This weekend, meet the artists Jon and Shannon Felix, owners of Avalon Glassworks.
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South Shore Cinema
South Shore Cinema
If you are a free-flowing-river-loving person, either rooting for the fish, the transportation or a healthy shoreline, you will most likely find the documentary, “Return of a River” a sweet testament to the life-blood of a waterway.
Submit short films by March 31 for April 25 screening at the Rainforest Arts Center in Forks.
Dear Abby: I am a full-time working woman, part-time student and new wife to an incredible husband. We’re in our mid-20s and have been living together for a year, but I have a problem that I’m still unsure about.
The Rev. J. Kerry Presnell, First Christian Church of Platte City, Mo.: I have always found it interesting how people of various religions interpret or “choose”’ certain Scriptures or passages to justify their actions.
Dear Abby: My fiance, “Jerry,” has a daughter-in-law who flashes both of us intimate parts of her body. At a recent gathering, she went down to the floor 2 feet away from where Jerry was sitting and gave us both a full view up her dress. Abby, she did it deliberately!
Dear Abby: My wife has stage 4 breast cancer. She is only 51, and our most optimistic prognosis is three to four more years. Our children, 15 and 16, understand her disease, but don’t really have a sense of how much longer we all have together.
Dear Abby: My family is big on sports and discusses them at every gathering, big or small. I played sports growing up, but I don’t care to follow them in my adult life like the rest of my family does. Sometimes I’m left out of conversations because of my lack of knowledge on the current stats, etc. I have always refrained from speaking about the things I’m passionate about because of lack of interest from them.
Dear Abby: My twin brother is an alcoholic and homeless. He has never held a job. Although we have drifted apart, he still contacts me when he needs money, guilt trips me about not having a place to go, and once even faked a drug overdose to get my attention. I have helped him many times, but he always goes back to his old ways.