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What We Read This Week


 Here’s what caught our eye this week! ENVIRONMENT Three-Fourths of Americans Now Think Climate Change Is Influencing the Weather So, after a year marked by record breaking heat, massive wildfires, and drought that consumed 60% of the nation, almost three quarters of Americans now recognize…Read Full Article From Treehugger LAW Cyclist Fined $ 1,555 For […]

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What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! HEALTH An Apple a Day Significantly Helps the Heart, Study Finds Few fruits have the same mystique as the apple, which is curious given its ubiquitous presence in our lives. Now it turns out that Aphrodite’s favorite […]

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What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! ENVIRONMENT For the 330th Month in a Row, It’s Been Hotter Than the 20th Century Average The National Climatic Data Center has released the goods for last month, and it’s the same old story—August 2012 was the […]

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Moon

What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! NEWS Neil Armstrong, First Man to Walk on the Moon, Dies Former astronaut Neil Armstrong, known for his words, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” has died…Read Full Article From NPR: The […]

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Daisy

What We Read This Week


Here’s what caught our eye this week! CURRENT EVENTS What Medals Should the London 2012 Olympics Get for Sustainability?  No one can deny that the London 2012 Olympic Games were a brilliant success. The athletes were magnificent, the crowds were enthusiastic, the trains ran on time and the place looked great. London’s claim to fame […]

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A family's shoes

International Day of Families: May 15


by Donna Sinclair A congregation operates more like a family than any other human structure. We bring to it tantrums, hungers, rivalries, allegiances, and affections just like the ones we knew as we grew up. Furthermore, we expect to see families in the pews, as microcosms of this larger community. And people do, obligingly, quite […]

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