Dear New Shirt — I feel the need to open this letter with an apology. You’re going to experience a very different existence than the one you expected. And I’m the one to blame.
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s response to white supremacists in Charlottesville, columnist Don Porter asks how our country made such a massive error in its choice of leader.
Despite predictions of gloom and doom, astrophysicists say our nearest star is good for another five billion sunrises.
Right now is a good time to find a home to purchase without the competition experienced in the last several months. That’s because those families with school-age children have settled in by now.
Half of The Who’s original four members are in the grave, yet the survivors march forward. It’s not just for the money; they have plenty of that. It’s for the music, columnist Don Porter ventures to guess.
Verizon Up has an unusual prerequisite. To enroll, you must also sign up for Verizon Selects, which grants permission to Verizon to sell your browsing and search history to third-party companies.
Back in 1903, a woman named Lizzie Magie — a bold and progressive feminist, writer and inventor living in a home with a decent amount of land, which she had purchased herself (almost unheard of for the time) — decided to create a board game.
My 87-year-old friend “Anne” said I can share her story as long as I don’t use her name, because she’s embarrassed at what she was almost persuaded to do.
Like most of what the fly-fishing community accepts as proven theories (facts don’t exist in this game), the idea of a hatch that’s too good is likely born from angler inability more than anything else.