Updated 3:04 pm CDT, Tuesday, May 14, 2019 FILE - This June 23, 2011, file booking photo provided by the U.S. Marshals Service shows James "Whitey" Bulger. Jailhouse letters from the late Boston gangster highlight his will to live despite deteriorating health including eight heart attacks. The letters provided to The Boston Globe by a California woman he corresponded with appear to contradict federal officials who have said Bulger’s health had dramatically improved, making him eligible for a transfer to a West Virginia prison where he was killed. Bulger was 89 when he was fatally beaten last October. (U.S. Marshals Service via AP, File) less FILE - This June 23, 2011, file booking photo provided by the U.S. Marshals Service shows James "Whitey" Bulger. Jailhouse letters from the late Boston gangster highlight his will to live despite deteriorating ... more Photo: AP … [Read more...] about Bulger letters put his fitness for prison transfer in doubt
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | ‘Don’t Succumb to the Fear’: Women Share Travel Safety Tips Advertisement Supported by No woman is responsible for harassment or any other violent act against her. But experienced travelers and government agencies show how to travel as safely as possible. ByTariro Mzezewa and Lela Moore March 26, 2019 On Tuesday, Google unveiled a Doodle in honor of Chen Mao Ping, the renowned Chinese-born author known as Sanmao, on what would have been her 76th birthday. She traveled the globe and wrote of her adventures, inspiring generations of women to see the world beyond their own homes. Sanmao died in 1991 in Taiwan, but it’s not hard to imagine that while traveling she had encountered some risk, as many women who travel today do. After the publication of a New York Times article about … [Read more...] about ‘Don’t Succumb to the Fear’: Women Share Travel Safety Tips
At 5:45 a.m. on Wednesday, March 20th, nearly 300 people took an elevator up to the 102nd floor at One World Trade Center in New York City to do yoga as the sun rose, followed by a dance party like no other. Together, they celebrated International Day of Happiness.The event was put on by LG Experience Happiness Project, which aims to deliver sustainable happiness skills to teens, in collaboration with Daybreaker, an early morning dance movement with a mission to promote wellness, camaraderie, self-expression and mindfulness. During the two hour dance party, we found the Instagram famous Donté Colley and took a few minutes to chat. 10 PHOTOS Donté Colley on Instagram See Gallery Donté Colley on Instagram 🧡💚💙 Dance has always been a tool for keeping my own mental health in check and spreading love and happiness is my mission. These 6 Sustainable Happiness Skills are aimed … [Read more...] about Donté Colley’s dance videos will instantly make you feel happy
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Beth Teitell Globe Staff March 16, 2019 Amanda McHugh got her undergrad degree from Keene State College and her JD from New England Law | Boston. That she wasn’t at a prestige school never crossed her mind until classmates told her not to bother applying to fancy downtown law firms.“They won’t take you unless you went to Harvard or a place like that,” McHugh remembers being told.Devastating? Hardly. Advertisement “It’s almost like I lucked out,” said McHugh, now a contracts negotiator at Raytheon BBN Technologies in Cambridge. “For me, it would be hard to be happy if I was working 85 or 90 hours a week.” Get Metro Headlines in your inbox: The 10 top local news stories from metro Boston and around New England delivered daily. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here News flash! Even … [Read more...] about Can you ever hope to find success and happiness if you don’t go to an elite college?
Howard Fendrich, Ap Tennis Writer Updated 7:31 am PST, Saturday, January 19, 2019 MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — It was all a bit overwhelming for the latest opponent who could do nothing to slow Serena Williams at the Australian Open. So Dayana Yastremska, an 18-year-old from Ukraine, found herself wiping away tears as she walked to the net. Williams knows what it's like to be the one weeping after a loss. She put her right hand on Yastremska's shoulder and consoled her by saying, "You're so young. You did amazing. Don't cry." Then they embraced, and Williams patted Yastremska on the back. "I could tell she was quite upset. I kind of liked that. It shows she wasn't just there to play a good match — she was there to win. She wanted to win. That really broke my heart," Williams said. "I think she's a good talent. It's good to see that attitude." Maybe she will be tested in the fourth round, because no one has come close to making her work too hard so far, … [Read more...] about ‘Don’t cry’: Serena consoles Australian Open foe; Halep next