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The coming year will be chock full of 1968 commemorations. Deservedly so, because that was a pivotal year in which the convulsions of a decade converged and the country slouched over the edge of a precipice. It was, after all, the year of the Tet...
The Hartford CourantElections supposedly prevent convulsions, serving as safety valves that vent social pressures and enable course corrections. November's election will either be a prelude to a convulsion or the beginning of a turn away from one. America's public-policy...
Elections supposedly prevent convulsions, serving as safety valves that vent social pressures and enable course corrections. November’s election will either be a prelude to a convulsion or the beginning of a turn away from one. America’s...
Contributing columnist“My dog had a convulsion, what should I do?” My first reaction is to say you need to get your animal to a veterinarian as soon as possible, since there are so many reasons a dog might convulse. Some of the most common causes, especially...
Special to the TribuneOM-2, a high-tech performance group from Tokyo, could easily stand for omnisensory squared. Its new multimedia work, "The Convulsions of Mr. K.," features live performers screaming in anguish and contorting their bodies as six surrounding project maniacal...
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