Don't you think it's odd (and noteworthy) that the NY Times has not written one word on the Abe Foxman mess over the Armenian slaughter? It's about 10 days old and the Times has not seen fit to cover a story that's involved the govt [sic] of Turkey and one of the most prominent Jewish leaders in the US.
Though we have our own fundamentalists, we find it incomprehensible that
theological ideas still stir up messianic passions, leaving societies
Yoga instructor Annie Carter, 27, showed the stranger who complained of foot pain a few stretches when he wandered into her studio last Friday afternoon. But after he snatched her sock off, focused his cellphone camera on her toes, and tried to hug and kiss her neck she shoved him out the door.
The most creative newspaper in American history, the Weekly World
News broke the story that Elvis faked his death and was living in
Editorial page editor
Cynthia Tucker once believed all letters should be factually accurate,
but now she's more likely to let readers have their say and let others
decide whether the letter writer is indeed stating facts.
In the most serious moment of his interview, Garnett answered a
question about the "racial climate" of Boston, which has been
considered inhospitable to black athletes but now boasts several major
black sports figures.