Cyberbullying is defined as: “The use of electronic communication to bully a person by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.” It is out there and it is on the rise. Especially at risk, of course, are adolescents and teenagers. According to the Cyberbullying Research Center in fact, 33.8 percent of teens surveyed between … Continued
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Who are the kids and who are the adults in the room? In the aftermath of last week’s school shooting in Florida, the answer to that question has become readily apparent. The horror is terrible. The outrage palpable. Our elected officials culpable. The resolve of the students and parents of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School … Continued
At a time when our country can feel divided in so many ways, it is refreshing that a much anticipated event takes place each year that can be a much welcomed if not temporary respite from the every day. Yes, it is Super Bowl Sunday and the pizza will never taste as good. The Super … Continued
In the sad, sordid and ongoing tale of Michigan State University/Larry Nassar we are still left with far too many questions: How could something like this have happened… again? Didn’t anyone learn from Penn State? Who knew what when? And, perhaps as importantly as we shake our heads in disgust and disbelief: How could any … Continued
In 1994, I was a snot-nosed rookie PR hack trying to learn the ropes and earn my keep. I was assigned the Village Green account – a still young company already revolutionary in the luxury apartment realm. My direct contact? Tim Smith. Younger than me by a year but already operating at a much higher … Continued
Yesterday morning in Hawaii, the unthinkable seemed to be happening: A ballistic missile was incoming, the text and highway civil defense systems were warning; with fifteen minutes until impact the citizenry was implored to take cover. Many fled to interior rooms, underground parking garages and even bathtubs to await the worst. Thirty-eight agonizing minutes later, … Continued