Tangled letters

Boston executives embroiled in string of scandals

BOSTON (AP) – Boston’s leaders are scrambling to stem a series of political crises. The deputy mayor has just sacked the new police commissioner. Two members of the school committee abruptly resigned after exchanging a series of racist text messages. The Boston Police Department is embroiled in an overtime fraud …

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The books released this week worthy of your TBR!

Sick women: misdiagnosis and myth in a man-made world by Elinor Cleghorn Elinor Cleghorn became a sick woman ten years ago. She was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease after a long period of time where she was told her symptoms ranged from psychosomatic to possible pregnancy. As Elinor learned to …

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Life After Lockdown | Notice

Lockdown is now a thing of the past, but its effects persist. There are not only routine logistical effects, there are also personal effects. Masks still need to cover faces in some areas such as doctors and dentists’ offices and there is no magazine in any public office in all …

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Nomads sculpting a new identity landscape

Katarina Lazic and Sophia Papastavrou are international nomads and, like all “ children of the third culture ”, found their native lands difficult places. Anglo-Turkish novelist and scholar Elif Shafak once wrote that his homeland is like a glass castle; to leave it, we have to break something – a …

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