Just off the sidewalk, amid greenery and near a small wishing well, sits a little box, painted red and decorated with miscellaneous keys and cards.
I'm terrified of improvisation.
Today is Monday, Dec. 15, the 349th day of 2014. There are 16 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On Dec. 15, 1944, the U.S. Senate approved the promotions of Henry H. Arnold, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur and George C.
On 03/14/2014 we tragically lost a husband, father, brother, uncle, son-and-brother-in-law. Rhett was preceded in death by his parents, William (July 2, 2010) and Sunshine Millhorn (July 26, 2010), and is survived by the following family members:
After reading Alice Randall's viewpoint on the hullabaloo surrounding her novel, "The Wind Done Gone," in Sunday's Empire, I feel compelled to provide background information clarifying Randall's motivation behind penning her editorial.
Now that the storm has passed could we do a little damage assessment here? The prevailing winds that swirled around Hillary Clinton's words left enough detritus to be worthy of a case study in media meteorological mayhem.
Nothing has disturbed me more than to see the signs scattered around downtown Juneau directing citizens and tourists to the "Governor's House."
WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cobbling together the broad-based coalition that rammed health reform though Congress earlier this year, President Obama and his advisers ignored the sage of advice of an old Indian proverb.
A s one who can see a cloud in any silver lining, I have a soft spot for Winnie-the-Pooh's melancholy friend, Eeyore. So I wasn't surprised to find myself agreeing with the donkey's gloomy prediction in the introduction to author David Benedictus' new book of Pooh stories, "Return to the Hundred Acre Wood," which was released this week. "He'll get it wrong," Eeyore says of the writer. "See if he doesn't."
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