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Greg Huston: Pitt’s free fall, high-flying ’Canes and men in tights
As we inch closer to every gambler’s dream that is “March Madness,” you’d be hard pressed to find a more fitting adjective than “madness” to describe the season of the Pitt men’s basketball team.
Kali Davies-Anderson: A heartfelt thanks for my blog response
For this week’s post, I would simply like to extend a heartfelt “thank you” for the outpouring of love and kind words shown to me regarding my blog last Tuesday.
Mitchel Olszak: Giving nutrition a new look
How many people look at the nutritional data placed on food packages? I mean really, really look at them, assess the numbers and act on the information.
Culinary Conversation: Take the cake and pass the pie
It’s a new month. And it’s time to be thinking about replacing the snowblowers with lawn mowers. But March can be brutal. There’s a saying that in western Pennsylvania, we can’t breathe easier until we get past St. Patrick’s Day. Still, I’m thinking positively and considering all things new.
Dave Ramsey: Let kids make money mistakes
“Dave Says” is a weekly column featuring financial advice from nationally syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey. His column is filled with timely, relevant questions and answers taken from actual letters and calls on Ramsey’s radio progam, “The Dave Ramsey Show.”
Lori Brothers: Purpose, passion can pull you away from appearance preoccupation
Please keep in mind, what you see in the mirror is totally up to you. The deluge of messages influencing our self-image can be overwhelming. The media, society, internal psychological and social variables and family dynamics play a major role in how we develop our self image, contributing to how you see and feel about yourself.
The Sports Blog: NFL mock drafts, bad behavior and Boeheim
With the NFL Draft fast approaching, it’s now open season for everyone and their brother to take a shot at a mock draft. Besides the pointlessness of trying to predict the unpredictable, there’s way too many of these things to try to glean anything worthwhile.
Kali Davies-Anderson: My struggle with an eating disorder — and how I ultimately won
Millions of Americans suffer from eating disorders. Among them are Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and eating disorders not otherwise specified. An estimated 90 percent of those suffering are adolescent and young women, though men and adults suffer from eating disorders as well.
Mitchel Olszak: Legislative inaction puts Pennsylvania marriage in the courts
In defending Pennsylvania over a lawsuit regarding gay marriage, commonwealth lawyers are falling back on what little they have. They note that last year’s Supreme Court decision involving the federal Defense of Marriage Act did not order states to require gay weddings.
Culinary Conversation: Yes, soup for you! Try some!
The groundhog said six more weeks of winter, and nobody is going to argue with his assessment. The upside is — we’re closer to daffodils, the swallows returning to Capistrano and sooner rather than later, gardening. There’s already been a glimmer of spring’s promises this week.
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