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Progress Edition — 2008

Your eyes might glaze over as you see page after page of listings in this issue. Where, oh where are the stories, you might well ask. What is going...

The ‘Riverdance’ of Africa

In 1998, South African performer/producer Richard Loring started a school for disadvantaged South African youth interested in performance. When CNN decided to broadcast its millennial festivities, on New...

Progress Edition Continued

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Who Gets Help in a Pandemic?

Art Caplan's dissertation in philosophy - examining why evolutionary theory is scientific and creationism is not - didn't make it to the bestseller's list when he wrote it 25...

Waste Not, Pollute Not: Can Food Waste Save the World?

There is power on your dinner plate. Whether passed-over peas or leftover bread, your table scraps could help improve the economy and environment, as well as benefit your fellow...

Progress Edition

by Barbara Figge Fox and Scott MorganYour eyes might glaze over as you see page after page of listings in this issue. Where, oh where are the stories, you...

Survival Guide: Community Works Conference Returns

The end of this month is a busy time for nonprofits. The annual Community Works Conference kicks off on Monday, January 28, and is followed by the Tyco Nonprofit...

Kathleen McGinn Spring

Driving to work last week, I unthinkingly launched into my morning radio routine. Since George Bush's second election I have boycotted all serious broadcast news, and have turned my...

Interchange: Paid Leave Would Cripple NJ Economy

New Jersey's economy is on the brink. Our property taxes and health insurance costs are the highest in the nation, the sales tax was increased just last year, and...

From Homeland Security to Hardwood Action

The draw of sports rests entirely on the connection fans feel for the games. Technology takes conspicuous advantage of that. Round the clock sports channels, primetime broadcasts, and off-season...