If you like “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” or “Downton Abbey,” you can thank The Beatles. Before they came along, the biggest export from Great Britain was Jaguar. That all changed after the group’s first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” Feb. 9, 1964. After that, all things “British” became a phenomenon.
In response to the predicted polar temperatures, The Red Cross of the Mahoning Valley will operate a warming center through Jan. 29 at Liberty Center, 3530 Belmont Ave., Suite 7.
Fulfilling a campaign promise, Youngstown mayor John McNally had his first Five Minutes With the Mayor session on Jan. 21. Residents brought concerns ranging from traffic lights to dog parks to the mayors attention. The next session will be Feb. 18.
John Mellencamp may be better known for his song, “Jack and Diane,” than for his painting, “Gun Control,” but his latest exhibit at the Butler Institute of Art’s Trumbull County branch may change that.
People who go through the hard work of developing saving as a habit end up having a happy retirement, both mentally and physically.
Baby Boomers may be concerned with the financial aspect of retirement, but they should also be concerned with the social side as well.
Baby Boomers are starting to reach retirement age at the rate of 10,000 a day. Many are putting off actually retiring because of debt and loss of assets.
For years, people in the Mahoning Valley and the rest of Ohio have been using Osage oranges to repel spiders. The spread of this fruit from the West to the East is a direct result of the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the 1800s.
Across the nation, parents are re-evaluating their children’s participation in youth football especially after the reports of concussions and brain injuries on a professional level. Pop Warner Football reports a decrease of 9.5 percent in players from 2010 to 2012.