There are mothers-in-law and then there are other mothers-in-law, some good, some better, all of them hating to give up... Full Story
May Day, the first of May, conjures up many childhood memories of things like dancing around a Maypole.
Girls chosen to... Full Story
We seniors live in a world of technological advances that were considered fantasy ravings by crazies when we were kids. Full Story
"Your birthday is coming up on March 30, you know. How do you want to celebrate it?" I... Full Story
Antelope Valley seniors who have retired from civil service to Los Angeles County joined together in the Lancaster Moose Lodge... Full Story
Sometimes I just have to eat crow.
Carlos, at his wit's end trying to make me hear and understand what he... Full Story
The Rev. Charles E. "Charlie" Jones was a retired Methodist minister who knew how to live and enjoy the retired... Full Story
In deference to Pat and Mike of Irish tradition, this column is dedicated to those who love anecdotes. The following... Full Story
Chico and Dee Dee Vega blew into town the last part of February bringing with them a taste of Branson,... Full Story
The rafters of the Lancaster Performing ArtsCenter rang with the beauty of the hills when the talented, married... Full Story
Seniors age 55 and older are invited to join the "Small Town" senior potluck luncheon hosted the first Wednesday of... Full Story
Now that we've had a taste of global warming in the desert wintertime, I say hallelujah, bring it on!
If this... Full Story
Ann Gregg, a woman who epitomized what was best about the post-World War II days in the Antelope Valley, has... Full Story
Katie Corbett, long time member of the Palmdale Woman's Club, is a hard working and probably the most unappreciated member. Full Story
Lancaster Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 1926 has lost two long-time members. Jack Conklin and Paul Amaro... Full Story