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South Florida ParentingPreteens are famous for being fashionistas and for shopping up a storm. Children’s buying power is calculated to be $1 trillion. Boys and girls are not setting records, however, for their achievements in math and science. In the most recent...
NEWPORT NEWS — Bryan Bierlein hadn’t pitched in two months before he took the mound for Christopher Newport’s elimination game against Lynchburg on Thursday in the NCAA Division III South regional at Captains Park. The rest clearly...
RedEyeAh, the much-needed weekend back home--where you're reminded of what your life would have been like if you hadn't run away to the city all those years ago. In this week's episode of"Girls,"Hannah returns to Michigan for quick weekend in the burbs with...
Tags: Facebook, Broken Nose, Wicker Park, Bleep (euphemism), Prada
Lyndon Larouche is still alive? Who knew? I sure didn’t, until I read reports from the world G-8 summit at Camp David that the Larouche Political Action Committee was first on the scene in what has become sort of yard sale of international...
I'm a straight male from Southern California and I really want to be a straight male escort. The problem is the industry is shrouded with deceptive "agencies" that take advantage of the situation. Also, it's not like there's a Male Escort 101 course...
Last month, my good friend Larry ventured down from Los Angeles to have lunch. We ate at Plums Cafe on East 17th Street and talked until they started to close. Larry and I have been friends for about 40 years — not close friends, but friends....
**1/2 (out of four) When a young prostitute tells Anne (Juliette Binoche) that men appreciate the opportunity to fulfill fantasies they can’t realize with their wives, I imagined syndicated sex columnist Dan Savage appearing on screen and asking,...
Richard Clark of Troop 54 in Winchester received the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Award. The Eagle Investiture took place at Trinity United Methodist Church with Assistant Scoutmaster Jim Porter presiding. Tom Young, district executive, gave the Eagle...
Cheering for family and friends at graduation has become risky in some parts of the nation as schools are cracking down on celebrations. In Florence, S.C., a woman was handcuffed and escorted out of her daughter's high school graduation. She was...
Tags: Education, Graduation, Chicago Tribune
Some dads are built to win "father of the year" contests. They volunteer for Boy Scouts, drive an Expedition and somehow find time to work out. I am not that man. I am more likely to lose my son at Costco. It's not that I am irresponsible; it's just...
We celebrate Father’s Day on a Sunday in June each year and I’d like to share a few memories and impressions of my father that have stayed with me for many years. Fathers are a “different breed of cat,” or so Byron Nelson the great...
Tags: Byron Nelson
KIAHAll of the women who lie about takingtheir birth control and "trap" a man, allow me to introduce you to the man who didn't tell his wife he had a vasectomy! A wife writing to an advice column on Slate says she and her husband "Harry" struggled for two...
Tags: Facebook, Vasectomy, Infertility
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