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Woman robbed at Forty First St. and Lake Shore Blvd. West of prescription drugs with $10,000 street value

An Aug. 17, 2016 Toronto Star article is entitled: “Woman robbed of prescription drugs with $10,000 street value: Police say the 63-year-old was pushed by two assailants, who stole hundreds of painkillers and muscle relaxants.” The opening paragraphs read: Police are warning the public after two men allegedly pushed a 63-year-old woman to the ground and […]

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Empirical research and anecdotal experience appear to support power posing: Dec. 28, 2015 New York Times book review

Updates Click here for posts about Amy Cuddy’s research > A Nov. 3, 2016 Language and Cognition article is entitled: “Power in time: The influence of power posing on metaphoric perspectives on time.” [End]   In 1959, Erving Goffman introduced his theory of impression management. The concept of impression management in turn brings to mind discussions […]

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Re: File No. B30/15EYK, A259/15EYK, A260/15EYK – 33 Forty-Second Street

Update: The application has been deferred > [End of update]   City of Toronto Ward 6 Councillor Mark Grimes has circulated the following letter to the Committee of Adjustment: COA – DEFERRAL-33 – Forty-Second The message reads as follows: Councillor Mark Grimes Ward 6 416-397-9273 councillor_grimes@toronto.ca www.markgrimes.ca Chair and Committee Members Committee of Adjustment Etobicoke […]

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Nicholas Winton Is Dead at 106; Saved Children from the Holocaust – July 1, 201t New York Times

A July 1, 2015 New York Times article is entitled: “Nicholas Winton Is Dead at 106; Saved Children from the Holocaust.” An excerpt reads: Nearly all the saved children were orphans by war’s end, their parents killed at Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen or Theresienstadt. After the war, many remained in Britain, but others returned to Czechoslovakia or […]

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The real problem with America’s inner cities: May 10, 2015 New York Times article

Many perspective lend themselves to the study of what are called “inner cities.” Among the perspectives is evidence-based research including ethnographic research by Alice Goffman, the daughter of Erving Goffman. Another perspective relates to evidence-based research about North American drug laws. A May 10, 2015 New York Times article is entitled:”The Real Problem With America’s Inner […]