AURORA, Ill. — When it comes to safety, Diane Knight doesn’t clown around. Knight is careful to check who is hiring Cloe the Clown and the locations where her clown persona is performing. The Aurora woman said recent reports of
Don’t believe everything you read online.
From trolling to insults to angry rants, the rise of social media has brought out our nasty sides.
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Change in weather is your cue to clean up.
Many in generation is engaging in extreme sports as they hit their 50s, 60s and beyond.
Maybe it was that time you took the kids to the amusement park, and on the way home — their adorable faces still sticky from the slushies you’d sprung for, their little wrists adorned with pricey full-day passes — they asked to
Paleta vendor, 89, glad to retire after receiving giant GoFundMe windfall.
OSAKA, Japan — Riding the coattails of the cat cafe boom, so-called animal cafes have become popular, especially in urban areas. Customers can get up close and personal with a variety of creatures — including snakes, owls and rabbits.
GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — A candy company has stuck to its word and sent a Texas man a Louisville Slugger glove nearly 60 years after a bubble gum and baseball card contest began. Darwin Day, 70, of Grand Prairie was cleaning his house and found