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  • Ask Amy: Business partners didn't leave it at the office

    Ask Amy: Business partners didn't leave it at the office
    Dear Amy: Three years ago my wife left a large firm to start a business along with her mentor from the firm. Though there were rumors that they'd had an "inappropriate relationship," I had no doubt that their relationship was entirely professional. Her...
  • Labrador Retriever keeps crown as America's most popular dog

    Labrador Retriever keeps crown as America's most popular dog
    The Labrador Retriever continues to hold the title of America's favorite dog breed, (since 1991), according to just released 2014 American Kennel Club (AKC) registration numbers. The AKC began tabulating and comparing breed registration numbers back in...
  • Why O'Reilly gets a pass, NBC's Williams didn't

    Mother Jones, a feisty investigative magazine with a left-progressive slant, has been on the warpath lately in pursuit of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly. The charge: serial exaggerations and outright whoppers of a sort that brought punishment for NBC's Brian...
  • Ask Amy: Party host throws a flag on guest's behavior

    Ask Amy: Party host throws a flag on guest's behavior
    Dear Amy: I recently invited an acquaintance, "Al," to a TV sports viewing party. He invited his friend "Ed" to join us. Al and Ed have known each other their entire lives, but I had never met Ed before. They are both 70 years old. After the game...
  • Ask Amy: Mrs. Robinson ponders future of down-low relationship

     Ask Amy: Mrs. Robinson ponders future of down-low relationship
    Dear Amy: I am a 54-year-old woman. I have been seeing a 28-year-old man for the past year. Although I have confided in a couple close girlfriends and he has confided in his two brothers, he has asked me not to disclose this relationship to anyone else....
  • Ask Amy: Young graduate boldly begs for money

    Ask Amy: Young graduate boldly begs for money
    Dear Amy: Our nephew is graduating soon and has sent family members letters asking for money for a trip he would like to take. His father is a multimillionaire and can more than afford to fund the trip. I find it very rude. Is our nephew wrong for...
  • Ask Amy: 'Broody' mom asks toddler for advice

     Ask Amy: 'Broody' mom asks toddler for advice
    Dear Amy: My fiance and I have been together for five years. We have a son who is almost 2 years old. We have always talked about having at least one more baby. My sister-in-law got pregnant (she'll be having a boy), so I didn't want to get pregnant and...
  • Ask Amy: 'Grandma' honorific offends son-in-law

    Ask Amy: 'Grandma' honorific offends son-in-law
    Dear Amy: The birth of my children has caused my father and me to reconnect after many years of no contact. During that time, he remarried (for the third time) a very nice lady who has been instrumental in getting us back on speaking terms. She always...
  • Declawing with a laser is still inhumane and unnecessary

    Declawing with a laser is still inhumane and unnecessary
    Q: I was told that it's possible to humanely declaw cats with a laser. My two kittens are dangerous with their claws. Would this be a good choice? -- C.S., via cyberspace A: No offense, but I'm unsure how kittens might be perceived as "dangerous." It's...
  • Ask Amy: Twins come up with solution that doubles the trouble

    Ask Amy: Twins come up with solution that doubles the trouble
    Dear Amy: I am a father of 17-year-old twin daughters graduating soon from high school. I divorced seven years ago. My ex-wife remarried immediately; I have not. My daughters live primarily with their mother and stepfather in a home in the country. My...
  • Restaurant review: The Duck Inn

    Restaurant review: The Duck Inn
    For a restaurant that's been open a little more than three months, The Duck Inn has deep roots. The Bridgeport restaurant, created in December by chef Kevin Hickey (as part of his partnership with Rockit Ranch Productions), occupies a corner tavern that...