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Moms At Work - Orlando SentinelThe holidays do and should bring good memories, the kind that are lovely and funny right then and even the kind that are amusing only later. This year we could remember with a laugh how Christmas Eve 2011 found us on the driveway, rumaging through the...
Their smiling faces stared out at us from Monday's Morning Call. Daniel, with two front teeth missing. Emilie, with the enigmatic smile of a 6-year-old Mona Lisa. Josephine, with big glasses impishly perched on the end of her nose. Charlotte, who...
If the Pasadena Playhouse had decided to adopt a theme song when a dire economy and long-standing debts forced it to cease operations for most of 2010 while it tried to claw its way back to solvency, “Stand by Me,” the 1961 pop-soul classic...
Tags: Entertainment, Planned Parenthood, Music, Family, Music Industry
Groller's CornerWe've reached the holiday break in area basketball and in assessing the Colonial League, there really have been few surprises. Basically, the teams that we thought would be good, are. And teams that we expected to struggled, have. We didn't expect a...
Valley 610For decades, the Citizens Christmas City Committee has raised nearly $20,000 each years to put the lights on for the holiday season in Christmas. The money goes toward the 800 six-foot trees tethered to street corners, the annual tree lighting ceremony,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was the start of a new school year in 1897 when friends of Virginia O’Hanlon told her the unthinkable: Santa Claus was a myth. Unwilling to accept such a notion, the 8-year-old wrote a letter to The New York Sun with the simple inquiry: “...
Associated PressMOBILE, Ala. (AP) — A powerful storm system that erupted Christmas Day with Gulf Coast tornadoes and snow in the nation's midsection headed for the Northeast on Wednesday, spreading blizzard conditions that slowed holiday travel. The death toll...
email@example.comThe holiday season is now miles behind us. Christmas and New Year's Day are dim memories. The Christmas decorations and those bright twinkling lights are stored away. Some lucky souls are still munching on Christmas cookies. However, most Laurel Highlands...
Tags: New Year's Day, Flu, Holidays, Religious Festivals
If you have a family, you probably experienced a lot of commotion around your house at Christmastime. Christmas has that something-special charm that just calls for families to be together. We don’t always see eye to eye, but during the holidays...
A Basket, Vera Bradley and Pandora bingo will be played today (Friday) at the American Legion Bernard L. Tobin Post 128, 44 N. Parke St., Aberdeen. Tickets are $12 ticket, $5.00 for extra. Doors open at 6 p.m., early bird is at 6:45 p.m. and bingo...
Katy Perry loves herself a costume, and it seems that enthusiasm has carried over to love interest John Mayer. Indeed the wearer of whipped-cream-shooting brassieres, vintage MTV cartoon tributes and election ballot garb dressed her man Mayer as one...
Retail analysts reported a curious trend this Black Friday. On the traditional first shopping day of the Christmas season, the number of visits to malls, big box stores and other retailers increased, according to the analytics firm ShopperTrak, but the...
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