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Editor's Note

January 30, 2016 I had a childish fit after putting my coat on before work one day this week, right before I put on one pair of boots in place of another which were soaked from trudging through slush earlier in the... more »»

Video Games: Sometimes A Needed Escape

January 27, 2016 My husband and I have created a monster — or at least, a video game nerd. We recently went to the local video game store to peruse some nostalgic video gaming options for our household. more »»

You Can Drop Your Medicare Advantage Plan Before Feb. 14

January 27, 2016 Question: I read your article last time about the difference between a Medicare Advantage Plan and a Medicare + Medicare Supplement Plan. I am thinking I would like to change my insurance. more »»

As Easy As Ordering Pizza? Not

January 24, 2016 Over the past few months, I have been receiving what I consider the greatest example of spam email as there can be — notices of how I can earn a degree in teaching (obviously they don’t know my age)... more »»

Home-Cooked Meals Are The Best Way To Eat

January 24, 2016 Yesterday I made myself a chef salad to go with some pasta. I used homemade vinaigrette that I happened to have in the refrigerator and the salad tasted delicious. more »»

Songs Of Joy

January 24, 2016 This article is inspired by the current state of worldly events. I’m especially driven to shed light on the rampant violence, destruction, oppression and negativity that prevails. more »»

Are You Tired Of The Opinion War? Why The Heart Rules The Head

January 24, 2016 You may have noticed that this column took a hiatus; it wasn’t just because of the hectic holidays. more »»

Looking For A Free College Education? Head To Germany

January 23, 2016 Our kids are $1.3 trillion in debt to student loans and society is just now starting to feel that number’s crippling effects. more »»

Editor's Note

January 23, 2016 While I was a little late to hop on the “Making A Murderer” bandwagon, it didn’t take long to fly through the documentary’s 10 episodes on Netflix. more »»

Legislation Favors Dogs

January 23, 2016 There’s been some interesting legislation passed recently and it’s good news, no matter what your political leanings. In several areas, dogs are getting their due. more »»

The Faith Of A Child

January 20, 2016 The most beautiful thing I heard today was my daughter’s little voice singing “Here’s My Heart” by I Am They. I was finishing up getting ready for the day and the song came on as she was waiting. more »»

Who Is The Dark Side, Who Is The Light?

January 17, 2016 Recently I watched “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” I’m no fanboy, but it’s nonetheless an essential cult classic for any cultured American. more »»

It’s Deja Vu All Over Again

January 17, 2016 Stealing a quote from the late great Lawrence Peter Berra (also known as “Yogi”) it’s like Sally and I have gone back in time and are getting out a bit more and returning to the fields and arenas of... more »»

Looking Back On The Education System

January 17, 2016 I always loved history. In fact, I began college with a history major hoping to teach middle school history. That all ended when I ran into a couple professors that I just could not crack. more »»

Editor's Note

January 16, 2016 Visions of lump sums danced in the heads of millions of Americans this week, including mine. more »»

Avoiding Crocodiles

January 16, 2016 Someone occasionally tells me that they’d like to have my job as a tour director. more »»

We Are All Puzzle Pieces

January 13, 2016 It’s one of my favorite things to watch someone while they are creating. more »»

Growing Up With Italian Heritage

January 10, 2016 A few years back, I addressed this column, talking about my heritage and how it was growing up with that heritage to cling to and cherish. I thought it might be time to revisit those days. more »»

Remembering The Old Songs Of Good Times Past

January 10, 2016 Even as I was growing up, I realized that music was a lot of fun. I sang in the choir in grade school and played in the band. That was not my introduction to music, though. more »»

The Science Of Pregnancy

January 10, 2016 A newsworthy story recently devoted its attention to a Montreal, Canada University Study on the subject of pregnancy and the use of anti-depressant medication. more »»

 
 
 

 

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