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  • 'The New Yorker Stories' by Ann Beattie

    'The New Yorker Stories' by Ann Beattie
    Between the presidencies of Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford (1974) and George W. Bush (2006), Ann Beattie published 48 stories in The New Yorker, one of which was included in "The Best American Short Stories of the Century." These stories are collected in this single, chronologically organized volume, "The New Yorker Stories," and are amplified by an excerpt of a wonderful interview with Beattie (conducted by Christopher Cox) that recently appeared in The Paris Review and illuminates the arc of her career.
  • Blunt Amendment: Protections For Religion, Conscience Long Established

    Blunt Amendment: Protections For Religion, Conscience Long Established
    The most demanding responsibility of a member of Congress, in my experience, was to remain open to the extraordinary diversity of opinion among my constituents and my colleagues. It's hard, and demands profound respect for those with whom you disagree,...

    Priciest accident ever? $31-million Ferrari crashes in France

     
    It was a prized Ferrari, one of a rare model known as the “Picasso of motoring” that is often included by elite automobile magazines among the top wheels in the world. Now its owner, American businessman Christopher Cox, has a new and less...

    In Bethlehem district, some financing costly

    School districts across Pennsylvania, including Bethlehem Area, have paid millions of dollars in hidden, hefty fees by getting involved in bond deals that gamble on interest rates, according to a report by a financial news organization. Bethlehem Area...

    Global Meltdown Rule No. 1: Do the math

    As a Peruvian educated by British and American teachers, I learned never to embark on a major task without first "doing the math." No more of that Latino "happy go lucky, trust your gut and say three Hail Marys" approach to life. Without measurement, my...