To an outsider first seeing this, it sounds like you're taking the highest-achieving poor kids out of the district. The population that is left is a population of equally poor students with low academic achievement. This helps the students that get out, but it makes it worse for those who are left in. What am I missing here?
This is one of the best movies I've seen this year. Although reluctant to see it, I walked out thoroughly moved.
"Named in honor of Schram's farmer parents, Harvest Café also serves lunch, with the midday meal receiving the same attention to detail as the morning one." Their name was Harvest?
Some new suggestions here, thanks, but so many glaring omissions. Here are the first couple dozen that come to mind, in alphabetical order. If you have trouble locating any of them, please let me know.
-Bombay Chaat House
-Brooks Landing Diner
-The Gate House
-Grill and Greens
-The Lunch Box
-Mise en Place
-The Old Toad
-Voula's Greek Sweets
On Garrison Keillor's Writers Almanac show this morning on WXXI-FM, he read a brief piece by writer Molly Ivins that reminded me of your column this week: "I am not anti-gun. I'm pro-knife. Consider the merits of the knife. In the first place, you have to catch up with someone in order to stab him. A general substitution of knives for guns would promote physical fitness. We'd turn into a whole nation of great runners. Plus, knives don't ricochet. And people are seldom killed while cleaning their knives."
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