"So many women are going through their own fertility issues, and I want to open up the conversation to get us all talking instead of sneaking onto that baby chat room and scrolling endlessly through the comments hoping to stumble upon someone going through a similar situation,'' she wrote. "Well, here I am, putting myself out there, and maybe it will give just one other woman the motivation to keep plugging along." … [Read more...] about TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer Is Pregnant With Her 2nd Boy
The move, which the chain publicly started considering in January, comes as more people have signed up to support an employee-led campaign to install "safe needle disposal boxes in the bathrooms of high-risk areas." In February 2018, the Starbucks employee who started the petition reported being the third "partner" (the term Starbucks uses to describe its employees) to be pricked by a dirty needle in a Seattle-area cafe. … [Read more...] about Starbucks to Install More Needle Disposal Boxes in Bathrooms Nationwide
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From the first aspirational songs of youthful hope and longing (“Blowin’ in the Wind”) to the journalistic story songs (“The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll,” “Hurricane”) and then on to the dreamscapes infested with dark images of American injustice (“Blind Willie McTell”), Dylan discovered a personal and idiomatic language that spoke intimately to so many of us. He knew what he was doing, too, although he was often purposely evasive whenever he spoke about the magic of his art. In Quintilian’s words, “To avoid all display of art in itself requires consummate art.” Or, as Dylan observed idiomatically, he simply “knew the inner substance of the thing and could connect the pieces.” … [Read more...] about As most-cited songwriter, Bob Dylan brings complex poetry to court opinions
“What, for example, is ‘the message’ of the Greco-Roman mosaic of the word ‘Imagine’ that was donated to New York City’s Central Park in memory of John Lennon?” Alito wrote. “Some observers may ‘imagine’ the musical contributions that John Lennon would have made if he had not been killed. Others may think of the lyrics of the Lennon song that obviously inspired the mosaic and may ‘imagine’ a world without religion, countries, possessions, greed or hunger.” … [Read more...] about Dueling Supreme Court Rock Citations: First Dylan, Now Lennon