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Deflategate — Or Ballghazi? — Throws Shade On The Week In Sports
The "deflategate" investigation is finally out, but where does it leave the Patriots? NPR's Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of ESPN about the Pats' legacy, and what might be next for Tom Brady.
TV And Hollywood Pattern-Maker Sells A Three-Decades Cache
Exciting and colorful Hollywood treasures turn up at the estate sale of a woman who made patterns for renowned costume designers Edith Head and Bob Mackie.
A Cup's Adventures And Oddities On Ice: 140 Years Of Hockey Trivia
Do you know what gross item was originally used as a hockey puck, or what hockey tradition was established at the very first game? Test your know-how, with some help from trivia expert A.J. Jacobs.
Seattle Restaurants Scramble To Pay A Higher Minimum Wage
Business has been good for Seattle restaurants as high-tech firms flourish. But the city's rising minimum wage has restaurant owners struggling to revise their business plans.
Las Vegas High School Has A Proud History Of Political Involvement
Hillary Clinton brought her presidential campaign to Rancho High School in Las Vegas this week. It's a school full of DREAMers with big plans for the future, and they aren't afraid of politics.
Not My Job: Actor Steve Buscemi Gets Quizzed On Government Jobs
Buscemi wasn't always a famous actor. He was once just a young man taking the civil service test. If things had gone differently, he could have had a career in any number of exciting government jobs.
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