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Gifts from the Train Station by Glenn Croston is a book of personal stories of courage. The book addresses the question of what happens when every day people living comfortably, and some very comfortable lifestyles, come to a major
McDonough, who finished fourth overall in the 50, won the women's title for the third time to go along with her six women's victories -- two of them outright titles too -- in the 100-miler. McDonough has won the 100 or the 50 for eight straight years,
Written by Richard McGowan Filed Under M y friend and his wife are driving to Maine with their three children...The family is traveling together, and a family together is a blessing...As Thomas Aquinas might put it, "Mundus magnus locus est," or "the
Resources Andrew Daou One year has passed since almighty God has called Andrew home at 22 years of age in the spring of life...His presence surrounds us and his pure soul guides us wherever we are. Yet he is in eternal life in the arms of Jesus
Story continues below Amelia Romanos meets the unofficial mayor of Hell, John Colone. Hell in a Handbasket, the local store, includes Hell's Kitchen for main meals, serving up "sandwitches", and a coffin-shaped ice cream bar where people can buy "
The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jun. 27 2012, 7:30 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 27 2012, 5:42 PM EDT A new study from the University of Oregon has found that countries where people tend to believe in a punitive god who consigns
The show was accused of being a rip-off of Big Brother and it had many hurdles before it got on the air. So the questions we are left with is, was the Glass House really worth all the fuss not to mention the millions of dollars spent in legal fees?
On Off Christie Brinkley and ex-husband Scott Cook went their separate ways in 2008, but the battle raged on this week. The former couple were back in court on Friday, when Brinkley was seen approaching Cook's new wife, Suzanne Shaw, and telling her,
In what will definitely come to be seen as a controversial study, researchers from the University of Oregon and the University of Kansas have presented research that suggests that higher crime rates exist in countries where more people believe
Michael Kesterton The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jun. 20 2012, 6:52 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 20 2012, 6:52 PM EDT Environmentalists in peril Around the world, sticking up for the environment can be deadly, and it appears to be