How to rekindle the passion in your relationship for Valentine’s Day
E4's The Sex Clinic's on-screen advisor Alix Fox shared her top five tips to reignite the spark for Valentine's Day, including daily timed kisses and taking penetration off the menu.
In Loving Memory of Brenda C Taylor
Sunrise: January 7, 1956, Sunset: December 27, 2018 Brenda C Taylor passed away peacefully surrounded in love on December 27, 2018. She is preceded in death by husband Che Taylor and her mother Ms. Audrey Bascomb-Carter. Taylor is survived by her first husband William B Green Sr, and children Demeka Green, DeAndre Green and Traci Green …
In Loving Memory of Jeffrey Conrad Tymony
Jeffrey Conrad Tymony was born January 3, 1953, to Norma Bash and John Tymony. Jeffrey passed away peacefully on November 28, 2018. He was born and raised in the Central Area of Seattle, Wa. Jeff went to school at Madrona, Meany, and Roosevelt High School. He later graduated from Evergreen College with a Bachelor’s degree …
Christensen: Why Newspapers Photograph Death
Ethics in news photography have come a long way since the 1930s, when police sometimes invited photojournalists into crime scenes to take pictures of the deceased.
How Elton John helped John Lennon and Yoko Ono rekindle their relationship
Elton played a pivotal role in John and Yoko’s relationship, he reveals in his new autobiography, “Me.”
Memories of the Cherry Top
She went on to describe, “It was a popular spot for young people in the area.
$10,000 reward for info on trucker death
Secret Witness is offering a $10,000 reward for information about the killing of truck driver Rick Forbes, 64. His body was found in his truck in Redding
Memory Tips & Brain Boosters
Memory Tips to boost your brain power + Plus + Niecy Nash Interview | Live life better now how-to ideas and more.... [tnc-pdf-viewer-iframe file="thecourier.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Spry-Living-June-2018.pdf" width="100%" height="1040px"...
Store’s apparel rekindles team name controversy in Scarborough, 20 years after change
The school board changed the nickname to 'Red Storm' in 2000. Flaherty's Family Farm store still sells fan gear carrying the old name, raising public concern.
Seniors learn about ‘Creating Memories’
Members of the 127 South Senior Center met March 10 for games, coffee and conversation. Arlene Simmons and Helen Lord called the bingo numbers and Dr. Hooie furnished the prizes.
The Memory of the Armenian Genocide Should Be Preserved
Teaching the Ottomans’ ethnic-cleansing campaign in history classes the world over is the best way to prevent future atrocities.
What are your fuzzy memories of Houston?
Do you have any fading memories of our city that need fleshing out or remembering? If so, let us know.
Mid-South Memories for Feb. 20
Mid-South Memories for Feb. 20 from The Commercial Appeal
How Stress Affects Your Memory
Have you ever wondered what's going on in the brain when you blank on information you're sure you know during a stressful test? TED-Ed explains why.
In Loving Memory of Audria Ann Perryman
Audria Ann Perryman November 21, 1939 – November 17, 2018 Audria was born in Atlanta, GA and at the age of four, her family moved to Washington with their parents Hattie and Harrison Perryman. The family originally lived in Bremerton, WA and then moved to Remington Court in Seattle. As the eldest of nine and …
In Loving Memory of Frank Fields, Jr.
Frank Fields, Jr. of Seattle and Oklahoma City passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 28, 2019, at age 88, in his home in Renton, Washington. Known for his friendly, open manner and giant smile, Frank was born in Osceola, Arkansas on February 4, 1930 as the only child to the union of Ophelia …
In Loving Memory of Inez Jones Maddox
Inez Jones Maddox was born to the late Irene Johnson-Jones and George L. Jones on May 14, 1937 in Hazelhurst, Georgia. She was the eldest of 5 children. Inez attended school in Hazelhurst and graduated from Henry McNeil Turner High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Upon completing high school, Inez married and from this union she …
How Dallas' Back To Space Aims To Rekindle Moon-Landing-Level Excitement In STEM
Fifty years ago this July, Neil Armstrong's words from the moon echoed across our globe: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for
How to combat dementia and memory loss
Alzheimer’s Disease International says that there were approximately 50 million people living with dementia in 2017. Experts predict that number will roughly double every 20 years, highlighting just how pervasive dementia is across the globe. Dementia describes symptoms affecting memory, think
How to Build a ‘Memory Palace’ (and Why You Should)
Memorization is about more than just your lines. Backstage Expert and acting teacher, Paul Barry, teaches you how to create a memory palace.