Lifestyle

Ex-etiquette: Son has moved on, but mom hasn’t

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Q. My 21-year-old son who lives with me recently broke up with his girlfriend of two years. This was not a mutual split. He has found another, moved on and his past girlfriend is very hurt. I understand his decision, but I dearly miss his former girlfriend. She was part of our family for two years and I feel like I’ve lost a child. I would like to stay in touch. My son says he doesn’t care, but I don’t want to encourage the past girlfriend on my son’s behalf. What’s good ex-etiquette?

The business of Bigfoot: Sasquatch tourism brings cryptid-curious to Colorado

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DENVER — For $650 a head, Jim Myers leads cryptid-curious folks from around the world into the wilderness of Colorado’s Park County for a three-day camping expedition in search of the elusive Bigfoot.

Indigenous books for young readers

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Small publishing houses have known for years there’s an audience for young people’s books by and about Indigenous people.

Israel’s Holocaust memorial launches new conservation facility

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JERUSALEM — Israel’s national Holocaust museum opened a new conservation facility in Jerusalem on Monday that will preserve, restore and store its more than 45,000 artifacts and works of art in a vast new building, including five floors of underground storage.

A bite of nostalgia, in the form of ham and cheese sliders

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What’s a no-fail recipe for summer gatherings? My dad’s old-timey ham and cheese sliders never fail to deliver.

Reminisce: ‘Turn Out Everybody!’ The circus came to town

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Music from cornets filled the air on Auglaize Street in Wapakoneta on the morning of July 15, 1871, announcing the arrival of Joel E. Warner’s Great Pacific Combination Museum, Menagerie, Circus and Caravan. Onlookers lined the street several people deep as the group traveled through Wapakoneta from the west to east of town, where they set up their three tents at Jones’ woods. The Pacific Combination performed in St. Marys the previous day.

Lima native Moore to headline stand-up night

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LIMA — Ty Moore always feels humbled whenever he returns to his hometown to perform.

Featured events in the Lima region

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Side Cars at Feel Good Friday