The great baby formula shortage of 2022 was the big news story of the week.
It was late November in Alaska and a lousy day for deer hunting.
“You wanna borrow, you gotta pay the man.”
It all started with the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown in the spring of 2020, and it’s one of the few lingering effects of the experience that hasn’t tempted me to seek intense electroshock therapy.
Forget inflation, forget Ukraine, forget the crashing stock market.
Honest, I’m going to write a book chockful of random thoughts someday (my more serious book about religion is already available on Amazon), but deadline pressures keep forcing me to cannibalize my ideas for this column instead.
She has 50,000 followers on Facebook and a recent post on her page there had 4,200 likes, 250 comments and 400 shares within a day.
Just as it’s a waste of time for Republicans to refight the results of the 2020 election, it certainly does no good for anti-MAGAs to refight what happened in the previous race.
Should I be offended by the fact I never got kicked off Old Twitter?
Millions of young women dream of being honored on Mother’s Day.
Inside every old person is a young person wondering what happened.”
I was feeling a bit under the weather this past week, so I ended up spending time at home in front of the television.
National parks have been getting a lot of love since the pandemic, so much that this summer you need reservations at many.
I never had the Easter Bunny pegged for a PR flack, but he can now add it to his CV.
Depending on when you’re reading this, my 52nd birthday is/was on April 20th, which, as my dad still loves to remind me, is the same day as Adolf Hitler’s.
The concept of “parking” loses most of its mystique as you get past the giddy days of a freshly minted driver’s license and shoulder the responsibilities of adulthood.
“In this world, nothing can be said to be certain but death and taxes.”
While the fishing has been good this year at South Cove on Lake Mead, the launch situation continues to deteriorate, and for boaters and anglers who use this area to recreate, the situation is looking grim.
I’m disgusted with American journalism.
Forty years ago we had a soaring inflation rate, obscene gas prices and interest rates in the teens.
I recommend the seasonal flu – but please allow me to explain.
But I’ll keep workin’/As long as my two hands are fit to use…” – Merle Haggard
A few years ago, someone started a campaign to make Elsa the first lesbian Disney princess.
Residents of the Westside Mobile Home Park in Durango, in southern Colorado, called it a miracle: They are under contract to buy the land their homes sit on, their rent will not go up, and they proved that the housing cooperative they’d founded had staying power.