The Miracle on Main Street parade scheduled for Saturday, November 24th, 2018 in Westminster has been cancelled. Unfortunately due to the worsening forecast we have cancelled the Miracle on Main Street Parade.
Facebook’s annus horribilis continues to exceed the expectations of even its harshest critics, with a withering New York Times exposé of management blunders just the latest installment in Facebook’s troubles. As overheated speculation continues as to whether this is a premature decline for the company or simply temporary growing pains, there remains one inescapable fact:… via … Continue reading Facebook and The Innovator’s Dilemma — Columbia Journalism Review
Until only a few weeks ago, Sunny Dhillon was a reporter with The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper. Since 2010, he’d worked out of the Vancouver office; in October, shortly after a civic election, he quit. He explained why in a piece for Medium, Journalism While Brown and When to Walk Away: in an… via … Continue reading ‘It all played out very suddenly’: Former Globe and Mail reporter on resigning over race dispute — Columbia Journalism Review
At the White House press conference yesterday, the president berated CNN reporter Jim Acosta as he was asking a question about the caravan and Donald Trump’s use of the word “invasion” to describe it. As Acosta sought an answer from the president, a young female White House intern repeatedly tried to grab the microphone out… via … Continue reading To Trump supporters, CNN’s Jim Acosta is an enemy and a selfie trophy — Columbia Journalism Review
On this election day, we hope that most of you already got out there and exercised your right to vote! For those of you who have not, please do! If you are still sitting there thinking, “Well, I don’t know. What does it matter? My vote doesn’t matter.” KNOCK IT OFF! RIGHT NOW!
If you are disenchanted by national elections (re-read the first meme), then for the love of Zeus think of our local government. Do you want to see someone like Cindy Rose sneak onto the school board? Someone who doesn’t have the temperament, much less the background necessary to be a functional member of our local school board. But hey, yesterday she decided it was finally about time she put out her platform. BEHOLD:
What is with the quotations?
If you need any further evidence of her unfitness, just go to our site and…
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By Barry Rascovar Nov. 4, 2018 — Why is Wallace Loh still president of the University of Maryland’s flagship College Park campus? Loh followed the wishes of UM’s board of regents, then defied them, by firing D.J. Durkin as football coach — without bothering to consult with the regents. This poisons Loh’s already shaky relationship… via … Continue reading Loh Must Go — politicalmaryland.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/4KLUfViw0QI?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent 2 Quick Announcements! First: Your toothpaste is on it’s way! If you ordered the “magic toothpaste” that is my latest craze, get excited, because it should be arriving to you on Saturday! Click here to get your own tube! Secondly: I finally got around to making a fun Unboxing Video about my Fall FabFitFun … Continue reading The Kavanaugh Senate Hearing — BeautyBeyondBones
It will preach: Brother Martin Luther said that “We are not only responsible for what we say, but we are also responsible for what we do not say.” by Timothy Brown “Take It Seriously. Listen. Seriously.” Read more here: https://endlessfalling.wordpress.com/2018/09/27/take-it-seriously-listen-seriously/
Brother Martin Luther said that “We are not only responsible for what we say, but we are also responsible for what we do not say.”
This is an unusually partisan time we’re living through. As a pastor and public person, I feel it heavy on me at times. And though I know what I’m about to offer might sound like I’m furthering those partisan lines, I hope you know my heart, and know that I offer nothing but honesty and bare humanity in these words.
Allegations of sexual assault must always be taken seriously.
What also must be taken seriously is the role that male-dominated systems play in quieting the voices, especially those of women, who have been victimized by sexual assault.
And not just sexual assault, but sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, and misogyny as a whole.
In the ancient world, women were not able to testify in court. Their…
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By Caitlin Kelly Some reflections on my having entered — as of June 2018 — a new and sometimes overwhelming world; if useful, please share! You are not alone You may certainly feel it as you reel with shock and try to make sense of what will happen to you next. My […] via Life in … Continue reading Life in cancerland: 18 tips — Broadside
By Barry Rascovar Sept. 26, 2018–Democratic nominee Ben Jealous committed a terrible faux pas in Maryland’s only gubernatorial debate of the year: He ignored the lesson of Richard Nixon’s monumental error in the first-ever 1960 presidential debate. The image you project in these televised political confrontations is all-important. First impressions are especially critical. The one… via … Continue reading Jealous’ History Lesson — politicalmaryland.com