Anne-Marie Slaughter’s essay, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” is among the five most-read articles in the history of The Atlantic.
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When it comes to at-home toning and strengthening, a medicine ball can work wonders. Whether you’re tossing it back and forth with a partner or using it to lunge your way to stronger legs, the gym accessory is a must-have. The downside? Depending on the weight, it can run you a decent amount of money at most sports shops.
For members of the Choctaw Nation, art is about their history and culture.
POTTSBORO - John Howard and Helen Spillman celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with family members and friends on Oct. 3 at Calvary Baptist Church in Denison. The gathering was hosted by their children, Lenora Hatch and Joyce L. Spillman.
Jessica Carson of Pottsboro and Heath Spindle of Dodd City were wed Aug. 15 at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Denison. Officiating was Deacon Gary Vogel.
Jackie Renee Griffin of Sherman and Nathaniel Paul Miller of Denison were wed Oct. 3 at Waterloo Lake dock and pavilion in Denison. Officiating was Pastor Larry Goodwin.
United Way of Grayson County is working with Salvation Army, Grand Central Station, Pottsboro’s Lifeway Resale Barn, Grayson County Shelter, and local organizations to reach more people for Christmas assistance.
Ridley Scott’s space operas have been pretty bleak. “Alien” and its follow-up prologue “Prometheus” carried us to places where everyone can hear you scream. “Blade Runner” brought killer androids from their slave confines on extraterrestrial colonies to destroy their creators on Earth. Scott’s goal has been to make us unsettled, not uplifted. Unlike the “Star Trek” franchise, he’s never inspired NASA engineers.
BONHAM - Pumpkins, homemade goodies, crafts and books will make up the 20th annual Pumpkin Patch Bazaar on Oct. 10 at the Bonham Public Library, 305 E. Fifth Street. The event, a fundraiser for the library, begins at 9 a.m.