Rhode Island is a small place, and we tend to notice when our residents do big things. Growing up here, I couldn’t avoid hearing chatter about locals like actor Viola Davis, baseball player Rocco Baldelli, and boxer Vinny Paz. Now, our eyes have turned to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who grew up in Barrington, went to high school in Portsmouth, and earned a master’s degree at the Naval War College in Newport.
How one teenage girl is using film to fight child sex trafficking
Rebecca Dharmapalan is using art to explore activism, tackling the commercial sexual exploitation of children in Oakland through film.
How advertising hijacked feminism. Big time
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9 Essential Marketing Tips from the Father of Advertising
Ogilvy on Advertising was one of the first books I had on my reading list back when I created my system for reading more. My only regret after finally reading it is having delayed for a year and a ha…
The $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot was finally claimed in South Carolina
It's the second-largest lottery prize in US history.
The SportsZone 2/16/17
The SportsZone 2/16/17 - Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star joined Bob Kemp to break down Indiana basketball.
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Understand the difference between digital and offset printing, and learn how the advise of your commercial printer can help you decide which to use.
Saint Augustine of Canterbury
May 27. Saint Augustine of Canterbury, a monk, was the first bishop of Canterbury. While he only labored for another eight years after establishing the diocese,
How easy is it to securely leak information to some of America’s top news organizations? This easy
One quick download and a codename: If I can use SecureDrop, you can do it too.
“These Are Not The Virtuous Men You’re Looking For”
Mandeville, LA – The Catholic religion’s stance on chastity is a very conservative one. Church doctrine was, and still is, very stern when it comes to sex. Sex is strictly reserved for marriage and any expression of sexuality outside of it is seen as a sin. During the Renaissance as well as today, this is not the case. Many individual cases of sexual promiscuity happened during those times and happen today on a daily basis. Even Renaissance priests joined in on the sin as they often times had affairs with laywomen or even with nuns. The profession of prostitution was and still is a lifestyle dedicated to being unchaste. While the Church’s viewpoint on chastity is strict, its punishment for it for it was not as extreme as the punishment mandated by the…