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Salon.com
When his father had Alzheimer’s, Jonathan Kozol learned how bleak gerontological care can be: “Good god, what happens to people who don’t have the advantages we had?”I don’t think anyone who read “ Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s Sch
When his father had Alzheimer’s, Jonathan Kozol learned how bleak gerontological care can be: “Good god, what happens to people who don’t have the advantages we had?”
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
I don’t think anyone who read “ Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s Schools” by Jonathan Kozol would easily forget it. It took me, a child of the leafy suburbs of affluent North Dallas, to a place that was unimaginably cruel and dehumanizing,... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Season Preview 2015: TheaterTheater producer Winnie Wenglewick will return to Orlando this year with two pr
Season Preview 2015: Theater
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
Theater producer Winnie Wenglewick will return to Orlando this year with two productions. Her venue is not yet established; check dangeroustheatre.com for information. THE PERFECT GIFT, Nov. 20-Dec. 20: An examination of the commercialization of the... Read more
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The Atlantic
In Their Own Words: 30 Donald Trump Supporters Explain Their ViewsRelated Story The dozens of replies that I received from across the United Sta
In Their Own Words: 30 Donald Trump Supporters Explain Their Views
The Atlantic / Posted 14 days ago
Related Story The dozens of replies that I received from across the United States make up the largest collection I’ve encountered of Trump supporters setting forth their thinking in their own words. And having read through this non-representative... Read more
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Salon.com
The gentrification of “Sesame Street”: Cashing out, once and for all, from the radical notion that the urban working class are people, tooWell, it’s been a long time coming, but it’s time to admit that like every othe
The gentrification of “Sesame Street”: Cashing out, once and for all, from the radical notion that the urban working class are people, too
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
Well, it’s been a long time coming, but it’s time to admit that like every other trendy NYC neighborhood that gets spotlighted on a TV show, “ I admit I haven’t been a regular viewer of the program since I hit puberty, having long ago familiarized... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
HBO deal rescues ‘Sesame Street;’ cable money will preserve original mission on PBSThe announcement Thursday morning, initially, seemed apocalyptic: “Sesame Stree
HBO deal rescues ‘Sesame Street;’ cable money will preserve original mission on PBS
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 18 days ago
The announcement Thursday morning, initially, seemed apocalyptic: “Sesame Street” is leaving PBS for HBO. “The idea that ‘Sesame Street’ would be exclusively on a cable television channel, that would have been blasphemous,” said Robert Thompson,... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Scott McKenzie: Embodying Mister Rogers' idealFriends often talk of signs that helped them make decisions. I'm not so sure,
Scott McKenzie: Embodying Mister Rogers' ideal
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
Friends often talk of signs that helped them make decisions. I'm not so sure, but maybe I'm in Orlando because I've met some terrific people through the years. I'd put Mix 105.1 host Scott McKenzie at the top of the list ... up there with a few... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Missing Jon Stewart already? At least you can see his 'Daily Show' set at NewseumYou may have said goodbye Thursday to Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show," but you
Missing Jon Stewart already? At least you can see his 'Daily Show' set at Newseum
Los Angeles Times / Posted 24 days ago
You may have said goodbye Thursday to Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show," but you can still see the set where he held court on TV for 16 years: It has been donated to the Newseum in Washington, D.C. For travelers on the trail of pop culture items,... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Philanthropist, GOP powerbroker Elsie Hillman dies at 89FILE - In this Feb. 21, 2002 file photo, philanthropist and political activist
Philanthropist, GOP powerbroker Elsie Hillman dies at 89
Greenwich Time / Posted 27 days ago
FILE - In this Feb. 21, 2002 file photo, philanthropist and political activist Elsie Hillman, left, and her billionaire industrialist husband Henry Hillman, back, accompany recipients of the Elsie Awards for community service, children's television... Read more
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The News-Times
Philanthropist, GOP powerbroker Elsie Hillman dies at 89FILE - In this Feb. 21, 2002 file photo, philanthropist and political activist
Philanthropist, GOP powerbroker Elsie Hillman dies at 89
The News-Times / Posted 27 days ago
FILE - In this Feb. 21, 2002 file photo, philanthropist and political activist Elsie Hillman, left, and her billionaire industrialist husband Henry Hillman, back, accompany recipients of the Elsie Awards for community service, children's television... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Daniel Tiger, neighborhood friends set to roll into ReadingMister Rogers' trolley is set to roll into downtown Reading with some familiar
Daniel Tiger, neighborhood friends set to roll into Reading
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 28 days ago
Mister Rogers' trolley is set to roll into downtown Reading with some familiar faces on board. A live version of the popular animated PBS KIDS television show "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" will take the stage at the Santander Performing Arts Center... Read more
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Philly.com
The Spot: Gullifty's in RosemontWe always hear about the shiny, new food companies. The Spot is a series about
The Spot: Gullifty's in Rosemont
Philly.com / Posted 29 days ago
We always hear about the shiny, new food companies. The Spot is a series about the Philadelphia area's more established establishments and the people behind them. In 1975, when Gene Johnson and his business partner Andy Zangrilli opened Gullifty’s... Read more
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Salem News
COMMON PLEAS COURTBarbara A. McMillen, New Waterford, vs. Matthew S. Stanley, New Waterford, $1,3
COMMON PLEAS COURT
Salem News / Posted a month ago
Barbara A. McMillen, New Waterford, vs. Matthew S. Stanley, New Waterford, $1,300 plus $650 per month starting June 2 until plaintiff recovers the property on Hawkins Road, New Waterford. Canon Construction Corp., East Liverpool, vs. Alsan Corp. et... Read more
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Salon.com
Fred Rogers, quiet radical: The misunderstood legacy of “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood”This article originally appeared on Michael Long’s new book, Peaceful Neighbor
Fred Rogers, quiet radical: The misunderstood legacy of “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood”
Salon.com / Posted 1 months ago
This article originally appeared on Michael Long’s new book, Peaceful Neighbor, dares to place Mister Rogers in his social, historical, and political context. I say “dares” because this can be more threatening to the reader than she might expect.... Read more

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