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January 21

14 APPLY TO FILL OPEN MARATHON CITY COUNCIL SEAT - Florida Keys Weekly

As of Jan. 19, the Marathon City Council had received 14 applications to fill the seat vacated when former councilman Trevor Wofsey resigned in the wake of his arrest for domestic violence. The complete list of applicants, in no particular order, includes Wendy Bonilla, Eric Buhyoff, Jody “Lynny” Del Gaizo, Kristina Helms, John Lefner, Michael Leonard, Jeff Pinkus, Jerry Rojas, Mark Senmartin...
14 APPLY TO FILL OPEN MARATHON CITY COUNCIL SEAT - Florida Keys Weekly
January 18

The Most Rewatchable Sitcoms Of All Time - Looper

There's something truly majestic about the sitcom (short for situational comedy). These shows often feature ordinary people in typical American careers, and plenty of housewives, salesmen, policemen, and bartenders have been at the center of many a classic American sitcom. As Looper's own Chris Hinton explains, "Sitcoms help us escape by embracing the mundane: In watching someone else's life,...
January 18

On JFK: Washington Post Deserves Pinocchio Award - WhoWhatWhy

This story is part of our series revisiting the JFK assassination. To understand why we’re doing this, read our introduction. –OPINION– Glenn Kessler, the chief writer of The Washington Post Fact Checker and presenter of the Pinocchio Awards, relies on the public for his column. As he explains: It’s a big world out there, and so we will rely on readers to ask questions and point out statement...
On JFK: Washington Post Deserves Pinocchio Award - WhoWhatWhy
January 18

They said it - The Robesonian

“As we celebrate the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we must remember it’s on all of us to continue to build on the progress that we’ve made so far. Together, we can work toward a more just and prosperous future for all North Carolinians. — N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, Jan. 18, 2022 “Today on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we remember MLK’s life and his work to protect our f...
They said it - The Robesonian
January 18

Rollins: As new US Attorney for Mass., focus will be on violent crimes, victims - Worcester Telegram

BOSTON — Newly minted U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Rachael S. Rollins stressed a focus on violent crime and increasing community collaboration during a roundtable with reporters Thursday in Boston. “I am very clear that, when it comes to violence and serious crimes, that is where I want to be focusing my attention,” Rollins said from her new offices on the ninth floor of the John Joseph M...
Rollins: As new US Attorney for Mass., focus will be on violent crimes, victims - Worcester Telegram
January 17

Martin: This is why we talk this way - The Robesonian

“Prove it.” One of this column’s readers challenged me to back up my recent assertion that characteristics of some Americans could be explained by our connections to certain regions of the British Isles. I was focusing on those who are hardnosed, sometimes rebellious, resistant to direction, suspicious of people in charge, unwilling to give up individual choice to some kind of group direction...
Martin: This is why we talk this way - The Robesonian
January 17

This week’s TV: ‘Ozark’ is back, ‘How I Met Your Father’ arrives, and who should host the Oscars? - The Boston Globe

This week’s TV: ‘Ozark’ is back, ‘How I Met Your Father’ arrives, and who should host the Oscars?
This week’s TV: ‘Ozark’ is back, ‘How I Met Your Father’ arrives, and who should host the Oscars? - The Boston Globe
January 16

Oath Keepers? Hmmm. Where have we heard about them before? - Arkansas Times

Thanks to a faithful reader for contrasting recent news with past Arkansas commentary: Stewart Rhodes — founder and leader of the extremist group Oath Keepers — was arrested Thursday on a charge of seditious conspiracy, accused of guiding a months-long effort to unleash politically motivated violence to prevent the swearing-in of President Biden that culminated in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S...
Oath Keepers? Hmmm. Where have we heard about them before? - Arkansas Times
January 16

Omicron exposes inflexibility of Europe's public hospitals - Arab News

STRASBOURG, France: A World Health Organization official warned last week of a “closing window of opportunity” for European countries to prevent their health care systems from being overwhelmed as the omicron variant produces near-vertical growth in coronavirus infections. In France, Britain and Spain, nations with comparatively strong national health programs, that window may already be close...
Omicron exposes inflexibility of Europe's public hospitals - Arab News
January 14

DOUGLAS: Tee it up on March 26 for the homeless - The Robesonian

Contributing columnist A lot of folks do not know this and some multiple of that number do not care, but despite my well-earned reputation that was decades in the making for having an insatiable appetite for the game of golf, my best guess is that from 2010 to 2020 I did not play more than 50 rounds. 2020, when I traded a full-time job for a part-time gig at a golf course, got me back into th...
DOUGLAS: Tee it up on March 26 for the homeless - The Robesonian