Po Bronson

Sadly, when it comes to transracial adoption, there are such things as stupid questions. Please don’t ask us “Where did you
How can our children learn to handle these challenges if we constantly protect them, solve their problems, and always focus on their happiness and finding their passion?
Do you believe you can become more talented if you work at it, or are you stuck with "just" your innate abilities? This is
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Po Bronson's and Ashley Merryman's article "Why Some Kids Handle Pressure while Others Fall Apart?" captures the essence of contemporary test-driven school reform. Their science (probably) is solid. Their education policy dictates, however, are based on no more than their personal preferences.
There's a new literary camp in town. Litquake and the San Francisco Writers' Grotto have joined their wonder twin powers to form Lit Camp a literary writing intensive with representatives from McSweeney's, The Believer, ZYZZYVA and The Rumpus.
To my mind, the two authors at the festival who best represented where the industry has been and where it could be headed were Herman Wouk and Dave Eggers.
The Japanese have perhaps my favorite uniform in the tournament. But they can't score goals. Which makes it very difficult to win games. So I believe Japan will fall on their own sword in South Africa.
The last time we saw Italy at the World Cup, they were saying rude things about people's sisters, getting head butted, and dancing gleefully with the trophy. They are back with much of the same crew intact.