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Dad Daze: Getting to know your son with ADHD

When my son Milo, 15, was recently rushed to a hospital for an appendectomy, the phrase "it figures" ran through my mind. I had the same procedure at a similar age.

Dad Daze: Radio broadcast provides Zags magic

The sounds of summer while sitting on the stoops of the streets of Philadelphia during the 1970s emanated from a small box. It was the crack of the bat and the occasional crackle from the lost radio signal.

Dad Daze: Summing up your children in a word

During a recent chat with a psychologist friend, I was asked how I would describe each of my children. It's not easy to settle on one word or phrase to break down my kids.

Sheltered from virus, Kauai plans cautious return to tourism

Kauai, one of the world’s most sought-after vacation destinations, has been nearly impossible to visit for most of the past year, with officials bucking pressure to ease quarantine rules as the state’s economy tanked.

Amid coronavirus, survivors of Pearl Harbor remember at home this year

Navy sailor Mickey Ganitch was getting ready to play in a Pearl Harbor football game as the sun came up on Dec. 7, 1941. Instead, he spent the morning — still wearing his football padding and brown team shirt — scanning the sky as Japanese planes rained bombs on the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Americans face new COVID-19 restrictions after Thanksgiving

Americans returning home from Thanksgiving break faced strict new coronavirus measures around the country Monday as health officials brace for a disastrous worsening of the out-of-control surge because of holiday gatherings over the long weekend.

The Full Suburban: My husband’s epic adventure – in Hawaii without me

Well, the election happened. As I type this, presidential votes are still being tallied with no clear winner emerging yet. You might be mad that your guy lost or relieved that he won, but in these divisive times, I would like to touch on something that we can all be universally upset about: the fact that my husband recently spent a week in Hawaii without me.

Hawaii pushes forward with tourism despite safety concerns

Despite increasing coronavirus cases across the U.S., Hawaii officials hope to reboot tourism next week by loosening months of economically crippling pandemic restrictions, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arriving travelers.