From the monthly archives:

May 2011

Seeing as how anybody anywhere actually predicting an earthquake would likely be enough to win them the Nobel Prize (and maybe a Pullizter and the Heisman Trophy while we’re at it), I had the exact same reaction to this headline as acclaimed baseball writer Jonah Kerri: “I swear I thought this was from The Onion.” […]


Tragedy hit the highway again today as yet another commercial bus ride turned fatal. Four are dead and 50 have been taken to 11 area hospitals for injuries after a motorcoach headed for New York’s Chinatown from North Carolina ran off the highway and flipped upside down in Virginia on I-95, according to the Richmond […]


We always cover the deaths and destruction caused by disasters. It’s nice to sometimes see a touching tail tale of hope. And it would be hard to come up with any more amazing than that of Mason, a dog who found his way home, on two broken legs, 19 days after being swept away by […]


The staff over at¬†continues to do an impressive job posting daily commentary on the industry’s pressing topics. Today they are showcasing a well-crafted video featuring coverage of the RIMS 2011 Annual Conference Exhibition in Vancouver, including an interview with Bermuda Premier Paula Cox and a preview of some of the most exciting booths in […]