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Tall garden phlox (Phlox paniculata hybrids) provide one of the best summer flower displays in the perennial garden. more
The alien abduction genre gets a spooky new entry with “Nope,” the latest from current horror movie icon Jordan Peele. more
The impact of three politicians from Utica in the 1870s was commonly referred to as the “Utica Trio.” more
You may have learned that all debt is bad, but sometimes debt can make the things you need or want possible. A loan can help you spread the cost of a large purchase out over a longer period of time, … more
A few years ago, the modest home I grew up in was consumed by fire and pretty much destroyed. It can be daunting to see how your youthful memories can disappear in a few short moments. ... more
Foxgloves are one of my personal favorites. With their tall spires of colorful flowers, these beauties create drama in the semi-shade or shade garden. more
A California city that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1925 was beautifully rebuilt with the help of a Rome native. Architect James Joseph Plunkett was born in Rome in 1900. The Pacific Coast … more
Something unusual happened during the picnic for our church choir. I brought along a swimsuit and towel and actually used them. more
Despite all of the problems that Netflix has with retaining subscribers and staying afloat, they still make some pretty great original content. more
How do you respond? What is your focus when things go wrong? You get all kinds of happiness advice on the internet from people. more
You started seeds in spring and watched as they sprouted, then watered, fertilized and even staked plants as they grew, while visions of summer salads, grilled vegetables and homemade pickles danced … more
During the 1930s up until approximately 1950, a well-known bowling alley, Tex’s Alleys, called Bleecker Street home. more
Savvy consumers consider price, performance and reliability when making a major purchase, such as a car or home appliance. The greatest of these is reliability — particularly lately. Supply chain … more
It doesn’t matter where you are today, it can be very dangerous — especially for us older folks. more
Running towards the gate to make my connecting flight, I was so hoping the flight attendant had a challenging time closing the door to allow me enough time to arrive to catch my flight. more
The latest Marvel superhero movie — “Thor: Love and Thunder” — is a really good flick, but the pieces are there that it could have been a great one. more
Growing up, I always felt so safe around my dad. Like many kids, I assumed he was omnipotent. In my mind, he was the strongest, smartest man alive. He could fix anything with a pocketknife. more
The arrival of a new baby is all-consuming. In the early weeks, your waking hours are a cycle of feedings, diaper changes and Googling “Is it normal for a baby to (fill in the blank).” Mustering … more
“There’s the cutest little bunny right in your flower bed,” my next-younger sister told me one afternoon. She had just glanced down at the flower bed from the kitchen window. more
Oh, to be young again. It’s a constant refrain for people my age — and even those much younger. Nobody had a youth like the one you lived — ask anyone. more
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