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Trump Just Can't Help Himself
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
If the past is any prologue, by the end of the week nobody's going to even remember this speech, because by then Trump will have had at least two or three blowups out on the campaign trail -- which will become the story, instead.
31 Ways To Squeeze All You Can Out Of The Rest Of Summer
Connecticut novelist, blogger, retired business executive
It's August. The political conventions are over. They have left me with sleepless nights and high blood pressure. And there are so many days to go of increasing nastiness and vicious side-taking.
Why, For Me, August Is The Cruelest Month
Founding director, Cherry Preschool; Blogger, ChicagoNow
I should love August. I was married August 18, 1968, and am getting close to celebrating the 50-year mark. But I have always disagreed with T.S. Eliot who proclaimed in his poem 'The Wasteland' that 'April is the cruelest month.' For me it's August.
6 August Vacations That Won’t Be Bananas Expensive And Overcrowded
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Retail Chatter #10
Founder, June Haynes Luxury Retailing
The common thread for a retailer, hotelier or restaurant is great service and experience; therefore, in the Caribbean, the challenge is keeping the core values consistent with its international counterparts.
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8 Dynamite Books For The Dog Days Of Summer
This month we're reading about unstoppable heroines, disappointed housewives, sexy sleuths...and more.
6 Essential Cocktails For August Entertaining
August is the last month for lots of great summer fruits, but it's also the time to embrace the ones that are going to be around for a little bit longer.
Paris in August Is Paradise!
Born in France, immigrated to the USA / Features and Travel Wr...
No worries, if many small shops, such as local butchers, bakers, cheese and fruit shops are closed for the month, there is never going to be any shortage of food in Paris! After all, we're talking about the capital of good food!
These Lovely Illustrations Are Proof There's Beauty Outside Our Phones
All you need to do is look up.
Surviving the Dog Days of Summer: 6 Tips to Stay Motivated
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Three Ways to Replace That Old Hide-A-Key
Michael L. Berman
Writer and editor
We've had a chance to play with three more door latches and deadbolt locks that can make you feel more secure.
The Planet Just Had Its Warmest August On Record
Barack Obama And The Misery Of His Augusts, Ranked
There was definitely a time in President Barack Obama's life in which he looked forward to August. He was, after all, born on Aug. 4. And Hawaii seems like it's maybe the best part of America in which to spend an August.
What To Do During Orlando's 'Frozen' Summer
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
Let's talk about the elephant in the room. Disney in August is everything you would expect. There are crowds, there is heat, there is humidity. And yet, it is one of our favorite times of the year to visit the theme park.
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Before Summer Quiets Down: Seek Moments of Solitude
Creator and founder of the website and podcast, Chapter Be
While we might not have the power to turn America into Europe and declare August vacances season, we can take small steps to stop the busyness in our own lives and take real moments of solitude -- a "vacances de la solitude," if you will.
Essential Rules to Being a House Guest
CEO, The Creative Class Group & Best-Selling Author, Upgrade
Don't linger. Just like a hotel has to turn over and clean the room for the next guests, most likely so do your hosts. Agree well in advance when you're coming and when you're leaving and stick to plan. Know when to say, "adios, amigos!"
My charges are no more equipped for the first day of second grade than I was for the first hour of motherhood.
Congress' Labor Daze
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
Rather than discussing the pros and cons of striking Syria today, we have to point out something which should be glaringly obvious -- that Congress will be
continuing their fifth week of vacation
rather than returning to Washington to vote on whether America should go to war.
Don't Waste Your Last Few Weeks Of Summer 2013!
Todd Van Luling
Australian Coal Is Not the Poverty-fighting Saviour for India
South Asia campaigns coordinator, 350.org
We are not fighting the reality that India needs energy to bring millions of our people out of poverty, but we are fighting the myth that coal is the solution.
The Perseids: Our Connection to the Stars
Washington, D.C.-based writer, editor, and photojournalist
It is time for the Perseid meteor shower, August's illuminating pre-dawn treat for sky gazers. The fiery streaks of dust and sand-sized bits of grit are the sparkling wake residue of comet Swift-Tuttle, last seen in northern hemisphere skies in 1992.
All About August
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For many, August feels like the month of last hurrahs -- squeezing in a few more barbecues, beaches, and weekend getaways before Labor Day and that old "Back to School" mentality sneak in to end our summer fun.
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