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Gary Church: Me? Need help inside a store? Don’t ask.
Shopping is not something I do a lot. Whenever I do, I never ask where anything is. I like to find it all by myself. I think it's a man thing.
Lisa Madras: I’m not quite living ‘the life’ yet, but I’m happy to try
What stands between you and happiness? In order to answer this question, I think you first have to define what, exactly, happiness means to you. It's not usually a simple answer, once you really thinking about it.
Josh Drespling: New job leads to chain reaction of opportunities
I can see the faint glimmer of a light off in the distance. It is an inkling of hope and a promise of things that will soon come to pass. What is this beacon of hope that compels me to look to the future rather than dwell in the muck that is my present situation?
Gary Church: What’s in YOUR wallet? Aw, I better purse my lips
The older I get, the less I know about women. My lovely bride and I decided to go to Sharon for lunch and a little shopping. As we were approaching Mitchell Road, she got all panicky and said we had to go back home. I thought maybe she had to use the toilet or something.
Tim Kolodziej: No defying ‘Gravity,’ but we sure can learn from it
“Gravity” is a film that will stick with you long after you leave the cineplex. There are dozens of life lessons we can siphon from this fantastic piece of cinema, but for time’s sake, I’ve narrowed the list to five, based on dialogue in the movie.
The Couch Potato: Channel surfing with some quick hits
Like a pile of mashed potatoes with no butter or salt, the Couch Potato's brain is mushy and bland today. So here comes the “Quick Hits!”
Gary Church: How do you kill a stink bug? With a clean shot!
Some of you view the New Castle News only on the web. You may have never read my weekly garden column in the print edition. Last week, I was obsessed with single-handedly wiping out the stink bug population.
Lisa Madras: Happiness is a warm blankie up my nose — gotta problem with that?
What is your most beloved childhood memory? I know that the really cool and super-enlightened answer to this would be something deep and meaningful, like "time spent with my family" or "the scar I got on my forehead the day I saved a family of baby raccoons from drowning in a sewage grate."
Josh Drespling: Calling off work today? That’s sick!
I love sick days. No, I'm not talking about the days that you are hugging the toilet and cataloging the items you had for dinner the previous evening as they float around in there
Gary Church: Pretend wedding a real treat (with video)
I've been asked to do a lot of stuff in my life. Perform a wedding was never one of them. That all changed last week when I officiated at the marriage of Shelly and Eddie. With video.
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