Ebola virus is making headlines everywhere these days and for good reason. Out of curiosity, I thought it might be interesting to look at the reporting on Ebola over time in something like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. It turns out, Ebola has been making headlines and reported on in both since the 1970s.
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The New York Times, Dec. 1, 1976
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Good news for Denver Business Journal readers!! The Denver Public Library has a new online Denver Business Journal portal available from any Denver Public Library location.
The online portal provides access to articles published on an ongoing basis and links to special features like Biz Leads, Court Records, Current Lists, and People on the Move. Additionally, there are links to the digital editions of the weekly print publication as well as the Book of Lists and other special publications.
I was listening to Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life on our new record player recently and the track "Black Man" came on. I have to admit that I didn't really know this one but it's great, just like the entire album is great.
Watching a lot of World Cup games has been and will continue to be a lot of fun and exciting... and entertaining. I've heard a few groans about how there's way too much drama and bodies flopping all over the field. It doesn't bother me too much and it certainly doesn't make me NOT want to watch as much as I can.
Things seem to come in waves. I read something the other day about Billy Joel flubbing the lyrics to his very own "We Didn't Start the Fire" and then slamming it for being the worst thing he's ever written. It's definitely one of those tunes you can't get out of your head but who could possibly memorize all of it!
Then I heard it on the radio or somewhere like that... who knows, could have been Spotify, a car driving by, Pandora, elevator music.