Category Archives: Egypt

Chipping ice in a winter of revolution

LEXINGTON, Mass. — This harsh winter has taken on its own rhythm. Every morning I grab the garden edger and take a few more whacks at the crust of ice coating our patio and driveway. Shock waves ripple through my … Continue reading

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Al Jazeera: An extraordinary glimpse of a revolution

I’ve bookmarked Al Jazeera English on my laptop, and become quite addicted to its live stream of coverage from Egypt.  This is a revolution whose outcome remains uncertain.  It’s potentially the fall of the Berlin Wall. Only this time, the … Continue reading

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