Area libraries are continuing to offer services ranging from curbside pickup and limited in-person browsing to various virtual programs and take-home activities. Here’s a look at what’s planned in the Anchor Bay area. Chesterfield Township Library The Chesterfield Township Library is open at 50% capacity. Face masks are required. Curbside […]

I must admit I was transfixed by yesterday’s headlines informing the world that Amanda Holden still enjoys “primal sex” with her husband, Chris Hughes. This colourful phrase, which the 50-year-old TV presenter used in an interview, instantly conjured up the couple rutting like two crazed Neanderthals on their shag-pile bear […]

As the world edges back toward some semblance of normal life, many report challenges like Pietrasz’s playing out in their own lives. The time at home – lockdown, dread, fear, isolation – has changed them and made existing worries worse or created new ones entirely. “It’s been a mix of […]

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Dinner reservations are gleefully being made again. Long-canceled vacations are being booked. People are coming together again, in some of the ways they used to. But not everyone is racing back. Their stories are emerging as the world begins to reopen — people secretly dreading […]

MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) March 31, 2021 “Spontaneously Driven”: a book that will drive one to go out, explore, see the world, and share life-changing adventures with their partner in life. “Spontaneously Driven” is the creation of published author Ginnie Frederick, a retired nurse and a great-grandmother. Frederick shares, “Finally […]

^ I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. During last week’s Square Enix Live event, the company announced the fourth installment in their Life is Strange series, subtitled True Colors, would be released on September 10 this […]

Tech is always changing, and so is the way we use it. That means we are always finding new ways to let our guard down for bad actors to snoop on our data. Remember when you shared your address book with that trendy new app? Or when you posted photos […]

Few people are as knee-deep in our work-related anxieties and sticky office politics as Alison Green, who has been fielding workplace questions for a decade now on her website Ask a Manager. In Direct Report, she spotlights themes from her inbox that help explain the modern workplace and how we could […]

^ I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Marty Jones is a self-proclaimed “bard of beer songs,” but in his most recent release, he drinks lemonade instead. “When life hands you lemons, make lemonade, squeeze up a glass, […]

Feb. 18—NEW LONDON — Police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old New London High School student Wednesday night in the area of Grand and Elm streets. Police said that at approximately 6:22 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of shots fired with an injured person in the […]

A trip to BJ’s Wholesale Club can be, for many, almost as fun as a day at an amusement park: you can spend all day there and still not experience all the wonders. (The bakery! The décor!) But, as time is almost always in short supply, we’ve rounded up expert […]