Monthly Archives: January 2020

A grateful Barbara Hinckley has a message for others who have fallen victim to scam artists: "Don’t be embarrassed or ashamed — tell somebody."

  • Cathy Free
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A worker began singing regular duets with her in the dining room and hallways. A video of one of their songs has been viewed thousands of times since it was posted online earlier this month.

  • Cathy Free
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Mario Moore decided he could improve upon the mostly white, mostly male paintings that students rarely look at in the day-to-day rush to get to class.

  • Cathy Free
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  • Perspective

My cousin was entering the fourth grade and trying to absorb life like every kid does. He had also just lost his dad a few weeks before.

  • Katherine O'Malley
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Toy libraries are part of a growing green and cost-saving trend as parents coast-to-coast discover the convenience and benefits of borrowing toys rather than buying them.

  • Cathy Free
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Moving your body is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your mind.

  • Kelly McGonigal
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  • Perspective

Noise pollution can cause health issues such as an increased risk of heart disease, poor sleep and worsened mental health, studies show.

  • Paige Towers
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The forest ecologist might seem like an unlikely person to help design and promote Barbie dolls.

  • Cathy Free
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If the letter writer intended to shame and scare Emilia Flores out of her coat charity, it didn't work.

  • Kellie B. Gormly
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Jonny Kim, 35, is the first Korean American to become a NASA astronaut, according to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul.

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