Cindy Boren, Washington Post

Cindy Boren

Washington Post

Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • mySA
  • Daily Herald
  • The Cannabist
  • CumberlandTimes-News

Recent articles by Cindy:

Ray Fosse is forever linked to Pete Rose, but their collision didn’t define his life

The former catcher, who died Wednesday, went on to a long career as a popular broadcaster of Oakland Athletics games. → Read More

Nets say Kyrie Irving can’t play or practice until he can be ‘a full participant’

The status of the star guard remains in limbo as the NBA season approaches. → Read More

Who is Rich Bisaccia, the veteran coach set to replace Jon Gruden?

Associate head coach/special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia takes over at a critical time for the Raiders. → Read More

Live updates: NFL Week 5 features London game, Browns vs. Chargers

Week 5 of the NFL season features the first London game of the year, plus division rivalries and much more. Follow along for live updates. → Read More

What to watch in NFL Week 5: London game, Bills vs. Chiefs bookend Sunday slate

Can the Jaguars put Urban Meyer’s turbulent week behind them? Plus Justin Herbert and Baker Mayfield meet up, and the NFL sics the Jets and Falcons on London. → Read More

Urban Meyer apologizes again for ‘stupid’ mistake, says he didn’t consider resigning

The Jaguars coach did something he doesn’t like to do, holding a team meeting ahead of an important game for his 0-4 team. → Read More

Joey Bosa has a message for ‘blind’ officials: ‘Open your eyes and do your job’

Believing that he had been held, the Chargers’ defensive end unleashed his fury on the field — and was called for unsportsmanlike conduct. → Read More

What to watch in NFL Week 4: There’s Tom Brady vs. the Patriots, and there’s everything else

The Panthers, Cardinals, Broncos and Rams put undefeated records on the line Sunday, and the NFL’s rookie starting quarterbacks try to find their footing. The main event is in New England in prime time. → Read More

After backlash, NCAA extends ‘March Madness’ brand to women’s basketball tournament

An outcry over the disparity in facilities led to an independent review that recommended the change. → Read More

Simone Biles says she ‘should have quit way before Tokyo’

The gymnast who helped start a conversation about athletes’ mental health said healing remains “a work in progress.” → Read More

Eli Manning was careful with his comments as a player. That Eli Manning has retired.

Are you not entertained on his “MNF” show with Peyton? Even if he had to apologize for a double-bird gesture? → Read More

What to watch in NFL Week 3: Taunting, Patrick Mahomes vs. Justin Herbert

After a week that featured eight taunting penalties, the Raiders aim for their third victory, the Seahawks try to keep pace in the NFC West, and there's an Aaron Rodgers nightcap in San Francisco. → Read More

Aaron Jones’s necklace holding his father’s ashes is found on Lambeau’s turf

Packers running back Aaron Jones figured it had to be in the end zone since he scored four touchdowns Monday night. → Read More

What to watch in NFL Week 1: Aaron Rodgers is on a mission

As the first full day of the 17-game NFL schedule begins, there are some new rules and plenty of intriguing matchups. → Read More

Athletes from Afghanistan carry their country’s flag in Paralympics Closing Ceremonies

As U.S. troops left Afghanistan, Zakia Khudadadi and Hossain Rasouli overcame obstacles to get to Tokyo but arrived too late for the Opening Ceremonies. → Read More

Red Sox, Giants grapple with positive coronavirus tests as stretch run looms

The health of pitchers Matt Barnes, Alex Wood and Johnny Cueto is an issue with crucial series upcoming for their teams. → Read More

John Harbaugh says playing J.K. Dobbins in meaningless game is ‘fair conversation’

J.K. Dobbins, the Ravens' star running back, will miss the season after tearing his ACL in the preseason finale. → Read More

After being fined $14,650 by the NFL, Bills’ Isaiah McKenzie shows his vaccine card

Isaiah McKenzie announced on Instagram that he has received his first Pfizer dose. → Read More

Racehorse that ran down a Kentucky highway is being treated for burns from a barn fire

As Bold and Bossy recovered from her highway scamper, the Ellis Park barn she was in erupted in flames. → Read More

Polish Olympian auctions off silver medal to help pay for infant’s surgery

Polish javelin thrower Maria Andrejczyk survived cancer, performed well at the Tokyo Olympics and auctioned off her silver medal to help a sick child. But the story has another twist, thanks to a chain of convenience stores. → Read More