Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775
It's back-to-school time, ushering in the predictable mix of anticipation and anxiety that fills the end-of-summer air once Labor Day approaches. But there's something else going on this year that threatens the normalcy of our kids' classrooms. Educational institutions across the country will be ringing in the new academic year facing the duel challenge of economic shortfalls and medical pitfalls...
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Remember the images of newsboys hawking papers on city streets? Well, those guys are grown-up; they're old men. And their customers? They're not even around anymore. As for their medium, that's now a source of news itself these days. A month doesn't go by without someone sounding the death knell of newspapers. We hear it in the form of Chapter...
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Leave it to Quentin Tarantino to take a stereotype and send it spinning on its head. That's exactly what the "Pulp Fiction" director has done with "Inglourious Basterds," his latest movie, opening in the region this Friday, in which Jews don't play the victims -- for a change -- during the Holocaust. To everything, change ... and it's a welcome...
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Right on schedule, the proverbial dog days of summer are upon us -- those hot, sultry days when the blast of heat smacks you in the face the moment you step outside. Those days that herald the melancholy end-of-summer blues that few of us can escape. No matter what our age, we use these pre-Labor Day weeks to cling to...
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In the ever-elusive quest for peace between Israel and her Arab neighbors, what goes around comes around. And much of it is not very encouraging. The Obama administration is signaling plans for yet another international conference, Arab nations are once again rejecting U.S. pleas for gestures toward Israel, and even Yasser Arafat has risen from the dead to cast his...
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