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For Wes: Eulogy For A Friend

Sunday evening, after learning of Wes Craven’s passing, the first thing I knew I needed to do was check in with my dear friend, Matt Cunningham, someone who had a special bond with Mr. Craven. As I checked in with him, I learned that he had started writing an email to Wes, even though he […]

Kanye 2020 might have been inspired by a great political mind in the VMA audience

Kanye West's inspirational acceptance speech at Sunday's VMAs might have seemed like a meticulously planned political ploy, the kind of thing he learned from his dear friend Hillary Clinton. But — stay with us for a second — that speech...Show More Summary

How to Help When a Child is in the Hospital

Two days ago, my very good friend called me from AZ to ask for my help. She apologized, fearing her question might cause me an emotional breakdown. My sweet friend's very dear friend is going through hell right now, and she wants to know how to help. Show More Summary

An Open Letter To All Of My Friends Who Take Selfies

Dear Friends Who Take Selfies, I want you to know that I love it when you post pictures of yourself. I know selfies get a lot of bad press, but I think they’re rad.

Sightseeing Request

Because so many of you people have such a wide range of experience… I’ve got a dear friend visiting the Boston area during the week after Columbus Day. She’d like to see tourist things — the Lexington/Concord historical sites, Cape Cod, lighthouses, foliage, etc. — but she uses a motorized scooter. (And I’m not all [Read more...]

How Teachers Can Make a Difference

In clinical practice, psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists are usually so consumed with treating psychopathology they don’t often get the chance to prevent it. A dear friend, a teacher visiting from the Midwest, explained how she turned a potentially explosive situation with one of her students […]

Currently: August 2015

Wow.  August.  It’s gone.  September, I plan to savor… CURRENT SHIRT: I got this Bee Attitudes shirt in the mail this month from my dear friend Donna… I love snail mail surprises! I didn’t realize how much I needed it until this week. Show More Summary

Web Development Reading List #101

What's happening in the industry? What important techniques have emerged recently? What about new case studies, insights, techniques and tools? Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann is keeping track of everything in the web development reading list so you don't have to. Show More Summary

Men can Entertain too, but Who can We Learn from?

What little I know about how to entertain, I learned from my dear friend Janice. She has always, for me, exemplified Castiglione Cool. The post Men can Entertain too, but Who can We Learn from? appeared first on The Good Men Project...

Life Doesn’t Seem Fair

My dear friend remains single and alone, while a former adulterous friend is remarried and expecting. How’s that fair?

Last-minute appeal: ‘We need concertmaster, solo cello, first trombone…’

Boian Videnoff has issued an SOS on behalf of the Mannheim Philharmonic. Dear Friends our season is about to start and we’re looking for a new concert master, solo cello, first trombone, tutti violins and violas. If you’re interested please apply or tell your friends. Die neue Saison beginnt und in Kürze stehen Probespiele an: […]

Button, Paper Fun, and Star Wars Mania Book Series

If you’re a long time reader of this blog, you know I love me some craft books. Especially kids craft books! So I’m thrilled to showcase my dear friend, Amanda of Crafts by Amanda, and her new books that have... Continue Reading ? The post Button, Paper Fun, and Star Wars Mania Book Series appeared first on Make and Takes.

Dear President Carter

A few years ago, a dear friend left us too soon after succumbing to cancer. I resisted articulating my love and admiration to her as I witnessed an unseemly parade of tearful remembrances at her bedside. I know now that it was a mistake not to have found a way to convey to her how her art and being had influenced and inspired me. Show More Summary

Web Development Reading List #100

What's happening in the industry? What important techniques have emerged recently? What about new case studies, insights, techniques and tools? Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann is keeping track of everything so you don't have to. The result is a carefully collected list of articles that popped up over the last week and which might interest you. Show More Summary

This is great medical care. With a large helping of unnecessary suffering.

I watched helplessly as a dear friend went through the emotional meat grinder of a new cancer diagnosis. Her husband was found to have melanoma on a recent skin biopsy, and she knew that this was a dangerous disease. Because she is exceptionally intelligent and diligent, she set out to optimize his outcome with good […]

Remembering the Life and Honoring the Legacy of Whitney Ball

Death focuses the mind. The recent passing of my dear friend Whitney Ball, who devoted her professional life to making it easier for people to support civil society, inspired this

I Question Whether We Have Learned 'Citizenship' in Our Generation

By Terri Susan Fine UCF Forum columnist About a year ago a dear friend gave me a copy of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book "Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys, and the Dawn of a New America" by Gilbert King. TheShow More Summary

Just in: Principal viola leaves the London Symphony Orchestra

Message from Paul Silverthorne, lynchpin of the LSO: Dear Friends, Twenty five years ago this summer I first played with the LSO and in October I leave my position there at the end of a tour of Japan where it all started. It has been a wonderful period in my life and certainly the most […]

Satoru Iwata “Was Open & Generous. Best Boss I Ever Had”, Says Smash Bros. Creator Sakurai In Eulogy

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata passed away about a month ago, and the creator of Super Smash Bros. Masahiro Sakurai wrote a touching eulogy in Japan’s Famitsu gaming magazine about the man whom he called a dear friend and the best boss he ever had. “Satoru Iwata was a man of virtue. Where a normal person...

Surviving Child Sexual Abuse By Helping Others

Original illustration by Jake Reeves. W hen I was seven years old I was raped by a neighbor and dear friend of our family. Everyone thought he was a great guy. I had no context in which to understand what had happened to me, so processing it took many years. Show More Summary

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