Month: February 2023

Rethinking Presidents Day: Is It Time for a Change?

While Presidents Day has long been a fixture on the American calendar, some are now questioning whether the holiday has lost its significance and needs a fresh approach. With some proposing alternatives like “Founders Day” and others suggesting that the holiday should be used to spark discussions on the role of the presidency in American society, it remains to be seen whether the holiday will continue in its current form or whether it is time for a change. As Americans celebrate Presidents Day this year, many are reflecting on the past and looking to the future, asking what this holiday truly means and how it can better serve the nation.

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LINDEN: Four dead, including two teens, in Linden shooting

A shooting at a Linden home on Sunday morning left four people dead, including two teenagers. Police believe that the shooter was among the deceased and that there is no threat to public safety. The motive for the shooting remains under investigation. Neighbors expressed shock and sadness over the incident, which occurred in a quiet and friendly community.

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Richard Belzer’s Death: Remembering the Legendary Comedian and Actor

Richard Belzer, the American actor, stand-up comedian, and author, passed away on February 19, 2023, at the age of 78. Belzer was best known for his portrayal of BPD Detective, NYPD Detective/Sergeant, and DA Investigator John Munch in the NBC police drama series Homicide: Life on the Street and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, as well as in guest appearances on several other series. He played the character for 23 years, from 1993 until retiring in 2016. In this article, we take a closer look at Belzer’s life and career, from his difficult upbringing to his success in stand-up comedy, film, radio, and television. We also explore his legacy and impact on the entertainment industry.

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