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LINDA BASSETT: 20 ways to use tomatoes –– The best way to eat tomatoes is fresh, out of hand and preferably beside a fragrant basil plant in the garden with juices slowly sliding down the chin. Since you can’t eat them all that way, I’ve made a list of my favorite ways to cook these gorgeous, fat end-of-summer tomatoes: fresh, frozen or unripe.
DANCING ON MY ASHES: Sorrow has turned into dancing for Heather Gilion. After her father passes away, and her husband and brother-in-law die in the same canoe accident, she joins forces with her sister and reexamines her relationship with God. “Dancing and ashes don’t usually go in the same sentence,” Gilion said. “But for us, after going through such a tragic time in our lives, the Lord brought us through a time of healing ..."
KENT BUSH: Tomorrow isn't promised - enjoy every minute - I love it when I see a little bit of myself in my son - at least when it is something good. Whenever I get home in time and we have the television on, my son and I like to watch the Discovery Channel game show called "Cash Cab." He always tries to answer the questions, but mostly he enjoys pointing out the "rare" occasion when I get an answer wrong.
GRANLUND CARTOON: John Boehner and the party of maybe.
GRANLUND CARTOON: The latest Cuban refugee – communism.
BRITT CARTOON: Spreading fear easier than learning about a religion.
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IRVING FRADKIN: Call for Israeli and Palestinian peace –– The Palestinians have so much to gain by making peace with Israelis. Consider that 60 percent of Palestinians live in poverty, and there’s no way for these people to get a job or have a business. However, Arabs that live in Israel work, own businesses and participate in government.
MAKING CENTS: Teach your college-age child how to handle money- When your tears dry after your child goes off to college, your next anxious moment is getting a call for money. Hopefully, your child can learn the financial discipline needed to put off this call. By John P. Napolitano.