In a time when a presidential candidate can launch a campaign based on a single complaint – i.e. “The Rent Is Too Damn High,” – the Tampa Bay area once again offers a cause for hope. Among comparable metropolitan...Read More
Today, we devote a lot of attention to fake news – but what’s really interesting is that America as we know it would not exist without propaganda. The “Founding Fathers” had a lot of gumption, but they were...Read More
They say it’s bad luck when a black cat crosses your path – except for when you see a certain ticking American icon grinning at you from the wall. That’s right, I’m talking about the Kit-Kat Clock. “Kit-Kat”...Read More
If you followed the news last summer, you know it wasn’t a campfire that caused the Camp fire. The most destructive wildfire in California history, it killed 85 people and tragically destroyed a town called Paradise.1...Read More
The opera, the ballet, the symphony… the newspaper? If you live in Utah, there might be one more nonprofit institution giving you a call in hopes of an end-of-year gift. The Salt Lake Tribune is making waves in...Read More
One of the most groan-inducing aspects of the nightly news – or even the “health” section of major newspapers – is the periodical flip-flop over whether red wine is good for your heart. Is it or is it not?...Read More
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