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Homemaking news for weeklies

Illinois. University. Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics

Homemaking news for weeklies

by Illinois. University. Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics

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In the news field for more than 30 years, Christman has been doing creative writing since boyhood. His first book, \A Hill Farm Year,\ was launched in February, , by the New York State Historical associa- tion in Cooperstown. The Philadelphia Gay News was established in to service the city’s growing LGBT community, and two free alternative weeklies, Philadelphia Weekly () and the City Paper () quickly gained popularity. Additionally, the influx of new immigrant groups into the region fostered development of new ethnic newspapers.

  I love reading your blog, though I don’t normally get the chance to comment. But I had to say thank you for this post. I’m in the trenches with you and so appreciate how you highlight areas of my life that need change, not in a condemning, holier-than-thou way, but in a way that speaks truth mixed with humor and grace. – LISBON — Sylvia P. Fitts, 83, a resident of Monmouth, died Thursday, Nov. 19, at Lamp Memory Care Center in Lisbon, where she had resided for the past three years. She was born Jan.

Looking Into Communications and the ArtsConsider the Titanic. When the great ship sank in April , it represented the state-of-the art technology of its day, including communications. The Titanic was equipped with one of the most powerful wireless telegraphy sets in existence at that time, which allowed it to communicate with other ships—provided they were within miles. Information and Entertainment During World War II (–45) people on the U.S. home front faced gas rationing, shortages of certain foods, over-crowded public transportation, and bans on pleasure driving. Unaccustomed to such restrictions and inconveniences, Americans found some comfort in various forms of media, including radio, movies, newspapers, books, and popular music.


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