If there is a big studio movie that's more generally crowd-pleasing than "Green Book" this season, I have yet to find it. In this landscape of challenging, provocative, edgy films, Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali and, of all people, director Peter Farrelly have come along with a movie about …

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Jesus believed in keeping it simple. If you love God, he said, you have to “love your neighbor as yourself.” This means accepting your neighbor without all of our qualifiers such as religion, politics, race, favorite rock bands and boxers or briefs.

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The Brick Church at Wambaw will host a Thanksgiving Harvest service on Sunday to celebrate its 250th anniversary.  A traditional Episcopal worship service will honor those who laid the foundation of the parish along with modern-day parishioners who've helped preserve the site.

So this week's topic was football fans, and, frankly, we don't think people are going to the games to shoot photos of their friends and families. Or they are busy having fun at the games and cheering on their teams.  

The application of some medical treatments, once considered extravagant when applied to pets, have become commonplace, such as radiation therapy, total hip replacements and root canals. 

On Halloween Day, I delivered a speech in the student chapel service at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo. My topic was “What Really Scares Me.” The speech was an expanded version of an October column I’d written on the same theme. The irony of my chosen subject wasn’t lost on me given my weak knees on stage. I was battling one of the most common of all terrors: glossophobia, the fear of public speaking. 

With Veteran's Day right around the corner, we asked our readers to send us photos that shared their feelings about our veterans and their sacrifices.

I have some great readers who sometimes disagree with me but will only rarely become disagreeable. However, once in a great while I get a letter reeking of discontent.

The National Council of Jewish Women is presenting an interfaith educational event about the #MeToo Movement at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, at Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting St.


But a new book on the counterculture crusader attempts to dig deeper into the mission of writer Hunter S. Thompson, who pushed "gonzo journalism," a style of journalism written without claims of objectivity and with the journalist at the center.

Last year, President Donald Trump vowed to reduce the size of some national parks, prompting praise and outrage from different corners.

Of Utah's famed national parks, Zion may be the most beloved, Bryce Canyon the most striking, the sandstone formations of Arches more aesthetic, and the sight lines of Canyonlands more vast, but there is something about the imposing scale of Capitol Reef that arrests the imagination.