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It’s St. Petersburg’s Bench, But Al Owns It
The sun rises over the bay in Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg, Florida. Lounging on a bench near the sea wall—his bench—is Al Nixon. “Hi ...
God Knows Us Each by Name
Within its first year, a dolphin develops a unique signature whistle which is the equivalent of its name; it uses this to identify itself to other dolphins. ...
Redemption for Bank Robber
Some people might say that having a face tattoo would make you look like a criminal. But in the case of Tyrone Lamont Allen, it was his tattoos that helped ...
Know Your Worth
Country music star Merle Haggard wrote the following lyrics after spending years in and out of prison:
When they let me out of prison, I held my head up ...
Garbage Men Cry When Residents Surprise Them With ‘Thank You’
Saul and Keon have never missed a day of work picking up trash in Miami Beach. They’re especially glad they were covering their route this week ...
Meet the Baby Who Was Born Twice
Margaret Boemer went for a routine ultrasound 16 weeks into her pregnancy with her third child. She quickly found out that things were far from routine. ...
More People Condemn Plastic Straws Than Abortion
A recent Angus Reid poll asked 1,528 Canadians for their moral perspectives on a wide variety of issues. Among the findings: while 51% thought that using ...
The Link Between Abortion and Mental Health Problems
A study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry reviewed data from 22 published studies and found a link between abortion and mental health difficulties. ...
The Emotional Toll of Abortion
Novelist Erica Jong supports abortion but is candid about its emotional toll. The author of provocative, sexual novels writes that abortion, for her, ...
Waiting Outside an Abortion Clinic Was Worth It
For ten years, once a week, I waited outside abortion clinics, offering help to the women and men going in and coming out. Most of the hours I spent outside ...