Dateline: Edward B. Colby
Edward B. Colby is a journalist and writer in New York, and an occasional book reviewer.
An under-the-radar natural disaster has developed in Central America, where four countries have declared states of emergency.
Things did not go too well for the Boston Celtics in Miami today. Here are some suggestions for Game 2.
After this entire season ... why would this team make anything easy?
Game 4 was a hard-fought matchup of two title-ready teams, with Boston prevailing 96-89 to even the series.
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.
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.
With the NBA Finals about to begin, one fan offers his thoughts.
This sprawling book is a rich, fast-paced thriller, but its over-the-top plot leaves much to be desired.
This rollicking memoir reveals a world of blatant favoritism, unending workdays, pitifully little sleep — and ravenous passengers.
Any “best of” compendium can get tiresome after awhile, but this mammoth book has a couple important things going for it.