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Sunday Discussion: A Reporter’s Footage From Inside The Capitol Siege | The New Yorker

Welcome to Sunday Discussion.  Each week, this post will feature a serious topic that needs to be featured and talked about.  You can “discuss” it on your own social media networks as […]

Sunday Discussion: What Do Foreign Correspondents Think of the U.S.?

This is an important video from The New Yorker.  The magazine interviewed journalists from around the world who are reporting on the 2020 Presidential race—and offering perspectives not found in American media […]

See Why Two Men Are Walking Every Block in New York City

The New Yorker has a great video out about what two guys are doing.  New York City has over 6,000 miles of streets across five boroughs. William Helmreich and Matt Green plan to […]

Could Alexander City Become Famous Thanks To Harper Lee

You know Harper Lee, she wrote the classic book “To Kill An Mockingbird” that made Monroeville famous.  We all know that a second book from Harper Lee called “Go Set A Watchman” […]

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