Catching up with the iconic television family, The Waltons
The iconic TV family, who made their way through the Great Depression, brought love and family values to viewers every week for nine seasons. After more than thirty years off the air, it is time to catch up with The Waltons.
Home Movie Video Review: Mom’s Night Out
The filmmaking brothers Andrew and Jon Erwin (October Baby) team up again to direct and produce this 98-minute laugh fest.
Guardians of the Galaxy
“All heroes start somewhere.”
The trauma of war
TMA exhibit examines WWI’s
impact on society
The right to give life
An insider’s perspective on organ donation
Nuns receive grant
The Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania have received a grant of $20,693 from SOAR! (Support Our Aging Religious) to purchase medical equipment for Rosary Care Center, the long-term care facility for nuns and priests located on the sisters’ motherhouse grounds. The 14th SOAR! grant to the nuns since 1994…
Help for memory loss
Individuals with early stage memory loss, as well as their family and friends, are invited to attend monthly social and educational programs, 6:30-8:30pm on the last Thursday of every month. Persons experiencing forgetfulness, mild confusion or difficulty finding the right words are most likely to benefit. Alzheimer’s Association of Northwest…
Comfort bags for cancer patients
Baskets of Care recently delivered its 1,000th “Comfort Bag” to a patient diagnosed with breast cancer. The local nonprofit was founded in 2010 by Gail Cooper to help women and men diagnosed with breast cancer navigate their journeys to physical and emotional wellbeing. The Comfort Bags contain books and other…
Back in the day…would we have worn that?
Old timers ponder today’s dress codes—or lack of them
Locally Grown 2014
Local small business owners are in the market for success