Group of NC residents keeps Wikipedia (mostly) correct
Apricots. The War of 1812. Grant Hill. The second season of “Grey’s Anatomy.” Tables.
Lima Public Library Book Reviews
Real Life Mama: Not just yet
Remember last week when I was so excited to get back into a routine and some normalcy? Yeah, what I failed to remember, or maybe blocked out, was the struggle in the couple of transition weeks attempting to get back into a schedule before school starts.
How to feed a family affordably
With grocery prices at record highs, we’ve put together a guide for a week’s worth of healthy meals.
Pumpkin offerings rushed to consumers
Pumpkin Spice pandemonium is upon us — and it’s not even Sept. 22.
Living with Children: A 3-point plan to get kids to do their own homework
Q: The school our 10-year-old daughter attends believes parents should micromanage homework sessions — they call it “being a homework buddy.” As a consequence, our daughter believes we should help her with her assignments. Mind you, we’re willing to help when help is truly needed, but we don’t want to be our daughter’s “buddies” under any circumstances. What are your thoughts on this?
Artisans who refurbish handbags move
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — The New York Times headline sounded like a plaintive plea: “Who Will Repair Their Birkins Now?”
Not your mom’s Tupperware
SEBASTIAN, Fla. — The guests wear colorful leis and drink piña coladas out of fake coconuts.
Preserving WWII tail-gunner’s story in a comic
RICHMOND, Va. — World War II veteran Russell L. Scott, comic book hero.
Ex-Etiquette: Be conscious of your message to kids
Q. I have been divorced from my children’s father for 10 years. He cheated and even though we explored therapy, he kept cheating, and I was done. My kids were all adults and knew what was going on, understood why I left, but always wished I stayed. Their family life has never been the same. My ex and I now get along really well. Whenever there are family get-togethers we end up in the corner laughing about old times and afterward each child in one way or another starts talking about our reconciliation. I’ve explained I will always love their dad, but I don’t think we will ever reconcile. I’m afraid I’m actually hurting them by getting along with their father. What’s good ex-etiquette?