Pope Benedict XVI's trip this week to the United States will include high-profile visits to the White House, United Nations and Ground Zero. But no matter what political issues or media angles may be buzzing before take-off, the Vatican tends to stress the pastoral aspect of any papal journey.
This week's edition of The Toledo View features interviews with Comedian Corey King of 92.5 Kiss FM, and Fitness Trainer Teri Brillhart of Super Fitness.
We also have the word on the streets from Jim Caputo, Ashley Lewis and Chester Taylor.
There is also a hot and controversial editorial, "Why Uncle Tom's and Aunt Jane's Are Necessary!"
Of course there is so much more...
Breast Cancer Vaccine Works Against Deadlier Form of Disease
Sunday, April 13, 2008; 12:00 AM
SUNDAY, April 13 (HealthDay News) -- A breast cancer vaccine significantly reduced the risk of recurrence for patients who have a high expression of the protein HER2-neu.
F**d LeF*****e of WSPD will have Doug Haynam, Jon Stainbrook, and Gene Cross as guests tomorow. Normally F**d wouldn't post an announcement like this but there seems to be a lot of interest in this Republican dust up, so it's an opportunity to hear both sides on one station. Posted with tongue deep in cheek by F**d LeF***** of F**d LeF***** and the Morning News on 1370 WSPD.
Lower lake levels, less ice cover, more algae, more invasive species and more waterborne diseases linked to sewer overflows after severe storms.
By PARADE Magazine
People Are Saving Less
* The Commerce Department reports that Americans are saving at the lowest rate since the Great Depression.
* Personal savings stood at a national level of negative $6.2 million in January.
April 8, 2008 · A new study found that infants and toddlers who slept less than 12 hours a day were more than twice as likely to be overweight by age 3, further evidence that how much we sleep affects how much we weigh.
Researchers from Harvard University interviewed moms and weighed 915 babies — beginning at birth and then again at 6 months and 3 years of age.
By PAUL KRUGMAN
Published: April 11, 2008
Not long ago, a young Ohio woman named Trina Bachtel, who was having health problems while pregnant, tried to get help at a local clinic.
Unfortunately, she had previously sought care at the same clinic while uninsured and had a large unpaid balance. The clinic wouldn’t see her again unless she paid $100 per visit — which she didn’t have.
The Results Are In!
Our thanks go to all who participated in this year's survey.
1. What do you think about the disparity in salaries between celebrities and everyday workers?
I don't think they should be paid as much 86%
I think it's fair that celebrities are paid so well 14%
2. Which of the following job industries seems most appealing to you?
"Senator John McCain, who drew criticism last month after he warned against broad government intervention to solve the deepening mortgage crisis, pivoted Thursday and called for the federal government to aid some homeowners in danger of losing their homes, by helping them to refinance and get federally guaranteed 30-year mortgages.
Ever been in a foreign hotel and seen a sign that directed you to "Slip carefully"?
We've been there. English is a tricky language, and translating it can be just about impossible............................
A man was eating at a local diner and found a fly in his soup. Health investigators were called and discovered that it was a button from the man's shirt. In other news...
Randolph College Students Take Trip to Chicken Ranch Brothel
Atlanta, GA 4/11/2008 04:53 PM GMT (FINDITT)
A group of Randolph College students took a field trip to the Chicken Ranch, a Nevada brothel, which drew a lot of controversy.
It's Friday night and it's been another long week of meeting deadlines and dealing with the staff. You walk into the parking garage and look for your car―but it is not there. While having your car stolen is not the end of the world (although it may feel like it at the time), it is upsetting, time-consuming, costly, and a complete hassle.
INDIANAPOLIS — A 90-year-old woman accidentally backed into a McDonald's restaurant, disrupting a bingo game and sending a couple to the hospital with minor injuries.
I just got in Toledo after having driven all day from Delray Beach, Florida.
What a great vacation I had. I recommend Florida to anyone.
My plane landed in Orlando about a month ago and I have been having a ball ever since.
Up one coast and down the other.
Florida has it all - you name it.
Fishing, swimming, Disneyworld, Golf, great weather !!!!
It's ironic. In many parts of the world, there is no clean drinking water. Here in the U.S., pure, drinkable water flows out of every tap, and yet Americans buy a staggering amount of bottled water. We pay big bucks for it, too — more than $15 billion a year.
You global warmers better get on the stick!! Im cold!!
" BAGHDAD - Oil giants Chevron Corp. and Total have confirmed that they are in discussions with the Iraqi Oil Ministry to increase production in an important oil field in southern Iraq.
The discussions are aimed at finalizing a two-year deal, or technical support agreement, to boost production at the West Qurna Stage 1 oil field near Iraq's second-largest city of Basra.
COLUMBUS - Gov. Ted Strickland yesterday vowed to veto a just unveiled Republican energy regulation plan if it reaches his desk.
"The bill allows immediate and unfettered access for FirstEnergy to go to market, exposing businesses and consumers in Cleveland, Toledo, and Akron to the risk of skyrocketing electricity prices," he said.