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"But how can you love a liar?"/"I don't know. But you can, fortunately. Otherwise there wouldn't be much love in the world."

Those are lines spoken in the play "Heartbreak House," by George Bernard Shaw, which we saw at The American Players Theater yesterday. The 1920 play is set just before World War I. The line "But how can you love a … Continue reading

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Happy Labor Day! And don't forget immigrant workers

To many Americans, Labor Day is a day to relax and mark the end of the summer. Do not forget that immigrant workers were central to the creation of Labor Day. For a thumbnail sketch of that history, which includes… … Continue reading

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Reason #10 why you don't want to nominate us for the ABA Web 100

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Don't Let Youth Sports Hijack Your Life | Outside Online

But increasingly, for children around the country, it is. Kids start playing team sports younger, are encouraged to specialize in a single sport sooner, and are expected to play longer, in some cases year round. Youth sports are on steroids, … Continue reading

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EFF to Patent Office: Don't Make it Harder to Kill Bad Patents

It’s already much too difficult to invalidate bad patents—the kind that never should have been issued in the first place. Now, unfortunately, the Patent Office has proposed regulation changes that will make it even harder. That’s the wrong path to … Continue reading

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