The Giants season is basically over, so all they have left is trying to play spoiler for the playoff-hopeful Cowboys.
EVERYDAY HEROES: ‘If We Left, They Wouldn’t Have Nobody.’ When an assisted living home in California shut down last fall, many of its residents were left behind, with nowhere to go. The staff at the Valley Springs Manor left when they stopped getting paid — except for cook Maurice Rowland and Miguel Alvarez, the janitor. […]
Using magic, how can you subjugate a male enemy? Easy:[Y]ou have to say a magical formula over two nails, and then "drive them into his doorpost, one on the right side (and) one on the left." That bit of supernatural advice can be found in a mysterious, 1,300-year-old Egyptian codex that's written in Coptic. (Somewhere, Dan Brown is in the throes of arousal.)
Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji) © Native Sun News 2014 There is a poem in my book "Children Left Behind" called "Six days a week and twice on Sunday" that describes the lives of the Indian students at Holy Rosary Indian Mission boarding school in the 1940s. Show More Summary
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several weeks, you’ve probably heard of Serial. The new crime drama from This American Life has been the talk of the Internet, inspiring thinkpieces and theories left and right. Serial...Show More Summary
Greentoe picks up where Priceline and similar services left off
Mayim Islam grew up in Queens knowing that his parents lived in fear. They left him in Bangladesh when they moved to the U.S., but were able to bring their son to New York when he was 9.
"... though she didn’t betray it at the time, left her shaken and scared.... Now that I live in San Francisco, land of the billionaire hoodie, I never see anyone who looks like my mother. It’s clear that in Silicon Valley, there’s aShow More Summary
Interesting… 1930?s African American Immigrants To Russia Lived The High Life Filmmakers and professors are now discovering and reporting about the lesser known crop of African Americans who left the US for the USSR back in the early 1930?s, and
It seems there are a lot of great things coming out of Australia right now for those needing a good laugh. From an Aussie man’s ridiculous break-up text, to this Aussie’s note outlining why the person living in apartment 12 should “bolt...Show More Summary
A massive snowstorm that hammered much of upstate New York has claimed several lives and left thousands stranded along highways and inside homes as temperatures hover below freezing.
Khaki Campell (left) and Peking ducks Most of us buy our meat and poultry hermetically sealed in Styrofoam packs. Of course, this wasn’t always the case—and even today, in certain pockets outside densely populated Manhattan, shoppers select their supper while it’s still kicking. Show More Summary
Conservataria is a terrifying place--largely because a great many people have decided that they are going to make money by terrifying conservatarians, or by selling the eyeballs of their readers to people who are going to make money by terrifying conservatarians. Show More Summary
A night that left concertgoers with a slightly confused palette.
This year has been a great one for home decor, but bedrooms definitely take the cake. From spacious loft living to space-saving studio digs, we've certainly learned a lot from the way that real girls style their bedrooms. If you're looking to revamp your own bedroom, check out some of the best ideas taken right from the homes of real women... they can do it, and so can you!
LAST CALL – 24 Hours Left to Buy! NEW DESIGN LIVE – Merry Christmas From England We had the pleasure of spending last Christmas in England and it was a truly magical experience. This design by our regular designer, Malcolm Watson isShow More Summary
This weekend at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, fiber artist Bea Camacho will knit (technically, crochet) herself into a cocoon. The live performance will be similar to previous ones Camacho has done, such as Enclose (left), which took 11 hours to complete. READ MORE »
Mike Florio chats with Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald about the Dolphins loss of Branden Albert at left tackle and Ryan Tannehill’s lingering injuries. Then, Florio talks about the coaches, general managers, and coordinators on the Week 11 hot seat.
Poor Mega Man. Poor, poor Mega Man. Left to rot by Capcom, he lives on these days under an assumed name, and is relevant only to long-suffering, die-hard fans. If that's you though, boy is this a treat. Read more...
It's 8 a.m. The kids have left for school and my husband is gone to work. I look forward to this moment of the day. It's when I can steal time for myself. The house is quiet. I pull up the rocking chair to the living room window and sip a warm cup of coffee. Show More Summary