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On the television, a reminder to finish unpacking before it's too late

Slowly but surely, my excuses are being eliminated.

For months I was virtually homeless, shuttling back and forth among grown children who put on a brave face about having to host Mom and Dad . 1,339 more words

It's Official: 'Captain Marvel' Sequel In Development

A “Captain Marvel” sequel is reportedly in the works.

According to Variety, Marvel Studios has officially placed a sequel in development, following the massive success of the Brie Larson-starring superhero flick. 229 more words


NYT Seeks Ethical Op-Eds

NYT seeks ethical Op-Eds: After an Op-Ed stumble, top editors assign the standards editor to advise the Opinion department.

“While our news and opinion journalists will continue to have separate, distinct missions, their work is rooted in common standards for accuracy, fairness and integrity,” they say.


My Column (Sneak Preview)

Coming this Saturday in the Citizen-Times …

“A Non-Believer’s Open Letter to God”

Why on earth (or anywhere else) would a non-believing humanist freethinking secular person write a letter to a Being they don’t believe exists?

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The Best Joke of 2020

In the Southern District of New York yesterday, a frightened man from Ukraine went to the U.S. Attorney and said, “My talking parrot disappeared.”

“Why did you come here?” the Southern District AG demanded to know. 1,107 more words

I Miss Local Journalism

Growing up, Huntsville had a local paper, The Huntsville Times. I took a field trip to its offices one year, and I got to see how the paper was made. 428 more words

News Sharing in the age of Social Media

To me, social media isn’t just a tool or an outlet, but it is a part of how I live my day-to-day life. From the moment I wake up to the minute I fall asleep, everything I need, from news to entertainment, is just one click away. 269 more words