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  • Dauphin County Church Used Mock Kidnapping to Teach Christian Youth Group Lesson

    Dauphin County Church Used Mock Kidnapping to Teach Christian Youth Group Lesson
    It was meant to be a lesson in Christianity, but for one Dauphin County teen, the lesson may have gone too far. 14-year-old Riley Noble* of Middletown, was one of a group of teens at Wednesday’s youth group at the Glad Tidings Assembly of God...
  • Intersections: Thoughts on a sign and what it represents

    After musician and mullet-offender Billy Ray Cyrus, known these days as Disney offspring Miley Cyrus' dad, filed for a divorce from his wife in late 2010 that went nowhere, he did what any sensible celebrity would do and quickly outlined his family...
  • Anti-Bullying Week: WWE and Creative Coalition's Be A STAR Program

    Anti-Bullying Week: WWE and Creative Coalition's Be A STAR Program
    PIX11's Lisa Mateo attends an anti-bullying event with WWE and The Creative Coalition. It provides students with positive tools to prevent bullying in their schools and communities. The mission of be a STAR is to ensure a positive and equitable social...
  • Mega Millionaire 'Bunky' Bartlett says life of a lottery winner isn't easy

    Mega Millionaire 'Bunky' Bartlett says life of a lottery winner isn't easy
    A Tarot card might have foretold that Ellwood "Bunky" Bartlett would win $32.6 million in the 2007 lottery. Unfortunately, the spirit world provided no omens that might have helped the 45-year-old practicing Wiccan better manage his good fortune. This...
  • Remarkable Woman: Clare Butterfield

    Remarkable Woman: Clare Butterfield
    It's relatively easy, isn't it, to love things whose beauty can't be denied — snowcapped mountains, red rock canyons, oceans that sparkle and dance and grip the horizon. Illinois has none of those things. So it takes a discerning eye and an open...
  • Freedom of speech at work

    Freedom of speech at work
    It's an election year. People talk politics in the workplace. And why not? We have freedom of speech. Well, not necessarily. You may be shocked to learn that a constitutionally protected freedom of speech for government workers doesn't extend into the...
  • Wiccan church honors dead in eco-friendly cemetery

    Wiccan church honors dead in eco-friendly cemetery
    Amid graves that have been cleared of leaves and adorned with wreathes of thyme and mint, members of the Wisconsin-based Wiccan church Circle Sanctuary on Monday will celebrate the last day of a pagan festival that rings in the new year and honors the...
  • Kosher environmentalism?

    Kosher environmentalism?
    Long before "green" was an environmental adjective, the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life was showing what green Judaism looked like. Formed in 1992, the organization has become the taproot for the Jewish response to several mounting...
  • Environmental talk to highlight 2011's many weather events

    Environmental talk to highlight 2011's many weather events
    For a group deeply worried about mankind's survival in a world racked by escalating environmental problems, Earth Forum of Howard County takes an approach that dovetails nicely with the county's campaign for civility. While the four-year-old church-...
  • Norway tragedy should make us look inward

    What a tragedy that has occurred in Norway, all because someone sees no value in "multiculturalism," a word that is defined also by religious tolerance and racial equality. This makes me reflect upon our own country and some of the racial comments I...
  • Epic Resignation Letter Sent To Entire Whole Foods Company

    Epic Resignation Letter Sent To Entire Whole Foods Company
    A disgruntled former Whole Foods employee in Toronto sent a point-by-point email Friday, lambasting the company's feel-good, earthy ethos, and tearing into the managers -- addressing them directly, one by one. On the Whole Foods website, the company...