Facebook’s latest attempt to tackle fake news
The book by Amy Bloom did not take me by surprise. I had read “Eleanor Roosevelt” by Blanche Wiesen Cook, and “No Ordinary Time”, by Doris Kearns Goodwin. I’d also read “Eleanor and Hick” by Susan Quinn, so I felt I already knew a piece of the whole. This would fill in some of the spaces in my mind of what it might have been like, and looked like, from this imaginative and unusual point of view.
fragrance is powerful, and scent becomes memory
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In reading this book by James R. Clapper, I found this very interesting distinction. I use the word collaborate often,
She was one of the only artists of her time able to make a living through sales of lithographs
Schiele’s body of work is noted for the intensity and the large number of self-portraits
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Durante una escala en el aeropuerto de Atlanta Georgia, mientras sentada en la sala de espera. De un grupo de pasajeros se separó un caballero, y hablando por su móvil se siento a mi lado.
I was at the Atlanta Heartfelt Airport waiting at the gate for my flight. Someone came by, and while talking
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La navegación de Nassau Bahamas, a Hamilton Bermuda tomó dos semanas (1500 KM) y este segmento lo completamos 4