April 20, 2017 RSS feed / Editorial

Phrase of the week

A coon’s age: The American expression meaning a very long time dates to 1843 and likely is related to the English saying “in a crow’s age.” The American version is more apt since raccoons live up to 13 years, while crows live More...

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Lyric of the week

You’re a no good heart breaker You’re a liar and you’re a cheat And I don’t know why I let you do these things to me My friends keep telling me That you ain’t no good  But oh, they don&rsquo More...

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