JERUSALEM — Christians in the Holy Land marked Good Friday without the mass pilgrimages usually seen in the days leading up to Easter because …
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — As several states in the American West face intense drought, it’s shaping up to be a very difficult year for New Mexico fa…
ATLANTA — For more than five years, home for Armetrius Neason has been a hotel outside Atlanta. He's adorned the walls with dozens of pictures…
My wife pressed the button to end the call and said, "That’s something I haven’t heard in a long time."
With confidence rising that the end of the pandemic is growing closer, airlines are starting to revive flights that vanished last year as peop…
SANTA CRUZ — I lived in the redwood forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains for a year. That year, they burned uncontrollably.
A recent analysis by the Wall Street research firm Fundstrat Global Advisors fueled this idea, suggesting as many as nine states were already reaching the coveted “herd immunity” status as of March 7, signaling that a return to normal was close at hand.
Put the past behind you, and prepare to make a big change. Opportunity is within reach. Channel your energy into improving your most important relationships and engaging in your favorite pastimes. You deserve to achieve peace of mind. Make romance a priority, and share your intentions with a loved one.
Take it easy, live in the moment and cherish what you have. Refuse to let trivial matters get to you or disgruntled people bring you down. Make adjustments that will add to your happiness. Live, love and laugh.
Take care of sensitive issues as they arise. If you let matters linger too long, it will be much harder to deal with them appropriately. Look out for your best interest and distance yourself from those who are not trustworthy or a good influence. Strive to be your best.
Be receptive, but not gullible. Listen to an offer, consider the information that is valuable to you and apply what you can to reach your goals as the year progresses. Recognize that your glass is half full, not half empty, and trust in your ability to succeed.
Revisit your goals, consider certain recommendations and put a schedule in place that will help you achieve your objectives. Be aggressive and negotiate with less emotion and more fine-tuned intuition. Take charge and brook no interference.
Slow or impulsive actions will lead to problems this year. Consistency, sticking to the facts and putting your heart and soul into getting what you want will help you reach your objective. Walk away from situations and people that will hold you back instead of supporting your efforts.
Sitting in her Nipomo home last week, high school junior Jadyn Oates used songwriting to synthesize her reflections on quarantining as a teenager.
It's nice that some companies offer discounts for seniors, but I wish more would consider doing this as well. Most seniors enjoy going out to dinner or lunch, but not enough of our local restaurants offer discounts, and even if they do, you have to ask for them.
Calls have been pouring into the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department from residents who are worried about the novel coronavirus that has infected more than 20,000 and killed more than 425 people worldwide.
PCPA’s Conservatory Director Roger DeLaurier is undertaking his first Neil Simon play, Brighton Beach Memoirs.