Carl Sandberg wrote, “A baby is God’s opinion that life should go on.”
If life-sized, comic superheroes are right up your alley, you can marvel at them as they seemingly bounce off a wall inside Bowlaway Lanes.
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican’s top astronomer has some assurances to offer: The world won’t be ending on Dec. 21, despite predictions to the contrary.
For artist Steve Henderson, the rolling hills around Dayton are a great inspiration. “I really enjoy painting the landscape around here,” he said, “and the paintings it has inspired have been very well-received.”
Finding color is an elusive hunt, as autumn fades to grey and the white of winter approaches.
Walla Wallans Reuben and Janis Tsujimura celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today.
JJ Harrison was sitting in a rodeo production meeting in Billings, Mont., last month when his cell phone signalled an incoming call.
I have known Trevor Larkin since fourth or fifth grade.
Color is everywhere. On the inside, that is. Notably at Holly’s Flowers on this day.
In a Garrison Middle School classroom, rows of desks give way to kitchen stations with stoves, blenders, utensils and an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Photos taken with a smartphone? O.K, all but one.
A large, rare collection of roughly 320 photo negatives, many more than 100 years old and some possibly never printed, has been given to photo historians to preserve and share.
Street names have changed over the years, but a close observer will find signs of the past in the concrete.
There’s a joke about National Security Agency employees: You can spot the extrovert because he’s the guy looking at someone else’s shoes.
In Dayton, it's the "north side of the tracks" that is often looked down upon and treated with disrespect.
Bobbing toddlers and proud parents are in the swim.
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