Hidden in the attic were tales of war and sacrifice, love and resilience
It is always fun to read about other peoples’ attic discoveries of valuable art or historic artifacts. It is very different altogether to be the one to make such a find.
As I was moving an innocuous plastic container out of the way, I decided to see
Not everyone can say they have a French chef cooking for them every day. Or a Mexican chef who loves to cook Italian. Residents at Salina Presbyterian Manor are lucky enough to have both.
Chris Liotet came to Presbyterian Manor about two years ago when
Salina Presbyterian Manor received a certificate of recognition from Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America for reaching goals in fiscal year 2015, July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015.
The recognition came through PMMA’s new Emerald Awards Program, designed
You can’t control Mother Nature, but certain precautions are important
By Jasmine Dyoco for Next Avenue
Lately, it seems our headlines have been filled with stories about Mother Nature wreaking havoc on our surroundings. From horrible flooding to fast-spreading wildfires to monster hurricanes, weather and the damage it causes is putting human lives
A new play reminds us of one of America’s most-clipped columnists
By Richard Harris for Next Avenue
Even at 9-years-old, Margaret (Peggy) and Allison Engel were avid newspaper readers. Each morning, the twin sisters from Chagrin Falls, Ohio, would spread the Cleveland Plain Dealer on the floor and devour the comics together — so neither could get
Knee pain can be reduced with these simple moves you can do at home
By Linda Melone, CSCS for Next Avenue
If you can tell whether it’s going to rain by the pain in your knees, you’re in good company.
Knee discomfort is second only to low back pain as the most commonly reported pain among adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control and