While it's just wonderful to get used as a reference by a piece in the New York Times….how's that for validation and approbation?…I have a feeling it would be preferable if the implication of the explanation I had given was in fact correct. We could view this as a bit
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Being Quoted In The New York Times Is Great But….
Thanksgiving is a mere four days away, the official start of the holiday season and the time of year when folks celebrate with family and friends, reflecting upon the people and things they’re truly grateful for in their lives.
Sunday's latest news, sport and more from around the region with Lorna Hughes
India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley promised on Sunday to unveil a whole series of “second-generation” reforms to try to kickstart the stuttering economy.
Photo: From “Look at Me: Images of Women & Aging,” University of Sheffiled.WASHINGTON, D.C. — What a stimulating way for me to turn 60, while pondering what it means to age in the company of 4,000 knowledgeable sources earlier this month…
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Going Like 60–Thoughts for Women on the Triumph, Tragedy of Aging
The Daily Herald last week received first-place honors in the Local Media Association’s judging of Newspapers of the Year.
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Herald wins 1st place ‘Newspaper of the Year’ award
A Ukrainian “Right Sector” volunteer takes a rest at his position near the village of Peski, next to Donetsk's airport on Nov.
A contributor to the New York Times magazine recently wrote a glowing piece that mentioned El Paso's famous Segundo Barrio as a corner in Texas worth exploring.