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October 17, 2019 Dear Editor: I write to express enthusiastic support for Christian Worth to become the next House Delegate to represent ..read more
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(Poster from the Lex-Rock Women’s Rights Rally on Randolph Street, March, 2017.) On a hot and dusty Friday afternoon, I head to a VFW ..read more
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(By French artist JR; https://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-border-wall-toddler-20170909-story.html) Two days ago, I blogged ..read more
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(A way to really embarrass your child!) At the end of Fernando de Rojas’ enduringly pertinent tragicomedy, La Celestina (various ..read more
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(Let us not forget!) Over the past three years, the Groping Old President and his Groveling Old Party have sown so much discord, chaos, ..read more
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(Photo from the Ancient Origins website) In her 2013 novel/memoir, The Ridiculous Idea of Never Seeing You Again (La ridícula idea de no ..read more
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Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri legislatures are making “handmaid” a verb, an action taken upon any and all women, whether or not of ..read more
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A neighbor recently commented that we should not teach our daughter to do chores, that not knowing how to do chores would help her to do ..read more
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Spanish speakers know the nuanced differences between the verbs ser and estar, and Spanish language learners encounter lesson after lesson ..read more
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My Spanish 240 students and I just read Pablo Neruda’s poem “Explico algunas cosas,” remarking on the poet’s call to the world to ..read more

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