It’s about time we all stood up to this and said once and for all that bigotry is bigotry and it is unacceptable today no matter if its hateful message is tinted in the shade of black or pink.
I met Hillary Clinton briefly – very briefly – back in 1992 when she was just the wife of then-candidate Bill Clinton. I think it was at a rally in the Detroit area — but it could have been in Illinois. There were so many last-minute events I attended that year that they are starting to blur together into one big happy memory of when things were going right for the United States.
A few excerpts from the BBC’s 2007 year in review list, 100 things we didn’t know last year.
6. Dishcloths are purged of 99% of their bacteria during two minutes in a microwave.
14. Antony and Cleopatra were ugly.
29. The average duvet is home to 20,000 live dust mites.
39. The secret to happiness is accepting misery.
70. IP addresses will run out in 2010.
92. Zsa Zsa Gabor is related to Paris Hilton.
From the health club to the nightclub, figure-flattering workout-style clothing is quickly replacing the baggy grunge look on Fort Wayne area women.
Tighter-fitting clothes started as a trend on the West Coast in 1994, yet Fort Wayne clothiers didn’t start stocking workout wear as fashion until late last summer. The local surge in figure-hugging clothes began with a boom
Hip-huggers – slinky body-hugging, gravity-defying pants which barely cover the backside – are the newest addition to the retro fashion scene. A 1970s-era fashion world response to the feminist “She Decade,” hip-huggers “celebrated” the female form – albeit an ultra-toned, thin and anorexic female form.
Something frightening is happening to many men in their 20s. Through no fault of their own, hey are victims of a cruel twist of fate – an unlucky spin at genetic roulette.
The signs may be noticed by a chance glance in the mirror after a show
The second half-century of Texaco-Metropolitan Opera live Saturday afternoon radio broadcasts will begin with Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata at 1:30 p.m. Dec. 8 on WBST-FM 92.1.
The broadcast marks the 5th birthday of the Texaco-Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts, which constitute the longest continuous national sponsorship of a radio program in broadcast history. It was on Dec. 6, 1940, that the very first Texaco-Metropolitan Opera