June 2017

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Red Sox announcer Remy apologizes for no-translator remarks

Boston Red Sox announcer Jerry Remy apologized Wednesday for his on-air mentions a nighttime earlier that pitchers such as Yankees star Masahiro Tanaka shouldn’t be allowed to have translators on the mound. During the NESN broadcast of the Boston-New York game at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night, Remy told pitchers such as the Japanese-born Tanaka

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J. Crew May Never Be the Same Again

In the mid-2 000 s, J. Crew established an entire generation of young adults to preppy mode, the edgier alternative to stodgy descriptions such as Tommy Hilfiger and Lacoste that had predominated for decades. It acted, for a day. Sales flew and the label became a classy powerhouse of cardigans and chinos.< strong> First Lady

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Apple's 'Siri Speaker' is hereand it's called HomePod

Apple saved its most anticipated WWDC proclamation for the very end. After nearly a year of hypothesi, Apple debuted its own connected dwelling speakerand Amazon Echo competitorthe HomePod. Yes, Apple followed the same naming tradition that it used for its iconic iPod, and more recently, its wireless Bluetooth AirPods. The Apple HomePod is a seven-inch

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Being Michael Flynn

They called him” The Pulverizer .” It was a moniker coined by none other than Brad Pitt, who found himself so impressed with the severe devotion of his co-star that he bestowed it a few eras into shooting War Machine , a brand-new Afghanistan War satire based on the late Michael Hastings ‘ bestselling notebook

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Former major leaguer Jim Piersall dies at 87, Red Sox say

Former major leaguer Jim Piersall, who bared his soul about his strivings with mental illness in his work “Fear Strikes Out, ” has died. He was 87. Piersall expired Saturday at a attention facility in Wheaton, Illinois, after a monthslong illness, in agreement with the Boston Red Sox, for whom Piersall played for seven members

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5 Myths About War You Believe (Because Of Movies)

Most of us read everything we are all familiar with campaign from movies. Where else are we supposed to do now get our info from, the information? Documentaries? Actually signing up to serve? Nah, just watching The Hurt Locker 10 durations will do the trick, right? Except that war movies are perpetually lying about campaign

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Margaret Atwood: Plastics are poisoning us. We need change, now

In a new line recognizing the 500 th commemoration of the Reformation, the novelist calls for a revolt against petrochemical polymers Ah, the Reformation. And then, unavoidably, the Counter-Reformation. We recollect them, sort of, particularly after reading Dissolution, online group Anonymous. Then there was there was hardly any plastic. There was only 38m segments of