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Soaring High

April 25, 2017
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US astronaut Peggy Whitson breaks American spaceflight record. The only other American higher longer is Willie Nelson.   Paul LanderPaul Lander is not sure which he is proudest of — winning the Nobel Peace Prize…

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Mr. Picarella goes to Washington

April 21, 2017
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Mr. Picarella is not a mister. He’s a 13-year-old kid. He’s my kid! My wife and I try to protect him from the world, but I promise, we don’t shelter him. We let him ride…

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Surgery and Naughty Furniture

April 20, 2017
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Surgery has never been as much fun. I had cataract surgery on my right eye a few days ago. They didn’t put me in a bed to prep for it; they put me in a…

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Roz Warren’s Doctor Who Bingo

April 18, 2017
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Fellow Whovians! At long last, Season Ten is here! So — let’s play Doctor Who Bingo!   (Roz Warren is the author of JUST ANOTHER DAY AT YOUR LOCAL PUBLIC LIBRARY:AN INSIDER’S TALES OF LIBRARY LIFE…

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The Devil in New York

April 12, 2017
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The Devil in New York

According to an article in The Gothamist, a group of people plan to perform an exorcism of the AT&T Building in Tribeca, in the Borough of Manhattan, New York City. They believe that the NSA…

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HOPress Highlights Talented Moms Dorothy Rosby and Margie Cherry for Mother’s Day

April 12, 2017
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As the most important holiday of the year approaches—yes, Mother’s Day—there is no holiday more important. It would behoove you not to argue with this premise.  Who doesn’t love a mother? Not sure of what…

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Out of the Frying Pan and into the Microwave

April 10, 2017
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It seems that when people meet my partner and me, they always want to know who’s the cook, and I always ask myself, why does it matter? Most people want to automatically assign roles in…

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The Ultimate Modern Humor Article

April 8, 2017
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Researchers at various humor think tanks and humor websites have been exhaustingly searching for clues on how to adapt comic articles to our modern times. With the increased dumbing down of the intellect imposed on…

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Dog walk has a second purpose

April 8, 2017
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I could walk my dog past other people on walks (“Oh, he’s so cute!”), by kids on skateboards (out of nowhere, they come piercing through the quiet evening), through construction zones with jackhammering (Thd-thd-thd-thd-thd), into…

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Author Roz Warren Returns with Another Book of Library Laughter Just Another Day at your Local Public Library: An Insider’s Tales of Library Life

April 6, 2017
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Just in time for National Library Week (April 9 – 15), library humorist Roz Warren is back with a second collection of wise and witty essays about life in the stacks. Just Another Day At…

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How to Write and Share Humor
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