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DAVID ARKIN: Dedicating resource for managing reader content has big payoff
Q&A: Regional editors in La., Ark., on Hurricane Isaac preparation and coverage
EDITING WORDS: AP style for 9/11 terms
KIDZBUZZ: Pack a healthy lunch
NASCAR PAGE: Drivers who are peaking at the right time
PAINT IT ALL PINK: Tab and broadsheet sections for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
-- Also in Saxotech under category GHNS for Aug. 31
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READERS CHOICE SECTION TEMPLATES: For ballot sections/pages and a winners section/certificate
WALL STREET: The 10 dumbest things on Wall Street this summer
More from The Street at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/news/business
FAMILY MATTERS: Use bad behavior to teach, not punish - A five-year-old has been getting up two or three times each night, making up silly reasons to get out of her bed in the middle of the night. By Diana Boggia, Canton, Ohio.
REUSE CANS: Top 20 ways to reuse tin cans - My toddler is a great lover of beans. Kidneys, pintos, black bean, navy beans, he’ll gobble them all up with equal enthusiasm. It’s earned him the nickname “my Bean-y Baby”, and it sure does make dinnertime easy. I try to home-cook dried beans as much as possible, but with a toddler in tow, we resort to cans more often than not. Which means we go through a lot of tin cans. And it got me thinking – what could I do with them once they’re empty? And what about the bigger, stewed tomato cans? Or the biggest, the coffee cans? Could I repurpose them into something fun and fantastic? By Sayward Rebhal, Networx.
LOOKING UP: Catching the starry Dolphin - The other evening I was reminded by the subject matter I wished to explore for this edition of Looking Up. Inspired by the sky? Actually I was reminded at church, where two children had just completed their class. They were playing with two inflatable dolphins! ?That’s was it! Once home I looked up at the night sky, awash with moonlight but punctuated with the glow of the brighter stars. There was my subject, the marvelous constellation of the Dolphin. By Peter Becker, Hawley, Pa.
HEALTH WATCH: Baby care - Weekly health rail, with items on how to care for baby's skin, new research on circumcision, a health tip and more. By GHNS.
More in health and family at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/lifestyle
WORDS REVIEW: Movie review: 'Words' fails to express the feelings - It’s the matryoshka of movies, but will “The Words” have you rushin’ to solve its story-within-a-story-within-a-story riddle? By Al Alexander, The Patriot Ledger.
FALL MOVIE PREVIEW: The schedule offers an array of styles and genres, whether you prefer bio-pics like Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” macabre children’s stories like Tim Burton’s “Frankenweenie,” or fascinating documentaries like “How to Survive a Plague,” David France’s take on how gay activists made the world take notice of the AIDS epidemic. There’s plenty of star power, too. By Al Alexander, The Patriot Ledger.
* Facebook idea: Ask fans which of these movies they’re most looking forward to seeing.
AUTHOR INTERVIEW: The Readers’ Writers: NYT and USA Today bestselling author Alexandra Ivy/Deborah Raleigh - Regency Historical fans may already be familiar with the very talented author Deborah Raleigh – also known as Alexandra Ivy – and her nearly 40 published books. In fact, Alexandra Ivy’s “Immortal Rogues” series was originally released under Deborah’s name. By DA Kentner, Freeport, Ill.
MOVIE MAN: ‘Royal Tenenbaums’ funny and surprisingly sad - This summer, Wes Anderson’s movie “Moonrise Kingdom,” earned $43 million at the box office, which was considered a huge success. (To put things in perspective, “The Avengers” earned $207 million — on its opening weekend.) But “Moonrise Kingdom” was a huge success. For one thing, it cost less than $20 million to make, meaning it more than doubled its cost. And, more importantly, a director like Wes Anderson makes movies that not only stand the test of time — they get better with it. By Will Pfiefer, Rockford, Ill.
More in music and movies at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/entertainment
PHILIP MADDOCKS: Republicans want individuals to have the freedom to build their own highway - Unveiling an ambitious new approach to address the nation’s deteriorating roads and bridges, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said at a campaign stop in Ohio on Monday that the decision of where to locate and how to configure our national highways is a decision best left to individuals and “not to some government bureaucrat with an engineering degree.” By Philip Maddocks, MetroWest, Mass.
GRANLUND CARTOON: Clinton helps Obama. By Dave Granlund, GHNS.
More columns and cartoons at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/opinions
ERIC P BLOOM: Coaching vs. mentoring - As a manager, it’s important to know the difference between coaching and mentoring from two perspectives. First is how coaches and mentors can help your staff in the performance of their jobs and as part of their career development. Second is how coaches and mentors can help you in your current job and career development. By Eric P. Bloom, GHNS.
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GateHouse News Service National Budget