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Caring for the Caregiver

Taking care of an elderly family member, or a chronically or terminally ill one, is difficult. People give up nearly all of their free time, some going as far as quitting their job, to help those who can no longer … Continue reading

July 14, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Put it in the Books

Here’s another illustration for Grantland, this time for their quarterly bound edition showcasing the site’s best writing. This appears with a story about baseball or more accurately, books about baseball. The game may be waning in popularity in some quarters, but you … Continue reading

June 25, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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The Thill of Victory, The Agony of Defeat

Here’s a quick job for Grantland about a pair of NBA superfans–one from Oakland, the other from Cleveland. Both have suffered through a lot mediocre and downright awful basketball. One is about to experience the thrill of victory, while the other … Continue reading

June 15, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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This is Just a Test

If you read yesterday’s Boston Globe, you might have seen this. It appears with an op-ed about the common core, standardized testing and the growing opt-out movement.

June 15, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Hairy Stuff

In this month’s Dr. Oz: The Good life hair removal advice and a few horror stories, such as a DIY wax kit that was so painful it took 3 hours to complete. Ouch! Below, a few hairy situations that weren’t … Continue reading

June 09, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Championship Thoughts

Grantland takes a look at tomorrow’s Champions League Final between Barcelona and Juventus and realizes it challenges everything we thought we knew about football. Read the whole thing here. ¡Visca Barça!

June 05, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Men at Work

I got to draw nobody on the cover of the latest issue of National Underwriter Property and Casualty. This month the insurance trade magazine examines the dearth of skilled construction workers. This shortage not only drives up the cost and delays completion … Continue reading

June 04, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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