Archives for November 2015

Monthly Archives: November 2015

Local

Journey, Doobie Brothers to Play White River Amphitheatre

Journey and The Doobie Brothers will bring the “SAN FRANCISCO FEST 2016” tour to White River Amphitheatre on Tuesday, August 23. ...
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Editorial

We Are Done Having Kids: Saying Goodbye to Sperm

My partner, Amy, and I love our kids, but we are done creating them. No more. Our family is complete. ...
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National

Study: Student Loan Debt is Major Barrier to Entrepreneurship

Among those who graduated between 2006 and 2015, 63 percent left college with some amount of student loan debt. ...
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Petco launches Dr. Seuss Pet Fans Collection
National

Petco Launches Dr. Seuss Pet Fans Collection in Time for the Holidays

A new collection at Petco features an assortment of fantastical dog and cat products inspired by some of Dr. Seuss's most popular children's books. ...
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Snuggle up next to the adobe hearth in the Leghorn casita at Casa Gallina in Taos, New Mexico
Travel

Casa Gallina Enchants Guests with Country Life New Mexico Style

Guests love the Casa for good reason. The entire grounds are surrounded by Taos Mountain and the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. ...
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Photo: UW Health
Health

The Ins and Outs of Finding a Doctor for Your LGBT Family

If they can’t answer simple questions that any parent, straight or single, would ask, then they probably aren’t the best doctor for you or your children. ...
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Lesbians in Morocco have to choose to stay or go because coming out at home means a life of hiding or a life destroyed. Photo: Marie von Hafften/GlobalPost
Travel

Traveling Britons Favor Beaches, Nightlife Over Human Rights, Study Finds

There are 54 Commonwealth countries and 41 of those countries have anti-gay laws on the books and 60 percent of all people living with HIV live in the Commonwealth countries. ...
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Editorial

After Paris: The Search for Goodness in Humanity

They tell you to have a thick skin in media, but sometimes I forget to guard my soul. I am confused at our cannibalistic ways. ...
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Brandy Black/The Next Family
Editorial

Cooking With Your Kids When You Can’t Cook

It’s no secret in my house that I can’t cook. The kids generally don’t like my food and my wife walks into a smoky kitchen every time I attempt anything out of the ordinary. ...
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National

NatGeo Launches ‘Find Your Park, Love Your Park’ Program for Students

National Geographic has developed five free downloadable activity modules for educators, including an interactive map of all U.S. national parks. ...
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