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I should probably make my opening gambit for this piece with an apology. Sunderland mugged Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday in what can only be described as daylight robbery, such was the away side’s dominance during the 90 minutes and came away with an unlikely, yet spirited point. 449 more words
DENVER (CBS4) - U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette hopes a series of discussions with Colorado medical professionals will spur legislation to uncover treatments for diseases faster. 135 more words
I just cant’ believe it’s the end of August already. Holy Cow! Where does the time go?
We had an absolutely DELIGHTFUL August meeting. And let me tell you WHY! 534 more words
North Korea and the day to day lives of its citizens is a subject matter that isn’t touched upon often in fiction, for good reason. Adam Johnson puts it eloquently in the afterword to his book The Orphan Master’s Son – “we’ll know the true way to write a novel set in North Korea when North Korean novelists become free to tell their own stories.” That being said, with this book Johnson has created a powerful, emotional tale which feels honest, true to life, and – in keeping with the image most of us have of North Korea – painfully bleak. 360 more words