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How Can Cannabis Help Those at the End of Life?:An interview with Dress Wedding and Kelly Quirke of Harborside Health Center, Part One
Documentary Film Review: “Indestructible,” Directed By Ben Byer:Ben Byer chronicled his experience with ALS and his worldwide search for a cure
“Ooh Child” by The Five Stairsteps:The Burke family soul band, named by their mother for the way they stood in group photos, promised a better life in complicated times.
Tag Archives: Classic Literature
A cautionary tale of how selfish desires of power and unattained knowledge can lead to devastating consequences of death and unbearable grief
Upon my rereading of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, not so pleasant memories of cramming in-depth analyses of and composing essays in preparation for the AP English exam eight years ago came flooding back to me. As someone who would describe … Continue reading
Friends struggle with how to break very bad news in this story of the moment before grief
A prominent 20th-century author and one of the great masters of language, Vladimir Nabokov wrote his share of epic, seminal novel-length works, including Lolita, Pale Fire, and Ada, or Ardor. But in the short story “Breaking the News,” first published … Continue reading