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Yet Another Sporting Event in Boston

When I left work today and descended into Park Street T station it was the usual 5:45 rush. The platforms were packed, people were unhappy – you know, just the norm. 345 more words

How we get from Point A to Point B

Drew University is beginning to be known as the university and the city because of its close proximity to New York City. Within the spring edition of the… 247 more words

Blogging The City

Welcome to Istanbul. Walk at your own caution.

Istanbul is a death trap. A beautiful, terrifying, giant traffic death trap. 

I hail from southern California, Irvine most recently. You know, the place where cops have actually ticketed a student for riding a bike with both headphones in. 637 more words

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Rushing to the gold fields in 1849

The word spread remarkably fast after gold was discovered in California near Sutter’s Mill in 1848. When the news finally made it back to the East Coast of the U.S., the nation’s first real gold rush was on, and miners by the thousands began heading west. 1,151 more words

Kendall County

ILFC, once considered CSeries' launch customer, now incubator for Bombardier Inc executives

In early 2008, Bombardier Inc. issued an upbeat press release about its plans for the CSeries aircraft that included expressions of interest from three potential customers. 1,229 more words


Lexus RC 350 F Sport Review

The Lexus RC 350 F Sport combines a stylish body and just over 300 horsepower to deliver a luxury ride that won’t bore you on your commute. 826 more words