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Boston man charged with smuggling guns, ammo in air conditioner
A 26-year-old man has been charged with illegal firearm smuggling between the U.S. and the Dominican Republic.Alexis Lara Herrera, from Boston, appeared in court on Friday and pleaded not...
Boeing Pleads Guilty in Final Sweetheart Deal
Boeing has finalized its plea agreement with the United States Department of Justice, agreeing to plead guilty to one count of "conspiracy to defraud the United States."The charges relate...
LISA FORBES CARDELLO CROWNED MRS USA EARTH 2024​
6th annual national competition took place in Virginia Beach, VA from January 10-14, 2024 PHOTO CREDIT: Rezanation Media PHOTO CREDIT: The Code...
Prince Harry and Meghan’s eviction looks “petty” as home lies empty
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle being evicted from their United Kingdom home only for it to stay empty with no rental income feels "petty," a royal expert told Newsweek.The...
“Wordle” #1,132 hints, clues and answer for Thursday, July 25
Wordle has maintained its popularity years after its debut, as its loyal fan base still attempt to figure out each day's five-letter word in as few guesses as possible.Years...
Dodgers Lose Another Pitcher to Tommy John Surgery; Could Trade Be Next?
The Los Angeles Dodgers received more bad injury news on Wednesday, as it was reported by Doug McKain of Dodgers Nation that right-handed pitcher Kyle Hurt was set to...

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The Agonies of Intimacy
Two new graphic books by Charles Burns capture the pleasures and discomforts of human connection and self-expression. Source link
An Ingenious New French Comedy of Art and Friendship
One of the privileges and pleasures of working as a film critic is that people occasionally send me movies that aren’t yet available in the U.S. Some of them...
Lena Dunham’s Change of Pace
On a recent sun-dappled afternoon, I met the thirty-eight-year-old writer, director, and actress Lena Dunham at a brasserie called Soutine, in London, not far from her home in North...
How Lonnie G. Bunch III Is Renovating the “Nation’s Attic”
In September, 2016, when the Smithsonian’s crown-like National Museum of African American History and Culture (N.M.A.A.H.C.) opened its doors to the public, its founding director, Lonnie G. Bunch III,...
Nicolas Cage Is Still Evolving
The wobbly distinction between reality and artifice fascinates Nicolas Cage. The first time we encountered each other was in 2001, during the making of “Adaptation”—a film based on Charlie...
Ira Glass Hears It All
It can be easy to take the greatness of “This American Life,” the weekly public-radio show and podcast hosted by Ira Glass, for granted. The show, which Glass co-founded...