Hollywood’s biggest night is nearly upon us, with the stage set for the 89th annual Academy Awards Sunday. With trophy magnets and small successes alike on the ballot this year, anything can happen as we await the announcement of which movies of the past year will take home the gold. My predictions for how the night will go can be found below.
As I Iook back on this past year, and a couple beyond, it’s not life’s highpoints that rise to the surface, but, unfortunately, the low and often, the humorous.
I love reading young adult books. The style and quality of writing has come a long way from when I was a teen.
Many of us have parts of our childhood we’d like to forget, but for just as many, drawing a complete blank can be just as upsetting. For those who need motivation to piece together both the painful and pleasant parts of their life, that’s why a movie like “Lion” exists.
With a rogues gallery that includes a crocodile man, a lady in pigtails and harlequin makeup and a sentient glob of muck, you’d think “The Lego Batman Movie” would already be as crazy as it could get. You’d be wrong.
Sandra Kruczek and I will finish this semester’s Head Start Puppy Class this week. I can’t think of too many things that make me happier than spending six weeks watching these amazing puppies grow, both physically and “intellectually.” I use that word light-heartedly. They are puppies, after all.
When it comes to keeping your heart healthy, there are a few basics that can help.
A simple question parents often ask is, “What does my child need?” Children need a home that is safe and loving and free of violence and parents who protect them. Home should provide a sense of stability, with comfort and support.
Dee Richard's book "Steamboat Round the Bend" is the best book written about the early history of Steamboat Springs.
During a Valentine’s week laden with romantic undertones, Laura Pritchett busts out with a spicy new novel that twists and turns love in every imaginable manifestation.
The Tread of Pioneers Museum’s three-part series, A Taste of History, celebrates the history of Routt County through recipes and food.
"For the first time since the Education Accountability Act was created, the State Board of Education may force districts and schools that have failed to improve for five consecutive years to take significant action to boost student learning." — Joyce Rankin
Did you know that cavities are the most common childhood disease? The good news is that cavities are almost 100 percent preventable.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States, but new treatments are making it easier to keep hearts healthy.
In response to widespread malnutrition among World War II recruits and an abundance of U.S.-produced agricultural products, the U.S. Congress enacted the National School Lunch Act in 1946, with hopes of "strengthening the nation through better nutrition for our school children," while, at the same time, supporting U.S. farmers through guaranteed purchases of commodity products to use in government programs.