WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Over this past weekend, I've been here attending the annual conference of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists.
Anyway, I'll get back to daily blogging here tomorrow, but in the meantime if you're looking for updates about religion news, I suggest you check in with Religion News Service here and at the Pew Research Religion & Public Life "Religion in the News" page.
Enjoy a couple of pretty much Tammeus-less summer days.
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NOTE: After a weather-reroute to Omaha last night because of storms in Kansas City, I finally got back to K.C. near midnight. I'll have more to say about my trip in upcoming posts.
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P.S.: Please plan to join me the evening of Wednesday, July 2, at the Downtown Kansas City Public Library when I talk about what Middle Americans, as I call them in my new book, Woodstock: A Story of Middle Americans, have contributed to this country. It'll be a Fourth of July week celebration. Details are here.
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ANOTHER P.S.: It's time to sign up for the workshop I'm offering about getting from pain to hope through writing the week of Aug. 11 at Ghost Ranch in northern New Mexico. For details of that class, click here. Come join us.