It’s been a pretty hot summer in most of the world. Many temperature records were broken in the Northeast in early July, followed by flooding later in the month. The dry hot weather sparked wildfires in California, and also in Europe and Japan.
Undermining education at SCCC
“You look wonderful!” a friend exclaimed, seeing me at the NACL festival recently. That friend was a founder and former artistic director of said theatre company, and she was looking pretty good herself. “What is it?” she wanted to know, imagining who knows what? A lover, cool-sculpting, a facelift?
Antonio Delgado is now the Democratic candidate seeking to represent the New York 19th Congressional District in Washington, DC. His resumé is varied and impressive: he has been a Rhodes Scholar, he graduated Harvard Law School, and he was a lawyer at one of the largest lobbying firms in the country.
The ‘big box’ should become a ‘bigger box’
Just about everyone knows the famous quotation from Shakespeare, “All the world’s a stage,” even if they don’t necessarily know it’s from “As You Like It,” written in 1599.
HONESDALE, PA — SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) recently issued a $1,000 scholarship check in memory of Michael “Jake” Burkhardt to Mason Marie Clark, a 2018 graduate of the Wallenpaupack Area High School (WAHS) District, who resides in Hawley with her parents Darron and Jamie Clark.
Oh what a sight, oh what a thrill, the shouts of joy, the jubilation of the moment, the beauty of the bride!
Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Democratic majority New York State Assembly have been trying to move the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) into state law since 2013. The move has been blocked every year by the Republican-controlled Senate. But now that President Trump has nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S.
Democrats: a venerable history
Democrats have created a large number of important programs that have immensely improved life in America.