Disneyland family holiday: Still the happiest place on earth - Daily Liberal Disneyland family holiday: Still the happiest place on earth - Narooma News 07/4/2015 - 2:02 pm | View Link
Empathy: Overrated? - Yahoo! News ” according to Jeremy Rifkin’s 2010 book The ... And empathy can cause people to choose to ... “Go after not what gives you buzz, but what ... 07/4/2015 - 12:13 pm | View Link
Birth and Vaccination: Are We REALLY Independent? - Mothering I don’t mean to be a buzz-kill, truly I don’t. ... Are We Truly Free to Choose? ... all contrary evidence . Her discoveries led to the ... 07/3/2015 - 9:00 am | View Link
CAROL FEENEY: Art abounds in the summertime - Belleville Intelligencer Baxter Arts Centre in Bloomfield is a-buzz with ... a Create Your Own Comic Book Workshop for 8 to ... Choose among a variety of subscription ... 07/3/2015 - 6:03 am | View Link
Still the happiest place on earth - Brisbane Times For younger kids, the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters ... Fortunately we choose the latter, as we ... for surviving Disneyland STAY RIGHT THERE Do ... 07/2/2015 - 11:12 am | View Link
U.S. World Cup triumph should level playing field for women's sports I was cheering about the role models on display: From Lloyd and Wambach, to Kelley O'Hara (she's a favorite in our household for obvious reasons) to Alex Morgan, soccer star and author of the best-selling book series ... money and buzz that men get. 07/7/2015 - 12:45 pm | View Link
Comic-Con 2015: The Best Panels of SDCC [Part 1] Look, there’s A TON of good stuff going on at Comic-Con this year, from the regular costumed and cosplay characters, to gossipy buzz ... from across the comic book, entertainment and superhero sectors. But how do you choose what to go to? 07/7/2015 - 11:14 am | View Link
13 cities that should be on everyone’s travelling bucket list With so many great vacation spots to choose from and various travel campaigns being run ... Lan Kwai Fong Beer and Music Fest and Hong Kong Book Fair- all upcoming in 2015. 4) Manila, Philippines This metropolitan city has a lot to offer. 07/7/2015 - 8:08 am | View Link
Book a cruise with confidence Similarly check the ports you will be stopping at as some will have few athletic adventures while others will have many to choose from. Cruises are great with kids but here are some things worth asking the travel agent about when you book. Is there a kids ... 07/2/2015 - 6:53 pm | View Link
Book a future cruise during the July 4 weekend and save sale, cruise this summer or fall and choose a value added-value perk: free drinks, free tips or up to $300 in onboard spending credit. The offer applies to ocean-view and higher stateroom categories; book a European cruise and choose two of the perks. 07/2/2015 - 1:42 am | View Link
Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge ™ is a free online reading program for children. Join today and let’s set a new reading world record for summer 2015! 07/7/2015 - 8:18 am | View Website
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Amazon.com: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement ... Amazon.com: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement (9780156334600): Milton Friedman, Rose Friedman: Books 07/6/2015 - 11:11 am | View Website
Last week’s disastrous launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket offered a fiery reminder that space remains a distant, final frontier. Who could have guessed our progress toward the stars would be so slow and problematic? In the 1960s, when my dad worked as an engineer on the Asset program for McDonnell, Mom and I used to sit on Cocoa Beach and watch the missile launches.
Roz Chast’s “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” set a high bar for memoirs about caring for aging parents. Jonathan Kozol’s “The Theft of Memory” can stand proudly beside Chast’s on the growing shelf of literature about losing loved ones to dementia. Though Kozol’s book lacks Chast’s wit (and cartoons), it shares that book’s refreshing frankness and lack of self-pity.
I feel sorry for British readers, who had to wait a full year — from January 2013 until January 2014 — for all three installments of this mesmerizing trilogy to be available. Here on this side of the Atlantic, by contrast, they have arrived all at once, allowing us to indulge our American urge for instant gratification.
“Bitter Bronx: Thirteen Stories,” by Jerome Charyn. Liveright Publishing Corp./Division of W. W. Norton & Co., New York, 2015. 223 pages. $24.95. Most people who read Jerome Charyn’s new book of short stories, “Bitter Bronx,” won’t know much about Robert Moses or what happened after the controversial “master builder’s” Cross-Bronx Expressway sliced through this borough and, according to many including the author, wrought upheaval.