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Confusion sets in as smartness fades in the twilight

September 25, 2016 I used to believe that I was intelligent. In elementary school, I was considered the smartest kid in the building. The teachers nicknamed me The Little Old Ma. more »»

 
 
 
Pieces of the steelmaking past

September 25, 2016 WARREN All Travis Thorpe wanted was something to remember the time his father and grandfather worked at the former RG Steel mill. more »»

Clinton yukks it up ‘Between Two Ferns’

September 25, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton fielded oddball questions on power ties, pant suits and the Scott Baio vote on the online comedy program “Between Two Ferns. more »»

Negative reviews can be a positive

September 25, 2016 NEW YORK — It is a double-edged cybersword: a negative review of a restaurant or other business, posted for the world to see. more »»

Young student filmmakers thank the academy

September 25, 2016 BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. more »»

When’s the best time to buy a car?

September 25, 2016 That chill in the air signals not only the onset of autumn but cooling auto sales. For bargain hunters, this could be a great time to get a good deal on a new car. more »»

Model Gigi Hadid manhandled in Milan

September 25, 2016 MILAN (AP) — Model Gigi Hadid was manhandled outside a Milan Fashion Week venue Thursday by a former Ukrainian television reporter who has pulled similar stunts in Paris, Los Angeles and Moscow. more »»

Luxury stores adding more amenities

September 25, 2016 NEW YORK — Buying some suits at Ralph Lauren might mean being offered a chauffeured ride home in a BMW. more »»

Calendar

September 25, 2016 20 — Brand New, The Front Bottoms, Modern Baseball at Wolstein Center, Cleveland, at 7 p.m. 20-23 — Ringling Bros. more »»

Celebrate with a whiff of Play-Doh

September 18, 2016 Play-Doh — it’s the sweetest-smelling substance this side of chocolate itself. Both Play-Doh and chocolate provide excellent stress relief. more »»

Science says beards boast maturity and confidence

September 11, 2016 My beard has taken it on the chin a lot over the years: “What are you supposed to be, a lumberjack?” “Is that where you store all the food you couldn’t eat at dinner?” “Hey, did a sick cat die curl... more »»

How many words does that doggy in the window know?

September 4, 2016 You don’t have to learn animal languages like Dr. Doolittle did. Your dog understands human. more »»

Annual physical like seeing Santa, only not as jolly

August 28, 2016 Is it possible to pass out from neglecting one’s minimum daily requirement of Oreos and Coca-Cola? I’m thinking ye. more »»

Dumbed-down definition of word ‘dumb’ isn’t smart

August 21, 2016 You know what’s dumb? The definition we’ve created for the word “dumb.” That’s not what it means. It’s just another example of word abuse that’s, well, dumb. more »»

Getting schooled by dumb jokes

August 14, 2016 As we stretch and inhale deliciously warm breezes, we lazily drift into yet another long, luxurious summer ... Hold on a second. more »»

A passion for pockets becomes pain in the pants

August 7, 2016 The guy in line in front of me unzipped a small pocket of his cargo shorts and extracted a customer loyalty card. He pulled his wallet from another pocket. more »»

Good grief, I’m good, but is that a bad thing?

July 31, 2016 We set up my author’s table at the Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival and spent three days selling the children’s books I wrot. more »»

Pirates plunder others’ words, even pre-emptively

July 24, 2016 Much to-do over a twice-done speech was made last week. It’s far from the first time plagiarism reared its ugly, photocopied head. more »»

Here’s looking at you, Big Type

July 17, 2016 I checked out library books from the Large Print section. On purpose. The times and the eyes, they are a-changin’. As is where I do my book browsing. more »»

How do your weeds grow?

July 10, 2016 I do not have a vegetable garden. I’m not opposed to gardens, nor do I harbor any animosity toward those who engage in such activitie. more »»

It’s all how you use the extra brain cells

July 3, 2016 Editor’s note: Burt is on vacation, though from what, we’re not sure. While he’s resting his brain, we present this neuron-filled Cole Classic, originally published March 12, 200. more »»

 
 
 

 

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