Cooking, to me, is a quieting experience. There may be a burst of creative energy now and again, but like a potter whose work with clay is contemplative or meditative, I find cooking to be relaxing.
A minor league hockey schedule is not always a pretty thing.
BE HONEST. I'm betting you've Googled your own name just to see what's out there on the World Wide Web. When I did that, I discovered a bed and breakfast in North Carolina that intrigued me.
Suddenly, the President has discovered his inner entrepreneur. The other day, Barack Obama left the White House, walked across the street, and entered the building where Daniel Webster once lived. Today, that hallowed ground is occupied by the U.S.
It has been a cold and snowy few weeks, but in spite of a winter storm, fund-raising events prevailed on Feb. 5, including the Rotary Club of Perrysburg's Over the Top auction, Heart & Soul at Fifth Third Field, and a Habitat for Humanity chili cook-off in Bowling Green.
My dad is considering hiring an attorney to explore putting all of his property in a trust. His goal is to protect the property from going into probate and to decrease the tax burden on his heirs after he and my mom are deceased. What should he know about this process and is a trust a good idea?
Meet Jamie Lothridge: Teacher, cook, baker, blogger. And now, award-winning creator of recipes.
Christina Aguilera botching the national anthem. Cameron Diaz caught feeding A-Rod on national TV. And a half-time show featuring the Black Eyed Peas that made you yearn for Up With People. (Seriously, Fergie doing a bad Axle Rose and "Sweet Child o' Mine" with Slash playing guitar next to her? "I'll take 'Worst Moments in Super Bowl Half-Time History' for $400, Alex.") Yeah, the Super Bowl had more than its share of forgettable moments. Fortunately, we had a great game and some funny commercials.
It was a sellout crowd of 500 for "A Tribute to Jim Morrison featuring the Maxx Band and Phil Barone as Jim" Jan. 29 at the Maumee Indoor Theater. A special appearance was made by Rose Barone, 91, Mr. Barone's mom and the namesake of Rosie's Italian
Ray DiPierro's time with the Green Bay Packers came just after Curly Lambeau and just before Lambeau Field. That's a long, long time ago, but love stories can last forever.