Whether or not one believes in Santa Claus as we know him today, perhaps everyone has a bit of Santa within themselves: generosity.
The age of public mistrust of the media and a post-facts society is officially upon us, and our President-Elect is its mascot.
The turning of the year comes ‘round again, and winter officially begins at 4:44 a.m. central time on Dec. 21.
As we continue slouching toward Jan. 20, Trump continues to stack his cabinet and break his campaign promises.
Do you have a favorite holiday commercial rerun? Some commercials have been playing for nostalgic audiences for decades.
On Sunday, Dec. 4, the Army Corps of Engineers denied permits for the construction of a crucial easement meant to run under Lake Oahe near the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation.
While many gathered around the family table to give thanks for this and that and then punched babies to get a good deal on a crappy television on Black Friday, the tribes up at Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation were busy.
The “crunch rhythm” in the leaf litter suggested something large was approaching hesitantly.
I’ve had a couple of weeks now to sit and mull over the Electoral College’s pending appointment of Trump as our new commander in chief.
Gratitude journals can keep track of what the overstocked pantries of our minds cannot.