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Tidbit: East Coast Establishment

“My father rejected his Andover-Dartmouth-Yale past as part of the East Coast Establishment that he felt was intrinsically evil. He dedicated his life to academia and, on the side, built homes for Habitat for Humanity.  I was lucky to have more than my father’s influence.”  (Huffington Post, “Will A Vow Of Poverty Fill The Void In […]

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Tidbit: The Chinese Century

Jim Luce coined this expression is a speech in the Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium of the United Nations in 2000 when he juxtaposed “The American Century” spoken of by Henry Luce of Time-Life for the Twentieth Century to the new century at hand. Tweet

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Tidbit: American Century

Henry Luce of Time-Life coined this phrase for the 1900’s (Twentieth Century), particularly the time after World War II. Tweet

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Tidbit: Tamil Tigers

See story by Jim Luce, “Explaining the Tamil Tigers” in the Huffington Post. Jim Luce considers this group to adhere to Fundamentalist terrorism and he opposes it, as he opposes extremist terror activity in Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and all ideologies that see the world in black-and-white. Tweet

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Jim Luce on His Father

New York, N.Y.  Jim Luce was Stan Luce’s fourth and last child.  Stan Luce, a French professor emeritus at Miami University of Ohio, introduced Jim to France, canoeing, construction and woodworking.  Stan grew up and was educated on the East Coast and summered in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Jules Verne’s Kip Brothers Translated into […]

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Spotlight on the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater

New York, N.Y. Modern dance with a Latin Touch, a “Latin Classicism,” dance styles including salsa, meringue, and tango with European and American classical music. This is the essence of the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater (AGDT), which will be performing Primavera April 17 and 18 at the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center. “Primavera” is a spring […]

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Jim Luce on Disaster Relief

Connecting Disaster Relief Through Technology After Earthquake in Haiti Dr. Judy on Trauma of Disasters – like Haitian Earthquake Dr. Judy Kuriansky trained local Boy Scouts to be “comforters”in the wake of the earthquake that recently destroyed Haiti.For the complete listing of thematic stories, see Jim Luce Writes. Trademarks are property of their respective owners.  […]

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Jim Luce on Nigeria

Jim Luce first met Nigerians in NYC.  Soon, he was invited to his first Nigerian wedding in Brooklyn – followed by another in the Bronx.  His friend Uche Udensi has told him many stories of his native land.  Jim hopes to visit one day. Indian-American Med Student on Malaria and Poverty in Nigeria Fall Pick: […]

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Sphere We Go! WonderWorks Orlando Unveils New STEM Exhibit Explaining Earth’s Spheres

Sphere We Go! WonderWorks Myrtle Beach Announces New STEM Exhibit Explaining Earth’s Spheres

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