- Do-ahead potatoes save time, sanity One of the most stressful parts of hosting a large dinner party is figuring out how to time everything so all the food arrives at the table piping hot and at its prime. This is especially true of Thanksgiving -- the dinner party to end all dinner par
VIDEO: Handy gadgets to help your sick child
Having a sick child is the worst. All you want to do is make them feel better, and a lot of times it feels like there is very little you can do. Now there are some handy gadgets to help you make your little one feel better sooner without stressing yourself out.
- 15th annual Voodoo Fest kicks off NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Chiptune rock, indie pop, funk, folk, jazz, classic rock, electronic music and a little rap are what's on hand for fans of Voodoo, the alternative music festival in its 15th year held over the Halloween weekend in New Orleans. The
- FotoWeek opens in DC with 100+ exhibits, events FotoWeek opens in Washington WASHINGTON (AP) -- More than 100 exhibits, programs and events are opening as part of the FotoWeek DC 2013 festival. FotoWeek begins Friday and runs through Nov. 10. Upcoming programs include exhibits at the Smithsonian I
Craft beer, or crafty pretenders?
Perched in the beer aisle, with their foil-wrapped necks and labels sporting tranquil nature scenes, Golden Knot and Crimson Crossing look like refugees from the wine shelf, misplaced by a supermarket clerk.
The numbers you really need to know for retirement
If you are one of the 78 million Baby Boomers rolling into retirement in the next 20 years, you might want to sit down and do a little math. Retirement is a lot more complicated than it used to be.
Coats for Kids drive under way
The Clinton Recreation Department will be hosting a “Coats For Kids” drive.
Fratianni, Nester win bridge
CLINTON -- Joe Fratianni and Frank Nester were top Clinton duplicate bridge winners recently at Bickford Cottage. Merry Iverson and Mary Duhr placed second; Sandy and Tom Tegeler were third; Evelyn Mohr and Pat Ohsann, f
- At these cafes, death is on the agenda NEW YORK -- It can be tough to get a conversation going if you want to talk about the late stages of dementia, your last will and testament or the recent passing of your mother. "When you're at a cocktail party and you lead off by saying, 'What do yo
- For jobless over 50, there's a challenging search for work ROCKFORD, Ill. -- When Charlie Worboys lost his job, he feared searching for a new one at his age might be tough. Six years later, at 65, he's still looking. Luanne Lynch, 57, was laid off three times in the past decade and previous layoffs brought j
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