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We left Chicago, just in time
This is why we left Chicago. This is why we call our move to the suburbs one of the smartest decisions we've made. This is why we're encouraging all of our friends to do the same. This is why I can't find any good reason to live in the city: Someone was shot dead Wednesday morning in my old neighborhood....
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Chicago Chicago Tribune Left-wing politics Tribune Company Crime WGN-TV Chicago Sun-Times City
Curtis Martin: Jets should ‘at least’ make the playoffs
Jets legend Curtis Martin believes this year’s team should be playing in January. “I would be disappointed if they don’t make the playoffs, to be honest with you,” Martin said. “I think that they have all the pieces in place. I think they have the right coach. I think they have the right quarterback this...
21 points by New York Post | American football Canadian football American football positions American football running backs Fullback 2008 NFL Draft Halfback option play Left-wing politics
UB40 backs UK opposition leader Corbyn in leadership contest
LONDON (Reuters) - British 1970s reggae band UB40 is backing Jeremy Corbyn in his campaign to be re-elected as leader of the opposition Labour party, calling the left-wing leader "incorruptible" and welcoming his commitment to the arts.
5 points by Reuters | Reuters Thomson Reuters News agency News Mutual fund Left-wing politics United States Tom Glocer
I-95 North in Delaware shut down after pennies spilled in crash

-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Interstate Highway System Interstate 95 Abuse Lane Delaware Bullying Left-wing politics Wilmington Delaware
Pa. boy, 5, misses 1st day of school after being left on bus
A 5-year-old Berks County boy missed his first day of kindergarten this week after he was left on a school bus for about four hours.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Berks County Pennsylvania School bus Abuse Broadsheet Bullying Left-wing politics Bus Amity Township Berks County Pennsylvania
Hastings woman crossing street dies after pickup hits her
HASTINGS, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say a Hastings woman has died in a hospital after being struck while walking across a street. The accident occurred a little before 3:20 p.m. Wednesday. Hastings police say 72-year-old Joyce Schiffler was in a crosswalk when she was struck by a pickup making a ...
2 points by The Washington Times | English-language films Washington D.C. Left-wing politics
Two children injured in triple shooting in East Baltimore
Two children were injured in a triple shooting in East Baltimore Saturday night, according to Baltimore Police. Officials said the shooting took place around 8 p.m. in the 900 block of McAleer Court. When officers responded, they found a 4-year-old girl shot in the foot, an 8-year-old boy shot...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Police Foot Left-wing politics
Seidel: Lions’ hopes for winning rest on O line
For Lions to have winning season, the list of things that must happen is ... long        
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Offensive tackle American football 2009 NFL Draft Quarterback Detroit Lions Is the glass half empty or half full? Left-wing politics Right-wing politics
4 wounded in city shootings
At least four people have been wounded since Wednesday morning in Chicago shootings, police said. Most recently, about 3:10 a.m. Thursday, a 55-year-old man was shot in Morgan Park. He walked in to MetroSouth Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the right foot and told investigators he was shot...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Police Left-wing politics
Cleveland adds more schools to its heat closings list
Heat is shutting down a growing number of Cleveland school district schools today for the second straight day. CLEVELAND, Ohio - High temperatures today will keep at least 23 Cleveland schools from opening, the district announced early this morning, with the total continuing to increase. These closings come a day after the district closed 10 schools mid-day because of heat. The schools closed so far are: Bard High School Early College, Benjamin Franklin, Charles Eliot, Charles Mooney, Collinwood High School, Facing History New Tech High School, Garrett Morgan, Iowa-Maple, Louis Agassiz, McKinley, Michael R White, New Tech West High School, Newton D. Baker, O H Perry, Patrick Henry, Sunbeam, Tremont Montessori, Valley View Boys Leadership Academy, Walton, Whitney Young, Wilbur Wright, William Cullen Bryant and Willow. District spokesperson Roseann Canfora said temperatures in the schools were already high at 4 a.m., prompting the first 20 closures. More schools were added to the list as time went on. "The decision was made based upon samplings of INTERNAL temperatures taken between 4:00 and 4:30 am after building windows had been opened and fans running," she said. "Temperatures inside of several buildings were already in the high 80s." The National Weather Service urges extreme caution when the heat index - a combination of temperature and humidity - rises over 90.  Canfora said the early temperatures and humidity already put schools in the extreme caution stage. As temperatures rise, the schools would likely have a heat index the Weather Service classifies as dangerous. Click here for other schools in Northeast Ohio closed today because of heat. As of a year ago, the district had 20 schools that did not have air conditioning. At the time, Students of at least seven of those schools were scheduled to have air conditioning by the time the district's school construction project is finished in 2019, but 13 schools were still in limbo and may be left out. The buildings on the far left that are scheduled to be replaced will all have air conditioning. An additional school, Charles Eliot elementary, will go into the new Whitney Young schools. 20 Non air conditioned buildings in the district Buildings scheduled to be replaced under Issue 4 Buildings that may be replaced or renovated under Issue 4 Schools to be relocated to other buildings Schools to be refreshed Iowa Maple (Segment 9) Michael R White (By 2019) McKinley to be relocated into Wilbur Wright Ben Franklin Newton D Baker (By 2018) Tremont Montessori (By 2019) Charles Eliot to relocate to new K-8 building on Whitney Young site Brooklawn (has partial a/c) OH Perry (By 2017)     Carl Shuler (Bard) Sunbeam (By 2017)     Charles Mooney (has partial a/c) Valley View (By 2018)     Collinwood Whitney Young (By 2017)     Garrett Morgan       Louis Agassiz       Wilbur Wright       William C Bryant       Willow
67 points by The Plain Dealer | High school Weather Left-wing politics Far left College Temperature Vocational school Grammar school
Humvee stolen from Ohio National Guard Armory
Troopers responded to the armory at approximately 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and found a chain link fence had been cut to gain access to the vehicl...       
-1 points by USA Today | French Revolution Ohio Left-wing politics Ohio State Highway Patrol Right-wing politics Political spectrum Centre-right Fences
Nets beat Suns 126-98 for 1st two-game win streak of season
Brook Lopez scored 19 points, K.J. McDaniels had a season-high 16 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Phoenix Suns 126-98 on Thursday night to give them consecutive victories for the first time this season         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Phoenix Suns New Jersey Nets National Basketball Association New Orleans Hornets Jason Kidd Stephon Marbury Left-wing politics
Tigers’ Cabrera still bothered by back pain
Cabrera hurt his back in a World Baseball Classic game. The earliest he’ll return is Friday.        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Debut albums Game Lake Buena Vista Florida Detroit Tigers players Left-wing politics Right-wing politics Atlanta Braves Miguel Cabrera
Humvee stolen from Ohio National Guard Armory in Stow
The military-grade, desert tan Humvee was taken overnight Tuesday from the armory in Stow, authorities say. STOW, Ohio -- A Humvee was stolen from the Ohio National Guard Armory in Stow, officials said Thursday. The military-grade desert tan Humvee was stolen late Tuesday or early Wednesday, Ohio National Guard spokeswoman Stephanie Beougher said. The State Highway Patrol, which is investigating the theft, discovered that the thieves cut through a chain link fence sometime to enter the area where the Humvees are stored. The Humvee was locked, but the thieves broke into it and drove away, the Highway Patrol said in a news release. The Humvee has distinct bumper numbers 174 and 1-145 near its left tail light and HQ-51 near the right tail light, the patrol says. State patrol investigators have not identified any suspects or witnesses. Anyone who may know where the Humvee is should call the Ohio State Highway Patrol at 216-265-1677 or dial #677. If you'd like to comment on this post, please visit the cleveland.com crime and courts comments section. 
-1 points by The Plain Dealer | Ohio State Highway Patrol French Revolution North Carolina State Highway Patrol Theft Week-day names Left-wing politics Political spectrum Right-wing politics
France's Melenchon says he would hike spending by 273 billion euros
PARIS (Reuters) - French hard-left presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon would raise spending by 273 billion euros ($290 billion), his team said in a presentation online on Sunday.
-2 points by Reuters | Socialist Party Nicolas Sarkozy Left-wing politics Economics Right-wing politics Far right Reuters Socialist Party USA
Boston College, Vermont fit to be tied all weekend
Two games, two nights and 130 minutes of hockey resulted in two points for two teams in a very competitive weekend series.That story wrapped up last night at Kelley Rink, where No. 11 Boston College and Vermont skated to a 2-2 overtime draw.In the wake of Friday night’s 3-3 series opener, last night’s contest was crucial as BC (18-12-4, 13-4-3 Hockey East) sat in 16th position in the all-important PairWise rankings, which determine the makeup of the 16-team NCAA tournament. Vermont (17-10-5, 9-7-4) was just outside in the No. 18 spot.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Ice hockey Left-wing politics A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm Eagles Shot Hockey East Cougar Vermont
Why UPS trucks never turn left
UPS trucks almost never take left-hand turns.
16492 points by CNN | Left-handedness Turn Right-handedness Left-wing politics Right-wing politics Handedness
Activist: Bahama Breeze workers fired over immigrant protest, then rehired

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Bullying Abuse Montgomery County Pennsylvania Centre-right Left-wing politics Defamation Australia Obscenity
Panthers stay hot, down Ducks 4-1 behind goal from Jagr
ANAHEIM, Calif. — If the Florida Panthers thrive on chaos — as interim head coach Tom Rowe described their recent penchant for high-scoring games — they are starting to learn how to channel it in the right way.The Panthers delivered another offensive outburst in their 4-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Friday night. But this time, it was fueled from their defense, with Jaromir Jagr scoring the go-ahead goal in the second period and James Reimer making 35 saves for their third consecutive win.
-2 points by Boston Herald | National Hockey League Ice hockey 2007–08 NHL season Anaheim Ducks Left-wing politics Right-wing politics Political spectrum 2006–07 NHL season
Two main left candidates in French presidentials hold talks, Socialist says
PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - The two main left-leaning candidates in France's presidential election are holding talks on possible cooperation, a move that could potentially put one of them in contention to reach the crucial election runoff.
-2 points by Reuters | Socialist Party Reuters European Parliament election 2009 Socialist Party USA Thomson Reuters French regional elections 2004 Left-wing politics Benoît Hamon
Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby caps milestone game with OT winner vs. Winnipeg Jets
By Seth Rorabaugh, The Sports Xchange PITTSBURGH -- Chris Kunitz has been involved in quite a bit of his superstar center's offensive exploits.
-2 points by UPI | Left-wing politics National Hockey League Pittsburgh Penguins Right-wing politics French Revolution Political spectrum Ice hockey 2006–07 NHL season
Venezuela opposition parties fear election ban as Socialists dig in
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's government is pushing forward with measures that could exclude some opposition political parties from future elections, potentially paving the way for the ruling Socialists to remain in power despite widespread anger over the country's collapsing economy.
-2 points by Reuters | Leader of the Opposition Political party Opposition Socialist Party USA Left-wing politics Hugo Chávez Governor Daniel Ortega
Celtics fall at end to Bulls
CHICAGO — Marcus Smart heard Jimmy Butler’s voice first, not referee Zach Zarba’s whistle.“When Jimmy shot the ball I heard him scream, ‘No foul?’ ” said Smart while slumped in front of his locker last night as teammates filed out to begin the All-Star break. “As soon as he said that the whistle blew and I looked. And I saw him raise his hand up with the foul. And I just couldn’t believe it. But he made the call, so you have to live with it.”
-2 points by Boston Herald | Right-wing politics Debut albums Left-wing politics French Revolution Political spectrum Thought Democratic Party Chicago Bulls
NBA: Jimmy Butler boosts Bulls in the final moments
Jimmy Butler made two free throws with 0.9 seconds left to lift the host Chicago Bulls to a 104-103 victory over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night. Butler was touched on the right elbow by Marcus Smart on a jumper at the final horn, drawing a foul. Like Boston’s Isaiah Thomas, Butler had 29...
-2 points by Los Angeles Times | Boston Celtics National Basketball Association Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia 76ers Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Left-wing politics Political spectrum
35-year plow driver treats NH highways ‘like you would your own driveway’
While most people were snug in their beds, Steven Huckins was seven hours into his second 12-plus hour shift this week, charging down route 140 in Northfield with his plow blade biting away at the most recent snowstorm.Huckins, a 36-year veteran of the state’s Department of Transportation system, st...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | U.S. Route 3 Interstate 93 Storm PASS Storm The Faint State Left-wing politics
Protester urges Tom Perez to back Democratic primary challengers
The restive energy on the Democratic Party's left breaks through at the Women's National Democratic Club forum with candidates for Democratic National Committee chair.
92 points by The Washington Post | Democratic Party Democratic National Committee Left-wing politics Keith Ellison Primary election United States Jim D. Hansen Rock the Vote
PGW worker hurt trying to stop unattended police car

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Abuse Bullying Left-wing politics Philadelphia Defamation Obscenity Human rights Political spectrum
Letter: For left, justice is ‘just us’
For left, justice is ‘just us’When you can’t win an election because your message is a carbon copy of Groundhog Day, pushing the same failed policies and expecting a different result, the left blamed their loss on Russians, rednecks, Republicans and racists. After having their way for eight long, mi...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | Judge Supreme Court of the United States Democratic Party Left-wing politics Law Court Separation of powers Judicial review
This, dear white people, is how to look like a snowflake
Everybody loves free speech, it seems — and just about everybody also knows someone they wish would just hush up. That's an old saying that I just made up. It came to mind amid some of the protests that have been busting out all over Donald Trump's America. Back in the 1960s, progressive college...
2956 points by Chicago Tribune | White people Conservatism Donald Trump Left-wing politics Centre-right Political spectrum Protest Racism
Harvard takes out BU to win first Beanpot title since 1993
Harvard rode a pair of goals from freshman right winger Nathan Krusko to end a hex dating back to 1993 and upstage favored Boston University, 6-3, Monday night to grab its 11th Beanpot title in front of 15,941 fans at TD Garden.The opening period was all Harvard (18-5-2) as the Crimson skated to a 1-0 lead while out-shooting the Terriers 18-2. The ice was tilted so lopsided that BU coach David Quinn used his timeout at 9:05 of the period.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Left-wing politics Ice hockey Right-wing politics Political spectrum French Revolution Centre-right Harvard University
Does Billionaire George Soros favor a candidate for DA in Philly?

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Lawyer Abuse Left-wing politics Bullying Defamation Lawyers by type Federal Bureau of Investigation Common law
Podemos Re-Elects Leader, Sticking to Its Anti-Establishment Roots
Podemos—the leftist party that disrupted Spanish politics but is feuding internally—has re-elected Pablo Iglesias to its top leadership post, handing a defeat to the more moderate Íñigo Errejón.
56 points by The Wall Street Journal | Political party Left-wing politics Spanish Socialist Workers' Party
Dial into the world with Radio.Garden
Feeling disconnected? Click to hear live radio stations around the globe. Name: Radio.Garden What it does: The website’s interactive map of Earth lets you tap into radio stations around the world in real time. It also recounts listeners’ stories about how they’ve used radio to make themselves at...
7 points by Los Angeles Times | Radio United States World Earth Radio broadcasting Geography Atlantic Ocean Left-wing politics
Kshama Sawant: Anti-Trump protests a 'historic' chance
American leftists see huge gains as anger grows against Donald Trump's anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim policies.
5065 points by Al Jazeera English | Socialism Left-wing politics Right-wing politics Donald Trump Ivana Trump Fred Trump Karl Marx
Michael Reilly, Zach Laramie lead Andover past Central Catholic
 Michael Reilly sat out much of the second period of Saturday night’s Dual County/Merrimack Valley 1 showdown with Central Catholic after breaking one of his skates.One period later, Reilly was breaking a scoreless tie and putting a crack in Central Catholic’s stranglehold on the league standings. The senior sniped home the game’s lone goal with 5:26 to play to lift the Golden Warriors to a big 1-0 victory against the Raiders at the Valley Forum in Lawrence.
14 points by Boston Herald | English-language films Left-wing politics Political spectrum Right-wing politics The League The Play American film actors French Revolution
Ryan Donato aims to bring Harvard first Beanpot title since 1993
Harvard left winger Ryan Donato is the beneficiary of good coaching, sound senior leadership and a steadfast system.The sophomore from Scituate is counting on that reliable collaboration to carry the fourth-ranked Crimson to victory over third-ranked Boston University in the 65th Beanpot title game tomorrow at the Garden.The coaching component is provided by Ryan’s father, Ted, a former Harvard captain who played in 796 NHL games over 13 seasons.
1 points by Boston Herald | Ivy League Harvard University Left-wing politics Sophomore slump Harvard Crimson Boston College Dexter School Ice hockey
Trump should back ‘Right To Try’
Among the many draft executive orders floating around the White House, one stands out as likely to win cheers across the political spectrum: a “Right To Try” order to let terminally ill people take medications that the Food and Drug Administration hasn’t yet OK’d. President Trump was quite clear on the thinking last week: “One...
402 points by New York Post | Pharmacology President of the United States Political spectrum Conservatism Illness Pharmaceutical drug White House Left-wing politics
Candid Cameron: Wilbon scores nine points in fourth quarter to lift Merrillville
Cameron Wilbon doesn't shy away from the big moments.The senior swingman scored nine of his 19 points in Friday night's fourth quarter as Merrillville posted a 66-55 Duneland Athletic Conference win against visiting LaPorte."I always want the ball in my hands in the fourth," Wilbon said. "When...
-2 points by Chicago Tribune | Three-point field goal Right-wing politics Left-wing politics Basketball French Revolution Coming out Political spectrum
Biathlete Fourcade storms off world championships podium after Russia handshake snub
French biathlete Martin Fourcade stormed off the medal podium at the biathlon world championships after Russian competitors Alexander Loginov and Anton Shipulin refused to shake his hand. Read Full Article at RT.com
18 points by Russia Today | Sports terminology Bronze medal Gold medal Silver medal Left-wing politics World championship Political spectrum Right-wing politics
Move over Tinder: Entrepreneur only suitor on his brand new dating app
If you’re lonely ahead of Valentine’s Day, then maybe you should take a leaf out of Shed Simove’s playbook. The British entrepreneur has created his own version of the dating app Tinder and he’s the only man featured on it. Read Full Article at RT.com
58 points by Russia Today | Guinness World Records Login Twin Galaxies World World record Artichoke Left-wing politics Cynareae
Hater: The dating app that matches mutual negative attitudes
We’re in an era of dating-app fatigue where the default setting is more apathy than positivity. Enter Hater, a dating app that actually encourages negativity.
18 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Love Hate crime Political spectrum Hate speech Left-wing politics Hatred Right-wing politics Romance
Rangers show what winning at Madison Square Garden looks like
There was little drama, no trade rumors about star players, no cryptic tweets from the team president, no alumni thrown from the building and arrested. And most encouraging, there was seemingly little worry despite a decent-sized deficit. The Rangers are wholly unlike their NBA brethren that call the Garden home, as they put together another...
30 points by New York Post | National Hockey League first round draft picks New York Rangers Ice hockey Henrik Lundqvist National Hockey League Left-wing politics Power play Political spectrum
Philly lifts snow emergency after 'non-storm'
City of Philadelphia lifted its snow emergency earlier today. During a noon news conference, Mayor Kenney thanked all city employees who were “combating today’s non-storm.”
-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Abuse Salt Defamation Bullying Road The Streets Left-wing politics American film actors
More Americans joining socialist groups under Trump
Socialist groups see huge spike in membership as they join protests against US President Donald Trump.
25633 points by Al Jazeera English | Socialist Party USA Socialism Left-wing politics Socialist Party of America Social democracy Marxism Democratic Party United States presidential election 2008
How to Make Slime
Measure 1 tablespoon of glue (such as Elmer's) into a cup. Add 2 teaspoons of water and stir well. Add 2 teaspoons of borax solution (that's 1 tablespoon of borax dissolved in a cup of warm water) and stir the mixture.
-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Abuse Bullying Defamation Human rights Obscenity Civil and political rights Left-wing politics Grotesque body
Judges block North Carolina law limiting governor's powers
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina court temporarily blocked a state law on Wednesday that stripped the new Democratic governor of his some of his powers.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | United States Senate Law Centre-right Republican Party President of the United States United States United States Cabinet Left-wing politics
How to get to Akron's the Northside Arts District during Perkins/Innerbelt closure
The closure of Akron's Innerbelt during the city's Old Main Sewer Separation project means a headache to get to the Northside Arts District. Here's how. AKRON, Ohio - The end of the Innerbelt is closed. So is the intersection of MLK Jr. Boulevard, North Howard and North Main streets for a sewer separation projection that will take six months. So how do you get to the restaurants, hotel and galleries of the Northside Arts District? It's a question that concerns business owners there. "The only way we can still be here when it's over is for people to come," said Jill Bacon Madden, owner of Jilly's Music Room, which has live music several nights a week and a gluten-free menu. "They just have to drive another block." Previous coverage: ODOT to start removing Akron Innerbelt Feb. 6: See what roads will close for 6 months City engineering project manager Mike Wytrzyszczewski said because of EPA-mandated deadlines for the sewer separation projrct, and ramp closures on I-77 and I-76, the  confluence of projects affecting Northside was out of the city's control. So they city has been planning since 2015. The good news: There are plenty of detours to Northside, and they're marked with signs. Also, the Northside Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, which also houses the kitschy Speakeasy lounge, has opened its private parking lot to customers for the duration of the closure. The closure will route drivers, trying to go through downtown, northward off Perkins Street to Summit Street and then west on Furnace Street, which runs right thought the Northside District to Howard Street. Tips for getting to the Northside Arts District From Route 8 going north: Take the Perkins exit, turn left on Perkins Street, turn right on Summit Street and left on Furnace Street From Route 8 going south: Take the Perkins exit, turn right on Perkins Street, turn right on Summit Street and left on Furnace Street From W. Market Street: Bear left onto North Street near McDonald's, turn right on Howard Street and left on Ridge or Furnace streets. Or take Market through downtown. Turn left on Summit Street, cross Perkins Street and turn left on Furnace Street From E. Market Street: Turn right onto Summit Street, cross Perkins Street, turn left on Furnace Street From Tallmadge Avenue: Take Howard Street going south toward downtown, turn left on Ridge or Furnace streets Dave Sharp, director of operations at dba, Dante Boccuzzi Akron and Speakeasy, says the closure may have positive effects. "It might expose more people to this place," Boccuzzi said. However, there is some worry out-of-town travelers will have a hard time finding the Courtyard hotel, the only open hotel in the downtown area. During the convergence of the North Main/Howard Street/Innerbelt closure and Old Main Sewer Separation project, drivers can access the Northside Arts District in several ways. Most traffic coming from downtown will take the detour from Perkins Street to Summit Street to Furnace Street. Howard Street will remain open to Beech Street. City of Akron  Sharp said most of his customers come from Cleveland, the west and the north suburbs, such as Hudson and Cuyahoga Falls, so they can still take Route 8 to Perkins Street and take the detour down Summit to Furnace Street. But he's also driven the route from various directions in town and made suggestions for signage placement. He's asked for a sign on West Market Street at North Street, which runs east to Howard Street. The Northside District logo will be added to the orange detour signs all around the district to help drivers navigate the closure. But Claudia Zeber Martell and Michael Martell of Zeber-Martell Clay Studio & Art Gallery are concerned the detour will cause drivers to go faster down Furnace Street. The couple, who have owned the gallery there for nearly 30 years, have kept the business alive through many construction events over the years and feel confident their clientele will still come. But safety is a concern. The city plans to have police out during the first weeks of the closure. "If we need them, we'll keep them there," Wytrzyszczewski said. To stay up to date on Akron's road closures, visit DriveAkron. Visit the Northside Arts District Facebook page for more information. SaveSaveSaveSave
124 points by The Plain Dealer | Courtyard by Marriott Marriott International Akron Ohio North Left-wing politics Closure Street
How the ‘50 Shades’ actors trained for their marathon sex scenes
The cast of “Fifty Shades Darker” didn’t just need to look good naked. They needed to dominate in the buff. Enter Ramona Braganza: the celebrity fitness guru who whipped stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson into shape for the second installment of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy, out in theaters Thursday. Braganza, a former...
-2 points by New York Post | Left-handedness Human leg Left-wing politics Right-handedness Right-wing politics
Monday's hockey roundup (Feb. 6): Marshfield tops Weymouth in Ed Burns Classic
 Marshfield advanced to the championship game of the Ed Burns Classic with Monday’s 4-2 victory against Weymouth at Hobomock Arena in Pembroke. But more importantly, the Rams drew a title game matchup with host Arlington in what should have significant ramifications for the Super Eight tournament.
7 points by Boston Herald | Association football Goalkeeper Rugby league Goal Left-wing politics
What Kevin Hayes’ return means to these two Rangers rookies
Unless Kevin Hayes encounters a setback while skating in the morning, No. 13 will return to the Rangers’ lineup for Tuesday’s match at the Garden against the Ducks. Hayes has been sidelined for the last five games with the presumed left knee injury he sustained in Detroit on Jan. 22. “Hopefully I’m in game shape...
59 points by New York Post | Thought Manitoba Moose Mind The Hayes Blueshirts Michael Grabner Left-wing politics Alain Vigneault