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Dear Annie: Our son is an educated, well-read, successful married man. We taught him how to keep a home, how to clean, how to groom himself. This has never been an issue.
Dear Doctor: What can you tell me about the new monthly HIV treatment that was recently approved? My uncle has been living with HIV for almost 25 years. He’s a senior citizen now, and growing forgetful about all of the meds he’s on.
Conservative leaders within the United Methodist Church unveiled plans Monday to form a new denomination, the Global Methodist Church, with a doctrine that does not recognize same-sex marriage.
Dear Annie: I have been dating my boyfriend for two years. We are both in our mid-40s. But I feel as if we are walking in opposite stages of life. He works two full-time jobs and has several younger children. He has so many responsibilities financially.
Dear Miss Manners: How should you address the president and his wife in correspondence? Would the proper honorifics for correspondence with the current president and his wife be Mr. Joe and Dr. Jill Biden? Dear Gentle Reader: Perhaps you ask because of the kerfuffle.
Writing Across Generations is being led by the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, or RSVP, of Spokane County. The Spokane pilot project has an intergenerational vision to match teams of teens with senior adults.
For this year's Jewish Cultural Film Festival, one of the goals for organizers was to "try to not program a downer festival," said Neal Schindler, director of Spokane Area Jewish Family Services, which hosts the festival.
Scientists have a name for these little droplets of water in the air: water vapor. You may remember from our question about the states of matter that there are all kinds of different gases, liquids and solids.
My son’s high school football season finally started last week – yes, that’s right, in February. COVID-19 has wrapped its annoying little spindle fingers over every part of this weirdest-of-all school years.
Dear Annie: I am blessed to not have real problems like so many endure, but I would appreciate your opinion on a predicament. I am a healthy 90-year-old man. I have outlived two wonderful wives. My first love and I were together for only eight short years.
Almost a year into this pandemic, we’ve had lots of time to look at our homes and contemplate what works and what doesn’t. And, of course, with everyone at home all day, every day, there’s more stuff everywhere.
Dear Doctor: I am 32 years old, and I just learned I have IBD. My doctor thinks the fact that in my family we eat a lot of sweets has something to do with it. I’m not the only one with stomach issues, but I figured since it runs in the family, it is genetic.
Prince Harry, who decamped from England to Southern California last year, rapped the theme song to the 1990s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” during a late-night talk show appearance in which he said he didn’t walk away from his royal duties.
Dear Miss Manners: I was in a relationship with someone, but we were not living together. I have a key to her place and recently locked the door when I left after a visit so she would not have to get up. She yelled at me not to lock her door, that she could lock her own door.
Dear Annie: I have a longtime friend with a history of enabling, starting with her own kids. I tried to discourage her from doing that numerous times without success. History appears to be repeating itself. Her kids are long gone, but now her granddaughter has moved in.
Dear Doctor: My husband is 68 years old and recently had an episode of memory loss. He suddenly didn’t know where he was. It lasted for about two hours and was very scary. Our son says maybe it was transient global amnesia.
Dear Miss Manners: What is the proper response to people who own lots of electronic gadgets, such as smartphones, tablets, etc., and participate in every social media platform and who insist – not in a polite way – that I also be similarly hooked up?
Space has captured the imagination of humans throughout history. Even today, with all our developments here on Earth, space still holds endless mysteries. If you love to dream about space, and maybe need a bit of fun, escapist learning, then head over to YouTube.
The two fathers had never met in person, but that didn’t matter. They knew each other well. The confusion, the worry, the frustration of being the father of a child who grows and learns and then, suddenly, regresses.
Dear Annie: I live in a small town with my wife of 33 years. My wife has a large family, most of whom live in the same state as us. Two of her siblings had daughters the same age who grew up like sisters. Last summer, her two nieces came to stay with us for a week while on a break from college.