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Once largely ignored by charities, the under-44 crowd is now out-pacing its elders in their personal giving habits, a trend fueled by social media and volunteerism. "For a long time, an awful lot of nonprofits never talked to people under 44," said Mark...
Iggy Pop was living in an efficiency apartment near the Whisky a Go Go when a gangly Brit visited him, seeking a theme song for his first movie. The filmmaker was Alex Cox, a graduate of UCLA film school, and the movie was "Repo Man," which would, after a...
DALLAS — The five men who have held the title of president gathered to celebrate the dedication of George W. Bush's presidential library at Southern Methodist University on Thursday, a rare reunion that focused on praising his achievements and...
ANTAKYA, Turkey — In newly printed textbooks at dozens of Syrian refugee schools, a small piece of Middle East geography has been amended. Seventy-five years ago, Turkey annexed the northern Syrian territory of Hatay against the will of Syria, but...
Tags: Culture, Turkey, Sociology, Politics, Armed Forces
"Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible," a traveling exhibition opening at the Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College on Monday, April 22, celebrates the 400th anniversary of the first printing of the King James...
Maryland's highest-ranking judge, Robert M. Bell, likes that his courthouse is dedicated to his predecessor, pointing out that the letters etching Robert C. Murphy's name on the building's exterior are filled in gold paint to make sure even nighttime...
CAIRO — The Mass was celebrated as if from centuries past: A bearded priest veiled in incense chanted for grace in a church along the Nile, near the spot where Christians believe Jesus and his mother sought refuge in an earlier age of bloodshed...
This Easter was one I will never forget, not entirely unlike those we like enjoy in the Hub City or elsewhere in the Dakota Midland or elsewhere throughout the Northern Plains. This Easter I was also taken back to the Easter I experienced 22 years ago,...
Tags: Afghanistan, NATO, Saudi Arabia, U.S. Army, Religion and Belief
The title of John Donnelly's play "The Knowledge" comes from the famously detailed road maps and directions that London cab drivers are obliged to memorize before they attain their license to drive a black cab. Some days in Chicago, you might wish for...
More than 250 students will receive degrees during Northern State University’s spring commencement, exercises, which begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the NSU Barnett Center. ESPN sports journalist and best-selling author Buster Olney will deliver...
WASHINGTON -- This last weekend of April displays the very best and the very worst of Washington. Most of the country sees the worst part: the triumph of money and power. For the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner Saturday and its...
You can't avoid stress completely, but you can keep it from wearing you down. A positive attitude, if you can muster it, is the strongest shield against stress, says Stefan Hofmann, professor of psychology at Boston University. He urges optimism instead...
Tags: Psychology, Religion and Belief
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