"In These Times" is a magazine dedicated to exploring the social justice, political issues, and current events that the United States faces these days. Published in Chicago, the magazine's articles are written by staff, that explore issues facing all U.S. citizens. In this issue, articles are "News," "Appall-o-meter," "In Person", "Viewpoint: Resigning in Protest," "The First Stone," "Union Yes, War No," "Bush vs. the World," "Which Side are we on?," "Our Media, Not Theirs," "The Holy Grail," "Against All Odds," "Stranger than fiction," "Dear Mr. Vonnegut," and "Terrible Beauty."
In These Times magazine provides left-leaning analysis of current events. This issue's headlines include: Making Connections, Five Ways to combat Conservative Media, Is Cheap Broadband Un-American, Broadband Internet: Unhappily Ever After?, Too Much Media, The Blogosphere: Insiders vs. Outsiders, Union Stations, Where are the Women? and Numbers Before Politics.
Magazine In These Times; Behind the Scenes with the Progresive Powerbrokers
In These Times magazine provides left-leaning analysis of current affairs. This issue's headlines include: Behind the Scenes with the Progressive Powerbrokers, How Today's Media Makers are Shaping Tomorrow's News, What Everyone Knows (But No One Will Say) About Funding the Left, Why Barack Obama Isn't Getting His Mail, and Will the 2008 Election be Stolen?
Features on: Mass media's attacks on feminism; journalism ethics scandals; the Sony/Loews Cineplex Odeon lockout of union projectionists; an interview with professor of African-American Studies and Labor Party organizer Adolph Reed Jr.; new meat industry regulation expose by Gail Eisnitz; corporate sponsorship at the Museum of Science and Industry and its effects on exhibits on energy, AIDS, oil, food, and the environment. Published by students at the University of Chicago.
Retired seven years, widowed six years, childless, seventy-three years old, depressed, the author set out to find contentment through reflection and writing. Reinventing Myself: Memoirs of a Retired Professor is a series of personal essays recounting that quest and some of the experiences that came before it. Ms. Styne advocates writing for everyone, and hopes to encourage people of all ages, especially her fellow senior citizens, to write.