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In 1963 I was the messenger boy for Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of the New York Times. I bicycled throughout Manhattan running messages and packages, and prosecuting Sulzberger’s will. On any given day he would introduce me to the political...
I've had a blast working on “In the Shadow of Greatness,” a nonprofit book co-written by U.S. Naval Academy Class of 2002. Required disclaimer: I am one of 33 contributors to the book. My activities are all pro bono. The authors and editors...
You’d think that Caltech would be in the forefront of online learning, but the Beavers are late to this rodeo. This week, Caltech finally announced that it will provide free online classes thought Coursera ("The World's Best Courses. Online, for...
Sometime Wednesday morning, while flipping between a TV news interview with tearful Olympic athlete Lolo Jones (her feelings hurt by a New York Times piece critical of her track performances in recent days) and an update on the series of earthquakes...
We relate well to body markers we can see and quantify because they make sense. So, many fitness- related studies are focused on muscle, bone, endurance, and so forth. But there is a vital, essential feature about you that gets little credit. It’s...
Q. It’s that time of year again, graduation season, when many of our youth are getting ready to leave the nest to live away from home for the first time in their lives. Do you have any words of wisdom for our college-bound graduates when it comes...
Tags: Colleges and Universities, Homes, Students, Graduation, Ethics
The little ghosts and goblins will be out and about this coming Monday eve, so make sure your candy bowl is full. Montrose Shopping Park will be having its annual party for the kids. The “Halloween Spooktacular” begins in the village at 5 p....
Tags: Festive Events, Travel, Entertainment, Holidays, Asia
The busiest weeks of the year are approaching, as people hustle and bustle to get ready for the holiday season. Then there is Lobsang Tenzin Negi, a former Buddhist monk who presides over a Buddhist monastery in Atlanta. He teaches a form of meditation...
Tags: Bible, Holidays, Yoga, New York City, Christmas
Cyber bullying has become more and more commonplace in schools, seemingly replacing or becoming part of common playground bullying. This issue has been brought into the forefront on the heels of the suicide of 18-year-old Rutgers University freshman Tyler...
They come to be healed. They are people afflicted with everything from paralysis, cancer to blindness. Some travel great distances for a promise to be healed instantly in the name of Jesus Christ. ABC's "Nightline" this week aired a report titled "Turning...
I was heading up Angeles Crest the other night, taking Sabine home from her dance class. We were flying along listening to some haunting lyrics: “Can we pretend that airplanes in the night sky are like shooting stars/I could really use a wish...
A recent op-ed piece published in the New York Times states that American clergy are burning out as they try to meet their congregations' demands for more lighthearted messages. Is it possible for the clergy to tailor their sermons to congregations hungry...
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