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I think it’s only fair to warn the National Security Agency and the rest of …
Jerry Wolman read the rune stones early; dreamed the vision and was one of a handful of people who were centrally responsible for putting Philadelphia on the marketing map for big league sports.
Canadian journalist and author, Craig Silverman (editor of Regrettheerror.com), has been one of the strongest proponents in holding the media accountable for its many mistakes.
Unlike public schools, private schools do not have to exist. But the choice will come down to where you feel more comfortable putting your child.
The last time, I was preparing for my second full hip replacement. When I say “we” I mean Baby Boomers, of course, but the club for joint replacements is anything but exclusive.
Don’t look back in anger, lamenting the message that was never sent, as was the case with Katrina, or the message that was mis-communicated like the rueful, “Mission Accomplished.”
Roosevelt needed the event of World War II breaking out to create our national myth of full employment. Obama won’t get that.
The lessons of Custer and his 7th Cavalry are as relevant today as they were in 1876. Let’s hope that General Petraeus remembers them.
The Little Bighorn had to happen precisely as it did, with the ensuing loss of life, for America to grow into the place that it is today. Think of it this way: for Americans in 1876, the massacre at the Little Bighorn was the very visceral twin of the attack on 9/11.
I am having my left hip replaced. This is a gruesome operation. I will need blood, oxygen and the super-human skill of a surgeon.
There’s something else we will also have to get used to. Obama comes from the toxic waste of big city ward political machines. There aren’t many of them left – Philadelphia, Boston, Providence, Baltimore a little bit, Trenton, Newark, parts of New York, and of course, Chicago. Stealing from the public in grand and outrageous ways is an art form in those cities.
Comic Books have finally earned the respect they’ve always deserved; today they are valued as assets and as art.
“Blessed Be . . .” is the traditional witches’ greeting on Halloween; in this case, Blessed Be the demon child of Mother Leeds.
This time, in terms of money – our money – there have been so many hands in the cookie jars of corporate America that if you started arresting people for grand theft, you would run out of federal prison cells so quickly that you would have to start using tents, instead.
So, where the heck is America’s new “it” mom, Governor Sarah Palin?
Kal Rudman made his mark in the music business, but his generosity built the legend.
First things first: What, exactly, are the life sciences?
They’re all the “good stuff”, explains Donna …
The Bryn Mawr Film Institute specializes in independent, documentary, art house and classic films.
By now, most of our children are safely back to their usual school-time routines. They have their books, crayons, pencil sharpeners, glue sticks and all the necessary (and hyper expensive) trapper keepers. But where do they put all of their supplies? They have to get to their homework, schoolbooks, lunch and assorted other treasures somehow.
You force yourself to believe that news will come. You try to numb yourself against any possibility that the doctor’s words will in any way fall short of “fine.”
U.S. Army Captain Laura Peters is making a difference abroad and at home.
The New York Post may have had the best idea of all – instead of bothering to recap what may have been the most disappointing Emmy Show of all time, the tabloid mocked the whole process and created its own category of Emmys for outstanding performances that should have been given out. If only the show had been that amusing.
Why does most of America know far more about the Palins and their squalid soap operas of lives than we do about what John McCain will do to fix the economy?
At the heart of every ad, there are only words. Words tell the webmaster what to upload. Words tell the director what to film. Words tell the musician what notes to play. Without words, there is no communication. And copywriting is the persuasive use of words.
Do People Still Read Press Releases?
They do, but the uses and the value of print press releases have changed significantly over time.
Copywriting is the art of persuasion. It is the job of the copywriter to entice their readers and close the sale. In this article, we will review some basic strategies to make your copy more effective.
In the event a high profile organizational setback or emergency occurs, what is know as the crisis communication mode takes over. At these crucial times, the corporate communications office immediately becomes the face and voice of the organization, especially when dealing with the media.