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VOLUME 11, NUMBER 6

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 World Series

On the first baseline at the World Series

Following the Boston Red Sox closely is always a rollercoaster ride, but this year was the wildest one Iíve ever had. Where I live, I canít see most of the games on television, so I listen to every game I can on the radio and surf all the sports Internet sites every day for news and Sox chat. Frankly, Iím consumed with the Red Sox all year long. Trips to Fenway Park are the greatest and the day after the Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees in Game 7 of the American League playoffs, I found out something that made all the memorable games Iíd ever been to seem like nothing: the Red Sox were playing the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2004 World Series, and I was going to be there. My dad bought tickets to all of the Series games scheduled at Bostonís Fenway Park.  Click here for story

 Election 2004

Presidential promises fail to persuade

Voting in the upcoming 2004 presidential election will probably be the most important political decision that people will have to make since, well, the last presidential election. But a lot more is at stake here this time around. Click here for story

Election sickness strikes teen

Iím so bored with the U.S.A. Joe Strummer wrote those words in 1977 in London. Now, here I am, in Toronto, writing the same words 27 years later. Funny how things change. Click here for story

 

 

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