Sometime around 2011, Keith Richards was ready to retire from his life in rock ‘n’ roll. Approaching half a century with the Rolling Stones, he had done it all.
For “Star Wars” fans, Christmas is coming early this year: on Sept. 4, when the toys tied to Walt Disney Co.’s first film in the space-adventure series go on sale.
Ever since he announced plans to abandon his satiric persona for his new late-night gig on CBS, the big question has been what “the real Stephen Colbert” will be like.
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Although it actually begins in July, the fall migration isn’t truly noticed until August.
On June 3 I began three months and six days (but who’s counting?) of chemotherapy, to take place every other week until Sept. 9.
DEAR ABBY: Have you any advice for handling nostalgia? While it can be pleasant, lately I have been getting very down when I think about my past.
DEAR ABBY: My fiancee of three years, “Ellen,” is wonderful to me and she loves my daughters dearly.
DEAR ABBY: My sister-in-law quit her job and moved into my in-laws’ basement six years ago.
DEAR ABBY: My wife and I have been married 22 years, and we had a good marriage until recently.
DEAR ABBY: The wedding night I had dreamed about forever was supposed to be the most romantic and amazing of my life with the one person I can’t live without.
DEAR ABBY: I have been married for 36 years to a woman who is a pediatric physical therapist.
DEAR ABBY: I’m nearly 100 percent sure my husband is cheating on me.
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