Margot Adler helped Paganism gain wider understanding and respectability. Her passing at 68 from cancer this last Monday, 28 July ’14 also leaves a gap on the airwaves. 1,034 more words
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When Dr. Kent Brantly finished his residency in Texas two years ago, he and his family immediately moved to West Africa to help people there. 24 more words
Israeli’s take cover as Hamas Launches missiles into Israel.
The differences between Hamas and Israel are so profound, it’s almost as though the two aren’t living in the same century. 315 more words
More than two years after playing first playing the show, Duluth bluegrass folk-rock band Trampled by Turtles returned to “The Late Show with David Letterman” Tuesday night in New York City. 194 more words
The Burden of Stress in America (PDF)
Source: NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health
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The NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health Burden of Stress in America Survey was conducted from March 5 to April 8, 2014 with a sample of 2,505 respondents.
They are called excavator mulchers. That’s polite. What they really do is swallow trees. This one, a DAH Forestry Mulcher, from Quebec’s manufacturer , Denis Cimaf, consumes a 30-foot-tall, mature spruce (starting at the top, landing at the bottom) in 15 seconds. 64 more words