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It's the experience: The Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase

Back in April, Marathon Sports entered uncharted waters with a new partnership. Together with adidas and the Boston Athletic Association, we opened the Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase… 326 more words


Maintaining Life and Relationships with Bipolar Sucks

The title of this blog should be accompanied by a ‘dah dah dahhhhh';  you know, the here comes Debbie Downer kind of music.

I know the importance of being positive, but I’ll tell you right now, this Bipolar thing can really suck.   1,056 more words

Bipolar Disorder

Why I Ran The Boston Marathon on No Training

I could have trained. I should have trained. But as we all know, sometimes things do not go according to plan. I knew that if I turned to the online running community for tips on running Boston while logging less than 20 mile/month would be met with anything but support.My running buddies who became my friends over the years never doubted and even made the trek to Boston for Marathon Monday. 1,122 more words


Review: The Tsarnaev Brothers

Confusion Now Hath Made His Masterpiece

The Tsarnaev Brothers: The Road to a Modern Tragedy by Masha Gessen (Scribe)

Hell is a city much like London, wrote Percy Shelley as he left the choking metropolis for the romantic and revitalizing airs of the Continent. 3,312 more words

Rumors fly that Boston Bomber is already in Terre Haute; officials confirm he’s not

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – You may have heard rumors on Thursday that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is already in Terre Haute, and at the Federal Prison. We’ve heard those rumors too. 86 more words


Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sent to nation's most secure prison; "Supermax is life after death"

FLORENCE, Colo. — It’s home to Ramzi Yousef, who plotted the 1993 bombing at the World Trade Center; 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui; “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski; and Richard Reid, the “shoe bomber.” 1,647 more words


Some reflections on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's apology

It’s impossible to live in the Boston area and not have an opinion about Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s apology, which he delivered in federal court Wednesday as he was formally sentenced to death. 277 more words

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