“Regular Guy” Sandy Koufax Honored with Dodger Stadium Statue

Posted on June 24th, 2022
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Sandy Koufax, the best left-handed pitcher in major league baseball’s modern era, is a fanatically private man. He has been described as reclusive, guarded, withdrawn behind a wall of amiability. Those descriptions come from the small circle who know him well. In the summer of 1966, his mother, Evelyn, found out Koufax was publishing an […]

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Toxic Inhalation from Burn Pits Echoes 9/11 Issues

Posted on June 17th, 2022
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Smoke inhalation injuries can be silent killers. The symptoms may not be immediately visible or obvious. The impact of inhalation can take years to manifest itself. The 9/11 cataclysm taught us how hard it is to predict the long-term effects of toxic inhalation. The World Trade Center plume exposed approximately 500,000 people — firefighters, police, […]

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Death in the Onion Field: Sixty Years Later

Posted on June 13th, 2022
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It was a routine traffic stop that plainclothes officers Ian Campbell and Karl Hettinger did not need to make. The officers were playing a hunch, a daily occurrence in law enforcement. It was a hunch that was about to go lethally wrong. Parked in an unmarked Plymouth near the corner of Gower Street and Carlos […]

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How Eating Late at Night May Impact Your Weight and Your Health

Posted on June 2nd, 2022
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“Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.” This quote from Adelle Davis has echoed like a nutritional mantra for the last sixty-eight years. Simply stated, full of common sense, Davis crafted the e=mc2 of her industry. Except she was not talking about the size of the meals. Davis, […]

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Beloved Hall of Fame Writer Roger Angell Dies at 101

Posted on May 27th, 2022
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It was a testament to Roger Angell’s deft writing versatility that he was the only member ever selected for both the National Baseball Hall of Fame and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The former is a shrine to Major League Baseball; the latter is described as an honor society of the country’s leading architects, artists, […]

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