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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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Occasionally, maybe once every 300 years, France actually does something that is intuitively correct, progressive and ethically enlightened. more
Imagine a presidential candidate who has actually lived in the White House for eight years and been witness to the process of decision-making at the highest levels of government. more
Florrie Schwartzberg was my first boss in the newspaper business. I know it’s slightly irregular in an obituary not to sing praises exclusively . . . more
As we go about our lives, Dr. Oliver Sacks, 81, is facing the end of his. The brilliant neurologist and writer . . . more
I am far enough away from my teenage years, and smart enough, I hope, to realize that I have no clue what interests and entertains teenagers today. more
The mess at NBC news does remind me of a giant burger. In particular, Brian Williams appears so well put together . . . more
My darling Zoe, who turns 15 this week, is very much the object of my love and attention, valentine-wise and otherwise. more
I cannot stress enough how important it is to be good to yourself in February. more
From the urgent, breaking news reports last week, one might have thought that a young, dynamic world leader was cut down in his prime. However, it was actually the 90-year-old king of Saudi Arabia . . . more
My parents are 95 and 91, and we never had “the talk.” Well, we did have a talk once — the other talk . . . more
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