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Morto for me: excruciating encounters with my tee...
Morto for me: excruciating encounters with my teenage self in an old diary Black Panther sympathies in white suburban Ireland, affinities with Tupac and Jim Morrison, and painful attempts to woo girls...
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Rialto Unified: In wake of Holocaust assignment, ...
RIALTO >> In the wake of a school assignment that asked middle school students to argue for or against the existence of the Holocaust that caused international outrage, Rialto Unified officials and...
Read more at Pasadena Star-News
Tillie was born Feb. 5, 1919, in Drake, to Henry and Josephine (Zeigler) Lemer. She was raised on the family farm in McHenry County, near Drake. She was united in marriage to Pius Wentz on Nov. 20,...
Read more at Minot Daily News
Zach Galifianakis' Best Musical Comedy Moments
Best bits: Galifianakis trying to make his tractor hydraulics look gangsta, rapping about "hoes" while gesturing at cows. The "Between Two Ferns" episode with Justin BieberIt starts with Galifianakis...
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Why I Took a Selfie at the 9/11 Memorial
A teen who snapped a smiling selfie in front of the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York says he did so to remember an important milestone -- not out of disrespect. "It's a very emotional place,...
Read more at ABC News
SLT holds Bravo! Awards
The Shreveport Little Theatre held its 13th Annual Bravo! Awards Monday evening at Shreveport Little Theatre with over 100 in attendance. The 92nd season membership voted on the awards, which...
Read more at KTBS Shreveport
Defending the 'Auschwitz selfie'
But Mitchell is not the first teenager to generate Internet outrage by her response to the Holocaust. When Justin Bieber visited the
House last year, he wrote in the museum guest book,...
Read more at CBS 6 Richmond
Actually, Toto, We Are Still In Kansas
Actually, Toto, We Are Still In KansasWealthy Mission Hills Is Not Exactly Full of Jews The morning of the annual Old Mission Hills Fourth of July Party, I warned Adharsh, my boyfriend at the time...
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A Farewell to Arms
Smiling selfie at Auschwitz leaves a poor taste
More than one million people died within its walls, but that didn't stop "Princess Breanna" from tweeting a smiling selfie at the Auschwitz concentration camp. Adorned with a grinning emoticon,...
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Auschwitz Concentration Camp
Thanksgiving in Mongolia
My favorite game when I was a child was Mummy and Explorer. My father and I would trade off roles: one of us had to lie very still with eyes closed and arms crossed over the chest, and the other had...
Read more at The New Yorker
Rialto Unified board member: Holocaust assignment...
John Valenzuela — staff photographer Rabbi Hillel Cohn of Congregation Emanu El in Redlands shows the Rialto Unified school board on Wednesday evening Jewish identification cards given to his family...
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Our weekly concert picks: July 16-July 22
It’s the middle of the summer and there are a million cool things going on. Get psyched! Friday, July 18: Cheers Elephant with Toy Soldiers About 8 months ago, Cheers Elephant—the rollicking,...
Read more at Philly.com
Belle & Sebastian
Tenure haters’ big delusion: Why Campbell Brown a...
For a good number of reformers, fixing the problems with our educational system works a lot like it does in “Freedom Writers.” It’s your classic nice-white-lady-meets-inner-city-school flick. Plopped...
Read more at Salon.com
The Diary of Anne Frank
Museum of Tolerance
Ruse On the Problem Of Evil
Over at The New York Times, Gary Gutting has an interview with philosopher Michael Ruse. It is part of a series on philosophy and religion. There are several interesting nuggets in the interview, but...
Read more at ScienceBlogs
The New York Times
California school district sows seeds of Holocaus...
The San Bernardino County Sun obtained examples of the graded writings from the project, part of the district's English curriculum, which garnered outrage from many groups after the nature of the...
Read more at Washington Examiner
Nordic noir harks back to fireside Agatha Christie
... Angels' by Camilla Lackberg (HarperCollins) Unlike many of her Nordic noir contemporaries, Lackberg's novels are at the "cosier" end of crime fiction, and are almost Agatha Christie-ish. This...
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The New York Times
Festival offers lessons for teachers and students
Nearly a dozen sixth-grade students from Middle Georgia were instructed to flee from their classroom on July 9. The barefooted 11-and 12-year-olds ran from their soon-to-be captors and faced obstacles...
Read more at Macon Telegraph
Middle Georgia State College
Sacred Heart School
Declaration of Independence
We Enter the Age of the Creep
It seems safe to say that most people are rightfully frightened by the implications of widespread and comprehensive state surveillance, especially when confronted with the implications to democracy...
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Little Red Riding Hood
43 Reasons You Can Accomplish Great Things At Any...
At 69, Ronald Reagan became the 40th president of the United States. But we can learn from those who have come before us, who achieved at every age and in every circumstance of life: At 5, Mozart...
Read more at Business Insider
Wright Thompson: Mahela Jayawardene is a man who ...
Three years ago, the Sri Lankan cricket team rode through the streets of Lahore, Pakistan, on the third day of a Test match. Captain Mahela Jayawardene, who is to his country what Derek Jeter is to...
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