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Breast Cancer

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  • Love Drives These Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

     
    Valentine's Day is tomorrow, and for those of you who have waited too long to order the always appreciated box of Vosges truffles, shame on you! However, there's no need to fret. I've polled our diverse staff members ??? young......
  • Decemberists find new joy in a 'Terrible World'

    Decemberists find new joy in a 'Terrible World'
    When Colin Meloy and his bandmates in the Decemberists took a break in 2011, the agenda was open-ended. The band's steady growth had paid off in a new commercial peak — the Portland quintet's "The King is Dead" had debuted at No. 1 on the...
  • Lenhoff: There's no right way to be a mom

    Sometime this month, our family will welcome a new member, Magnificent Max. He is due in the next couple of weeks, the first child for Daughter #2 and first grandchild for me and the Boss that will pee standing up. We love the grandparent gig, our...
  • NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons

    NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons
    Joey Ptasinski didn't enjoy the 200-mile trip to American last month. The Lafayette shooting guard didn't like missing six of the nine 3-pointers he took during that game and hates losing. But what made the trek to Washington, D.C. unfavorable was that...
  • Narbonne girls' basketball reinstated, coach barred over pink on jerseys

    Narbonne girls' basketball reinstated, coach barred over pink on jerseys
    Narbonne High girls' basketball team thought it was doing a nice thing, wearing uniforms with pink letters and pink numbers to acknowledge breast cancer awareness. Instead, their good deed got them punished — and nearly disqualified. The team...
  • Jeff Jacobs: In Westminster Ring, Woman, Dog Shed Cancer

    Jeff Jacobs: In Westminster Ring, Woman, Dog Shed Cancer
    Allison Thomson-Vicuna jokes that oral chemo and kisses from her boxer Molly keeps her ovarian cancer at bay. And maybe she is right. Certainly, as the two prepare for 7-year-old Molly to compete Saturday in the Westminster Dog Show Masters Agility...
  • Parrot Heads headed to Key West

    Parrot Heads headed to Key West
    And you thought it was always Parrot Head time in Key West. Since Jimmy Buffett first warbled about putting booze in his blender in the 1970s, Key West has continued to reap the PR benefits as the notion of margaritas on Duval Street has been transformed...
  • Blue Mountain again hosts USA Luge Challenge

    Blue Mountain again hosts USA Luge Challenge
    We who enjoy an active outdoors lifestyle don't really care whether or not Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow. For us, winter is to be embraced in all its cold, wind, snow and ice. While the lovely borough of Emmaus is celebrating its SnowBlast Winter...
  • 'Parenthood': The adult in the TV family

    'Parenthood': The adult in the TV family
    "Parenthood" understands the frustration of the quiet achiever. It's an issue Jason Katims' family drama has often addressed directly, whether through teenage Haddie (Sarah Ramos) lashing out at her family's complete focus on the needs of her brother...
  • Historian Elena Conis takes a look at decades of vaccination skepticism

    Historian Elena Conis takes a look at decades of vaccination skepticism
    Last year saw more U.S. measles cases than in any other year in nearly the last quarter century, and 2015 isn't looking a whole lot better, after someone at Disneyland infected people who infected other people in what has become a seven-state outbreak....
  • Newport News MMA fighter battles testicular cancer head-on

    Newport News MMA fighter battles testicular cancer head-on
    Surely you've seen the bumper stickers, visited the website or, perhaps, worn the T-shirt. "Save the ta-tas" is a brilliant campaign for breast cancer awareness. So it doesn't take a perfect MCAT score to grasp the aim of Zac Allen's website....