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Gridley Herald - Gridley, CA
Updated at 8:02 AM

I remember a time when New Year’s Eve meant trying to figure out if I was going to have a party or where I was going to celebrate. Over the years, I stayed home more often, perhaps inviting a few couples over for dinner. As midnight came closer, watches were checked frequently in order not to miss the excitement of ringing in a new year.

Updated at 7:54 AM

Dick Clark is so much a part of celebrating New Year’s Eve that two years after his death, his name is still in the title of the show he had hosted for 16 years.

Updated at 7:47 AM

Public mercy seems to be in short supply even though actor Mark Wahlberg, 43, meets the requirements of a Massachusetts’ governor’s pardon: no risk of reoffending, and having made extraordinary contributions to society.

Updated at 7:39 AM

Dave Granlund cartoon about the Russian economy.

Posted at 5:00 AM

Look, we've nearly all been there: you're stressed out and all you want is to stuff your face with cookies and chips and any other edible guilty pleasure. It's called stress-eating and I have a drawer dedicated to it.

Posted at 1:41 AM

Hooked on getting your weekly fix of “Mad Men” or “New Girl”? Or are you more of an “Orange Is the New Black” binge-watcher? There are dozens of apps out there for couch potatoes who love the small screen, from mobile program guides to an app that...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Leave it to C.S. Lewis to write things that chase and haunt me. That passage about describing light to people who had always lived in darkness? The one where he explains the same light falls on each of us? Yes, that one:

Updated Dec 28, 2014 at 10:19 PM

It’s been a strong year for television dramas. The best of the past 12 months gave us a philosophical detective, a father driven to the brink of madness and two fierce female lawyers. Comedy made less of an impact but there were a few exceptions...

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