How bad were the Phillies against Baltimore tonight? So bad they had to bring in Jeff Francoeur to pitch. Except that Francoeur couldn’t get anybody out, so pitching coach Bob McClure tried to call down to the bullpen to get a real pitcher up. One problem: the bullpen phone was off the hook after Philadelphia found itself with a 15-run deficit.
At the recent American Library Association Annual Conference, actress/author Sonia Manzano, who has played the beloved character Maria on Sesame Street for more than 40 years, let it be known that she’s retiring. (Manzano joined the show in 1971, and was promoted to series regular in 1974.) During h
Coffee is arguably the most familiar staple in the life of anyone working in the hazy rat race of urban life. We wake up: we think about it. On the way to work: we think about it. At work: we talk about it. After work… we could still use it; but what about the container […]
Were an alien to arrive on earth and ask me what was so great about the Disney cartoon series Phineas and Ferb—the kind of situation that could very plausibly arise on an episode of Phineas and Ferb—he might scratch his head with one gooey tentacle over the confusing and seemingly...
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