If the world weren’t at stake, it would be the most hilarious situation comedy ever, despite the cheap laughs and obvious absurdity.
It’s virus season, this time more worrisome than it is most years. But there’s a lot we can do, easily, to remain uninfected so as to avoid the common cold, the flu, and, now, the newly emerged and sometimes fatal Chinese coronavirus that has allowed television newscasters to enter a whole n…
Before the magazine industry entered its current collapse, there were slick monthly publications on just about every area of interest, among them photography.
Let us discuss the word “historic.” It gets flung around a lot, primarily by news personalities who want their reports to seem more important than perhaps they are.
So here we are, in the final week of the annual orgy of spending money we don’t have on things that aren’t needed and often aren’t wanted by the people who receive them.
Until a couple of weeks ago I had never heard of Worcester, Massachusetts Fire Lt. Jason Menard. There’s a good chance that you’ve never heard of him at all.
One of the most fascinating stories of the last decade, to me, is the discovery and identification of the remains of Richard III, the last Yorkist king of England.