My only regret about seeing the Cedar Street Theatre's production of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town," was that I didn't see... Full Story
Today is the fifth annual National Day of Unplugging, a movement that urges people to step back from the constant... Full Story
You may not have heard of Meagan Simmons, but if you spend any time on the Internet you've probably seen... Full Story
Palmdale needs to engage in some good, old-fashioned civil disobedience.
One of my favorite acts of civil disobedience was by a... Full Story
The long-awaited rainstorms are the talk of the town this week. I got a note from longtime reader Chuck Slay,... Full Story
February's almost over, and time marches on. It's time for an Outrage Column, our monthly collection of the aggravating and... Full Story
Word on the street is that Phil Wyman is running for state attorney general. No, really.
Wyman is this area's Harold... Full Story
Did you see the late-night talk show that sent a reporter out the other day to tell people that President... Full Story
J.D. Kennedy, candidate for the 36th Assembly District, brings to the race experience in government, a military record that includes... Full Story
It is Presidents Day Weekend, and time to test your skill at presidential trivia. We've been bringing you these quizzes... Full Story
I'm surprised the ACLU still allows kids in school to celebrate Valentine's Day. Valentine was, after all (cover your ears,... Full Story
I really like John McWhorter. He's a distinguished linguist, an accomplished etymologist, an effectual intellectual. I have read his books... Full Story
The reversal is just about complete.
When this column started in 1993, when readers wrote to me it was all by... Full Story
Charles Krauthammer's best-selling book, "Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passion, Pastimes and Politics," ought to come with a warning... Full Story
There are certain things you simply do not do because they are gauche.
Bringing outside food or drink into a coffeehouse... Full Story