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Dear World... - Foo Fighters Postboard
Oh, what a night we had last Sunday at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. The glitz! The Glamour! SEACREST! Where do I begin?? Chillin' with Lil' Wayne...meeting Cyndi Lauper's adorable mother...the complimentary blinking Coldplay bracelet.....much too much to recap. It's really is still a bit of a blur.
Inquirer Staffers Want Out, Buyout Details Emerge
Today is the first day of the 14-day buyout period for Daily News, Inquirer and philly.com personnel, and three Inquirer newsroom employees have volunteered to participate, according to one source at the Newspaper Guild, the labor union which represents them. The source declined to provide names or exact positions.
Why Relationship Advice Is a Mixed Bag | Boston Daily
Valentineâs Day is over â but February 15 doesnât mark the end of experts and gurus dishing out the relationship advice. While the days leading up to Valentine's Day are usually worse, it seems as if, year-round, thereâs always some virtual Cupid handing you arrows and telling you how to shoot.
Dear Gary Loveman: Casinos Are Not Mundane Business | Boston Daily
Caesars Entertainment CEO Gary Loveman gave a talk yesterday in front of Â a group of local powerbrokersÂ at Boston Collegeâs Chief Executivesâ Club of Boston. For Loveman, whose company has partnered with Suffolk Downs to try to open a casino in East Boston, the goal was to convince everybody assembled that casinos are nothing to be afraid of.
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Today Is Valentine's Day. So What? | Boston Daily
In theory, there are three types of people today: the lovers, the haters, and the hipsters. The lovers are the people out there celebrating a day of love and joy and spending the $126.03 that the National Retail Federation says they're expected to spend on their loved ones.
Can Donuts Win Her Heart? We Sure Tried.
Does a round mound of sugar and fat say "I love you"? Probably not-but hey, what if it's heart-shaped? Dunkin' Donuts is selling its limited-edition Cupid's Choice, which the company claims is a "sweet new way for sweethearts to show their love this season." Is that true?
Always Be Covering: The Puppy Bowl Pool
01.27.12 Written by Unsilent Majority The Super Bowl bye week is the worst. No (real) football and limited gambling options make for a boring January weekend. I don't hate myself enough to bet on the Pro Bowl, and I don't know anybody willing to take the North in the Senior Bowl.
Data VisualizationTutorials | Knight Digital Media Center
QGIS is a free, open source GIS application that works on most major operating systems. It's a great starting point for journalists who want to explore data with maps. This tutorial will guide you through the basics and give you the tools to make quick interactive data maps that work on every platform.
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Paula Deen's Diabetic Debut Is a Shitshow
This morning, Paula Deen was on the Today show, confirming that yes, she does have type 2 diabetes. And, she was diagnosed three years ago. "It is not a death sentence," Deen asserted. Still: Diabetes is a serious disease — the American Diabetes Association notes that diabetes causes more deaths a year than breast cancer and AIDS combined.