Dear Old Bag: I am sure you have received much mail, pro and con, on this immigration thing. It seems to me that there is a better solution to the problem.
The steward knocks on the door of our cabin. “Your breakfast, ma’am,” he says. “Perhaps you’d like to eat on the veranda.”
The Tucson Pops Orchestra will present three concerts for the 2012 fall season of “Music Under the Stars.”
The 15th annual Master Gardener Home Garden Tour will be held on Saturday, October 13th, 2012.
The number of corporate welfare dollars doled out to the private sector is on the rise, as a startling new report released by the Cato Institute uncovered that federal subsidies distributed to private businesses in Fiscal Year 2012 cost taxpayers a whopping $100 billion.
Memo to presidential and congressional candidates: Keep your big ideas to yourselves. And if you have a messianic complex, go off into the wilderness; you don’t belong in public office.
If you’re looking for a life of adventure, nothing beats meeting your future mate in a passionate motorcycle chase.
Do you carry a deep appreciation for soldiers of past and present wars, but aren’t quite sure how to show it? There are a number of ways, big and small, to express your support that can directly affect the life of a veteran in a positive way.
As women enter their 40s and 50s, it’s inevitable. Menopause will begin. And so will the hot flashes.
Independence and aging well is something we all hope for as we grow older, but things like healthy vision are often taken for granted until they are lost or impaired. Baby boomers ― those born between 1946 and 1964, represent a rapidly aging population unprecedented in the history of this country. Unfortunately, this group is susceptible to a host of vision risks.
Bigger isn’t always better in the real-estate world, and what’s more, it’s not always possible. With more baby boomers downsizing from McMansions to smaller, more manageable houses, and a growing number of people opting to rent rather than buy, many families are looking for new ways to decorate, design and work with smaller spaces.
Summer’s almost here. This month we asked Kristian Seemeyer to check out some cool getaways around our state. What she came up with is a fabulous list of 10 cool and not necessarily well-known spots to cool off as the temps rise. They’re cooler than the Valley, awash in beauty and have plenty of history. They’re interesting, visual knockouts and they reek of the past — in a good way!
Early summer marks the beginning of the California grape season. These bite-size treats are the perfect snack — crisp, sweet and only 90 calories per 3/4 cup serving. Grapes are also very juicy, making them a welcome source of hydration as outdoor activities and temperatures increase.
“If everybody took an attitude of shared sacrifice, we could solve our deficit and debt problem next week.” So said President Barack Obama.
Question: When I was in the hospital, I was visited by a “hospitalist.” What exactly is a hospitalist?