Before long, turtles will be coming out of hibernation. After doing some homework, I learned that some of the things I once thought about these little critters were totally wrong. For example, I always believed that you could take a turtle home, keep it as a pet for a little while, let it go…

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Most professionals in the dollhouse miniature world pursue miniatures because they love scaling down every minute detail of the real world and making it as realistic as possible. These magnificent works of art are like grand paintings or theater sets just waiting for the characters to arrive…

Since Democratic Representative Brian Sims has announced his intention to run for Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth, Rimersburg Rules has decided to reprise our May 2019 column, “The Curious Case of Brian Sims.”

The big story in Action News this morning: It snowed. That’s been the same old story for much of February and we still have another week to go. On the other hand, it’s a nice change of topic, eh?

I seem to have a lot of time on my hands this winter. First, there was COVID, which kept me in the hospital for Thanksgiving week. In fact, due to my age and the severity of my case, I am still feeling some after effects, although they are going away. Also, the weather has been wet and miser…

Meat hunger is a very powerful emotion experienced by humans. Cravings for the flavor and fat combinations of steak inspire dedicated eaters to do all sorts of weird things: home chefs debate cooking techniques for the perfect sear; people design special grills (and others buy them); some wr…

Well, we have all survived another presidential impeachment. What does that make? Four since 1974, by my count — one each for Nixon and Clinton, two for that other guy.