Ask Bob Alvis a question and he'll give you an answer.
In an online discussion of Naugles, the legendary fast food... Full Story
A few years ago, a publisher in New York came up with the idea of a newspaper devoted exclusively to... Full Story
The great New York columnist Jimmy Breslin died Sunday at 88.
Dear readers, if you've ever liked anything that appeared under... Full Story
Be sure to read today's column - it has a Facebook post you won't read about in any other newspaper.
Ready?... Full Story
'Will you be driving, then, Bill?" my friend Breda asked in her rich Kerry accent, smiling, amused.
"Ah, no. Sorry," I... Full Story
The time has changed, and the times they are a-changing, as a Nobel laureate once wrote.
It used to be... Full Story
Love him or hate him, there is no escaping President Donald Trump.
American presidents are always in the news. The American... Full Story
We hear a lot about Big Oil, Big Tobacco and Big Pharma - supposedly evil entities who will steamroll the... Full Story
At The Palmdale Aerospace Academy, where I teach journalism and 11th-grade English, we're marking Women's History Month with daily looks... Full Story
This sounds like a fun job. Certainly cheerier than following American politics these days.
Clemens Rumpf - is that a great... Full Story
The surrealism continues: Many mainstream media outlets were acknowledging this week that President Donald Trump's address to Congress was actually... Full Story
A short month, but a long list of outrages to narrow down to just six. Here we go:
No escape -... Full Story
I was always among the many who loved Lancaster's Aerospace Walk of Honor but believed it should also have included... Full Story
William P. Warford has the day off, so we're repeating one of his favorite columns. This one appeared Aug. 5,... Full Story
Reading in Monday's paper about the 75th anniversary of the Japanese internment, I had to wonder: Why is Franklin Roosevelt... Full Story