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Climate Change Alarmism Takes Another Big Hit Mar. 02, 2021

Stephen Moore

Throughout the midsection of the United States in February, record frigid temperatures were inconven... Read More

Learn to Love Where You Live Feb. 27, 2021

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block If the current "don't travel far from home" regimen has you down in the dumps, take ... Read More

Sometimes Group Travel Is the Best Way to Go Jan. 16, 2021

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block My wife, Fyllis, and I had long dreamed of visiting Costa Rica. We knew about its re... Read More

Rules Cosmically Challenged Jan. 04, 2021

Horoscopes by Holiday

The Virgo moon is a follower of rules. The other luminaries object, pointing out that rules are ofte... Read More

Lunar Grand Trine Kicks Off Week of Optimism Jan. 03, 2021

Horoscopes by Holiday, Weekly

Like a grand marshal waving in the first float of the parade, a grand lunar trine kicks off this wee... Read More

Earth Sign Grand Trine Jan. 03, 2021

Horoscopes by Holiday

Scientists are starting to understand how trees communicate with each other through root and fungal ... Read More

A Family Winter Wonderland in Lake Tahoe Jan. 03, 2021

Travel and Adventure

By Margot Black Lake Tahoe is such a beautiful vacation destination for nature-lovers, no matter wha... Read More

Dream Trips: African Safaris in Kenya and Zambia Dec. 12, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Candyce H. Stapen All of us need to dream now, and planning a bucket-list trip creates the joy o... Read More

A Place of Beauty and Peace in Unsettling Times Nov. 28, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Bonnie and Bill Neely During troubled times what we often long for is nature, and that's doubly t... Read More

Ring of Fire: Kagoshima, Japan Nov. 15, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Gay Courter Nobody likes to think about the worst-case scenario, especially when planning a vacat... Read More

Birdbaths Oct. 14, 2020

A Greener View

Q: I had to work from home this summer, but I didn't mind, because I found a new passion. I love wat... Read More

Trump Has Repeatedly Put Urgent Government Functions Under Hostile Control Oct. 14, 2020

Daily Editorials

U.S. government chicken coops are so full of foxes under the Trump administration, it's fair to call... Read More

A Family Gets Away to Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains Sep. 27, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Candyce H. Stapen We work-weary urbanites found a way to escape to the woods during the pandemic.... Read More

Small Rangeley, Maine, Yields Big Fun Sep. 26, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block Digging our paddles into the shallow water, my son, Tom, and I steered our canoe aro... Read More

Bad Policies Fuel Fires Sep. 23, 2020

John Stossel

"Mother Earth is angry!" says Nancy Pelosi in my newest video. "The debate is over around cli... Read More

Designing for the Expected Unexpected Forces of Nature Sep. 12, 2020

The Art of Design

Because our nation is made up of people who have come from all around the world, all our homes are n... Read More

Faraway Cultures Combine on St. Martin-Sint Maarten Aug. 30, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block By day, visitors on one side of the tiny Caribbean island enjoy patisseries and ot... Read More

Birds, Bees, Flowers and Frittatas at the Silver Star Inn Aug. 02, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Brian E. Clark A charm of ruby-throated hummingbirds buzzed at four feeders as photographer Tish ... Read More

Sailors, Scuba Divers and Hamilton Buffs: St. Croix Is for You Jun. 28, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Brian E. Clark Some 30 feet below the calm waters of the Caribbean off St. Croix — the larg... Read More

Catalonia's Hidden Gem: the Delta del Ebre Jun. 14, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Kitty Morse "Tierra! Tierra! (Land! Land!)" called out a tipsy passenger as the jetty we had lef... Read More