Apropos to nobody asking, Paris Portingale weighs in with his predictions for the future … you know, sometime later-ish, and in no particular order.
Australian jazz royalty Loretta Barnard has had enough of the standard Christmas fare, so Mama’s cooked up a gumbo of festive toe-tappery.
John S. Blake examines his path through America’s educational system, and why compassion, not prejudice, could have changed his direction sooner.
The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics saw cat fights during the GOP debate, a data breach scandal, and Putin coming out in support of Trump.
Jason Arment writes about an old friend he published at the Iowa State Daily who struggled with addiction and ended up overdosing on heroin.
Kari Stiles shares a touching holiday story regarding the search for a rainbow night-light, and talks about her charitable ventures.
Travis Laurence Naught discusses deferred speeding tickets and how the system is manipulated to contribute to the bottom line.
In this column of “Confessions of an Educator,” Chris Margolin shares how to weather the weather, whether you feel like it or not.
Jesse Valencia expresses his unbridled (and spoiler free) excitement after seeing the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise, The Force Awakens.