Feeling depressed? Anxious? It’s not unusual these days to feel that dark emotional tug, living in a world of greater uncertainty because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The look of your Thanksgiving Day table may feel a little off this year, so read this for some practical suggestions for coping with any feelings of loneliness.
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He’s one of the greatest keyboardists in rock, yet few know his name. Patrick Moraz played for Yes and the Moody Blues. Now, it’s his turn to shine.
You’ve probably seen the video: right in the middle of some of the most tense parts of the protests that took place in downtown Portland, a llama appeared in the middle of the crowd. It was Caesar, the so-called No Drama Llama, accompanied by his owner, Larry McCool.