THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 2013
It happens. Doesn't have to be a big deal, of course. But when you are seeing someone who really enjoys his or her family's traditional ethnic food specialties, it can require some tact to find a gentle way to say you find it vile and...
An hour-long episode called "Printer's Devil" first aired on Feb. 28, 1963. Burgess Meredith was the star. To rescue his financially troubled newspaper, a desperate publisher makes a deal with the devil -- represented in this instance by a mysterious linotype operator who goes by...
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27, 2013
You probably know the story. Kathy Switzer, who registered as "K. V. Switzer," broke the gender barrier by running in the 1967 Boston Marathon. A couple of miles after the start, a livid race official shouted some unpleasantries at her and tried to rip the...
TUESDAY, FEB. 26, 2013
The online home for Paul Turner's musings and interactions with disciples of The Slice.