Dear Annie: I’ve found myself in a dating maze and desperately need some advice. I’ve been dealing with some mixed signals from the person I’m dating; he’s all about making plans and being super affectionate one day, then is distant and elusive the next. I’m getting whiplash. How do I make sense of this behavior without coming off as needy or insecure? I genuinely care about the connection but could use some tips for decoding this emotional puzzle. – Love Limbo
Ye’s latest album, “Vultures 1,” topped the Billboard 200 chart this week, suggesting the rapper has retained much of his popularity despite a string of antisemitic and other hateful remarks that alienated him from corporate partners and many fellow celebrities.
In 1932, Mario Banchero's great-uncle, Ed, who everyone knew as Catfish, opened a small butcher shop in Seattle's Rainier Valley. Hamburger was 3 pounds for 25 cents. They did a little under $8 on their first day in business. On Sunday, Mario Banchero's son, Paolo, will play in the NBA All-Star Game. At just 21, he will be the youngest player in the game.
Dear Doctors: I read that there’s a big new study that lists some of the most common risk factors for developing dementia at an early age. I would like to know more about it. How was it done, and what did it identify?
In Nick Romeo’s diligently researched and admirably principled new book, “The Alternative: How to Build a Just Economy,” he argues that the world wrought by neoclassical economics is “perfectly logical” – but horrifically inhumane.
For decades, the fate of Paul McCartney’s bass guitar baffled the music world. Heard in recordings of some of the most famous Beatles hits, including “Love Me Do” and “Twist and Shout,” the bass guitar had been lost since it was stolen in 1972 without a trace.