News reports of the earthquake disaster in Nepal make one glad one is an American.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Despite the nice rain we enjoyed (I enjoyed it at any rate), we remain in a drought, and more than a few of us are looking with a gimlet eye at our lawns.
KVPT, the Valley public television station, aired an outstanding, locally produced special on the Armenian Genocide this week, and it was well worth watching.
You may be excited about the fact that scientists are close to being able to bring mammoths back into existence, but I’m not.
Several years ago, I was given the secret formula for losing weight, and I have found it to be true, and not quackery, such as Dr. Mehmet Oz is accused of peddling.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a great believer in Earth Day, and in coming up with ways to clean up our environment, because it’s good for we the people.
The cat from whom we lease our house (one bowl of Purina kibble and two bowls of Friskies wet food per day) is not looking forward to the upcoming presidential election, even though it is more than a year aw