A Tale of Two Beaches

A Tale of Two Beaches

This summer, a heroic group of good samaritans rescued nine stranded swimmers at a Florida beach by forming a human chain. Initially, two young boys were stranded in the ocean by a rip current. As adults swam out to try to save them and couldn’t return to shore...
What I Learned at Pride

What I Learned at Pride

Like many cities, San Diego holds its Pride Parade every summer. As a straight woman who hates traffic and crowds, I’d never gone before. This summer I decided to go. It wasn’t until I began telling friends about my plans to go that I heard the varying...
Is This How the World Sees America Now?

Is This How the World Sees America Now?

Donald Trump recently returned from meeting with the other powerful countries of the G20 group — one of his first big performances on the world stage. So how did it go? Not swell, according to a no-holds-barred account delivered by Chris Uhlmann, an Australian...
1984 at the Grocery Store

1984 at the Grocery Store

Wall Street analysts tell us that Amazon’s $14 billion buyout of Whole Foods isn’t only a win-win for both of them, but also for consumers, for Amazon intends to lower the organic grocer’s prices. Really? Yes, they say, because Amazon will use its...
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