“Reporters are faced with the daily choice of painstakingly researching stories or writing whatever people tell them. Both approaches pay the same.” – Scott Adams Since a very young age (like the age
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In Westport and Hartford, Victor Lundy designed dramatic expressions of mid-century Unitarian Universalism.
“I decided it was my time to give back,” Khatib said. Along with First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, Khatib and other members of Masjid Toronto, a downtown Toronto mosque, are helping bringing
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“Astonishing” and “unprecedented” are two words commonly used to describe the current Syrian refugee crisis. Since the civil war began four years ago, 11 million Syrians facing fear and persecution ha
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Be informed. Click to see an extensive, clear summary of the Iran deal on the White House web site. On July 14, an historic agreement resolving the Iran nuclear issue was finalized in Vienna, culmi
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"People will kill you over time, and how they’ll kill you is with tiny, harmless phrases, like ‘be..."
“People will kill you over time, and how they’ll kill you is with tiny, harmless phrases, like...
the-uterus: #WomenBetrayed is trending, so I thought I’d post this in response.
"The upside of revealing yourself and making yourself vulnerable and speaking your truth about your..."
“The upside of revealing yourself and making yourself vulnerable and speaking your truth about...
It is 1972. I am 7 years old. My mother who normally wears her hair in a large easy to care for afro has just gotten back from the beauty parlour where she has had her hair whipped up into … Continue
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The August 2015 newsletter can be found online here.
By Robert L. Fried Photo credit: Michael Anderson To a new teacher, or a teacher with years of experience, the twenty-first-century classroom can seem overwhelming. Along with the traditional challeng
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The Presidential Search Committee met in closed session to discuss applicants.
Basketball is a simple game of (last I saw, which was not recent, but recent enough) barely controlled violence and strange bending of rules with a round ball, so the owner of a professional team woul
The Arc de Triomphe on the Place de Charles de Gaulle. In many ways the ceremonial inauguration of the Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile (Triumphant Arch of the Star) on July 29, 1836 was a peculiar affair.
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Nonviolent Communication Practice Groups are meeting in August - click above for more information. There are no other Faith Development offerings this month.
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Yesterday, crossing the Slattery bridge over Boston’s Fairmount train line, I noticed this burned U.S. dollar on the sidewalk. Who knows the trivial tale here? While my first thought was that some you
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