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Here, then, is the story of Cliff House, as least as I know it now.
The Scriptures advise, “A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.”
Dr. Sami Ali made 2019 resolution to paint every day — and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Carrot cake and cream cheese frosting make for a truly delicious day off
“In that beleaguered and beautiful land, the prayer endures.”
Bunnell Street Arts Center artistic director is one of nine honored.
VanDevere mixes shape, color and dimension in emotional show
‘The last week of 2021 felt like a good time to pick up one of her books.’
It is now time to look at the work and life of Jesus Christ.
American soldiers introduced local cooks to some American staple ingredients of the time: Spam and hotdogs.
Here, in Part Two and gleaned from local newspapers, are a few examples of the dim and the dumb.
Homemade gorditas present new cooking challenge.
McNett uses as her subject the environment of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula.
Take to the air with this light and fluffy pavlova
Gleaned from local newspapers, are a few examples of the dim and the dumb.
“My English-speaking brain always reads those words ‘Stille nacht’ as ‘Still night.’”
Series follows 40-day expedition to Port Chatham in search of mysterious Bigfoot-like creature.
The fragrance of basil conjures Christmas memories
I would like it to snow, but I would appreciate it if it would do so at a time that’s convenient for me.
Just in time for Christmas, a new Homer writer and artist has published her first book. Bumblebee Books, an imprint of Olympia Publishers, London, United… Continue reading