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Central America Hit Hard by Floods, Landslides

An under-the-radar natural disaster has developed in Central America, where four countries have declared states of emergency. Read More »

2011 NBA Playoffs Rd. 2: Lessons Celtics Need to Learn from Gm. 1 Loss to Heat

Things did not go too well for the Boston Celtics in Miami today. Here are some suggestions for Game 2. Read More »

NBA Game 7: What a Ride For Boston

After this entire season ... why would this team make anything easy? Read More »

NBA Finals: A (Hopefully Entertaining) Game 4 Recap

Game 4 was a hard-fought matchup of two title-ready teams, with Boston prevailing 96-89 to even the series. Read More »

NBA Finals Thoughts Leading Into Game 3

The Celtics could not afford to go down 2-0 heading home, especially after the inspired, bounce-back effort of this game, and the record-setting threes spree of Ray Allen. If they had lost, you could have stuck a fork in them. Read More »

Pairing of Larry King and the King Strangely Entertaining

The setting: LeBron James’ mansion, somewhere near Akron. The odd couple is seated on a patio, with a fountain gently shooting up water in the background. Read More »

5 Keys For The Celtics in Game 1

With the NBA Finals about to begin, one fan offers his thoughts. Read More »

Book Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson (translated by Reg Keeland)

This sprawling book is a rich, fast-paced thriller, but its over-the-top plot leaves much to be desired. Read More »

Book Review: Cruise Confidential – A Hit Below the Waterline by Brian David Bruns

This rollicking memoir reveals a world of blatant favoritism, unending workdays, pitifully little sleep -- and ravenous passengers. Read More »

Book Review: Make the Most of Your Time on Earth by Rough Guides

Any “best of” compendium can get tiresome after awhile, but this mammoth book has a couple important things going for it. Read More »