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#MSPreps roundup: Prep faces MRA for soccer title

FLOWOOD – Jackson Prep moved one step closer to a fifth consecutive MAIS boys soccer championship with a 6-0 victory over Jackson Academy Thursday. The Patriots (24-4-2) will be at home against MRA Saturday in the Division I title game, a rematch of last year’s final. 456 more words


Packrats in Love Struggle to clear the Landfill called Home (with a little help from Marie Kondo)

I came home from my most recent Book Group and announced to Sweetheart that I had good news and bad news.

“What?” he said.

“Book group is going to be here in March,” I told him. 1,150 more words


High surf damages historical sites along Big Island's Kona coast

The National Park Service is continuing to assess damage caused by last week’s high surf, especially on the Kona coast of the Big Island.

While Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park is open, several areas that were flooded and sustained damage remain closed, including the picnic area, royal grounds and a coastal trail. 136 more words


North Korea and Canada between covers: A pair of mini book reviews

One of the best things about finishing grad school is getting to read for pleasure again. I recently finished one novel – “The Orphan Master’s Son… 680 more words


Hack This Book: The Orphan Master's Son

It’s pretty unclear these days whether or not North Korea was responsible for the Sony Hack or not. But as the whole mystery has spun out, my main question has been if the Interview could cause such controversy, why not Pulitzer Prize winner, The Orphan Master’s Son. 376 more words


Sunderland 0-1 Liverpool

Lazar Markovic scored an early winner for Liverpool as they saw off ten-man Sunderland.

The former Benfica man poked the ball past Costel Pantilimon in the ninth minute that capped off an excellent performance for the Serbian. 216 more words


The Orphan Master's Son...Not Sure I Can Make It

I’m 10% into Adam Johnson’s The Orphan Master’s Son. I’m not sure if I can take it much longer.

It’s a good book. It’s next on my list — the 2013 Pulitzer winner. 381 more words