Tag Archives: Endless

Saying Goodbye to an Endless Year With a 24-Hour Race

Saying Goodbye to an Endless Year With a 24-Hour Race

Saying Goodbye to an Endless Year With a 24-Hour Race Saying Goodbye to an Endless Year With a 24-Hour Race At about 6 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, when I saw snow dancing in the light of my headlamp, I started to cry. I was nine hours into my first 24-hour race. I was trying to see how many times …

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The Endless Debate: Cancel or Rebook?

The Endless Debate: Cancel or Rebook?

The Endless Debate: Cancel or Rebook? The Endless Debate: Cancel or Rebook? A 50th birthday, 50 new places: That was Allison Andrews’ plan for the year. Her roster included a dog-sledding adventure in Jackson Hole, Wyo., in March, a trip to Spain in April and May and a Bahamas cruise with a former college roommate in June. She got as …

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Endless Subscribers: Pro Surfers Follow a New Path to Stardom

Endless Subscribers: Pro Surfers Follow a New Path to Stardom

Endless Subscribers: Pro Surfers Follow a New Path to Stardom Endless Subscribers: Pro Surfers Follow a New Path to Stardom Sterling Spencer, a surfer from Florida, met a heavy dose of skepticism when he left the sport’s professional circuit 12 years ago and built a career through short films rather than competitions. “Everybody just thought I was a kook,” said …

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Endless Summer Puts Homebound Kids at Risk for Weight Gain

Endless Summer Puts Homebound Kids at Risk for Weight Gain

Endless Summer Puts Homebound Kids at Risk for Weight Gain Endless Summer Puts Homebound Kids at Risk for Weight Gain With tens of thousands of schools in dozens of states now shuttered through the remainder of the school year because of the coronavirus pandemic, an estimated 55 million students will be home from school for double the length of their …

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March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless

Michael Wilson

March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless With no clues about when the pandemic might subside, short-term discomfort is becoming long-term despair: “I feel like I have accepted this, and given up.” April 25, 2020 A walk in the park brings tense flare-ups: Back off, you’re too …

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