BOSTON - The ''crazy, crazy Jewish fun'' of Kosherland looks a lot like the board game Candy Land, except gefilte fishing substitutes for visits to the Ice Cream Sea.
"Lord," my mother used to pray, "don't let Michael have an easy life."
Christmas has begun for the Bresslers! I am one of those people who just can't wait until the lights go on every tree and bush in sight, the malls are decorated to the point of insanity and every church turns to page one in the hymnal and the choir and congregation begin belting out, at the top of their voices, favorite carols. I realize that Christmas should not be the highlight of the year as there would be no Christmas without Easter, and yet the little boy in me has to sing and smile and wish the happiest of ...
I have to tell you how I earned the nickname "Doofus." For a long time, I assumed that it was one of those pet names or term of endearment.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - An Indiana nun once banished from her congregation by a bishop will be proclaimed a saint on Sunday, providing a model of virtuous life to America's Roman Catholics - even if they find themselves at odds with church leaders.
Do you know what Boolean Logic is? I didn't either until I discovered it is nearly, if not almost, impossible to use all the information floating around electronically. I also didn't know what a Venn Diagram was. I have to confess, and I hope some of the miscreants I play golf with aren't reading this, I don't know as much as I used to, can't know as much as I need to, and won't live long enough to begin to. How sad!
DALLAS - Remembering how a television ad campaign captured the national spirit of unity after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, advertising entrepreneur Roy Spence began looking for the ties that bind people in the Bible Belt.
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