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The end of summer is a dead zone for exciting new films, made crystal clear by the under-the-radar release of the good but wholly forgettable “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” more
Here we are, on the cusp of the end of summer and beginning of fall. School has started, the weather is getting cooler as the color of leave change to bright reds, oranges, and yellows. more
The other day, while sitting in the sun in a lawn chair at the Saratoga race course, something unusual caught my eye.  more

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is celebrating its newest call of inductees this weekend in Springfield, Massachusetts. Among the honorees is Larry Costello. more
In a 6 - 3 decision, the Killingly, CT, school board recently said “no” to establishing a mental health center at its high school. I imagine most folks, upon hearing that, would be dismayed, … more
September has arrived (where did summer go?) and it is lunch-box time. Seniors are packing lunches too as they go to work, or volunteer at senior centers, schools, nursing homes, and libraries. Some … more
In 1946 we outgrew our “Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys” phase. For the next few years it was the Utica Blue Sox all the way. It began with Sunday afternoon family drives in Dad’s ’41 … more
Trust — the word is so difficult to define in today’s society. more
These local pets are looking for a forever home. more
The definition of a perennial plant is one that comes back every year. The process of taking care of a perennial plants can be an enjoyable task. more
I wouldn’t call myself a neat housekeeper, but some things do have places to be and it distracts me to no end when they aren’t in them. more
You will be longing for a better movie after watching the anemic love story in “Three Thousand Years of Longing.” more
What images come to mind when you hear the word angels? I remember when I was a little girl, a small picture of a guardian angel hung on the wall above my bed. more
Musical icon John Lennon released his second solo studio album “Imagine” on Sept. 9, 1971 under the Apple Records label. The impactful album, produced by Phil Spector, Yoko Ono (Lennon’s wife) … more
The first two weeks in August were exceptionally busy in terms of news. But there was one very important piece of news that will have an impact on almost all of the 64 million people who are on … more
Managing money is an essential life skill, yet most U.S. adults would fail a financial literacy test. more
You may have ridden a bicycle when you were a kid or even in your 20s, which is great, but be prepared if it has been a while. ... VIDEO in media gallery. more
Striking foliage, plumes of blossoms, and motion -- ornamental grasses are rewarding landscape plants. more
David McCullough, the famous historian, two-time Pulitzer prize winning author, and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, died earlier this month. He was 89. more
Sometimes a movie can be something as simple as Idris Elba fighting an angry lion. Such is “Beast,” a perfectly fine action monster movie in which actor Idris Elba throws his hands against the king of the jungle. more
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