- HAYNES: Try a new grain in this refreshing salad When I decide what to cook each week, I generally try to use whatever I might already have on hand at the moment as a starting point.
Project 308 hosts shows by graduating students
As warmer weather creeps its way into the Western New York forecast, it signals the coming of one very important day for many students: graduation.
CRITTER COMPANIONS: Obtaining and giving away pets
I have acquired pets from traditional pet stores, specialty pet stores, county fairs, markets, poultry shows, the Buffalo and Western New York Poultry Association, the Western New York Herpetological Society, the Internet, magazines, wildlife rehabbers, Petfinder, SPCA, breeders and through friends, all of which had their positives and negatives.
PINSPIRED: Silky, soft legs or death trap in a bottle?
One night a couple weeks ago I sat with my feet in scalding-hot water and my legs slathered in olive oil and a couple other ingredients from the kitchen.
Local Restaurant Week encourages dining out
If there’s one week of the year when all the foodies rejoice, it’s bound to be Local Restaurant Week. Good thing there are two of them each year.
HAYNES: What empty nest?
It's a little surprising how often my parents find a menagerie of animals hanging out at their home in Texas.
Vienne: Ask a simple question about prescription drugs, save big
If we each ask our doctor or pharmacist one simple question, health care spending in our region can be reduced by more than $400 million annually: “Is there a generic alternative that’s right for me?”
CURIOUS CULINARIAN: Jiggly snack is a blast from the past
It's happened to the best of us.
BOOK NOOK: 'Orphan Train' grabs on and won't let go
Your memories could fill a thousand scrapbooks.
CRIB NOTES: What's in a name? Far less than parents think
A dagger, I tell ya. Penny's words were a dagger to my heart. A flaming dagger. Doused in motor oil. Driven into me by a tyrannosaurus rex. That then bit off my head. And stepped on me.
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