It’s May 1, 1969. As the war continues in Vietnam, people gather in the Senate Subcommittee on Communications in D.C. to fight for what they believe is critical to the American public. Proposed budget cuts to Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) threaten the programs that have become dear to so many, and $20 million is on the line. For a public television station, this is everything.
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Back in the 1990s, when Kirk was a college student and Bill Clinton was president, the two of them crossed paths. Kirk had already enjoyed some donuts and was up eight bucks, so he decided he’d have a little fun with the sitting president… what happened next?
Gifts, meal planning, and endless family gatherings can leave you feeling wrung out this holiday season. Ramp up your merry feelings by volunteering with your kids. By utilizing their talents to help others, they can learn valuable lessons. Try some of these simple activities and watch your kiddos transform into lean, mean, volunteering machines.
On Oct. 25, attorney Kirk Simoneau received the 2018 Bruce E. Friedman Pro Bono Award for his dedication and hard work while assisting victims of domestic violence. Simoneau has spent countless hours working to give people peace of mind through Domestic Violence Ended (DOVE), an organization that provides services and support for victims of domestic violence and their children.
I was at church a few weeks ago, as I usually am on Sundays, when something amazing happened. At the end of mass, I was approached by an older gentleman whom I’ve never met before.
I’ve been in my clients’ shoes, except, of course, mine are red sneakers. You see, I have a neurological disorder, which means I walk with a cane, sometimes roll in a wheelchair, and can’t wear formal “lawyer” shoes. Instead, I wear red sneakers wherever I go.