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By Kari Howard This week, I came across a website called Six Word Stories. The website, its creators say, was inspired by a bet from Ernest Hemingway’s pals that he couldn’t write a story in six words. So I thought I’d do six-word...
"Prolonged sitting is not what nature intended for us," says Dr. Camelia Davtyan, clinical professor of medicine and director of women's health at the UCLA Comprehensive Health Program. "The chair is out to kill us," says James Levine, an...
The Times-News, Twin Falls, IdahoThe Times-News was recognized time and again by their peers at the Idaho Press Club award banquet Saturday night. The Times-News and Magicvalley.com took 20 state awards, including seven first-place finishes. One of them was for its coverage of...
Se acerca el verano y nada más obvio en Florida que ir a la playa. Sin embargo, las costas de la península albergan mucho más que arena y mar: sus 1,250 millas de línea costera son un paraíso para los aficionados a cualquier tipo de diversión. Ya sea...
The Times-News, Twin Falls, IdahoThe Picabo Angler fly shop's expansion and its acquisition of an outfitting license this spring mean that anglers can drive up to a general store here and buy everything they need for a day on the premier trout waters of Silver Creek. Inside the...
''Like rats leaving the ship" would be the fitting description of members of Congress now wanting to exempt themselves from the Obamacare law. Now that the law is starting to unravel and they just realized it includes them, they want protection from...
Tags: Ronald Reagan, Politics, Gun Control, Global Warming, Glenn Beck
Since the publication in 1920 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's first novel, "This Side of Paradise," his life and career have been scrutinized, studied and dissected in countless critical essays, articles and biographies. Hollywood too has been endlessly...
St. Paul Pioneer PressEditor's note: After a rough outing Sunday, Twins pitcher Scott Diamond is 3-3 with a 4.08 earned-run average. Diamond, 26, was born and grew up in Guelph, Ontario, and is the latest subject in Pioneer Press sports columnist Bob Sansevere's continuing...
VarietyThe Cannes Film Festival has always been the place to see and be seen. But after spending a week or more running between the jam-packed Croisette Palaces and red-carpet events, film execs and talent often wind up yearning for tranquility, privacy or...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Rentals, Michelin Group
There is a finite number of destinations in the Sunshine State, a fact that is becoming apparent to me after more than three years of writing a column about Florida travel. Fortunately, many of the state's most popular spots boast an enduring appeal....
Tags: Key West, Gainesville, Key Largo
When on Jan. 30, 1933, then-German President Hindenburg appointed Hitler as the country's chancellor, it changed German as well as world history. Twelve years later, Hitler ended his own life, but not before millions of victims had perished. Several...
The State"The Great Gatsby" returns to the big screen Friday with all its American flamboyance and contradictions. But a University of South Carolina professor says there is as much intrigue and revelation inside author F. Scott Fitzgerald's newly digitized...
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