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To all who lament language’s languorous demise, take heart!
Your Mrs. Language Person is something of a fuddy duddy.
Thursday’s column explored the ancient African concept of ubuntu — the idea we are all somehow connected, so that compassion for another person is, at heart,...
That’s ubuntu: The belief that we are defined by our compassion and humanity toward others.
A spirit of togetherness. Of our ability to work with one a...
The close of the Supreme Court’s 2022 term this month was, as always, not without controversy.
Well slap my head and call me silly: “Y’all” is, and y’all are, retaking yon claim to fame in American English.
Nothing, it seems, is going to keep the average American from following through on summer road trip plans according to a slew of surveys.
Something unprecedented is happening in the U.S. Supreme Court, and I don’t mean abortion.
Yes, Father’s Day is over.
Got hot dogs?
It’s early days yet, but a small clinical trial at New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has produced shockingly hopeful results: All 18 patients...
Ever see those old movies with folks talking to strangers on a walkie talkie or CB radio — “Breaker one-niner, breaker one-niner, this is Road Hog. Over.”?
North Idaho loves its flags.
Last week kicked off a renewed series on minority religions with descriptions of Hinduism, Buddhism, and a smattering of religious oddities.
Continuing the series on minority religions, a glimpse of Hinduism.
In this series on minority religions, Tuesday’s column perused some of the bizarre. Today takes us more mainstream.