Close to 200 people gathered in downtown Grand Junction to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
NEW YORK — Cooking a meal for a big group is always stressful. So just imagine cooking for more than 1,000 guests. Now make those guests white-hot celebrities like Brad Pitt.
My daughter-in-law convinced me to try one of those clothing subscriptions where you answer a few questions online regarding your style preferences and they send a mystery box of clothes, personally hand-picked for you by a stylist.
Herb Bacon, for decades, was a West Slope banker, business leader, philanthropist, world traveler, road builder, and someone who recognized people he never met with congratulatory notes.
Protesters supporting President Donald Trump clashed with law enforcement Wednesday, sending the U.S. Capitol into chaos, locking the building down and halting the vote to certify Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
At the Sun Valley Ski Resort in Idaho, nestled into one of the lodges whose name I didn’t commit to memory, there existed a plaque honoring a local legend who racked up what is presumably a record for vertical feet skied.
The expression, “hindsight is 20/20,” is an idiomatic phrase that’s been around for decades. It’s also the punchline of a long-standing joke told by the emcee at the annual optometrist convention.
She’d wanted to frame and hang them — just three printed pictures that had been sitting in Lucy O’Donoghue’s suburban Atlanta house since the year began. That’s all. Yet with a full-time job and two small kids, she hadn’t found the time.
Like most of you, my family handled the 2020 COVID-19 situation the best we could with grace and determination, while using all the time together at home to strengthen our loving bond as a family.