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The Abraham Lincoln-Marilyn Monroe Letters

March 26, 2017
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One day Marilyn Monroe confessed a crush on Abraham Lincoln: “He was such a great guy.  When I see a man like that, I would love to just sit on his lap.” Review of “Marilyn…

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New Drug Cocktail Helps Break Grip of Hummel Addiction

March 25, 2017
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hummel1

MAYNARD, Mass.  In a darkened room, Rose Alba Mercurio sits in a comfortable chair and repeats the words she hears on a self-hypnosis tape especially prepared for her by a local support group.  “I don’t need…

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In Battle of Mascots, San Dorito State Usually Wins

March 24, 2017
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komodo1

SAN DORITO, California.  Like many college presidents, Norman van Dorn of San Dorito State College wouldn’t mind the publicity that comes with a winning sports program.  “You look at what Doug Flutie did for Boston…

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Gritty City Creates Knowledge Zone, But Some Feel Left Out

March 23, 2017
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worcester

WORCESTER, Mass.  This gritty central Massachusetts city is known to some as the Industrial Abrasives Capital of the World, and to others for its numerous railroad car diners.  What it is not known for, to the dismay…

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My GPS Cats

March 22, 2017
By
Rocco

Using tiny satellite tracking harnesses, the Cat Tracker Project has enrolled more than 500 cats in a program that will outfit them with Global Positioning System devices.           The Boston Globe “Is Okie lost–again?”  …

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Barkley Takes Baby Steps on Road Back From Gambling

March 21, 2017
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barkley

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama.  The revelation by two-time Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley that he’s lost more than $10 million gambling over the years has led to an outpouring of support in his hometown, where locals…

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Business Group Sues as Secretaries Again Dominate March Madness

March 20, 2017
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INDIANAPOLIS.  Marty Trowbridge is Chief Operating Officer of WidgeTek, a manufacturer with locations throughout the midwest.  “Our business is crucial to customers who buy our stuff,” he says, “whatever it may be.” Trowbridge:  “There’s somebody dicking around with a…

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Volunteers Raise Like Millions for Liberal Arts Major Disease

March 19, 2017
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LAS VEGAS, Nevada.  It is Sunday morning in this desert city and the streets are quiet.  Inside the casinos, where there are no clocks, gamblers who have played through the night order breakfast at blackjack and craps tables.…

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Koga the Gorilla Takes a Break

March 18, 2017
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Koga

Koga, a 24-year-old male gorilla, escaped from his cage at the Buffalo zoo and was captured in the staff lounge. Associated Press “How come stupid humans get lounge Koga no can go in lounge?”  …

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For Some Clowns, Scaring the Crap Out of Sick Kids is No Laughing Matter

March 17, 2017
By
zepherin

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.  Bobby Florin will be released from St. Zepherin’s Hospital here tomorrow, but for a long time it was unclear whether he’d reach his seventh birthday.  “He was born a month premature,” says his…

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