Charles wants to keep his 13-year-old daughter Lexi happy even if it means taking care of a manipulative, potty mouthed unicorn that continually insults his hospitality, intelligence and manhood. But when it comes to food they have a problem, and Charles finds himself hunting down one of the world's most expensive ingredients in a crime-ridden neighborhood known for its grisly dealings with outsiders.Learn more ...
I didn't avoid the Flats as a kid. In fact my family came from there. Its "wrong side of the tracks" feel inspired me to put it in The Wrong Way to Feed a Unicorn.
It's going to take some time to unravel the truth about what star Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o knew when. One thing's for sure: The press ran with the story without ever checking the first of the Five Ws -- who.
What was that sound I just heard? It was Peter Jennings rolling over in his grave.
Chickens everywhere rejoiced. Not me. In the McNugget I found a revelation in the unctuous food lube that came with every order: the flavor of barbeque.
With hours to go until we fall off the fiscal cliff, here's an idea for congressional negotiators: Take the bus.
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Nothing can undo the suffering brought about by the Newtown, Conn., school shootings. As we wonder why the world took such a horribly wrong turn, this Spectator (UK) article on why 2012 was the best year in human history is refreshing and worth a few minutes to read
Calgarians are stocking supplies in preparation for the Mayan Armageddon. They want to survive the end of world and have been preparing for months.
From The Telegraph: the sharp-looking monkey (as far as primate fashion is concerned) found wandering a Toronto Ikea might want better digs.