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Dr. Joyce Brothers, a psychologist who became a pop-culture fixture after she turned to radio and television in the late 1950s to tend to the nation’s psyche, has died. She was 85. Brothers died Monday in New York City, publicist Sanford Brokaw...
For RedEyeSeven months before the start of her freshman year at Roosevelt University, Mariana Luna’s life changed. Around 4 a.m. one day in 2008, Luna’s mother got a call from her father’s co-worker. Luna’s dad was an industrial painter,...
email@example.comIt began with piece of junk mail. Because you were busy, you tossed it on a table, and moved on to other, more important things in your life. But the next day, a magazine and a store catalog landed there, plus several birthday cards from friends and a...
The Hartford CourantDr. Frank Torti, the dean of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, told the soon-to-be graduates of UConn's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on Sunday that when he was a lad of 9, his class took a field trip to the research labs of...
Jackie Carter had it all mapped out. She would attend college year-round and graduate early, land a job in criminal justice, start paying off student loans, move into her own apartment and invest in her first smartphone. But the 22-year-old Towson...
StatewideLynn A. Brooks, president of the board of directors at the Intensive Education Academy, Inc. has announced the election of two new Board members. Jessica L. Fish, former vice president of global marketing for Elizabeth Arden, Inc., graduated from the...
Comic books, superhero films and animation serve as the learning materials for the Psychology of Superheroes & Supervillains learning community program at Broward College's Davie campus. The literary portion is taught by Nick Mansito with Laura...
CLEVELAND (AP) — The miraculous rescue of three missing women has given hope to many families whose loved ones have vanished. Yet hope, when searching for a long-lost child, can be a dangerous thing. Thousands of children are missing across the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Ceremonies, Missing Persons, Culture
Dear Amy: My daughter had a child out of wedlock four years ago. My wife and I have supported them both emotionally and financially and by baby-sitting the child. Now my daughter is engaged to a very good guy. She wants to have a wedding that will...
Hoarding lecture Randy O. Frost, a professor of psychology at Smith College in Massachusetts and an expert on hoarding, will talk on "Understanding Hoarding" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16, at Brook Lane Campus community room, 12318 Brook Lane...
Parkland School District recognizes several people who have made major accomplishments throughout the 2012-13 school year, including those who earned diplomat status, received first place at art exhibitions and contests and were named Outstanding Co-op...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Students, Philosophy, Orefield, Arts
The Somerset County Chamber of Commerce has named Marie Bantrager, Patrick Breen and Ashley Pletcher as recipients of this year's Chamber Scholarships. Each student will receive a $500 award. Bantrager is a 2013 graduate of Rockwood Area High School. Her...
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