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From the urgent, breaking news reports last week, one might have thought that a young, dynamic world leader was cut down in his prime. However, it was actually the 90-year-old king of Saudi Arabia . . . more
My parents are 95 and 91, and we never had “the talk.” Well, we did have a talk once — the other talk . . . more
As Januarys go, this one is epic. Even as we mount defenses against the brutal cold, a second assault threatens. A virulent and unexpected flu bug . . . more
When you went to your grandson’s Christmas pageant two weeks ago, did you actually see his performance, or were you too busy recording it for posterity on your iPhone? more
If we wait for peace to break out, we won’t ever leave home. As we stand on the threshold of a new year . . . more
The meanest streets are in India. As the holidays are celebrated across America, I have just left . . . more
I always give books as gifts, but my method of delivery has moved into the 21st century. No more hard-cover tomes wrapped and tied in holiday cheer. more
When you’re traveling far from home, you don’t want to hear that the water heater exploded . . . more
If a half-eaten drumstick is your thing, consider the after-Thanksgiving. Not officially recognized, the Friday leftovers dinner following the big day should be honored. more
For more than 40 years, my family has gathered around the same table on Thanksgiving to overdose on tryptophan, share the news of our lives, watch the kids wreck the house . . . more
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