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Quite an 'achomlishment'

A sneak peek at Trump’s notes. The "American Taliban" is free.

Warriors' Kevin Durant won't be ready for Game 1 of NBA Finals

Kevin Durant is still expected to be ready at some point during the NBA Finals after his strained calf was re-evaluated, but it won't be Game 1.

Bruins' Backes must face Blues buddies for Stanley Cup

Former Blues captain will David Backes will have to go through his old team if he is going to win the Stanley Cup for the first time

Cooper hits slam in 9th, Marlins top Tigers, 6th win in row

Garrett Cooper hit a grand slam with two outs in the ninth inning and the Miami Marlins won their sixth in a row, rallying past Detroit 5-2 to finish a terrible homestand for the Tigers

Trump calls himself an 'extremely stable genius,' while responding to Pelosi criticism

President Trump on Thursday defended himself as "extremely calm" and described himself as an "extremely stable genius" as he responded to criticism.

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Clotilda, My Friend’s Story About the Last Shave Ship to America

When I read that the Clotilda, a schooner that was known to be the last slave ship to America, had been found, I recalled a conversation with my friend Sylviane Diouf from years ago. No one expected to ever find the vessel about which she’d just written a book, until a bomb cyclone exposed it … Continue reading Clotilda, My Friend’s Story About the Last Shave Ship to America →

It’s a Wonderful World: New York’s Annual Duck Parade

“It’s typical for female mallards to make nests and lay eggs in well-protected areas like high-walled courtyards. It’s also common at this time of year to see mama ducks leading hatchlings away from nesting areas to nearby bodies of water. “What isn’t so common is for a mama duck to use her bill to tap … Continue reading It’s a Wonderful World: New York’s Annual Duck Parade →

“To move the world…”

Socrates’ “Move The World” Quote Poster (Blue) by MementoStudios Want to make a difference? What are you waiting for? One more reason to love Socrates. He knew, 2,500 years ago.

Did Abraham-Hicks Kill Ari?

Did Esther Hicks or her late husband Jerry Hicks help — or their “teachings” — precipitate the death of Ari, an artist who turned to the Abraham-Hicks controlled Abe Forum for support? Here’s the story, pieced together from the accounts of friends outraged over what occurred and efforts to hide the tragedy. If Esther Hicks, … Continue reading Did Abraham-Hicks Kill Ari? →

“More Or Less I Am” Celebrates Whitman’s 200th Birthday in New York City

“Whitman’s own manic enthusiasm might be required to describe the joyous jamboree that occurs when you combine a fiddle, flute, cello, guitar, and steel drum with readers from the audience, an opera singer, the sounds of jets flying overhead and bells ringing at Riverside Church, the guy who played Brother Mouzone on The Wire, and … Continue reading “More Or Less I Am” Celebrates Whitman’s 200th Birthday in New York City →

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