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White Eggs and Ham, American I Am

The title of this month’s Expat Focus column was based on an entertaining chase to track down as close to American-style Easter fare as I could find. 270 more words

Travel

Nice Girls Don't Get Raped

I once met an artist in a train in Bombay. He did not call himself an artist, he thought what he does is not really art. 1,149 more words

Reflections And Rumination

Summerside athlete Scott Clark to run in Monday's Boston Marathon

On Monday, the Boston Marathon will run again, undeterred by the act of terrorism that took place at the finish line last year.

Though some Islanders will be returning to the legendary running event, while others have decided to watch from afar. 755 more words

Journal Pioneer

"Celestial Kingdom Jurisdiction" and Tax Protesters

In 1999, Jimmie Duane Ross got $840,000 from his former employer, the result of an arbitration hearing. I don’t know what Ross did with that money; I do know, however, one thing he didn’t do: … 783 more words

Mormon

The Thought Police: Hate Crime Legislation and "Protected Classes"

One of the VERY few things I agree with the Family Research Council (FRC) on is that “hate crime legislation” is in reality “thought crime legislation.’ 629 more words

Society & Culture

'For me, it's perfect': French-speaking immigrants recruited to P.E.I.

Phillipe Guidon is a long way from Belgium, but he loves his new Island home.

“For me, it’s perfect. I came here not to live for two years, I came to live here.” 472 more words

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