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Forgotten Holidays: Eight Historic or Local Celebrations that Illuminate the Past

Percy Moran - Washington Entering New York

Patriots' Day, Evacuation Day, and Pinkster are a few of the local, forgotten, or obscure American holidays that enliven our sense of history. Read More »

Dzhokar Tsarnaev: Forgive, But Don’t Forget

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Bridge Over Troubled Water – Finding Solace in a Record

How did one person find a bit of solace and redemption in a record album after the events of Boston? Read More »

Boston Marathon Bombings Should Not Figure Into Immigration Debate

Make no mistake – Americans are other! Read More »

Boston Bombings Magnify TV News Mistakes

Breaking news coverage of the Boston Marathon explosions reflect a pattern of poor editorial control in TV newsrooms. Read More »

Boston Marathon Attack – The City and Sportsmanship Will Not Be Diminished

New York and Boston are now forever linked as sisters in sorrow, but our example can provide something to remember as Boston slowly heals its wounds. Read More »

A Runner’s Diary: Reflecting on What Happened During the Boston Marathon

Will runners ever be able to see the finish line the same way? Read More »

The Boston Marathon Winner Who Fed the Hungry

In 1946, Greece's Stylianos Kyriakides used the race to shine the spotlight on hunger in his homeland. Read More »

A Runner’s Diary: On Cheating…

You're really only cheating yourself. Read More »