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  • "The Kid From Brooklyn" Takes On The MTA

    "The Kid From Brooklyn" Takes On The MTA
    Protests, small and large, continue throughout New York City in protest over the MTA's proposed plan to stop supplying city students with free MetroCards. The Kid from Brooklyn is giving us his take on what the MTA should do, and he isn't holding...
  • "The Kid From Brooklyn" Takes On The Haiti Relief Efforts

    "The Kid From Brooklyn" Takes On The Haiti Relief Efforts
    The Kid from Brooklyn is giving us his take on the Haiti Relief efforts and isn't holding anything back. He says the U.S. has done more than its fair share to show support for the victims of the Haiti quake and says other countries need to step up and do...
  • "The Kid From Brooklyn" Takes On The F-Word

    "The Kid From Brooklyn" Takes On The F-Word
    The Kid from Brooklyn is taking on the F-word and isn't holding back. He says lots of people use it and questions why it can't be used in everyday conversation. Tell us what you think about it. Do you agree with him or do you think he's wrong? Leave a...
  • "No Easy Way" by Fred Bowen

    "No Easy Way" by Fred Bowen
    "No Easy Way" By Fred Bowen, illustrations by Charles S. Pyle Dutton, $16.99, ages 7-9 Here's a good antidote to recent doses of sports and steroids. Its subtitle is "The story of Ted Williams and the last .400 season" and the recurring mantra is, "There...
  • 'The Emperor of All Maladies' by Siddhartha Mukherjee

    'The Emperor of All Maladies' by Siddhartha Mukherjee
    The Emperor of All Maladies A Biography of Cancer Siddhartha Mukherjee Scribner: 572 pp., $30 Siddhartha Mukherjee's "The Emperor of All Maladies," a remarkable history of the 4,000-year-old war on cancer, shines a focused beam of light on a disease...
  • At least he didn't bury any of Ted Williams' body parts

     
    Here is the video of Monday night's report by Keith Olbermann regarding the latest bit of Red Sox memorabilia buried in the new Yankee Stadium. Here is my newspaper story on that topic. More later on Olbermann somehow relating......
  • Is Broadway ready for Robert Evans?

     
    Robert Evans, the perma-tanned Hollywood producer whose flourishing career during the '60s and '70s was gradually eclipsed by box-office flops and his notorious personal life, is taking his life story to Broadway. Playwright Jon Robin Baitz is adapting...
  • Ted Williams Praises Dodger Hitters

     
    Well, it was the 1970s…. March 19, 1970: Ted Williams, manager of the Washington Senators who knew a few things about hitting, had high praise for two Dodgers. "Within three years (Bill) Bucker will lead the National League in hitting," Williams told...
  • Jury Duty

     
    Photograph by Dan McCormack / Los Angeles Times Nov. 23, 1957: Caryl Chessman appears in court in a hearing to determine whether the state of California owned the manuscript of his unpublished book "The Kid Was a Killer," which was seized under the theory...
  • President's first pitch: 100 years later

     
    by Mark Silva and updated 100 years ago, it was William Howard Taft, right-hander. 100 years ago, it was the Washington Senators. Today, it was Barack Obama, south paw. Today, it was the Washington Nationals. In his time, Harry Truman......
  • Caylee Anthony: Winter Springs family says no thanks to group involved in Caylee’s case

     
     The search for Nadia Bloom, the missing 11-year-old girl from Winter Springs, has spread to the Internet. You can learn more at Help Find Nadia Bloom on Facebook. But there's another wrinkle in the story, as WFTV-Channel 9 reported last night. ...