Sleepless in Saugatuck? Dazed in Douglas? You’ve not seen the start of it.
Unlike Congress, I’m pro progress. I support dropping news from newspapers — low-paid reporters are too expensive — and using more “lifestyle” stories gleaned free online.
In his column this week, writer Dan Pepper shares his love of the food from this year's Allegan County Fair and also promotes Otsego's upcoming festival.
In my column this week, I reflect on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, now 15 years removed.
This week, "Bookworm Sez" reviewer Terri Schlichenmeyer writes about “Elizabeth and Michael” by Donald Bogle, about the "weird" friendship between Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Jackson.
Occam’s razor, a problem-solving principle attributed to the English friar and philosopher William of Ockham (c.1287-1347), holds that among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumption
End Times are always with us. See, there’s big money in them. Zombies, alien invasions, killer robots ... each has a fan base. Nuclear war, pandemics ... why not all at once?
Toxic Negativity Seminars are back by popular demand. We all need to brush up on these skills.
What is life coming to? First Mattel gave its 60-plus-year-old Barbie dolls plastic surgery: three new body types, seven skin tones, 22 eye colors and 24 hair styles. This was meant to address:
People need priorities in life. Which is why I am happy to hop aboard all of the latest fads. Did you hear about Hula Hoops? That was in 1958 you say? Guess I need to pay more attention.