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Time to talk about the actual Super Bowl one big ball of controversy. The spotlight focused as much on misdeeds off the field as it did the performance between the lines. All of it occurred on Roger Goodell's watch, the commissioner who seems to land in a pile with every step...
Alaska Editorial: Gov. didn't threaten

...Alaskan, if sued privately, would do the same.That's all the governor really said. Everything else is reading between the lines.Gov. Parnell and the state legislators are Alaskans, many of whom had been lobbied by the borough in recent years...
In the Stacks: New young adult books

...word, just draws strange, wordless stories in her unlined journal. Ms. Shields becomes a detective, reading between the lines, reading the story in the pictures, reading the meanings inside spoken words, and the secrets she learns change...
Mo'ne trying to find some peace amid all the attention

...back in from the outfield and put them in a bucket - and she was scolded by a coach when she sat down on the job.Between the lines, she is just one of the boys.During her turn at the plate, she managed to poke one over the practice-field...

'Between the Lines' hosts Marie Former Juneau resident Christine Marie will share her poetry and spiritual journey in a May 28 reading, 7 p.m...
Dillingham featured at 'Between the Lines' reading

...change of pace for the local storyteller, who will be featured in the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council's next "Between the Lines" reading at 7 p.m. Monday, at The Back Room. "I felt like I wanted to do some of these poems that I'd written...
Yakoosge students can read between the lines

We teach a course on media literacy at Yakoosge Daakahidi High School in which our students learn to look for both the intended and unintended message conveyed by a piece of media. They look at the text of an ad or piece of writing and then look at the bias of the author, whether intentional or not. We imagine that our students looked at the Juneau Empire's coverage of the YDHS graduation and saw the same message we did.
Please read between the lines next time

I read Samantha Love and Bill Steen's Jan. 18 letter to the editor. Am I the only person that saw Josh Carter's Jan. 16 letter as satire? For the youthful, Ms. Love, that means "sarcastic," not true, etc. (Junior high school English taught that). His letter agreed with everything the two writers state, just in another way. I love satire, but then I have a sense of humor. Maybe Ms. Love and Mr. Steen need to re-address their lack of insight and return to junior high school for a couple of weeks.
Irresponsible media

In response to Lori Thomson's "Between the Lines" piece in Sunday's Empire, I disagree that the media are only partially responsible. The media are directly and overwhelmingly...
Bear baiting prop sparks debate over what's a fair chase

Hidden between the lines of propaganda on the proposed ban on black bear baiting lies a question about one of Alaska's biggest traditions. The ballot...


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