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  • Liberate time and break free from deadlines

    Are you busy right now? Are you already behind on what you wanted to accomplish today? Or this week? Or this year? Are you hoping this will be a short post so you can get back to the million things on your To Do list that are breathing down your neck? OK,...
  • Mark Russell

    Romney's pious slice of baloney: Politicians bad. Businessmen good. Government bad. Private sector good. I was never a politician, only a governor. There is a big difference. That's why I want to be president, so I can continue to be a businessman and...
  • Election will decide which new wars will be waged

    PARIS -- Now that America's primary elections have eliminated the more implausible contenders for the Republican presidential nomination, it is possible to take a clearer look at what the electorate will be up against when the conventions are over next...
  • Is the juice worth the squeeze?

    On April 26, Joel Ward scored the winning goal for his Washington Capitals in a National Hockey League playoff game against the Boston Bruins. It was the seventh game of a tied playoff series, so fan passion was at a high. Ward is one of the few black...
  • Day-old food takes on a new life

    I love this idea. Dough Rauch, the former president of Trader Joe's, is launching a new business built around selling food that has passed its official sell-by date but is still perfectly consumable. The idea is to make quality food available to people...
  • 'Oh, my God'

    Soon after the explosions, there appeared on the website of The Boston Globe a video of the moment. Runners in the city's iconic marathon are jogging across the finish line and everyone is cheering, when there is a clap of thunder and an orange bloom of...
  • Bryan Cranston plays LBJ onstage as 'Breaking Bad' ends [Updated]

    Bryan Cranston plays LBJ onstage as 'Breaking Bad' ends [Updated]
    As fans of "Breaking Bad" bade farewell to the critically acclaimed AMC drama series on Sunday evening, its star Bryan Cranston was otherwise engaged far from the show's New Mexico locations, playing President Lyndon B. Johnson in a stage production in...
  • 'Gravity': Sandra Bullock space saga attracts stellar reviews

    'Gravity': Sandra Bullock space saga attracts stellar reviews
    Film critics are over the moon for "Gravity," director Alfonso Cuarón's orbital drama starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as a pair of astronauts stranded in space trying to find their way home. Since the movie's premiere at the Venice Film...
  • Who will win the 2013 Nobel Literature prize?

    Who will win the 2013 Nobel Literature prize?
    The next winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature will be announced Thursday morning in Stockholm. In the United Kingdom, where you can wager on such things, the betting money is on Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami. As of Monday morning, the...
  • F1 United States Grand Prix 2013 TV schedule

     
    F1 United States Grand Prix 2013 TV schedule: NBC Sports presents live coverage of the United States Grand Prix from Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, Nov. 17, at 2pm ET. Sebastian Vettel will be driving for a record eighth straight...
  • Don't let the killjoys kill football [Blowback]

    Bill Dwyre, who served as sports editor for the Los Angeles Times for a quarter of a century, wrote Tuesday that "the NFL deserves to go away, to be banished from our sight forever." When football's natural amen corner raises pitchforks and torches...
  • 'Our Boston': Reading for a city's benefit, after marathon bombings

    'Our Boston': Reading for a city's benefit, after marathon bombings
    Boston was a rough-and-tumble city when I knew it in my teens and early 20s. It was, as Seth Mnookin suggests in “Our Boston: Writers Celebrate the City They Love” (Mariner: 354 pp., $16 paper), defined by “the Combat Zone and Filene&...