Category Archives: Reading

Phone Check

Erin Lisser had me with the title “I Make Students Check Their Phones at The Door.”  and Donna St. George “Cellphones in school : When to start “. I agree technology has a place, but it is not allowed in … Continue reading

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When I Was the Greatest

“You spend your whole life running, paying attention to nothing but all the dumb stuff, and then one day, while you are running, something runs into you and leaves you with nothing. I really didn’t understand totally what he meant, … Continue reading

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Paris Blues: Movie Review

While Positively Purging a  little sliver of a magazine clipping fluttered onto my office floor that read “My favorite movie is Paris Blues.” I looked for the film on Netflix and Amazon Prime and was unable to find it- luckily, … Continue reading

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The Graybar Hotel

I honestly don’t know how I came by the book The Graybar Hotel . I do know I didn’t finish it. I stopped at page 108 (seven short stories in- okay, I skipped one) out of 210 pages. The author … Continue reading

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Advocacy

What are you advocating for Molly Kathcpole, creator of an online petition that received more than 3000,000 signatures and pressured Bank of America to drop a proposed $5 debit card fee:  I had just graduated college, my loans were coming due, … Continue reading

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