| Nov 23, 2012
| 2:16 PM
It’s bad enough that we’d already endured weeks of Christmas commercials before Thanksgiving Day, but this year’s ridiculous idea of having stores open on Thursday really bugged me. I heard a few shoppers on the news today saying that they had to go out and grab these deals because money is tight. Does anyone else see a flaw in this logic? Isn’t that kind of like the shopaholic who points out how much she “saved” by buying so much stuff? How about if you can’t afford to buy lots of stuff, then don’t buy lots of stuff?
| Dec 17, 2013
| 3:08 PM
(Grover G. Norquist is president of Americans for Tax Reform.
Patrick Gleason is the organization's director of state affairs.
The opinions expressed are their own.)
By Grover G. Norquist and Patrick Gleason
Dec 17 (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew...
| Dec 18, 2013
As thousands scurried to take advantage of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Week sales, I was reminded of a quote from St. Vincent de Paul: "Your mere presence will touch their hearts."
Perhaps that is the greatest gift of all for family,...
| Dec 12, 2013
| 2:41 PM
It's that time of year when residents start to frequent shops after work and on weekends in a quest to find gifts.
Businesses in the city are hoping that they shop local.
Kerry Rasmussen opened Chez on Foothill Boulevard about six months ago. She said...
| Dec 4, 2013
| 7:37 AM
Not every family can make news just by sending out a Christmas card, but, then, not every family is the Kardashians.
The E! network’s reality show glam-fam has stirred up quite a buzz with the image on their 2013 holiday card. It’s the...