These days have been really difficult to me. I have been in a weird physical condition where only sleep could make me feel better. I now realize that this is my fifth day without coffee and still haven’t felt the need to have one. 366 more words
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“Hannibal” has likely had its last supper, concluding a somewhat ungainly third season that delved further into its literary underpinnings. Assuming there’s no stay of execution, the NBC series goes down as one of the most meticulously produced – and hunger inducing – in the recent annals of network TV, one that finally appeared to run out of options along with hospitable real estate. 710 more words
Someone is going to pay.
Next summer, if the Red Wings don’t act accordingly, some NHL team is going to back a Brinks truck up to Justin Abdelkader’s driveway and load bags of money onto a dolly and wheel it inside his home. 1,041 more words
This year, I’m the opinion editor of the Washington Square News, NYU’s official student newspaper. In a classic case of “start as you mean to go on,” I wrote my first piece on the importance of leakers and whistleblowers to the democratic process. 471 more words
Any home building contractor who needs to build a porch or replace existing porch columns for his client is lucky to have a wide range of options on the market today. 117 more words
When singers and actors including Bob Dylan, Mahalia Jackson, Lena Horne, Sidney Poitier and Burt Lancaster assembled in Washington, D.C., on August 28, 1963, they undoubtedly knew they were part of an historic event, but they might not have realized how far-reaching Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech would become. 536 more words