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rosy-cole's picture
Aug.02.2012
  Wild Olympic flame gathering energy on deluged thoroughfares banishing our ruined dreams fresh vision kindled   The nation focused reminiscent spectacle of our heritage gone the touchstone of its soul the flint and tinder   struck by our forebears tillers of the untamed earth...
robert-earle's picture
Jun.24.2012
Becoming Dickens: The invention of a novelist is a really good book.  I don’t normally come out and say something like that right from the start, but this book is elaborately researched, perceptive, intriguing, and very well written.  The Charles Dickens who appears here is...
manny-pacheco's picture
Jun.02.2012
So, you thought Borders stores had gone away? A bankruptcy judge is expected to hear a case from two consumers who got stuck with $125 in unused gift cards. They have requested the court approve their claim as part of a class action lawsuit. In essence, they  are ...
donna-ballman's picture
Sep.13.2011
An ugly new trend is spreading in the workplace, and the courts say it's okay. If you're trying to get a job, employers can now discriminate against you in ways that current employers can't. A Potential Employer Can Retaliate Against You For Suing Your Employer The latest attack on...
heywood-gould's picture
Aug.25.2011
 Reprint from March 27, 2009 THE DAILY EVENT FUTURE BEAT Sparing no expense in its determination to pique the interest of its demanding, easily distracted readership, the Daily Event has sent reporter Dale Arden hurtling at near light speed--and great personal risk-- through a...
heywood-gould's picture
Aug.25.2011
 Reprint from March 27, 2009 THE DAILY EVENT FUTURE BEAT Sparing no expense in its determination to pique the interest of its demanding, easily distracted readership, the Daily Event has sent reporter Dale Arden hurtling at near light speed--and great personal risk-- through a...
karen-dionne's picture
Feb.17.2011
Beginning as early as the end of the week, 6,000 Borders employees will be out work, and publishers will likely lose millions of dollars in bad debt. Hardest hit will be "midlist" authors -- those whose books aren't bestsellers but still do well enough to justify their publication. See...
warren-adie-riley's picture
Apr.16.2010
"Goldman Sachs. The Vampire Squid".  What is Goldman Sachs? The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a global investment banking and securities firm which engages in investment banking, securities services, investment management and other financial services primarily with institutional clients....
monty-heying's picture
Jan.22.2010
Among the many that I've read, Raymond Carver's "Are These Actual Miles," ranks among the top. The story is especially relevant in today's troubled times, and it's told in language that's accessible, the unimbellished truth about the imperfect lives of imperfect people. ...
rand-bishop's picture
Sep.09.2009
My Friends, I’m deeply concerned. The national discussion about health insurance reform has leapt the rails. Partisan name-calling has replaced rational discourse. Too many Americans are falling for the lies and misinformation being put forth by those who oppose this desperately needed change....