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  • Back in the day, when I wrote my regular back-page column, Frolic & Detours, I wrote often about family, including a piece dedicated to my mother, when she was a mere 85.

    Shambhala SunSpace » Barry Boyce

  • On Sunday, the New York Post's back-page headline read GRIM SWEEPER, with a photo of the cloaked dude and his scythe hovering behind the Knicks bench.

    The Credits Roll on New York's NBA Season

  • And though there will be surely be back-page quotes and operatic disputes and 36-hour disasters, these overlooked Yankees can take confidence in at least one optimistic fact:

    A Deserved Underdog Status

  • Recently the NYT, LAT, and all of its brethren, including the Huffington Post, pretended that Gaza was not really happening, or if it was, that it deserved back-page coverage.

    The Broad Appeal of Antiwar.com « Antiwar.com Blog

  • The most far-reaching English league football fixture would be Newcastle v Plymouth – though 30 seasons ago I recall a minor back-page stir when the respective residents of the distinct and very distant St James' Parks, Newcastle and Exeter, met down south in a fifth‑round replay the travellers being rudely dispatched by 4-0.

    Epic tales of the Wessex footballing crowd | Frank Keating

  • "Fab-less Gunners" ran the back-page lead in one Malaysian newspaper.

    Nicklas Bendtner misses Arsenal's Asian tour as transfer nears

  • Still, does anyone expect the Jets to sail through the season without another back-page crisis?

    Jets-Vikings: The Hyperbole Bowl

  • In response to public demand, Futures will be returning to Nature in September 2007 as a weekly back-page feature, as well as continuing each month in Nature Physics.

    Writing

  • We have seen scattered back-page stories about those in the scientific community saying that global warming is a sham.

    Perry says Gore 'gone to hell'

  • If you look closely at the format, you'll see that this section resembles one of the old NY magazine back-page contests of the "Maybe he's dead" variety.

    The Obamaklatura

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