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Traveling with Your Furry Friend

  It comes as no surprise that the “workaholic” mindset of many Americans can affect people’s willingness to take vacation days for traveling. However, work...

Give Your Favorite Latin Comfort Foods a Healthy Makeover

Whether you're Latino or not, chances are you have a special place in your heart (and stomach!) for the delicious latin comfort foods of...

Steelers Legend Rocky Bleier in the Play of a Lifetime

  By TERRI BRYCE REEVES Are you ready for some football? At the Straz? Four-time Super Bowl champ Rocky Bleier will recreate the story of his incredible life in The...

Health News

Blocking a key enzyme may reverse memory loss Many of the genes required to form new memories are shut down by a genetic blockade in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients, contributing to the...

Film Review “The Old Man and the Gun”

By RANDAL C. HILL “Just before Forrest Tucker turned 79, he went to work for the last time.” So opens New Yorker writer David Grann’s 2003 article, “The Old Man...

Clearwater Chapter presents The Outreach Service Medal

Retired Lieutenant Colonel Steve Hodges, right, commander of the Clearwater Chapter of The Military Order of the World Wars, presents The Outreach Service Medal and Certificate to retired Major Jack Rodnite...

A Blueberry Breakfast to Remember

By JENNA LEE REEVES Start your day with this delicious breakfast that features blueberries (antioxidants), eggs (protein), milk (calcium) and maple syrup (just because it’s breakfast). It’s a great option when...

COLLEGE PLANNING for the GRANDS

by DAVID NOVAK With September 9th being National Grandparents Day, it’s an appropriate time to discuss how grandparents could help with their grandchildren’s’ greatest needs— helping cover the cost of...

Late-Life Love

Review by KATHY MEGYERI On her 70th birthday, acclaimed author Susan Gubar receives a gorgeous ring from her husband, a reminder how late-life love is still so...