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The beauty (and scariness) of the great outdoors

August 3, 2014 The world is a wonderful place. It’s full of mountains and butterflies and flowers and bunnies and sunsets and rainbows and trickling streams and all that stuff. more »»

Digital life after death

July 20, 2014 WASHINGTON — Should your emails, web albums and other online accounts die when you do? Or should you be able to pass them down to a family member much as you would a house or a box of letters? A... more »»

Determining if it’s luck or coincidence, in lotto or life

July 20, 2014 Greetings! I write you from the office-less land of Vacation, which is from a place not unlike my actual office. more »»

Summertime: Living is easy, the cotton is knee-high

July 6, 2014 There must have been a reason for all of those knee-high cotton tube socks in the ’80s. more »»

Million-dollar ideas for the price of one newspaper!

June 29, 2014 Everybody has their get-rich-quick scheme. A concept that is their ticket to stardom. An invention that will change the world. Some million-dollar idea. more »»

It’s time for the spring gremlins to come out and play

June 22, 2014 As I write this column from a barely functioning 10-year-old PC (barely functioning not from lack of care mind you but from the unforgiving operating system expiration) with no Internet (thanks to... more »»

Event encourages, cherishes chastity

June 15, 2014 When her daughter, Sarah, turned 12 years old, stay-at-home mom Vanessa Johnson of Warren wanted to find an innovative way to encourage Sarah and her friends to view themselves as valuable, and make... more »»

Escape on an exotic getaway to the sock-drawer sea

June 15, 2014 Even though “Cosmos” is over (and I am not yet done referring to it endlessly), I will refer to one of its delightful elements: the cosmic calenda. more »»

Beware the cheesy triangles of the Illuminati pizza cult

June 8, 2014 I recently hurt my ankle. No biggie, but it was enough that I needed a day off it on a sofa with some Netflix. Totally kicking and screaming, of cours. more »»

You won’t believe the miracle fruit secrets of this column!

June 1, 2014 The Internet is a trap, and we are its prey. We know this. Or, we should know this. more »»

Mother and son find homes for veterans

May 25, 2014 Real estate agent Trudy Mickey has undergone far more worry than a mother should have to. Her son, David Mickey, retired Army veteran, was injured in Iraq on March 17, 2007. more »»

Boomerang karma: A story of habitual car key neglect

May 25, 2014 If you love something, let it go; it will return to you. I am straight-up abusing this concept. more »»

How to get to ‘Sesame Street?’ Just follow the llamas

May 18, 2014 For a few brief fleeting moments last week, it was summer. Bright, shining, warm summer, full of joy and possibilities. Cars were washed, bikes were ridden, ice cream was eaten. more »»

Former Warrenite heads to India for State Department

May 11, 2014 By GARY S. ANGELO Tribune Chronicle correspondent During orientation for the U.S. more »»

Throwing Legos into the pop-culture supercollider

May 11, 2014 Last Sunday, I gave in to curiosity. Waiting for “Cosmos” to come on (still shamelessly plugging that), I dared to dwell on Fox between 8 and 8:30 p.m. Sunday. more »»

Events partner charity with fitness, fun — and powdered paint or mud

May 4, 2014 If running and getting messy sound like your idea of a good time, several local events cater to you. more »»

May the Fourth be with you, and without all the CGI

May 4, 2014 A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, there was a perfect movie. Full of action, adventure, brave heroes and heroines, evil villains and strange worlds. more »»

How not to get tangled up in a brush with fame

April 27, 2014 Last week, there was a concert at Packard Music Hall by one Kevin Costner — bodyguard, prince of thieves, farme. more »»

Annual Garrett Wonders ride honors cyclist killed by car

April 20, 2014 By NANCILYNN GATTA Tribune Chronicle correspondent When tragedy strikes, a family often draws strength from each other. more »»

Remembering Garrett

April 20, 2014 When tragedy strikes, a family often draws strength from each other. In some cases, there is a strong desire not only to preserve the memory of a loved one but to make a positive impact on society. more »»

 
 
 

 

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