Monthly Archives: December 2011

Book Review: “The Road to Epidauros,” by Jeanne Fuchs (2011, AuthorHouse)

“All travel has its advantages”              – Dr. Samuel Johnson One of the great joys every book presents is the promise of a journey, either literary or literal. The Road to Epidauros, by Jeanne Fuchs, holds out – and splendidly … Continue reading

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American Humane Association Ramps up Hope for Heartland with Expanded Programs to Benefit Farm Animals, Rural Communities & Children Nationwide

Agricultural Policy Expert Luke Knowles Named Senior Adviser for American Humane Association Farm Programs Luke Knowles, former Special Assistant to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and an expert on the link between sustainable agriculture and rural development, has been named … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Holiday Spirit

By Qin Sun Stubis It’s December again, that magical time of the year when Santa Claus comes to life for those who believe in him, and a dot of light in the sky can plausibly be a reindeer’s nose. It … Continue reading

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