“Spider-Man: Far from Home” is the equivalent of a 1950s science-fiction drive-in flick.
One big difference is that “Spider-Man: Far from Home” has a $160-million budget.
The budget for “Plan 9 From Outer Space” (1959) was $60,000.
In “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” there’s a student field trip, but this being the 21st century, rather than going to the area planetarium, as in “Rebel Without a Cause” (1955), it’s a trip to Venice, Austria and Prague.
There’s a teen...
Q. Do we get sadder as we get older?
It seems that just the opposite is true. There’s a lot of evidence that we get happier the older we get.
A Gallup telephone poll of 340,000 in the United States concluded that happiness comes with age. However, the poll didn’t uncover the cause of this phenomenon.
Dr. Arthur A. Stone, a professor of psychology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, was the lead author of a study based on the Gallup survey. He speculated...
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Wednesday, July 31: Chicken paprikash, wide noodles, succotash, wheat bread w/ margarine, ambrosia.
Thursday, August 1: Roast pork w/ gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, cauliflower au gratin, wheat bread w/ margarine, fresh fruit cup.
Friday, August 2:...
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Wednesday, July 31: Oven baked chicken legs, roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables, roll, fresh melon.
Thursday, August 1: Roast pork w/ sauerkraut, carrots, mashed potatoes, roll, baked apples.
Friday, August 2: Turkey a l’Orange with new potatoes, snap peas, roll, grapes.
Monday, August 5: Franks & beans, broccoli slaw, corn chowder, crackers, Greek yogurt.
Tuesday, August 6: Lemon pepper fish, stewed tomatoes,...
Q. I have had shared custody of my 9- and 11-year-old children with their father for the last five years. This past year, the youngest. a girl, sometimes refuses to see her father. Our 11-year-old son’s grades have dropped from As and Bs to Cs and Ds. As parents, we share similar values and expectations for our children.
The first suggestion came from panelist Mike Daniels, who said what often happens in shared custody situations is that the custody times mostly exclude individual...
I have a friend I’ve known for a couple of years, who seems to criticize me as much as she can. She says things like “You look tired today” when I’m actually having a good day. She always starts these criticisms with “no offense.” I haven’t confronted her about this but it is really upsetting me. Is there a polite way to handle her criticism?
A person who is so critical toward you might be dealing with her own insecurities.