"Felicity," Mary Oliver’s newest collection of poems, feels like conversations with an old friend.
Ancient Talmudic wisdom teaches that whoever destroys a soul, destroys an entire world. So it’s understandable that in unveiling heightened gun control measures last week before an audience of shooting victims’ relatives, President Obama shed tears.
Another year has come and gone, and the highlights have shone through greatly. Some of the best movies have found widespread audiences and made lots of cash, while others remain obscure. Here are my thoughts on what was most worth watching.
Planning how to transfer your farm, ranch or other business to the next generation is difficult. So is planning for retirement and formalizing your estate plan. The many emotional issues involved with such planning causes us to procrastinate. We don’t want to make some of the tough decisions, so we don’t.
It was “them” kittens that started it; my dog, Stuart, helped to finish it.
In the U.S.A., freedom falls upon our shoulders like a steady drizzle of light, and sometimes, we take it for granted.
Winter has arrived, and with the colder months now upon us, it’s a great time to enjoy the twinkly lights, celebrate the glistening snow and give back to your community.
There is one winning weight management strategy upon which most experts agree — record everything you eat and drink.
Breast milk is considered the best source of nutrition for babies, especially those born prematurely or with complications, but not all mothers are able to breast feed. That’s where milk banks come in.
Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that recruits, trains and supports volunteers to advocate for children in abuse and neglect court cases. Our mission is to inspire, educate and empower community volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused, neglected and at-risk children to help ensure safety and permanency in their lives.
History, politics explored in pair of books.
The Tread of Pioneers museum will present a screening of the film “Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the Chief Theater.
Texas musicians warm up cold day in the 'Boat
Cody Quillin, of Fort Worth, said the opportunity to see a couple of living Texas music legends, Joe Ely and Johnny Bush, made his week during the 31st Steamboat MusicFest.
Society tends to take for granted the idea that the people in charge of the economy know what they’re doing and have the world’s best interests at heart. You don’t need a movie like “The Big Short” to tell you that’s not exactly the truth, but sometimes a point can’t be made enough times.
Canadian family smiles through 'bargain' flight
It was just minutes after I settled into a seat at my gate in the B Concourse at Denver International that I realized I was in the midst of a family from Canada caught up in their own John Candy moment.