It might not have the must-do cachet of California's Hwy. 101, of South Africa's Garden Route or of the Rockies.
Dear Amy: My wife and I love the beach. We walk on the beach, kayak, picnic, and in the summer we swim.
OAKLAND - My sister and I are sitting outside a trendy lunch spot in the Temescal Alley area of town with my Dad and his lady friend, Lucy.
Recent report damning Ontario's car insuarnce system means it's even more important for Canadian drivers to find the best deal.
Dear Amy: I'm a woman working for a software startup. We are all millennials. I really enjoy my job, except for this: Picture a group of (mostly male) software developers shooting Nerf guns at each other, with Nerf darts whistling past you, hitting windows, office equipment and other employees.
Rob Lowe has been cast as Colonel Sanders, the face of KFC, for a new ad campaign.
Dear Amy: I am a 67-year-old divorced, single woman.
TIPPERARY, Ireland -- Turns out, there may be something to Ireland's legendary pot of gold at the end of the rainbow -- minus the leprechauns.
This week, would readers help me answer a perplexing question? Your answer could be helpful to millions of people. I'm sure that very few in Canada and the U.S. have not witnessed a friend or loved one develop Alzheimer's disease (AD). First, some of the facts about this crippling malady.