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Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘West Side Story’ at the Woodlawn Theatre

'West Side Story' at the Woodlawn Theatre, San Antonio, Texas.

San Antonio's Woodlawn Theatre offers a revival of a Broadway stalwart that's visually exciting and musically satisfying. Read More »

Five Companies You’ll Want to Work for, Just for the Social Life

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Some companies take company community to a whole other level. Read More »

Vintage-Style Travel Planning: Unplugging and Paying a Surprise Visit to the Old-School Tourist Office

Museo de Bellas Artes de Valparaiso Chile

Sometimes it seems the folks in the tourist office are surprised that someone stopped by at all! But I like to meet people from the country before I go there – people who correct my pronunciation of a town's name. Or recommend a place I didn’t know to go to. Or tell me I've bitten off more than I can chew. Read More »

$20 Bill Needs a Facelift – Why Not Replace a Slave Owner with Former Slave!

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Harriet Tubman leads a nationwide poll as the woman who should replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. Read More »

On 70th Anniversary of VJ Day: Japan’s Prime Minister Does Not Apologize – But Should He?

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It is our duty to teach our children well in order that they teach their children well and to have that continue in perpetuity. If we do not, we are not only ensuring things will be forgotten but that they will inevitably be repeated. Read More »

Rand Paul Picks up Key Endorsement – His Father

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There is not one candidate who has run for president in my lifetime who can say they fully share my commitment to liberty, Austrian economics, small government, and following the Constitution, [more] than my son, Rand Paul. Read More »

Do Book Reviews Sell Books?

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So the real question is this: do book reviews work? Read More »

Book Review: Secret Washington D.C. by Sharon Pendana

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"Secret Washington" invites you to enjoy little-known secrets, including an Apothecary Museum, “lined with apothecary jars filled with the contents of the distant past.” Read More »

Book Review: ‘Stronger” by Everly, Strouse and McCormack

New book makes your stronger

"Stronger" can motivate readers past failure and back to the road to success. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Painful Truth’ by Lynn R. Webster, M.D.

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The Painful Truth is a must read for not only chronic pain patients, but doctors, health industry professionals and legislators as well. Read More »