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  • Trudy Rubin: In Ukraine, some good news on foreign policy

    I've got some foreign policy good news. Really. Never mind that U.S. foreign policy appears irrelevant in Gaza, spineless in Syria, irresponsible in Iraq and grossly stupid in Germany (whoever OKd our dumb spy efforts there should be fired). There is...
  • John M. Crisp: A local climate-change laboratory with global implications

    If you were looking for a place to contemplate global climate change in a microcosm climate change writ small you could do worse than to consider my humble corner of the world. In some respects, this area is a laboratory for the competing climate and...
  • Report: NCAA investigating Oklahoma State

    The Sports Xchange Report: NCAA investigating Oklahoma State Oklahoma State's football program is under NCAA investigation, ESPN.com reported Monday. According to ESPN.com, the investigation stems from a five-part series by Sports Illustrated in...
  • NCAA reportedly investigating Oklahoma State football program

    Oklahoma State's football program is under NCAA investigation, ESPN.com reported Monday. According to ESPN.com, the investigation stems from a five-part series by Sports Illustrated in September that alleged improprieties in the program. After the...
  • What's so offensive about Esquire's praise of 42-year-old women?

    Tom Junod set the social web aflame with his article praising 42-year-old women. Never did one think that Esquire, a men’s magazine that’s stayed above the lad mag fray, could enrage so many people. But that it did, with people accusing...
  • NCAAF roundup: Slive gives warning to NCAA

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF roundup: Slive gives warning to NCAA Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive is ready to take his league and go elsewhere if the NCAA Division I board does not adopt sweeping changes that would lend autonomy to the...
  • Bill Denehy, A Middletown MLB Legend, Writes A Book

    It was stunning to learn that former fire-balling pitcher Bill Denehy has lost his eyesight. In a conversation a few days ago, Denehy revealed from his home in Orlando, Fla., that he is legally blind and uses a guide dog to get around. But the once fun-...
  • Robin Abcarian: New contract an extraordinary win for NFL cheerleaders

    On July 1, about six months after being hit with a wage theft lawsuit that generated worldwide attention, the Oakland Raiders shipped out a new contract to the 40 members of its Raiderettes cheerleading squad, who call themselves "football's fabulous...
  • Review: 'His Ownself' by Dan Jenkins

    Review: 'His Ownself' by Dan Jenkins
    Dan Jenkins may not be the greatest sportswriter of the 20th Century but he is indisputably in the same ballpark with such people as Grantland Rice, Ring Lardner, Red Smith, Jim Murray, Frank Deford and Gary Smith. There are others, of course, some of...
  • Annapolis Summer Garden gives music lovers something to 'Shout' about

    Annapolis Summer Garden gives music lovers something to 'Shout' about
    Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre's "Shout! The Mod Musical" is a star-studded show that rates a hearty shout of approval. After success with the 1950s-style jukebox musical "The Marvelous Wonderettes" in 2011 and the nostalgic song-and-dance musical...
  • Staff news: W.J. Hennigan to cover Pentagon; Josh Rottenberg joins Calendar

    Staff news: W.J. Hennigan to cover Pentagon; Josh Rottenberg joins Calendar
    The Times this week announced two staffing moves: W.J. Hennigan, who has been a Times Business reporter since 2009, is moving to Washington, D.C., to cover the Pentagon. And Josh Rottenberg, a reporter at Entertainment Weekly, is joining the Calendar...