Don’t Retire, ReFire: Words matter

By Gail Supplee Tatum, Columnist, The Times I am compelled to go deeper into the importance of words, which I touched upon in the previous month. It’s a subject that has been in the forefront of our current events for quite some time. Interestingly enough, it has been the topic of many conversations I’ve had with my grandchildren, not sparked by the media but, instead, from a page of a book of...

Nobody asked me, but…

By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times To be clear, the small number of misguided souls who call themselves Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists and the like should have no serious place in our public discourse (I’ll make the same argument for anyone, left, right, middle or otherwise who would use violence or intimidation to further their political aims). And aside from the small group of vocal, angry folks...

Are smart phones changing our dialog?

Technology is great, but does anyone talk face to face to anyone anymore? By Kelly Hockenberry, Columnist, The Times Oh my gosh, have you seen this video clip?  It is AMAZING!  I love Louis C.K.  He can articulate things in such a way that you are laughing and nodding your head at the same time. BRILLIANT.    Send article as PDF