T HAT SPRING, Long John and Bentley spent a great deal of time watching Kojak. They had plenty of opportunity:
There's this friend of mine, let's call him Harpo, who's on a streak of bad luck Jimmy the Greek wouldn't
Alger Hiss returned last night to his alma mater, the Law School, to talk about the McCarthy are, but somehow
This would undoubtedly be a better account of the Boston Marathon if there were space to tell the story of
The Boston Marathon faces a population explosion today as a record field of over 3000 qualified runners and countless unofficial
T HE CROP OF biographies appearing in bookstores recently has been grim, glutted with post-Watergate tales of sin, the Fall,
There is a certain irony that in America's bicentennial year almost as much ink has been spilled over Joe McCarthy
A NTHONY BURGESS' latest novel is the modern literary equivalent of a grotesque medieval woodcut by Hans Holbein the Younger.
On Sundays, before church, as my father knotted his tie and put his cuff-links on, we would crowd around his
Saturday's NCAA Division One Lacrosse Championship--a 16-13 overtime win for upstart Cornell over Maryland--proved a few things: 1) Whenever there
It may seem more like Death Valley than Commonwealth Avenue today as 2183 qualified runners and countless unofficial crashers battle
Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.
The epitaph on John O'Hara's gravestone in Princeton Cemetery reads: "Better than anyone else, he told the truth about his
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash.) in an unexpectedly strong showing, won the Massachusetts Democratic presidential primary last night as Rep.
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