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Lia Seth worries that a backlash against handicap placard abuse could deny them to people who, like her, depend on them.
Richard Swerdlow hopes your Christmas is filled with late errands, disorganized events and heavenly peace.
Dave Almy and two camo-wearing, toy gun-toting teens raise alarms, and are met by a pair of polite, deferential police officers.
Music used to be a great holiday offering, but Matt Fogelson says the Streaming Age has robbed him of his go-to gift.
Alison Seevak finds meaning in the Christmas hassle by shopping for people she doesn't even know.
America takes pride in being "exceptional." Brock Winstead says unless we live up to our laws against torture and police misconduct, we're not.
Protesters tried to torch Carol Denney's Berkeley apartment building, but masked vandals can never match what peaceful numbers achieve.
You can't have a conversation on race if both sides aren't prepared to listen. Matt McDonell is prepared to listen.
Peggy Hansen considers the weight of something that, despite the wet start to December, we still have precious little of.
Tim Tosta loves a good fire in the hearth on a wintry day, but times have changed and he's changing with it.