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Basketball and homesickness: an update

As I think about my last few weeks here at Scripps, I’m overwhelmed with homesickness. I’m ready to be back in barbecue country with my family, but I already miss Washington. 393 more words


Bringing Them in with Trailers

How do you choose a movie?

My husband and I don’t see many movies, but when we do, we are often influenced by movie trailers–especially those shared by friends and family. 232 more words

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Target Offers $10 Million Settlement In Data Breach Lawsuit

Target has agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action lawsuit related to the company’s 2013 data breach.

Court documents show hacking victims could get as much as $10,000 apiece. 184 more words


10 more things that rhyme with 'Peeno Noir'

If you’ve watched The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, chances are you’ve heard Peeno Noir (yes, that’s how the show spells it, despite what the YouTube clip below says). 378 more words


Serving up word salad on Pi Day

There’s a party going on — one to which my invitation appears to have been returned to the sender more than 30 years ago.

Today is March 14, 2015 — 3-14-15. 514 more words


JASON RILEY: Drawing the Wrong Lessons From Selma About America Today

Wall Street Journal: Ferguson, Mo., in 2015 is not Alabama in 1965. But liberals have reasons to pretend otherwise.

When National Public Radio on Sunday asked Selma’s mayor how—not whether, but how—“what happened in Selma 50 years ago fits into the current conversation about race relations in this country,” he rejected the query’s premise. 65 more words