By Frances Correa Capital News Service RICHMOND, Va. – Felipe Matos has been called many names, including “criminal,” “alien” and “not quite human.” All those descriptions come from the fact that he fits under the category of “undocumented immigrant.” Matos and many others were brought to the United States as children by parents who didn’t […]
President Obama claims that diplomacy is the way to go in the dispute with Iran over its nuclear ambitions. I think he’s lying. Obama is too smart to believe that Iran will do anything but stall while it continues to build weapons of mass destruction with which it may be able to achieve its dreams […]
Still Walking captures the pleasures and disappointments of everyday life in a Japanese family. I saw this Japanese film Still Walking by director Hirokazu Kore-eda at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, New York www.cinemartscentre.org. Three generations gather to commemorate the death of the oldest son of a doctor and his wife, a home-maker. What […]
An eight year old from London is thought to have broken the record for being the youngest person to take part in a wing-walk. The youngster used his grandfather’s aeroplane to help him complete the challenge. Tiger Brewer took part in the record-breaking at at the Rendcomb Airfield based in Gloucestershire. During the flight he […]
For a small child who is able to walk, using a toddler leash is a very good idea. Often toddlers want to explore while out with a parent. This gives them the ability to walk along without one arm being tugged on to keep the child in tow. Having a stroller handy is a good […]
The view on 109th.