Boston Globe

Curt Schilling makes first public comments on 38 Studios controversy

Today's emergency meeting by Rhode Island officials to determine what they are going to do about Curt Schilling's 38 Studios has concluded with officials freezing like deer in headlights. Nothing happened. Rhode Island's Concerns about 38 Studios' financial health arose when it failed to make a scheduled $1.125 million payment to the Economic Development Corp. […]

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Eduardo Saverin's ideological allies

Or it could be that Eduardo Saverin is genuinely happy for his old partner, Mark Zuckerberg and the rest of the Facebook crew. Whatever his motivation, the incredible payday he's about to receive or some genuine affection for The United States is the only country in the world which applies the same tax regime to […]

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How to photograph Sunday's solar eclipse

Times reporters Ron Lin and Rick Rojas will join City Editor Shelby Grad for a discussion about two unsual events: the 'ring of fire' solar eclipse that will occur this weekend for the first time in California since 1994 and the case There will be a relatively rare solar eclipse this weekend, as the moon […]

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SB Nation

Clippers Vs. Spurs: San Antonio's Offense Has Been Simply Astonishing In NBA …

Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin (32) is blocked by San Antonio Spurs' Matt Bonner, left, during the first quarter of Game 2 of an NBA basketball Western Conference semifinal playoff series on Thursday, May 17, 2012, in San Antonio. Recently, my editor ruined it all by forcing me to go to a Spurs game in […]

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ESPN (blog)

Dwyane Wade reflects on nightmare outing

Miami Heat's LeBron James (6) and Dwyane Wade, right, leave the court after losing 94-75 to the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 of their NBA basketball Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series, Thursday, May 17, 2012, in Indianapolis. While it may be one of the bigger games in recent Pacer history – likely bringing with it […]

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LubbockOnlin

Tony Parker has a birthday win; Spurs go up 2-0 on Clippers

On his 30th birthday, Tony Parker first kept the San Antonio Spurs on pace for what might be another lopsided playoff sweep. Then the All-Star who's always quick to needle Tim Duncan about his age finally acknowledgedMore >> By The Associated Press By PAUL J. WEBER AP SAN ANTONIO — On his 30th birthday, Tony […]

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Los Angeles

Solar eclipse 2012: Best time to watch weekend's solar eclipse?

There will be a relatively rare solar eclipse this weekend, as the moon slides between Earth and the sun, casting its long shadow across wide swaths of the globe. Sunday's event will be an annular partial solar eclipse, Times reporters Ron Lin and Rick Rojas will join City Editor Shelby Grad for a discussion about […]

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RollingStone

Donna Summer Dead at 63

By Rolling Stone Disco legend Donna Summer died this morning in Florida at the age of 63, family sources have told the Associated Press. The singer had been battling cancer for some time. "Early this morning, we lost Donna Summer Sudano, Donna Summer dies after cancer battle: The Queen of Disco – Donna Summer – […]

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'American Idol' 2012: Joshua Ledet exits; Phillip Phillips and Jessica Sanch

By Jennifer Emert – bio | email Phillip Phillips fever is running hot throughout the city as businesses he visits gear up for the big nights when he performs. That includes, believe it or not Enchanted Nails on Leary Road. Stacy NguyenMore >> Phillip By Jennifer Emert – bio | email Phillip Phillips fever is […]

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New York Tim

Chuck Brown, Godfather of Go-Go, Dies at 75

In 1984, before Bryant St., NW would become a one way, I am a third grader in search of candy and I hear Chuck Brown's go-go version of this song blasting out of a blue Bonneville stuck at a traffic light. I slow walk up to the Sunbeam market so I can Chuck Brown, who […]

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