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Was Hugh Hefner Sexist?

Hugh Hefner was 91 years old when passed away on September 27, 2017.  Hefner is well known as the founder of Playboy magazine. Founded on October 1, 1953, Hefner had a vision of a magazine that would stun readers. The first issue was published in December 1953. Icon Marilyn Monroe was featured as the first cover girl. The issue that contained nude photographs of her sold over 50,000 copies. With this succes ...

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ALDS Red Sox vs. Astros Game 2: Pomeranz Suffers the Same Fate

On a day they needed to bounce back in a big way, the Red Sox did  the complete opposite. Drew Pomeranz made his first career postseason start, and he was even worse than Chris Sale on Thursday. Like Sale, he gave up a home run in the first inning, this one off the bat of Carlos Correa, and that gave the Astros an early 2-0 lead. Later in the third, the lefty allowed another two runs, the first coming from ...

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ALDS Game 1 Recap: Sale Gets Rocked

After all the hype Chris Sale was getting, after he said he’s ready to throw his arm off, he goes out and throws a dud. Did he have a case of bad nerves before his first ever postseason start? Perhaps, but that’s no excuse for a pitcher with the talent he has. In all honesty, I was expecting him and Justin Verlander to go head to head and both throw gems. Instead, neither pitcher was at their best, especial ...

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2017 Forbes Under 30 Summit

Last year Forbes held its annual Forbes Under 30 Summit for the first time in Boston. It was such a big success that Forbes decided to have the Under 30 Summit in Boston for a second year in a row. This year more than 7,000 attendees were a part of a four-day fun-filled,  eventful, summit. The summit kicked off with a music festival that took place at City Hall Plaza on Sunday, October 1st. The performers w ...

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ALDS Preview: Red Sox vs. Astros

With the regular season in the books, the Red Sox will head to Houston to kick off a five game series against the Astros on Thursday. With that in mind, I thought I’d give a preview of the series and what I expect from the Red Sox in the postseason. Game 1: Thursday, 4:08 PM ET, Chris Sale vs. Justin Verlander For the first time in his career, Chris Sale will be making a postseason start. And despite not ha ...

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Bruins 2017-2018 Season Preview: The Year of Home Grown Talent?

Thursday will be a busy day for sports in New England. The Red Sox begin their playoff run in Houston, the Patriots are onto Tampa Bay, and the Bruins play their first game of the 2017-2018 season against Nashville. Though the Red Sox signed Ace, Chris Sale and the Patriots acquired star receiver, Brandin Cooks, the Bruins organization managed their off-season a bit differently and chose to promote their de ...

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Concert Review: Halsey at Mohegan Sun

Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, more commonly known for her stage name, Halsey, is a relatively new artist who, in the past year, has become more well-known after her Grammy-nominated track with The Chainsmokers titled, “Closer” became one of the most popular songs of 2016.   Halsey embarked on her second world tour, the Hopeless Fountain Kingdom tour this past Friday, at the Mohegan Sun arena in Uncasvil ...

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Concert Review: Roger Waters

For any admirer of Pink Floyd, and those who have continued to follow his solo works, the chance to see Roger Waters in concert is a no-brainer. I was fortunate to attend his first night in Boston on the Us and Them tour this past Wednesday, at the TD Garden. Playing two sets for over two hours, and never once seeming to lose energy, Roger Waters captivated the audience and kept them dancing, singing, and t ...

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