Boston Herald – Grandpa Bob delivered heart, wisdom, the Herald.
The Atlantic – How Athletes Ensure Immortality: “Not all greats make the Hall of Fame. Not all Hall of Famers are remembered. But a player who forges a personal connection with fans will live on.”
The Boston Globe – Missing From This Year’s Marathon: Those Lovable Bandits. “My claim to fame in Boston Marathon history is stopping for ice cream in the middle of the race.”
CNN – I am a Red Sox fanboy: “Is baseball hothead David Price right? Are the millions of us who never pitched beyond Little League just a bunch of starstruck wannabes?”
Runner’s World – Fans Can Expect Some Changes at Boston Marathon. “Will Big Bird Be Banned from Heartbreak Hill?”
The Atlantic – Is Pez Trying to Sugarcoat American History? “The candy company says a series of presidential memorabilia is meant to teach kids about the past, but critics say it’s waistline-expanding kitsch.”
The Atlantic – Republicans in Tights: Behind the Scenes of the Superhero Primary. “What a nine-year-old boy’s quest to learn the favorite superheroes of the GOP presidential candidates tells us about the field.”
New Hampshire Magazine – Discover the Secrets of Story Land: “An insider’s guide to historical curiosities, forgotten fairytale lore and pre-Disney entertainment on the NH theme park’s 60th anniversary.”
Slate Magazine – THE VANITY INDEX: The first mathematical formula to measure political egos!
Slate Magazine – THE BABY PRIMARY: Can I get my 5-month-old daughter photographed with every presidential candidate?
Slate Magazine - History’s Greatest Fictional Presidential Candidates
Boston Herald - It’s all fun and games until a mascot loses an eye!
Ha’aretz - DAMASCUS AFTER DARK: What does the 1973 Yom Kippur War have to do with the rise of the Syrian lingerie industry?
Boston Herald - Yikes! What’s it like to be a Pregnant Guy?
Boston Herald - Oh yes, mad scientists do exist… and they’re here in Boston.
The Telegraph - Coming to a gumball machine near you: Classism!
Boston Herald - Playing Pilgrim: Historical role play at Plimoth Plantation is more work than play!
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