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Annals of corruption, #4561

In a story about the GOP’s political chances in 2020, please note the sophistication of the nation’s Paper of Record:

But both parties have overwhelming incentives to push next year’s election toward issues of the heart, not the head.

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Azad- A Story From India

“He never made eye contact with me. His eyes were constantly searching for things. They were frighteningly empty, and yet, they seemed to dance. He hid it behind them. 408 more words

Political persuasion 2.0

I’ve been enjoying (if that’s the right word) Wired UK’s recent articles on how technology is being used against us.

A bitter turf war is raging on the Brexit Wikipedia page…

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Dressing History: JMM exhibits trace Jewish experience through fashion

By Susan C. Ingram
Baltimore Jewish Times
April 5, 2019

What does a contemporary hand-crocheted ivory kippah embellished with pearls and gold thread have in common with a hand-painted dress design by a Czech designer in 1939 Prague? 2,407 more words


10 reasons why adventure travel is good for you

Adventure is a beautiful thing.
You get to disconnect from life
and reconnect with yourself
And enjoy the moment.

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Knowing the benefits of what you are doing will encourage you to do them in contentment more often. 971 more words


Book Review - Blur: How to Know What's True in the Age of Information Overload

Blur: How to Know What’s True in the Age of Information Overload, by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel. New York: Bloomsbury, 2010. 191 pages. Reviewed by Andy Benton. 1,848 more words

Queens University


I first met David Feldman at a play workshop hosted by Syracuse Contemporary Theatre (SCT).  As head of SCT’s new plays reading program, David sat at the workshop listening to the plays and making helpful comments.  463 more words