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WAKE UP CALL!: Readers' money woes
LISA GLOWINSKI: Ideas for covering tonight's presidential address on Iraq
2011 AUTO PREVIEW AND CAR CARE TAB: Reviews of 16 new cars, a look at stunning concepts and what to do if your used car was recalled
GRANDPARENTS DAY CALLOUT: Have kids draw Grandma and Grandpa
OUTDOOR LIVING: Tips on buying binoculars, getting into dove hunting and being a smarter deer hunter
LABOR DAY PAGE: Make your workplace happier, more productive
LABOR DAY CALLOUT: Ask for readers' weekend photos
MOSQUE CONTENT: Check out our package of content on the Ground Zero-area mosque controversy.
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FAMILY TIME: Create a kids room that inspires learning and creativity - Weekly family rail, with tips for a creative kids room, a review of “Takers” and more.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Be safe around any egg - Weekly food rail, with egg-safety tips, an easy corn chowder recipe and more.
PTSD: Veteran’s post-traumatic stress disorder eased through writing, friendshp - Kevin Shannon, 68, said he believes the art of writing and a chance friendship banished the demons of his post-traumatic stress disorder – a condition not diagnosed until 2005. By Suzette Martinez Standring.
RABBI RANDY KAFKA: Generosity as a spiritual practice - We tend to think of generosity primarily in terms of the willingness to give money or material possessions. But actually, in Jewish tradition, financial giving to support the community as well as those less fortunate is considered an obligation, not an expression of generosity.
REV. TESS BAUMBERGER: A day prayer - Summer is a bit of a down time for me as a Unitarian Universalist minister. I take time of for study and reflection, and for vacation. So instead of my usual columns, I would like to share some of my poetry with you.
DR. JEFF HERSH: Can bowel obstruction be prevented? - Q: I am 74 years old and had cervical cancer surgery and radiation treatments 16 years ago. Since then I have had multiple bouts of bowel obstruction. Is there anything I can do to prevent another one? Q&A with Dr. Hersh.
Dr. MURRAY FEINGOLD: Night owls vs. early birds - What is your chronotype? Your chronotype is your natural preference for certain times of the day. It's the time of the day when you are most productive, full of energy and intellectually stimulated.
DARIN ST. GEORGE: Plan your work, work your plan - I started a new morning boot camp class yesterday, and I wanted to kick it off with a bang for all the people brave enough to partake in my particularly pugnacious physical playground.
PHYSICIAN FOCUS: Preventing food-borne illness is everyone's job - The cases always capture headlines: Outbreaks put worries on the table, tainted lettuce sickens 19, egg recall sparked by salmonella threat. By Dr. Alfred DeMaria Jr.
KENNETH KNEPPER: A true sports fan nurtured to existence - Televised football begins this week, which means a couple things: I won’t be getting around to that list of honey-do projects posted on the refrigerator anytime soon, and my cell phone will be someplace other than at my side for the next several weekends.
GRANLUND CARTOON: My name is Hurricane Earl
GRANLUND CARTOON: First day of school
GRANLUND CARTOON: The Iraq war aftermath
EDITORIAL: Five years after Hurricane Katrina, lessons from a work in progress - How to characterize New Orleans five years after Hurricane Katrina slammed the city and surrounding region? By The Journal Star.
KENT BUSH: Know where temptation traps are set - You can learn a lot about life just by going to the grocery store. Have you ever noticed that milk and other necessities are located in the very back of the store? Forcing you to walk all the way through the store to get what may be the only item you need allows the store to attempt to sell some less-necessary items to you on your way to the dairy aisle and back.
AMY GEHRT: Sammy Sosa deserves better - In 1998, Major League Baseball was in trouble and losing fans fast. In the wake of the ’94-’95 strike, the biggest strike ever in professional sports, fans were disillusioned and bitter. Then something happened that changed everything: the home run chase between Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire.
PAUL A. EISENSTEIN: Nissan Juke is pretty and peppy - Some vehicles just catch your eye, like the new Nissan Juke, which seemed to draw a crowd wherever we went during a recent drive around Vancouver.
MAKING CENTS: Retirees need sustainable-income plan - Retirees and workers have differing views of how to invest and draw income from their assets. Retirees typically share a few major issues in common. They don't like losses. They are afraid of running out of money. They are reluctant to learn new things or change their vision of what they should do with their money. By John P. Napolitano.
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