listen to their thoughts on the former Colts QB.
After Peyton Manning left the press conference in Indianapolis announcing the Colts were releasing him, Manning headed to his place down in Miami. Check out the greeting he got from the local media.
DirecTV Inc. and the owner of TV stations in Miami and Boston have resolved a dispute over fees the satellite provider pays to run broadcast programming.
A 21-year-old from Norwell has died after falling from a bus in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
I was going to try to avoid any comment about the magazine’s suggestion that Boston comes in sixth…..yes 6th in the nation when it comes to rudeness