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Marketing REI sent us a nice direct mail piece with a big "dividend coupon." I glanced at it, thought about going to REI to redeem it and then it vanished...Seven minutes later I had a new bike helmet and a few items for my children...If you are on
Posted by Obnoxious Boston Fan September 17, 2013 12:18 AM E-mail this article To: Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article It was gut-check time for the Kansas
The Oakland Raiders had an interesting game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. They got the win, and are surprising people with their stats, which are largely due to quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Bleacher Report's Chris Hansen
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The Carlsbad Senior Center is offering a "Don't Get Scammed" workshop for adults 50 and older on Sept. 19. Attorney Jeffrey Herbst will lead the seminar which will highlight the most frequent scams involving seniors, including lottery and "grandma"
Posted by Anush Elbakyan, Boston.com Staff September 16, 2013 11:20 AM E-mail this article To: Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article President Obama will address
College football always seems to find a way to entertain, and yesterday was no exception. The big game of course was in College Station, and despite some brilliance from Johnny Manziel, it was Alabama who got their revenge from last year's loss...
On paper, it wasn't a lot of scintillating matchups in the early games this Saturday. However, we did one near upset, and I do mean near. (11)
The beauty of mid-to-late September in baseball is that every day the playoff picture changes. The AL Wild Card chase continues to be bonkers, especially since one team everyone thought was safe is starting to come back to the field. Friday night was
Internal Revenue Service officials worried that tea-party groups would challenge tax-code restrictions on political activity in the wake of a 2010 Supreme Court decision on campaign spending, according to recently disclosed emails on the agency's