The American dream for many people is to run their own company. As a result, they mistakenly pursue their hobby as their business idea. Unfortunately, very few people can make a living from their favorite interest. The worst reply when an entrepreneur is asked why they want to start a restaurant is "Well, I love to eat out and I always wanted to own one." This is one reason...
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Cindy Dorman was given a new lease on life after a series of health scares. She is now living her dream to be a writer.
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An Ontario senior has had her dream of returning to the province of her birth to see her last living relative come true, thanks to a charity that grants wishes for seniors.
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BELLWOOD - Jamie Forshey is living a dream. She always wanted to teach and coach basketball - at Bellwood-Antis. "It was a dream of mine to graduate from college and to return here, I always wanted to be a basketball coach here as well.
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You might remember a great advertising campaign in the 1960s for Levy's rye bread. The slogan: You don't have to be Jewish to love Levy's. (Kudos to William Bernbach of Doyle Dane Bernbach.)
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I have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
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One of the most common questions I hear about the original 1962-63 run of "The Jetsons" is where are all the people of color? Scan any crowd shot in the first season of "The Jetsons" and you'd be hard pressed to find any non-white faces. Were the animators at Hanna-Barbera in the 1960s all racists? That seems highly unlikely. But the show was expressly written as a postwar...
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Probing into the disintegration of the American Dream, Sam Shepard's Buried Child became the first Off-Off Broadway play to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama.
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He married into a world of car-ports and clap-board houses that for so many immigrants embodies the American dream.
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