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Promote Awareness: Examining child abuse

March 21, 2016 Life is not easy. There are ups and downs, good times and bad. Sometimes it seems that the bad times far outnumber the good. more »»

A look back: John Ford’s masterfully shot ‘Stagecoach’

March 20, 2016 For eminent director John Ford, filmmaking came as easily and naturally as humanities’ pre-Gutenberg storytellers. He had nothing less than a symbiotic connection with the camera. more »»

Keeping your health’s best interests in mind

March 14, 2016 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Do you sit too much? Spend too much time indoors? Are you socially isolated, sleep-deprived? Is the pace of life too fast, too demanding?... more »»

Send John Kasich to the Republican Convention

March 14, 2016 While the political pundits would have us believe that the 2016 Republican nomination for president is all but over, the facts remain that only a little more than one half of all of the Republican... more »»

‘Zootopia’ is a another Disney delight full of bravura and wit

March 13, 2016 Hollywood isn’t shy about calling attention to hot-button social issues—if, of course, it means making a few bucks while ignoring its own quagmire of hypocrisies. “Zootopia” is no different. more »»

Parenting today: The Millennials

March 7, 2016 Last week we looked at helicopter parenting and its effects. Time Magazine, in August 2014, blamed helicopter parents for Millennials being selfish and entitled. more »»

Even with its vulgar exterior, ‘Deadpool’ can’t escape genre tropes

March 6, 2016 “Deadpool” earns every bit of its R rating. The film is as graphically violent as it is hilariously coarse. more »»

GUEST COLUMN: BOE member reacts to testing methodology

March 5, 2016 Editor’s note: The state of Ohio recently released the state report card. The state report card is part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) . more »»

Leading Ladies is LOL funny

March 2, 2016 During one scene change in the Salem Community Theater’s current production of “Leading Ladies,” a few bars of Judy Collins singing “Send in the Clowns” plays in the background. more »»

Millennial parents may not be so different

February 29, 2016 “Charlotte” was the daughter of a police officer who more than a few times received threats against his children from people who felt the pinch of him doing his jo. more »»

‘The Witch’ is a refreshing pivot from Hollywood horror

February 28, 2016 “The Witch” isn’t your typical Hollywood-fueled horror affai. more »»

Justice Scalia was the Constitution gatekeeper

February 25, 2016 Recently came a stark reminder of how fragile our freedom and way of life truly have becom. more »»

Recovery can be a community affair

February 22, 2016 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Tools. Removing barriers. It sounds like something is being constructed. more »»

DiCaprio will finally have name etched on Oscar gold

February 21, 2016 Predicting Oscar winners is difficult. You might be further ahead predicting which teams will win March Madness—five years from now. more »»

The Coen brothers’ ‘Hail, Caesar!’ is hilarious but unfocused

February 20, 2016 Hail, Caesar! is something of a mad alchemist’s experiment: part comedy, part noir, part mystery, part drama, part musical. more »»

Recovery to practice: Treating the whole person

February 15, 2016 Mental illness is a condition that affects how a person relates to others and how that individual functions in daily life. One in five adults experiences a mental health condition. more »»

Teens and medicine abuse — what can be done?

February 15, 2016 LISBON — Did you know: —?Prescription medicines are now the most commonly abused drugs among 12 to 13 year olds. —?One in four teens believes that prescription drugs can be used as a study aid. more »»

The scope of ‘Room’ breaches its eponymous walls

February 14, 2016 Room takes place inside a squalid room hardly bigger than an office cubicle. By its very nature, its scope seems restrained. However, Room always feels larger than its walls. more »»

‘Spotlight’ is an exercise in morally straight doggedness

February 7, 2016 Spotlight’s subject isn’t easy. It follows The Boston Globe’s investigative team, Spotlight, as it uncovers child sexual abuse spanning several decades within the Catholic Churc. more »»



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