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September calendar of events

August 28, 2016 1 — Wilson Poffenberger, saxophone, at Bliss Recital Hall, Youngstown State University, at 7:30 p.m. more »»

What’s brewing?

August 21, 2016 NEW YORK — Get ready for the next wave of coffee culture. Consumers are learning more about coffee — how it’s grown, roasted and prepare. more »»

Dumbed-down definition of word ‘dumb’ isn’t smart

August 21, 2016 You know what’s dumb? The definition we’ve created for the word “dumb.” That’s not what it means. It’s just another example of word abuse that’s, well, dumb. more »»

France’s burkini bans sexist, or liberating?

August 21, 2016 By ANGELA CHARLTON The Associated Press PARIS — Male officials are dictating what women can wear on French beaches — and people across a wide swath of French society say that’s a good thing. more »»

Justice teaches course on literature, poetry and the law

August 14, 2016 COLUMBUS — Judith Ann Lanzinger had always considered herself a literal person, a judge who prefers words on paper to be clear — especially in legal briefs and statutes. more »»

Getting schooled by dumb jokes

August 14, 2016 As we stretch and inhale deliciously warm breezes, we lazily drift into yet another long, luxurious summer ... Hold on a second. more »»

Handmade sugar scrub cubes exfoliate skin

August 14, 2016 CONCORD, N.H. — Summer is quickly progressing, but there’s still time for another quick beach trip or two. more »»

Self-milkers improve production, information

August 7, 2016 For centuries, dairy farmers milked cows by hand. By the early to mid-1900s, most farmers had switched to milking machines, which they hooked up to their herd. Now, cows are milking themselves. more »»

A passion for pockets becomes pain in the pants

August 7, 2016 The guy in line in front of me unzipped a small pocket of his cargo shorts and extracted a customer loyalty card. He pulled his wallet from another pocket. more »»

Good grief, I’m good, but is that a bad thing?

July 31, 2016 We set up my author’s table at the Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival and spent three days selling the children’s books I wrot. more »»

Crabby Patty’s gripes steamroll topics far and wide

July 31, 2016 It may be the unusually warm temperatures we’re experiencing this summer. DISCLAIMER: I refuse to officially complain about the heat, as I am an avid and zealous winter hater. Ahem. more »»

Fans hunt real places featured in Japanese anime

July 31, 2016 TOKYO — Everyone’s surprised that “Pokemon Go” is getting people out from behind their screens and out of the house. more »»

Here’s the scoop on Cuba’s 1st US-run hotel in 50 years

July 31, 2016 HAVANA — Cuba is a land of architectural splendors, stunning scenery, warm, welcoming people and some of the world’s worst hotels. more »»

Cook Sisters

July 24, 2016 Mary Ann Quinn said she felt the tug while growing up in St. James Parish in Warren. “The Notre Dame sisters were a large presence in my life because of my attending Catholic school,” she said. more »»

Pirates plunder others’ words, even pre-emptively

July 24, 2016 Much to-do over a twice-done speech was made last week. It’s far from the first time plagiarism reared its ugly, photocopied head. more »»

The road to Cleveland

July 17, 2016 By BETH J. HARPAZ The Associated Press CLEVELAND — Growing up in the 1980s, Sam McNulty often visited the food vendors at the West Side Market, located in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. more »»

Here’s looking at you, Big Type

July 17, 2016 I checked out library books from the Large Print section. On purpose. The times and the eyes, they are a-changin’. As is where I do my book browsing. more »»

Richmond - Burgess

July 17, 2016 Nicole Richmond and Jonathan Burgess were united in marriage during an outdoor creekside wedding ceremony May 28, 2016, in Versailles, K. more »»

A presidential bar and more

July 17, 2016 CLEVELAND — Conventioneers, political geeks and others heading to the GOP convention in Cleveland this week, take note: With seven presidents born in Ohio, there’s a lot of history here. more »»

Repurposed agriculture

July 10, 2016 OLD ZIONSVILLE, Pa. — What may turn out to be the last wedding at Meadowbrook Farms features a Swiss groom. more »»

Tucker 60th

July 10, 2016 Tucker 60th Robert E. and LeeAnn Tucker of Warren celebrated their 60th anniversary by vacationing at The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake with family. more »»


Fish, Chicken & Barbeque Rib Dinners August 26, 2016

WarrenFish, Chicken & Barbeque Rib Dinners & Sandwicheswill be offered Fridays from 10am - 7 pm. at:St. Paul Church of God in Christ2100 Colonial SE330-369-8501Proceeds go to the Building Fund. more »

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