New York Times
If the Boston Globe were to vanish, or become debilitated by a new owner who doesn’t get it, our public culture would be damaged.
Many newspapers in this country from the New York Times on down deserve to be “fish-wrapping” at best, but while doing nothing is not an option, it’s time to get back to the basics. Enter: Warren Buffett.
There is a great commercial for Ziploc bags.
William J. Broad, writes that Yoga can cause serious injuries such as nerve damage, strokes, muscle damage, torn cartilage even crack ribs.
John Branch writes for the New York Times and joined Toucher & Rich to discuss that connection between fighting and brain injuries.
So I’m just now getting caught up with what the New York Times seemed to feel was the lead political story of the day on Friday – Mitt Romney’s hair.
Actually I have to concede up front….that posting title of “only in California” is a typical overstatement on my part, but often times as I visit some of the crunchy-granola, beautiful-people, lefty-looney locales in this country, I’m forever taken back by the dynamics of these destinations. The beauty of a San Francisco for example is magnificent.
A New Hampshire man stumbled on a relative’s old obituary and found some surprising results.
Gov. Deval Patrick’s memoir may be compelling. But it isn’t selling.
Sen. John Kerry is saying publicly what senior U.S. officials have said only privately: Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak should step down.