Seven New Year’s resolutions you can keep

December 30, 2010 in Personal Finance by Steve Maple

My New Year’s
resolutions
are as quickly
forgotten
as made. So
this year, dear reader, instead Read the rest of this entry →

The addictive carb conundrum

December 30, 2010 in Living by Wendell Fowler

Do you have trouble
saying ‘no’
when an Éclair
appears? Ever
question the chip Read the rest of this entry →

Torry's top ten things I’ll be hoping for in 2011

December 30, 2010 in Torry's Top Ten by Torry Stiles

10. Another great year with the folks at
the Southside Times.

9. A way to pay for 2010.

8. Enough patience to tolerate the next
television season.

7. To find where my youth disappeared to.

6. That gas stays cheaper than bottled
water.

5. A cure for procrastination. Somebody
will get around to it sometime.

4. A really nice way to tell the neighbors
that their dog is ugly as sin … and so’s
their kid.

3. Less hoping and more changing.

2. Keeping my hair.

1. That fat, juicy contract with David Letterman.

Weather is sensational – but only on the East Coast

December 30, 2010 in Opinion by Mike Redmond

I’m sure you caught the
news about the Winter
Storm That Changed
Life As We Know It …
on the East Coast. It was Read the rest of this entry →

Athletes think they’re the only ones working holidays

December 30, 2010 in Opinion by Kevin Kane

I hope everyone had a great
Christmas this past weekend.
There were a number of pro athletes,
however, who apparently
did not. Read the rest of this entry →

A little bit of the beach – full of fun, fantasy and females

December 30, 2010 in Opinion by Sherri Coner-Eastburn

Here’s something wonderful that a
lot of men don’t know or maybe
they forget about women.
What is it? Well, we love to
laugh and play. Read the rest of this entry →

by Elaine

New Year’s Eve from the band’s perspective

December 30, 2010 in Front Page News by Elaine

Donny Muselman of South Side band, Blonde Sonja,
gets as excited about New Year’s Eve as the rest of
the population, but in a different way. “We have to
prepare more for a New Year’s Eve show,” Musselman
said. First off, everyone needs to be well-rested. For Read the rest of this entry →

Rum, Rum, Rum

December 23, 2010 in Living by Wendell Fowler

“Aw, pleeeese, just one?” we’d
beg in unison.
“You kids stay out of the
Christmas cookie tins till
Christmas Eve,” Mom would
chide, “or else Santa won’t Read the rest of this entry →

Holiday stories good last minute gift idea

December 23, 2010 in Community by Terri Schlichenmeyer - The Bookworm

“Chicken Soup for the Soul: Christmas Cheer” by
Jack Canfield & Mark Victor Hansen, edited by
Amy Newmark, performed by Sandra Burr and
Dan John Miller c.2010, Brilliance Audio $9.99 ea
3-4 CDs ea. / 3+ hours
When it came to Christmas picture
books, you had your favorites.
Maybe it was Mom’s voice as she read
those stories you’d heard dozens of times Read the rest of this entry →

by Elaine

Tragedy shatters family’s holiday

December 23, 2010 in Community by Elaine

Two weeks ago, Jennifer Lashley
never expected to spend the
end of the year and this holiday
season in a hazy blur of emotion.
On the night of Dec.13, her Read the rest of this entry →