From Dexter to the Good Wife, series have braved the wrath of fans with some shocking TV deaths. Terri Giuliano Long shares 11 that caught her off guard…
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Terri Giuliano Long shares pictures of Boston, city of strength, resilience, and courage.
Terri Giuliano Long shares some of the most inspirational actions from the people of Boston and across the world in response to the Boston Marathon attack.
The news of the Boston Marathon explosions is heartbreaking, shocking, and devastating. Here are some of the latest tweets with useful links for information
Terri Giuliano Long reflects that we’ve come a long way since the ‘Woman, know your place’ era, but not far enough.
Terri Giuliano Long shares her thoughts on the recent #CutforBieber prank and invites four others to share their opinions.
Terri Giuliano Long shares a glimpse of the changes in buying and reading habits that the rise of ereaders has brought about.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, blogger Amanda Chambers and author Susan Salluce are appealing to people to offer their helping hands for two drives.
Terri Giuliano Long considers community: why it’s far from an old-fashioned concept
Raising teens is never easy: they push boundaries and in their quest for new experiences, they don’t always make the right choices…
As we celebrate Independence Day, let us also reflect on the nation that is sadly divided into the rich and poor, the haves and have nots.
To celebrate the launch of A World Apart, Terri Giuliano Long posts about how dreams of flying and pirates helped shape her writing dream
Has your daughter found herself a dreadful boyfriend? Check out Terri Giuliano Long’s 5 tongue-in-cheek solutions!
Recent backlash following the J-Crew advert that showed a mom painting her son’s toenails has Terri Giuliano Long questioning stereotypes
Last year, four young men, on a pre-dawn joyride, brutally murdered a young mother and seriously injured her eleven-year-old daughter. The boys-at the time 17, 18 and 19 years-old-planned their crime, set out that night with the express purpose of killing innocent people. The driver carried a machete, another boy a four-inch foldable knife. When the teens broke into the house, selected at random, their victims lay asleep in their beds.
‘It was just a game,’ the ringleader, now on trial for first-degree murder, told a friend afterward. ‘It was fun.’
By addressing young adults through a media they understood and claimed as their own, Barack Obama told young people you matter.