Ever been audited by the IRS?
Kristin Olsen doesn't like "unnecessary nanny government policies."
Why are we always so impatient?
My idea of a quality T-shirt is a California muscle shirt made by Urban Pipeline.
Forget that fences make good neighbors.
It's time once again for Pomp and Circumstance.
In 127 days the unthinkable could happen.
As we recover from the recession we have to be careful to not celebrate too early. Who can forget the 2005 College Football National Championship game between USC and Texas when Reggie Bush was running down the field for a certain touchdown, started dancing around and ended up fumbling the ball before he made it to the end zone? USC had an exceptional team that year. Had Bush scored that touchdown, USC probably would have won the national championship. Instead, Texas got the ball back and ended up scoring the winning touchdown while running out the clock. I have learned ...
Sam Guedoir is among at least 21 Manteca merchants and commercial property owners slapped with "drive-by" American with Disability Access compliance lawsuits.
Warren Beatty has met his match - self-centered selfie snappers.
Years ago I was a light smoker. Back in the day I thought nicotine did good things for my ability to think and learn. I was a serious student at the time, studying intensively seven days a week, so a powerful complement to black coffee was welcome in my life.
Being a newspaper editor, I am always interested in new reports on how the media industry and journalism in general is faring in today's economy. I am used to reading headlines on the 'downfall' of newspapers and thinking the reports of our death "have been greatly exaggerated," in the words of Mark Twain. But I was a little taken aback by a recently released survey from Indiana University that found journalists are generally angry, white, old men.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee is advocating placing California's minimum wage at $26 an hour.
The boy child might return by year's end.
The 87th annual Academy Awards shouldn't be confused with entertainment.
Imagine a world where you could shop for medical procedures the way you shop for computers. Most likely, price is near the top of your list when you're looking for a new computer. Not so when the "product" is a hip replacement or an MRI. Generally, what the procedure costs is largely irrelevant. And doctors will make the decision about where the surgery will take place.
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