MASSENA — Kayla Ann Martin, daughter of Timothy and Ronda Martin of Massena was united in marriage to Andrew John Sienkiewycz, son of Fredrick and Debbie Sienkiewycz, also of Massena, on Aug. 3, 2019, in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony at St. Joseph’s Church, Bayley Road. Read More ⇒

NORFOLK, Va. — The expression on my face must have shown my sheer frustration. I had been waiting half an hour for Fred — make that F.R.E.D. (Free Ride Every Day.) This eco-friendly taxi comes equipped with battery power and solar roof and is available on request for those in need of a ride … Read More ⇒

Like millions of women before me, I spent most of my life struggling with body-image issues. Countless precious years consumed by diets, worries about weight and after it all, my body shape has pretty much stayed the same. My physical health is great, but it has taken me until my 40s to star… Read More ⇒

WASHINGTON — When visiting friends and family members ask you to take them to “a real D.C. bar,” they’re thinking of the archetypal political watering hole, where there are framed pictures of famous faces on the wall, cozy tables and chairs for two, and a sense that boldfaced names (or less-… Read More ⇒

The Santa Claus you see on Christmas sweaters lately is not the jolly old elf with a sack full of toys, an emblem of holiday cheer and generosity. He’s kind of a dirtbag, to be honest. He’s probably saying something like, “I do it for the ho’s,” or “I have a big package for you.” Read More ⇒

Every holiday season, numerous magazine features and digital guides are devoted to helping shoppers find the perfect gift for everyone on their lists. The hunt for useful and appealing gifts for family, friends, co-workers and acquaintances can be overwhelming. Ashley Bronczek and Candace Ou… Read More ⇒

By just about any metric this is the best job market since the late 1990s. The economy has been adding jobs for 110 straight months — a record streak. Jobs are plentiful. Unemployment is at a half-century low. And the unemployment rate for African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, and Americans … Read More ⇒

In the 1950s, Dmitri K. Belyaev began one of the most famous experiments in animal domestication. Belyaev, a geneticist at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk, Russia, selectively bred foxes that he had acquired from a fur farm, concentrating only on reducing their fear of humans. Read More ⇒