Locksmith Kevin Whitesides had just finished his shift at The Mirage when it was time for a visit to the dentist.
It’s been said that when a parent dies, you lose the past. When a child dies, you lose the future.
I felt better the minute I entered UMC’s Trauma Center the other day.
Standing near Moore and intently watching this scene play out is Heather Hudson, part of UMC’s Emergency Room Pre-Med Volunteers, generally college-age students who have expressed an interest in going into medicine.
Americans’ introduction to the Ebola virus came 25 years ago in an office park near Washington Dulles International Airport, a covert crisis that captivated the public only years later when it formed the basis of a bestselling book.
Now on its own 40-acre campus at Lone Mountain Road and Jones Boulevard, Canyon Ridge Christian Church calls to people who don’t have a church family, according to the Rev. Kevin Odor, senior pastor.
As the site of a reliable water source in an arid region, Arizona’s Pipe Spring has a long history.
Open enrollment in new health insurance plans is more than three months away, but that hasn’t stopped the flood of sign-up questions into our inbox.
Hang around a restaurant at opening or closing time and you’ll likely see a cook or two toting a case carrying the most important tools of the trade: their knives.
There is in my house a bookshelf reserved for “the museum.” By “museum” I mean a collection of books that have been, at one time or another, hugely important to me. Books from my childhood, my youth and then adulthood. From “Pippi Longstocking” to “Frankenstein.” From Mark Twain to Dietrich Bonhoeffer.