Forty Arguments To Have With Your Husband Before You Die

Forty Arguments To Have With Your Husband Before You Die

By Roz Warren and Janet Golden  Do you and your hubby have the same old arguments over and over? Are you starting to think there […]

The Write Way to Go Back to School

The Write Way to Go Back to School

Every year, Poets and Writers Magazine comes out with what they call the MFA issue. Every year, I look through the pages and sigh. “I […]

For One Substitute Teacher, Noir Can’t Stand the Light of Day

For One Substitute Teacher, Noir Can’t Stand the Light of Day

NEEDHAM, Mass.  Ray Vronick is a former English major who thought he’d hit the big time when his collection of dark short stories–“Anywhere But Here”–garnered […]

God Food.

God Food.

How those of us with dyslexia find God.

5 Things in My Makeup Bag Besides This Sandwich

5 Things in My Makeup Bag Besides This Sandwich

As a beauty editor, I’m forever on the lookout for new products. But you know I’ve got my must-haves handy, as soon as I move […]

The Old Curmudgeon Meets the Boy in the Boat

The Old Curmudgeon Meets the Boy in the Boat

A Friday afternoon in August and, like a lot of other paper-shufflers in Boston, I sneak out of the office for the 4:30 train from South […]

Sunday Scribble 8/30/15

Sunday Scribble 8/30/15

Please check out Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft on Amazon.com and look for Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft II  (HOPress) fall 2015

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Forty Arguments To Have With Your Husband Before You Die

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By Roz Warren and Janet Golden  Do you and your hubby have the same old arguments over and over? Are you starting to think there […]

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The Write Way to Go Back to School

August 31, 2015
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Every year, Poets and Writers Magazine comes out with what they call the MFA issue. Every year, I look through the pages and sigh. “I […]

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For One Substitute Teacher, Noir Can’t Stand the Light of Day

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NEEDHAM, Mass.  Ray Vronick is a former English major who thought he’d hit the big time when his collection of dark short stories–“Anywhere But Here”–garnered […]

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God Food.

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How those of us with dyslexia find God.

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5 Things in My Makeup Bag Besides This Sandwich

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As a beauty editor, I’m forever on the lookout for new products. But you know I’ve got my must-haves handy, as soon as I move […]

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The Old Curmudgeon Meets the Boy in the Boat

August 30, 2015
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A Friday afternoon in August and, like a lot of other paper-shufflers in Boston, I sneak out of the office for the 4:30 train from South […]

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Sunday Scribble 8/30/15

August 30, 2015
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Please check out Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft on Amazon.com and look for Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft II  (HOPress) fall 2015

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This is why I don’t eat an apple a day.

August 30, 2015
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I have no idea how it happened but it happened. I know there was alcohol involved and a philosophical debate about why I shouldn’t become […]

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Yay, Ampersand

August 29, 2015
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YAY, AMPERSAND The ampersand, one of my favorite symbols, I must say, ending in the same word it symbolizes. And it’s exciting, starting off with […]

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A Friday Night Ride With the Kosher Krusher

August 29, 2015
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It’s time to bring more non-Jews into the faith. Arnold M. Eisen, Wanted: Converts to Judaism, Wall Street Journal FULTON, Ohio. It’s the opening night […]

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Not the right time to tell her that she’s blonde.

August 29, 2015
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Jill Y decided not to go into work. I asked her about the ramifications of her action and she smiled and showed me the below […]

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Alana Atwood And The Awful Very Bad No Good Sentence

August 28, 2015
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My friend Alana Atwood, who edits a prestigious Seattle-based literary magazine, recently received a submission that was poorly written. Is this unusual? Not at all. […]

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As Families Tighten Belts, Distressed Jeans Feel Pinch

August 28, 2015
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OAK PARK, Illinois. Martha Reznik is the mother of a teenaged son, Todd, whose summer growth spurt means a trip to the mall for new […]

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Relief For Sleep Deprived Flyers

August 28, 2015
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“Tonight I Sleep!” The other day I was trying to read on a flight. But I couldn’t concentrate. I was in an aisle seat, and […]

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The Arrival Of The Mother Ship.

August 28, 2015
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I told Jill Y that we should stop seeing each other for a while. I suggested seven days would be the ideal amount of time […]

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Cutty Sark Scuttles Coach Sark

August 27, 2015
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CUTTY SARK SCUTTLES COACH SARK USC coach Steve Sarkisian apologized for being a drunk-word-slurring-F-bomb-tossing-dildo-joke-telling jerk at last Saturday’s Salute to Troy event. Okay, about that. […]

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The Dolly Madison Servers Hacked

August 27, 2015
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Screw the Ashley Madison lists… I just found out the DOLLY MADISON subscriber list was hacked! I’ve already started to apologize to my kids, family […]

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Pressure Mounts on Normal Kids to Get Personality Disorder

August 27, 2015
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FLORISSANT, Mo.  Amy Ratcliffe is a high school junior who says she’s “on the bubble” for her first college choice, Vanderbilt University.  “I bombed the […]

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I got 99 problems but the rich ain’t one.

August 27, 2015
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If I was to honestly describe myself, I would say I am ambitious in thought but lazy in action. I’ve often thought about the problems […]

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Pat Robertson: God Controls Stock Market

August 26, 2015
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PAT ROBERTSON SAYS GOD CONTROLS STOCK MARKET “The stock market plunge,” says televangelist Pat Robertson, “is God’s punishment for our government funding Planned Parenthood.” Whoa! […]

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The boomer bedtime ritual ain’t what it used to be

August 26, 2015
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Once upon a time, going to bed entailed little more than a face-plant onto the mattress – especially after a night out with friends. Back […]

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