April was a good news-bad news month for reader complaints. Our number of grievances fell to 291, the lowest level since February. But one company outperformed the group, and the reason is obvious. - http://elliott.org/blog/united-airlines-complaints-surge-april-grievances-lose-altitude/
Poet laureate George Elliott Clarke. U2 frontman Bono has been known to write a few poems in his day, but starting on May 12 in Vancouver, the band will be celebrating the work of Canadian parliamentary poet laureate George Elliott Clarke. Clarke was contacted by the Third Company, which is producing visuals for U2's Joshua Tree 30th-anniversary tour, with a request to feature his poems "Ain't You Scared of the Sacred?: A Spiritual" and "Elegy for Leonard Cohen" for..