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My Life and the New York Times

I’m addicted.

All it took was buying one, just one, The New York Times.  It’s not about on line reading, it’s about the dirty newsprint and the cheap paper and folding and reading the continuing story on page … 212 more words

Inward Growth

Reads and Recs (and the Daily Photo)

Fall descends and the calendar fills up, but I still find time to read. What I’ve read and loved in the last week:


Legally Brunette: The Week in African Americans in Mainstream TV

Consuming: Apples and honey for Rosh Hashanah. Dinner with another visiting uncle and his friends at Cafe Joul on the Upper East Side. Scandal is back! 1,537 more words

New York's Global Citizen Festival puts spotlight on poverty

Last weekend’s Global Citizen Festival organized by the Global Poverty Project featured big name celebrity performances to raise awareness to the plight of poverty and stir action to end it by 2030. 215 more words


Your New Favorite Hobby in Three Simple Steps

As the grandchild of a college English professor and the daughter of an English teacher, I had very little room to argue over which books I liked and which books were a bit more lucrative and would further my education. 469 more words

Book Reviews


Local: Playing during flu season in The Flyer

The good: This article is weaved perfectly. The reporter checked in with a health professional, a coach, and an athlete. 289 more words


Viewpoint: Mainstream media needs to face its race problem

It’s no secret that mainstream media hasn’t always been the best when it comes to discussing non-white racial groups.

But last Friday, New York Times… 1,011 more words