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4 Agenda Items Missing From Monday’s White House Conference on Aging | Money.com

While the White House Conference on Aging examined many issues, other critically important ones were not on the agenda. The School of Creative Aging, my new project at The Kyle Group, shares the concern of Encore.org about the lack of a real assessment of the needs of the increasing numbers of elder citizens, of no attention being paid to the actual and potential contributions of older people through new careers and voluntary activities, and other key issues. 134 more words

Revision Decisions: proposition composition | Mark Miller

Over the last couple of years, sentences have played a prominent role in my classroom. Students know what good sentences look like, can often discuss the mechanics of them, but lately I have encountered a couple of problems. 70 more words

Bring it on Home: The Pacific Legal Foundation and Martin County.

Look who is right here in our hood! Bring it on home! Let James help you cause we sure do got dem blues!  A love affair with the Pacific Legal Foundation and the Economic Council of Martin County. 928 more words

Environmental

Aggies, Jags each have 2 players on all-state team

In the wake of a successful prep baseball season, in which seven-area teams reached the playoffs, standout athletes were given a chance to extend the season’s celebration when the Florida Athletic Coaches Association announced it’s all-state teams. 418 more words

News

UZEB may be "the Van Halen of jazz", but they sure don't get paid the same

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 7, 1985

By Steve Newton

Last year’s Vancouver appearance by Quebec jazz/fusion quartet UZEB was one of my picks for the Top Ten concerts of 1984–right up there with Scorpions and R.E.M. 683 more words

Interview

Child of God

I’m fortunate enough to live in a nice house in a nice surrounding area. Throughout the week, I go running along maintained sidewalks towards a nature preserve located about a mile from my house where I get to experience God’s awesome wildlife creation, both plants and animals. 788 more words