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George Lucas museum cliffhanger: LA or San Francisco?

For nearly a decade George Lucas has been trying to build a museum for his extensive personal art collection. In January, the legendary filmmaker is expected to decide whether he will put the museum in San Francisco or Los Angeles, after other attempts were upended by community opposition. (Wong Maye-E / AP)
SAN FRANCISCO – For nearly a decade, George Lucas has been trying to build a museum for his personal art collection. After several false starts, the filmmaker will decide in January whether to put his museum in San Francisco or Los Angeles.

Dr. Zorba Paster: Shining a light on mental illness

Dear Doc: Thank you so much for your article in the paper on being proactive about discussing depression with your doctor. What a critical point. I also have been writing about this for years in whatever local publication will have me. I am very passionate on this topic. I suffered from depression, and I suffered from the inability to act on my depression. My family suffered, too. Good job. Keep up the good work. – J.P.

Home remedies: dealing with dry skin

Although your skin is often driest on your hands, arms, lower legs and sides of your abdomen, the locations where these dry patches form can vary

You’re not just ‘growing old’ if this happens to you

Size as needed, Sydney Fischer color illustration of exhausted woman leaning back in easy chair. San Jose Mercury News, 1995 CATEGORY: ILLUSTRATION SUBJECT: Tired woman illus. ARTIST: Sydney Fischer ORIGIN: San Jose Mercury News TYPE: EPS JPEG SIZE: As needed ENTERED: 3/8/95 REVISED: STORY SLUG: Stand-alone illustration, feature, features, business, worker, work, health, exercise, exhaustion, San, Jose, Mercury, News, Fischer, 1995, at-risk, risk, women (Sydney Fischer / San Jose Mercury News)
“I’m tired, doctor. It’s hard to get up and about. I’ve been feeling kind of down, but I know I’m getting old and I just have to live with it.” This fatalistic stance relies on widely held but mistaken assumptions about what constitutes “normal aging.”

Around the remote: Chuck Barney’s TV picks for Jan. 1-7

DON’T MISS: “Sherlock” – After a yearlong hiatus, Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Watson (Martin Freeman) make a very welcome return in a three-episode fourth season. Ah, but it comes with one little complication: A baby. Watson and his wife, Mary (Amanda Abbington) have become parents for the first time and it’s a good bet that the newborn will occasionally get in the way of the sleuthing. Sunday, 8 p.m. KSPS, 9 p.m. KCDT. Other bets:

Family has lack of respect for parenting

Dear Carolyn: My wife and I have two children (whom I carried), ages 5 and 6 months. We spend two or three holidays and other “family vacations” a year with her family, which includes her parents and three sisters and their husbands and nine children ages 1 to 11. We spend anywhere from 3 to 5 days. Her family has always been supportive of our relationship even when mine wasn’t, and I appreciate that. My issue is the lack of respect for our parenting. They all think it’s appropriate for young children to hold, pass around, and carry around infants, and I am adamantly opposed to this. My wife does not appreciate that they do this either, but she will not put a stop to it. She has said a few things to her mom but never follows through.

In an instant, it all changed for Ken Hopkins

Ken Hopkins, longtime morning radio host for 92.9 FM KZZU, chats at his Spokane home about the bike accident last summer that left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair. The Eastern Washington graduate grew up in Pomeroy. (TYLER TJOMSLAND
Ken Hopkins’ recollection of July 13, 2015, is still vivid up to a certain point. That evening, he was involved in a bike accident that left him with a concussion, a few broken ribs and a spinal injury. A few days later, he was told he would have to rely on the use of a wheelchair for the rest of his life.

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