By: Candace A. Clark
My favourite four letter word.It is a word that is always in our minds. It is a word that can make you cry, smile, and sometimes even make you change your life forever. We live with this word from childhood to adulthood, from job...
By: Darshana Gajjar
What do Laughing and Crying have in common?The most obvious factor crying and laughter share is they are both expressions of emotion. From a child's perspective, crying is seen as an expression of sadness, whereas laughing an expression of joy or humour. Hence the...
By: Ferell Anderson
From time to time,on Saturday mornings, I like to go grocery shopping. I go to the store early to avoid the crowds. All of us, I am sure, know how busy Wal-Mart can be. I am also sure I'm not the only one who...
By: Tammy Stoner
Money! Money! Money! The 1950's theme was to acquire money, buy a house, and move to the suburbs. It was quite the rage.The dream of the white picket fence, the large back yard in the home away from the city offered huge appeal for...
Hawaii: Culture and diversity in America's 50th state
By: uluwehiokaaina
What Is Hawai'i's place? In a previous article, the author wrote that Starbucks considers Hawai'i to be an international location. To know this is comforting to me (especially since I give them my money all too frequently). I admire the author of that article for...
By: Anthony Weatherspoon
Did they ever change the United States, You bet!When I was a kid we had a barbershop, a grocery store, a clothing store, a record boutique/hair salon and we knew just about everyone who lived within a two-mile radius.If we did something wrong...
By: Jennifer Flood
Suburbs are communities that have social and economic ties to a central urban area. They have existed since ancient times when cities were contained within walls and small villages surrounded them. These ancient cities and villages depended upon each other for survival. The villages provided...
By: Me...Again
Before suburbs, people were either city or country dwellers. There were no real in-betweeners. Country life, with its slower pace and relaxed attitudes, was the true American dream. Early on, city life was equated with hustle and bustle, a faster lifestyle fit only for vacations...
By: Linda Ann Nickerson
Welcome to the United States of Suburbia!Once viewed as a sign of affluence, the American suburb is now mass-produced. Tract housing is everywhere for nearly every income level. Single- and multi-family housing developments seem to crop up almost overnight, where farm fields once were...
By: Jon Coe
I have lived in the United States for over twenty years and I have seen communities change practically over night! People seem to be afraid of visiting the places where they grew up, as the change and deterioration makes them feel uneasy. Instead, they quickly...

 

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