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Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015
Three sisters epitomize uniformity of Rockettes
NEW YORK - The world-famous Rockettes are supposed to look alike, but this Christmas fans might do a double take - then a triple-take.
By Mark Kennedy
Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015
Running in middle age offers challenge
NEW YORK - It's the last five minutes of my 45-minute run. I'm panting. Sweating. Tuning out the occasional twinge of pain from a knee or foot. Focusing on the rhythm of my sneakers on the road.
By Beth J. Harpaz
Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015
Many seniors fail to make plans for driving retirement
Harriet Kelly has one word to describe the day she stopped driving four years ago: miserable. "It's no fun when you give up driving, I just have to say that," she says.
By John Daley, Colorado Public Radio
This photo, submitted by Dot Almand Jones and Peggy Almand Couch and taken in 1914, shows their mother, Thelmer Silvey Almand (from left) and her sisters, Rhunette Silvey Bonner and Pallie Silvey ...
Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015
Looking Back: Sheehan siblings
This 1899 photo is of Mary Helena "Mamie" Sheehan dancing with her young siblings in the back yard of 1334 Broad Street, Augusta.
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015
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Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015
Tips for starting family history search
Following these 13 rules for starting your genealogy research will save you some time, effort and frustration.
Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015
Reader's ancestor hanged at "White House"
Family legend says that my ancestor, Aristotle Duke ,was hanged at the "White House." Is this true? This and other questions are answered by the Augusta Genealogical Society.
Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015
Should kids make the bed? Maybe
Making a bed seems simple enough. An easy chore that kids should be doing as unquestioningly as brushing their teeth. Lots of parents know otherwise.
Saturday, Aug 29, 2015
Legendary directors are linked by unfinished film
Few great movie directors end their careers on a high note. Alfred Hitchcock didn't. Howard Hawks didn't. Anyone who has sat through 7 Women knows that John Ford certainly did not.
By Douglass K. Daniel
Dating book says women aren't at fault
NEW YORK - Think Freakonomics and Moneyball if you run across Date-Onomics, a by-the-numbers book on dating that argues advice-givers serving up tips for women on how to a find a man have it all ...
By Leanne Italie
Harvesting broadcast's fall crop of new shows
NEW YORK - It's an exciting new fall season ahead on broadcast TV. We await the charming rom-com Manhattan Love Story; the heart-tugging youth drama Red Band Society; and don't forget Mulaney.
By Frazier Moore
Sunday, Aug 9, 2015
Former preemies grateful for care
LONG BEACH, N.Y. - At age 95, Lucille Horn often reflects on her long, full life, and how it might not have happened if not for the renegade doctor who put her in a Coney Island sideshow when she ...
By Frank Eltman
Sunday, Aug 2, 2015
Actress Betty Lynn transforms from Mount Airy local to Mayberry legend
MOUNT AIRY, N.C. - When actress Betty Lynn first moved to Andy Griffith's quaint hometown and inspiration for his famous TV show, she couldn't go to the grocery store without meeting fans calling ...
By Emily Masters
Friday, July 31, 2015
Adult coloring books selling like crazy
NEW YORK - Adult coloring books are giving Harper Lee a run for the money on best-seller lists this summer. Dover Publications has sold more than 3 million adult coloring books with titles such as ...
By Beth J. Harpaz
Talking with kids about pot can be tough for parents
NEW YORK - Soon after Colorado legalized recreational cannabis, Todd Mitchem's son proposed using the plant for a horticulture project at his Montessori school in Denver.
By Leanne Italie
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Families face tough decisions as cost of elder care soars
NEW YORK - Doris Ranzman had followed the advice, planning ahead in case she wound up unable to care for herself one day. But when a nursing-home bill tops $14,000 a month, the best-laid plans get ...
By Matthew Craft
Monday, July 20, 2015
Who were the Buggs buried in Pendleton King Park?
The Augusta Genealogical Society answers readers' family history questions.
Saturday, July 11, 2015
Nimoy's son making 'Spockumentary' to honor 'Star Trek' icon
NEW YORK - Adam Nimoy has found a way to spend countless hours with his late father Leonard Nimoy: He's creating a documentary for the actor who played Spock on Star Trek.
By Luqman Adeniyi
Penn & Teller aim to work magic on Broadway
NEW YORK — Magic doesn’t just happen like, well, magic. That’s a major message of Penn Jillette and Teller, who for 40 years have plied their trade as sassy secularists in the priesthood of ...
By Frazier Moore
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