At 72, she has long talked of quitting her job at a Children’s run neighborhood clinic in Northwest Washington, but no one there believed her. Pleas from her husband and daughter hadn’t persuaded her to leave, nor had a pair of knee replacements or a bout with breast cancer. She bought a Mercedes and dubbed […]

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While much of America will don sunglasses for the beach this Saturday or slip into the air conditioned dark to watch the Ray Ban donning Men In Black, the notoriously undiscriminating realm of cable access television will be taken over in 18 cities around the country by a marathon film festival. Dubbed Independent’s Day, the […]

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His father had not enough of an appreciation of art, poetry, and literature; nor did he recognize that ratiocination is no substitute for sensibility, or that the relentless and exclusive focus on reason and logic is detrimental to the development of the life of emotions. Mill increasingly turned to the romantics, particularly to Coleridge, for […]

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Or to everyone. Stubborn. Curious. Anthony Morabito (Fremantle) The luckless Fremantle Docker is yet to make an AFL appearance this season, but has impressed on the track for Peel Thunder in recent weeks. Morabito is in the mix for the Dockers this week after booting three goals, two behinds for Peel against Claremont last Saturday, […]

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