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Nobody wants to be a buzz-kill when it comes to Halloween. I love my candy corn as much as the next grandma, but . . . more
One of the most popular movies about the apocalyptic notion of a giant meteor striking Earth and destroying civilization was “Deep Impact,” a 1998 disaster film . . . more
If you know American history, or you remember it, “The whole world is watching!” is the unforgettable chant shouted by thousands of young Vietnam War protesters as they were tear-gassed and beaten with clubs . . . more
They work outside in rain, sleet and snow, keeping our most precious commodity — our children — safe. more
Most elections are about the current candidates, who are seeking a variety of offices all over America. This one, however, will be the equivalent of two elections . . . more
With the Jewish High Holy Days and Yom Kippur behind us, we in the Jewish community look forward to all that is to come in the new year, 5783 on the Hebrew calendar. more
Hurricanes are the world’s costliest natural disasters, and they’re intensifying because of climate change. Eighty-five percent of all hurricane damage . . . more
Why do you have to make everything a political issue? some readers ask, and then they sign off with, “[Expletive] Biden!” more
Religious institutions have been under significant financial strain in recent years. Churches and synagogues have been sold, congregations scattered or merged with other communities, staff cut. more
This Sunday is the beginning of National Fire Prevention Week, a century-old public health observance created by the National Fire Protection Association . . . more
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