Real love between two healthy people respects boundaries, shares the burden of blame when things go wrong, and works to find a way to work things out without verbal abuse or rage. Read more
by Alex Balk I have been trying to find any kind of upside in the coming onslaught of weekend snow and rain but the only thing I can come up with is that it will at least make things a little more unpleasant for the battery of urinating Santa kids flooding in from Paramus and Ronkonkoma. Show More Summary
While we're all for budget-friendly finds - who isn't? - there are some gifts worth saving for. Iconic, luxurious, and a bit over-the-top, these accent pieces will more than please the person who has it all. See the splurge-worthy finds...Show More Summary
We can learn a lot from this 1977 Dodge Charger SE for sale on Hemmings.com, like how to keep a car looking showroom fresh for more than 35 years. Apparently the key is to almost never take it out of its climate-controlled garage from day one. Why nobody really drove this Charger for all those […]
QuickPay, which works with parking operators to make their lots and spots mobile-enabled so drivers can find and pay for parking, has raised $5.5 million from backers including Fontinalis Partners, Ecomobilite Ventures and IncWell. Smart parking is a surprisingly vibrant space, considering the subject matter. Show More Summary
Children get plenty of benefits from music lessons- learning to play an instrument can be a great outlet for a child's creativity, and the repeated practice can teach much-needed focus and discipline. What's more, the payoff, whether...Show More Summary
A nearly 20-year observational study involving more than 44,700 black women nationwide found that regular vigorous exercise offers significant protection against development of an aggressive subtype of breast cancer. The findings from the Black Women's Health Study were presented at the 2013 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
So Romeo Ed has given his notice to Peacocks shop, Bargoed. Hope you find another job, as living on benefit is not an easy lifestyle. Sill the girls get more hours and slightly more money.
Julie Hersh, the mediocre meditator, finds solace from the holiday rush with some words from a Zen master and, of course, a little chocolate. read more
In QT3's totally bizarre universe, you'll find more than enough humor and quirkiness. But things get very repetitive, too.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) has a sobering new report finding identity theft cost Americans $10 billion more last year than all other property crimes measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey. While identity theft...Show More Summary
A yearly study of Louisville TV stations by students at a local High school found local Louisville TV stations spent more time reporting on crime than any other story. For the study, journalism students at the duPont Manual High School...Show More Summary
Many clinicians are unfamiliar with or uncomfortable with addressing the use of e-cigarettes with their young patients, finds a new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
• Crucial data on more than 450 Pokémon, including their moves, locations, stats, and Evolutions! • Detailed guides on Pokémon Eggs and how to find all Kalos region Pokémon! • Lists of all TMs, HMs, items, Berries, and Mega Stones—including...Show More Summary
Not everybody gets into the Christmas spirit each year. In fact, a lot of people can't stand it. If you're finding yourself relating more to Ebenezer Scrooge this year, this compilation is for you. You can find an entire listing of the featured movies and shows at Slacktory.
In a clear attempt to mock the Lakers' "Kobe Returns" video, the pregame show for the Utah Jazz, Jazz Game Night, posted a similar video for the return of Marvin Williams. Thanks to Matt Moore of CBS Sports for the find. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The latest Reason-Rupe poll finds that 54 percent of Americans think government, while necessary for certain functions, is generally burdensome and impedes them more than helps them. Conversely 41 percent view government as primarily...Show More Summary
The latest Reason-Rupe poll finds that 54 percent of Americans hink government, while necessary for certain functions, is generally burdensome and impedes them more than helps them. Conversely 41 percent view government as primarilyShow More Summary
This week, KRON is hiring an account executive, and WAAY needs a news director. Meanwhile, KABC is hiring an online news producer, as well as a weathercaster. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted...Show More Summary