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Columnists

Grace and the Baron Grace and the Baron

By Bill Skiff “America has lost it’s love affair with cars,” according to... 

Can You Hear Me Now? Can You Hear Me Now?

By Sarah Lemnah It may be funny when cell phone commercials use the popular tag line... 

When to See a Geriatrician When to See a Geriatrician

By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, What kinds of health problems do geriatricians... 

Business

Ben Franklin Meets Yogi Berra in ‘Starting With the Destination in Mind’ Ben Franklin Meets Yogi Berra in ‘Starting With the Destination in Mind’

Drawing on years of professional experience as a Certified Financial Planner and... 

De-Clutter Me! De-Clutter Me!

Eliminating clutter can change the whole feel of a space. (Courtesy photos) By Phyl... 

Growing the Perfect Christmas Tree Growing the Perfect Christmas Tree

Christmas tree farming is a year-round industry that culminates in flurry of the... 

Everyday Cheapskate

Another Way to Use a Bundt Pan Another Way to Use a Bundt Pan

BY MARY HUNT Today’s first great reader tip makes me laugh. Imagine a chicken standing to attention in a Bundt pan. This is the best idea I’ve heard all day, and I think you’ll agree. STAND THE BIRD. To roast a whole chicken evenly and more quickly, set your Bundt pan on a cookie sheet. Now stand that chicken over the center cone of the Bundt... [Read more of this article]

Sustainable Living

The Last Fish The Last Fish

BY SHAWN DELL JOYCE Ocean fish are the last wild creatures that people hunt on a large scale. We used to think of the ocean’s bounty as endless until recently, when we have discovered its limits. Between 1950 and 1994, ocean fishermen increased their catch 400 percent by doubling the number of boats and using more effective fishing gear, according... [Read more of this article]