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October 17, 2018

American Families

Missing Dad

(Editorial, September 1, 2018, by Cirina Catania) Feeling nostalgic today. I’m in my Dad’s home office, packing his papers, awards, medals, photographs, maps. It’s been over 20 years since his funeral and Mom has kept his office exactly the way it was the day he died. This is harder than I thought, only because there

Families, Flags, Food and Fun at York Springs’ 150th

(York Springs, PA, August 25, 2018, All Photos by Cirina Catania, Senior Editor, if you repost, please attribute the photo credit! Thanks.) Did the whole town come out for the 150th Anniversary Celebration in York Springs, PA? It seems like it! Everyone was having a great time. I saw lots of families, some fun dancing

Your kids will love this. Lego Education Releases “Mission Moon,” and “Into Orbit”

(Special to the USTimes, HOUSTON, TX via BUSINESS WIRE, April 19, 2018) Today at the FIRST® Championship Houston, LEGO® Education and FIRST unveiled two new, exclusive space sets to inspire participants in the 2018-2019 FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. and FIRST® LEGO® League season. The programs for the new season are themed “MISSION MOON℠” and “INTO ORBIT℠” to help build students’ curiosity around space exploration and scientific

Editorial: How Too-Connected is “Connected?”

(Special to the US Times, Andy Marken, 2017-11-01, Content Insider #544 – Over Connected) We Are So Busy with Our Connections, We’re Alone. Smartphones took over our lives faster than even the most expert of experts thought.  People are on them 70 percent of the time they are connected to the internet which is darn

Under American Skies

Good morning, America. This is from Mom’s house – where bright yellow school busses pass on quiet streets, cicadas are sleeping, hiding from the morning birds and the smell of fresh-cut grass mixes well with the taste of coffee in a “World’s Best Mom” cup. Neighbors wave as they drive off to work, jog by

Investigative Journalists Charged With Criminal Invasion of Privacy in Connection With Reports of Planned Parenthood Alleged Baby Parts Black Market

(California Department of Justice, San Francisco, March 29, 2017) Two American journalists, David Robert Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, are accused of using false identities and a fictitious bio research company to gain entry to Planned Parenthood offices and record interviews with executives. The full complaint and corresponding arrest warrant can be accessed here. One of