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Dona Gibbs, born in North Carolina, is a graduate of the School of Journalism of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received her master's degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, in Evanston, IL. She worked as a reporter for The Durham Morning Herald, her hometown newspaper, from high school through college. After graduation, she then worked as an advertising copywriter for several New York advertising agencies. Now retired, she has returned to first love: news feature writing.
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New Yorker Festival, a Flicker of Hope for the Printed Word
Writers, actors, journalists and commentators take the stage
1
Theroux can be cranky. When he's hot, he tells the reader. When he's disgusted at the vagaries of bureaucracy, he lets u... >>more
2008.10.10
Google Adds Public Transport Directions to Its NYC Maps
How to get from here to there by bus, subway, train and ferry
2
Will this new feature of Google maps transform the experience of public transportation? No, but it takes some of the an... >>more
2008.09.30
American Indian Art? That's Baskets, Right?
New exhibit overturns preconceptions
3
Fifteen works were chosen from native artists from Canada, the United States and Mexico. They are as diverse as their cr... >>more
2008.08.08
Have You Seen a Ghost Bike?
Bone white memorials haunting reminders of tragic deaths
4
The first ghost bike was installed in 2002 by Patrick Van Der Tuin, a St. Louis man who helps run a shop that caters to ... >>more
2008.07.25
Where to Go When Your Mac Gets Sick
The funky New York store that users either love or hate
5
I've had some anxious times at Tekserve. I was in the midst of loading up an assortment of CDs into my Mac's iTunes when... >>more
2008.06.07
Turn a Building Into a Musical Instrument
David Byrne's latest project has the beams shaking
6
Creative Time and David Byrne of Talking Heads fame have teamed up to turn this 99- year-old Beaux Arts building into a ... >>more
2008.06.02
The Past Is Present for a Living History Reenactor
Marty Baum spins a yarn of pioneer Florida
7
Marty Baum of Jensen Beach has turned himself into a living, breathing history lesson on Florida's early settlers. He sp... >>more
2008.05.24
World's Largest Butterfly House to Open
Good news for nature lovers in U.K.
8
By 2011 the world will have another butterfly house. Businessman and renowned lepidopterist Clive Farrell is building a ... >>more
2008.05.17
How Do You Say Racist in Spanish?
[Commentary] Language can become a political issue
9
The argument goes that allowing -- much less encouraging -- a bilingual society is an impediment to assimilation. "They ... >>more
2008.05.17
One of the Longest, Yet Forgotten, US Wars
The Seminole Wars were bloody, costly and a presidential obsession
10
"People say Florida has no history. They're wrong. This place has been a site of human habitation for at least 5,000 ye... >>more
2008.04.09
Plants Can Turn Nasty, So Watch Out
Getting rid of invasive species proves costly
11
They grow with their feet in the water; they grow on dry soil. They grow just about anywhere. They are one of Florida's ... >>more
2008.03.06
Florida's Drinking Water Is Running Low
Restoring the Everglades may avert a crisis
12
There's a reason why Florida tomatoes are plump, the green bean crops are bountiful, sugar cane fields so dense, golf co... >>more
2008.02.28
Where Dogs Make the Scene in West Palm Beach
The best way to visit the Green Market is at one end of a leash
13
As sunny a scene as the Green Market presents, there is a dark side for some Florida dogs. South Florida is home to 16 d... >>more
2008.02.20
What Is the Oldest U.S. Professional Ballet Company?
No, it's not New York, Philly or Boston
14
Tonight, everything was perfection in spite of a steady, cold drizzle outside. The audience was a spectacle upon itself.... >>more
2008.01.27
How Do You Crank Up to Write?
I know all about what makes the famous writers different from me
15
While there's plenty of talk about routine and discipline, discipline and routine, I'd also like to know more about what... >>more
2008.01.19
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