C'est La Vie
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Every time I see a picture on social media of the buckets and trays of fresh tomatoes from local gardens, I have to admit I’m jealous. I haven’t planted a garden since my husband and I lived … more
Former Paris resident Shelby Applegate recently moved to Japan as an English teacher. The idea of living abroad appealed to Applegate although she wasn’t sure why the idea first arose. Just as … more
It’s been exciting six weeks and particularly fulfilling to watch the second musical production of “Mamma Mia” come together with the Paris Community Theater. Opening night was exciting and we … more
When Jennie Hughes was being considered as the choreographer for the Paris Community Theater’s show “Mamma Mia,” she was given a challenge by the show’s director Stuart Metcalf. Hughes was … more
“Another Adventure,” is what my mother-in-law June always said whenever we set out to do something new. Husband Tom and I have been on the Hot Rod Power tour. It is something we have done … more
Those seeking a family-friendly vacation spot without spending the children’s college fund need look no further than the Myrtle Beach area in South Carolina. I was lucky to live in the Myrtle … more
I think one of the best things about enjoying the summer’s bounty of vegetables and fruit are the salads we can all enjoy thanks to the bounty of the Downtown Paris Farmers Market or Community … more
Paris Downtown Farmers Market opens at 8 a.m. today and I couldn’t be more excited. I realize it’s not been the best weather for gardens so far with all the rain and cold. But my friend and … more
The Link Art Gallery, formerly the Bicentennial Art Center, is holding its first annual Painting the Prairie exhibition in place of the Paint Illinois show of the previous 25 years. Director … more
Springtime is here and that means camping season has arrived as well. Many families long for weekends spent in nature and roughing it for a few days with a pack of basic supplies and a blanket … more
Thinking back to childhood and straight into adulthood the coming of warm weather meant one thing – the return of the cookout. Grilling is an American tradition as families and friends all … more
With spring finally here, hunters everywhere will soon be out in their favorite spots searching for the ever-elusive morel mushroom. People all over will be light stepping throughout the countryside … more
I don’t think it’s any secret that I love Savannah, Ga. Even when it’s 100 degrees with 99 percent humidity or when the yellow pollen covers everything, I love the Hostess City. As you read … more
This past Christmas I gave my mother-in-law, June, the John Steinbeck book, “Travels with Charley.” June is a resident of Pleasant Meadows in Chrisman and enjoys it when I visit and read a … more
Abraham Lincoln is such an iconic figure in American history it is easy to forget he was human and like all humans needed to eat. During the nearly 154 years since Lincoln’s assassination, … more
Sunday is the Super Bowl and while I sincerely doubt there are many local New England Patriots or Los Angeles Rams fans, still many Americans will get together with friends and families to watch some … more
By GARY HENRY ghenry@prairiepress.net Here is something everyone can support. Monday is National Blueberry Pancake Day. It is unknown who was originally behind this idea or how Jan. 28 came … more
Kitchen technology innovation was the focus of a “What’s New In The Kitchen” program Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the Paris Public Library. Led by University of Illinois extension nutrition and … more
According to tradition, New Year’s Day supper will bring you fortune in the year to come. At the Roberts home on Elm Street in Paris, New Year’s Day dinner was probably the most unpopular of … more
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