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    1. Bill Tilden: A US tennis hero, but with a morals clause

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsApr 28 01:23 PM

      In the 1920s and 1930s, Bill Tilden was to tennis what Babe Ruth was to baseball. Honoring him with a historical marker should be an ace - if not for questions about his conduct with teenage boys. A group is pushing for a historical marker at Philadelphia's Germantown Cricket Club, his home court.

    2. Bill Tilden: A US tennis hero, but with a morals clause

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsApr 28 01:19 PM

      In the 1920s and 1930s, Bill Tilden was to tennis what Babe Ruth was to baseball. Honoring him with a historical marker should be an ace - if not for questions about his conduct with teenage boys. A group is pushing for a historical marker at Philadelphia's Germantown Cricket Club, his home court.

    3. Why Write in English?

      New York Review of BooksApr 18 07:36 PM

      Writing in another language is successful when there is a genuine, long-term need to switch languages (often accompanied by serious trauma), and when the new linguistic and social context the author is moving in meshes positively with his or her ambitions and talents. But changing languages doesn’t always work.

    4.   You climbed all the organizational rungs and then hit the 'Now what?' question. Staying motivated is hard and here's what can you do about the situation Read more

    5. Thursday The 28th

      The Moscow TimesApr 27 05:05 PM

      All About Cinderella (Vsyo o Zolushke): Oleg Glushkov stages a musical based on the famous folk tale. Composer Raimonds Pauls. Moscow Musical Theater. 7 p.m.

    6. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - In the 1920s and 1930s, Bill Tilden was to tennis what Babe Ruth was to baseball. Honoring him with a historical marker should be an ace - if not for questions about his conduct with teenage boys.

    7. By United Press International On April 22, 1994, Richard Nixon, the 37th U.S. president and the only one to resign from the office, died four days after suffering a stroke. He was 81.

    8. Thursday The 31st

      The Moscow TimesMar 30 05:03 PM

      150 Reasons Not to Defend the Homeland (150 Prichin ne Zashchishchat Rodinu): Yelena Gremina's staging about the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Teatr.doc on Maly Kazyonny. 8 p.m.

    9. What is inspiration?

      Seattle TimesApr 16 04:18 PM

      For decades, Anders Ericsson has reminded us of the value of hard work. The Florida State psychologist did the research that led to the so-called 10,000-hour rule. In his informative new book, “Peak,” he and co-author Robert Pool downplay the importance of native-born genius (even in people like Mozart) and emphasize the importance of deliberate […]

    10. What is inspiration?

      Jackson Hole News & GuideApr 15 11:11 PM

      For decades, Anders Ericsson has reminded us of the value of hard work. The Florida State psychologist did the research that led to the so-called 10,000-hour rule. In his informative new book, “Peak,” he and co-author Robert Pool downplay the importance of native-born genius (even in people like Mozart) and emphasize the importance of deliberate practice — painstaking exercises to perfect some ...

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