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Mon, Jan 26, 2015 10:13 AM
Reading novels has all kinds of benefits for the mind — and maybe even the spirit.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law that would ban plastic bags from stores, but a petition has enough signatures to potentially bring the matter to the voters in 2016. Now the question is, are those signatures valid?
Once considered all but dead, the analog format is drawing fans for its sound and album art.
Put these engaging novels and short-story collections on your to-do list for the new year.
When people want to run small-scale farms, here’s how they get the education they need.
You can mulch, or you can let the critters handle it.
Sleeping in strange and new places not only makes for a great story to tell, it can also change your perspective.
Short film about a skier and a dog frolicking in the snow-capped peaks of Patagonia is as gorgeous as it is joyful.
Go on an adventure with reasonable airfares that let you circle the globe.
From the Magi needing a star to get to Bethlehem to Herod slaughtering babies, historians doubt the veracity of the story surrounding Jesus' birth.
The film about Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous march earned the backing of Oprah Winfrey.
What if Lord Hollywood took over for Lord Grantham? Not surprisingly, it would be a whole lot of fun...
The new biopic chronicles Louie Zamperini's life as an Olympic athlete and prisoner of war.
Bearded men are festooned with glittery baubles, Christmas lights and fresh winter greenery in the '12 Beards of Christmas.'
A photo-a-day project has a higher chance of succeeding if you take the time to plan it.
Many are hoping the designation will give Pullman, a former 19th-century company town, the economic boost that it needs.
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