Movies are a part of the fabric of life, much in the same way that denim is a part of blue jeans. It would be impossible to imagine one without the other.
This columnist and his wife were enjoying a meal out and were unexpectedly treated to some free live entertainment — young families with toddlers.
We in the Midwest all know, no nice weather ever goes unpunished. We’re going to pay for this; it’s just a matter of when and how.
You know that the housing industry is booming when new homes start popping up in the middle of a bog.
Valentine’s Day is a tricky time for us guys. Our culture expects men to be strong and silent and stoic, but Valentine’s Day demands that we show our softer side.
After bundling up in snow gear for chores with his siblings, columnist Jerry Nelson would go sledding on the family farm.
Of all the projects that a guy takes on during his lifetime – including adding indoor plumbing – none is more life-changing than becoming a father, Jerry says.
Columnist Jerry Nelson is a John Deere man, but he has to admit . . . he once had an International Harvester mistress.
Columnist Jerry Nelson reflects on the terrors and delights of dealing with frigid, cold weather in the country as a child.
This humor columnist fondly remembers his very first TV, but now is making an appearance ON one himself!