Is 75 the 'right' time to die?

When is a good age to die? Perhaps 80, like the heroine of the 1971 cult film “Harold and Maude”? Or maybe 85 or 90? Or are you one of those hardy souls who hope to make it to 100? In this month’s Atlantic, the oncologist and author Ezekiel J. »»Read Full Post

stuff 'round the mill

“stuff ‘round the mill” “A man who sets out to become an artist at the mile is something like a man who sets out to discover the most graceful method of being hanged. No matter how logical his plans, he cannot carry them out without physical suffering.” – Paul O’Neil »»Read Full Post

Colorful Falling Leaves Sugar Cookies

These are a quick, easy and fun cookie to make. Something you can easily make with kids or a colorful addition to a school bake sale. This idea can easily be adapted for Christmas using red and green food coloring and holiday cookie cutters or for  Valentine's Day using red »»Read Full Post

Your season boils down to 15 seconds

Fifteen seconds, and sometimes it's less than that. You can do all the target practice, buy the most comfortable boots, clean all of your clothes in scent-free wash -- but ultimately your deer season will boil down to about 15 seconds. Sounds unfair. Sounds impossible. Sounds ... sounds like hunting. »»Read Full Post

Health Benefits of Pumpkin

Health Benefits of Pumpkin Its’ autumn in the Northeast. Breathtaking fall foliage, neighborhoods readying for Halloween, hay rides and pumpkin patches! When you stop by the farmers market pick up a pumpkin.  Here’s why: Pumpkin puree  contains fiber, iron, vitamin E and A. Stir it into your soups and sauces.  »»Read Full Post

How to Elope

Last week I wrote about the many reasons couples may choose to elope. Elopement is no longer a secret or undesirable choice. In fact, there are many good reasons to get married without guests. So, if you’ve decided to elope, how exactly do you accomplish this? First and foremost: where »»Read Full Post

From "Middle" to "Intermediate Elementary"

 Forty years of education The philosophy of the one-room schoolhouse took on a modern motif when the Stroudsburg Middle School opened in 1974. Now, 40 years have passed since the first classes were held in the new open-concept school. Journey back through time with the Pocono Record as reporter Christina »»Read Full Post

Surviving the world as a vegetarian

The only real downfall about being a vegan or vegetarian is the amount of rude comments people make or the “advice” they give you NOT to do it. If you are considering going meat-free or completely cutting out all animal products; let me tell you, it is NOT the end »»Read Full Post

'Adventure Quest' Creators Tease New Mobile Game

Artix Entertainment, the developers behind games such as 'Adventure Quest', 'Dragon Fable' and 'Adventure Quest Worlds' recently teased a new mobile game called 'Adventure Quest Dragons'. The new game will play similarly to 'Cookie Clicker', where the game will for the most part, play itself. The player will be able »»Read Full Post

Tony Stewart and Coke Commercial, Not Pulled?

My husband and I checked out the summer blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy, on Sunday night. (The review is coming.) I was looking forward to the previews but before that there were the usual commercials. One commercial that caught our attention was a Coca-cola commercial that featured Tony Stewart with »»Read Full Post