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  • NFL season ends with a form of cosmic 'justice,' but what lies ahead?

    NFL season ends with a form of cosmic 'justice,' but what lies ahead?
    Once they can finally stomach going back and looking at Super Bowl XLIX, the despondent Seattle Seahawks might take a bit of comfort in this: Their loss to New England was written in the stars. Turns out, the NFC side of the postseason consisted of...
  • Snow delays Boston Super Bowl parade

    Snow delays Boston Super Bowl parade
    The Super Bowl celebration for New Englanders and their beloved Patriots will have to wait another day as Boston continues to get battered by heavy snow. Mayor Marty Walsh said the city will postpone a planned victory parade through downtown until...
  • Former Bears star Ronnie Bull: Where is he now?

     Former Bears star Ronnie Bull: Where is he now?
    Ronnie Bull gazes at his 1962 NFL Rookie of the Year trophy and notices a few cracks and loose parts after all these years. But the former first-round pick of the Bears out of Baylor still cherishes the memories of his 10 years in pro football, which...
  • Boynton youth places third in national competition

    Boynton Beach resident Jake Epstein's favorite team is the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, so participating in this year's National Football League Punt, Pass & Kick National Finals in Seattle took on a special meaning. The 9-year-old,...
  • Ex-Ravens RB Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl XLVII ring auctioned off for $50,820

    Ex-Ravens RB Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl XLVII ring auctioned off for $50,820
    When the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII, owner Steve Bisciotti awarded Super Bowl rings to former star running back Jamal Lewis and fellow Ring of Honor members Michael McCrary, Jonathan Ogden, Matt Stover and Peter Boulware. Now, Lewis' commemorative...
  • Seahawks have plenty to address this offseason

    Seahawks have plenty to address this offseason
    RENTON, Wash. — Before the Seattle Seahawks try to construct another championship team, they need some mental healing in the offseason. For many, that means getting as far away from football as possible after playing more games than any other...
  • Bible Belt excited for 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

    Bible Belt excited for 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
    It doesn't open in theaters until next week, but already the Bible Belt is snatching up tickets to see "Fifty Shades of Grey," according to Fandango. To say that the film — based on E.L. James's hugely popular erotic novel — is much...
  • Emotionally engaged? Maybe you weren't paying attention

    Emotionally engaged? Maybe you weren't paying attention
    In a book called "Seducing the Subconscious," Robert Heath, an advertising executive who moved into academia, makes the argument that emotional engagement is everything. No surprise there. In an era with so many cultural forces vying for attention,...
  • Malcolm Butler heads to Vegas after 2015 Super Bowl win

    Malcolm Butler heads to Vegas after 2015 Super Bowl win
    Following the Super Bowl, Disneyland always picks a star or two from the winning team and asks, "What are you going to do next?" And the answer is always the same: "We’re going to Disneyland." While Julian Edelman and Malcolm Butler of the 2015...
  • What Patriots, Yankees and UConn Women Have in Common

    It's Wednesday, and I'm watching the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots' victory parade on television. And I'm loving it. And I'm thinking about how much everyone hates us. And I'm loving that, too. Deflate-gate? Deflate this! Before the big...
  • The proof that we're winning the gender issues cultural battle

    The proof that we're winning the gender issues cultural battle
    Last year, in the wake of the horrific mass shooting in Santa Barbara and the subsequent “YesAllWomen” hashtag on Twitter, I wrote an article in this space arguing that in many ways, our society’s problems with rape, gun violence and...