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Switzer Is '261' And Fearless In Boston
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Digital Sports Desk
BOSTON - (April 17, 2017) - The elevator door swung open on the fifth floor of the Sheraton Boston hotel and Kathrine Switzer
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owner Aaron Kushner run into nothing more than a bit of turbulence from which he can recover?
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Why I'm Glad I Lost And Then Reconnected To My Religion
Linda K. Wertheimer
I once belonged more to the "Nones" than anything else. I checked Jewish on the box, but that mark was more about a cultural than religious identity. In my teens, I felt disconnected from Judaism. I was a religious school dropout at 12. But at age 41, I was in a much different place.
No Middle Ground
D. R. Tucker
Freelance writer and co-host of "The Green Front" on Progressi...
The images of extreme violence in South Boston and Charlestown in the fall of 1974 are still so lurid and so disturbing that one can't help wondering what exactly drives human beings to such behavior.
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Why Character in Sport Matters
Venture capitalist-turned-writer; founder, The Good Men Project
Talk about a sports fanatic's wet dream. There I was in the Celts' locker room, free to talk to whomever I wanted.
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