2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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- Second grader in wheelchair set apart from classmates in school photo
Class photos usually end up on the family fridge, but the snapshot Anne Belanger received of her son’s Grade 2 class in New Westminster, B.C. went straight back into the envelope in which it arrived. The mother of Miles Ambridge … Continue reading →
- TSA Officer Accused of Shaming Teen for Wearing Leggings. Dad's Got This.
The Transportation Security Administration is investigating a report that one of its officers allegedly humiliated a 15-year-old girl wearing leggings, a tank top and a button-down, angrily telling her to cover up as she went through an I.D. check line in the Los Angeles Airport Sunday.
- Red Robin Ad Mocks Vegetarians With 'Teen Phase' Joke. Guess Who's Not Laughing?
Are vegetarians humorless? It’s the question being asked this week after a Red Robin television ad offended herbivores by touting its 24 types of burgers and then noting, with an implied eye roll, “We even have a Gardenburger—just in case your teenage daughter is going through a phase.”
- The Simplest and Best Baby Back Ribs
For perfect ribs, all you need is salt, pepper, garlic, and sugar.
- Couple Married in Bacon Ceremony
It's every pork lovers dream: A bacon wedding.
- 5 Health Problems Dog Owners Ignore (And Why You Need to Deal with Them Right Now)
People who know me even a little bit know I'm a detail-oriented person. I really do sweat the small stuff, and I think that's a trait you want in a health care provider. When I'm examining a dog, I look at the small details as well as the big picture.
- Is Sugar in Fruit Better for You Than Other Sugar?
Eating too much sugar is unhealthy. But nutritious fruit is loaded with it. Is the sugar any different (and any healthier)? Or should we avoid that, too?
- Woman Finds Dog After Harrowing Search
When Mary Wolfe, 24, was traveling from Alaska to Colorado last September with her dog, Nahla, she stopped in Seattle to visit friends. They brought her out to a pub, where Wolfe reluctantly tied Nahla up outside. (She was accustomed to bringing the dog into restaurants in Alaska.) Wolfe went out to check on Nahla every 10 to 15 minutes, often with a group of smokers who were at the bar. But a few minutes after the smokers left for the night, Wolfe went out and found that Nahla was gone. ...