Reviews of The California Trail, The Cut and more.
Archive for November, 2011
Drivers should be diligent about protecting their vision
By LaNeta Crighton
The sun is down, rush hour is over, and the only traffic on the road is the occasional stray car that pops over the horizon. For some reason, the lights seem extra bright tonight. You rub your eyes and blink, but it’s still hard to focus.
Rep. Rick Crawford wants to pave the way for safer highways
By Mindy Long
As a member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Subcommittee on Highways and Transit, Rep. Rick Crawford (R-Ark.) is at the forefront of the nation’s transportation system.
When things get ugly, try a little kindness and watch it spread
By David A. Kolman, Senior Editor
With all that’s happening in the world these days, friendliness and kindness have all but gone away, replaced by crabbiness, aggravation, anger, stress, frustration and fear. Common courtesy and civility have gone by the wayside.