Terri Giuliano Long shares pictures of Boston, city of strength, resilience, and courage.
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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.
Whatever our differences, in times of crisis we instinctively reach out to help one another. Sandy has caused devastation and my heart goes out to everyone who has been and remains affected. To those who have lost loved ones, their homes, or been displaced, know that people across America –… Read more »
I’ve been asked to take part in Pavarti K. Tyler’s wonderful Celebrating Community Blog Hop this week. Yesterday I posted a favorite recipe, something to share with a key community: my family. Today, I’m talking about what community means to me. I’ve taken a slightly different approach and talked about… Read more »
This post was originally published on Ken Levinson’s blog, The Safest Line: Preventing Child Injury by Promoting Child Safety.Â Ken is a veteran child injury attorney and also a father of three based in Chicago, Illinois. I thank him for allowing me to appear on his blog and reproduce the post… Read more »
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We’ve come a long way in the 236 years since our forefathers signed… Read more »
To celebrate the launch of his second novel,Â A World Apart, David M. Brown invited people to join in his Argggh-some Launch Party and share their thoughts on pirates! I was delighted not only to have the opportunity to post on this theme, but also to support a wonderful and… Read more »
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.’
Last spring, I asked students in my Web communications class to post a blog in response to two articles: ‘The Selling of a President,’ by Joe McGinniss, from Parade magazine, and ‘Coakley v Brown: The Social Media Divide May Decide Election,’ from the Huffington Post. Both had been written prior… Read more »