Especially for Betty Cracker and LitlBrit, among others, a post-Marathon story from the Boston Globe: On April 16 last year, the morning after, Mike Hurley walked into the surgical waiting room at Boston Medical Center, into a tense and dazed crowd of people desperate to hear how their loved ones were doing. And he brought […]
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(NSFW) . H/t commentor Sharl. What are y’all watching / reading tonight?
Via Professor Krugman’s blog, a footnote to my last post. “We” should probably have a Book Chat about Picketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century, but I’m hoping a less innumerate front-pager will volunteer.
NYT sends a corporate heir to cover a White House conference of corporate heirs: http://t.co/yWWHGNb3k2 Pièce de résistance — billmon (@billmon1) April 19, 2014 Oh, look, a bunch of adorable little baby chicks and bunnies for Easter: … Their name tags read like a catalog of the country’s wealthiest and most influential clans: Rockefeller, Pritzker, […]
Kudos to the Boston Globe, for publishing what can’t have been an easy story, under the (BOSTON STRONG!) circumstances: This week, as the 2014 Boston Marathon draws near, memories of suffering and heroism surely dominate the minds of everyone in the city and region. Responses to the public safety challenge presented by the search for […]