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Since I first started writing this column about two years ago, I have had more compliments about the article covering the five stages of grief. Repeatedly, I’ve had readers comment about the grief article and many have asked if I would consider...
Tags: Depression, Behavioral Conditions, Pets, Health, Human Interest
KTLA NewsSaturday, 1:30pm 2nd Annual Voices of the Macabre Bowers Museum, 2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana (714) 567 3600 www.bowers.org Santa Ana's Bowers Museum becomes the Boo-wers Mausoleum this Halloween weekend, where excerpts from Bram Stoker's Dracula,...
Tags: Pumpkin, Bram Stoker, Arts, Fine Arts, Halloween
Multimedia producerCALEXICO — Bread of the Dead (Pan de los Muertos) and hot chocolate were served outside the Mexican Consulate here as it presented the Día de los Muertos altar to the public. The altar is put up annually by the consulate to keep Mexican...
The Rev. Laura Cannon specializes in two words: I do. And those two words have taken her all over the mid-Atlantic, from hotels and historic mansions to sandy beaches, museums and restaurants to the intimacy of a couple's home — even surprise...
LAKE FOREST — When Rosemary Hines began writing her first novel, she thought it would be pretty straightforward. Sitting in her Lake Forest living room Thursday afternoon, Hines recalled how she pictured herself as the dictator, the one who would...
Tags: Suicide, Movies, Christianity, New Age (genre), Entertainment
Crucifixes, Virgin Mary statuettes, ornate Spanish-style churches: so many religious images seem permanently linked with Hispanic Americans. But that’s eroding fast, according to pollster George Barna. In the fourth update on his annual survey...
Popcorn. Check. Diet Coke. Check. Twizzlers. Check. A copy of "F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Short Autobiography" (Scribner), edited by James L. West III. Check. If you're on your way to see — or see again — "Midnight in Paris," the latest film...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAfter a FactFinder 12 investigation and two state investigations, a Wichita funeral home owner is disciplined for unethical business practices. The Kansas State Board of Mortuary Arts ordered Doug Watson, owner of Watson Funeral Home, to refund a...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCarlos Castro gently strummed his guitar as he sang to his late wife at the Terrace Park Cemetery in Holtville as part of Day of the Dead on Wednesday. The couple were together for 40 years until she died in April, and the deep love they shared was...
Tags: Music Industry, Arts, Music, Culture, Arts and Culture
Orioles top draft pick Dylan Bundy may be seeking a record-breaking contract, perhaps as high as $30 million, but it won't happen, according to amateur scouting director Joe Jordan. "I don't look to set any records. I don't expect to," Jordan said in a...
World NowNothing out of the ordinary for this night in San Agustin Etla. Vehicles around us were packed with happy revelers drinking in their seats, some in masks and face-paint, heading up or down to one of the liveliest Dia de los Muertos parties in Mexico....
Ministry of GossipHugh Grant took the stand to testify against phone hacking practices of Britain's tabloid reporters on Monday. Hugh Grant for the first time named the Daily Mail, a newspaper not owned by Rupert Murdoch and News Corp....
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