The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales opens soon in McClure Theatre at the Springer Opera House. Showtimes are scheduled for July 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22 at 7:00 p.m. and July 9, 16, 23 at 2:00 p.m. The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid
Mike HaskeyThe Ledger-Enquirer
Looking back: Stinky Cheese Man on Springer stage
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Taxi driver decks out cab with 9,000 Christmas lights
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Bluffton doctor delivers two babies 18-hours apart named Romeo and Juliet at the same hospital. Randall Royal, MD, with Riverside Women's Care at Bluffton's Medical Campus, talks about delivering two babies 18-hours apart whose parents, roomed next door to each other, chose unconventional names - Romeo and Juliet. Juliet Evangeline Umana, was born at 8:14 a.m. Monday to parents Christiana Shifflet and Allan Umana of Bluffton at Coastal Carolina Hospital in Hardeeville with Romeo Arcangel Hernandez born at 2:06 p.m. Sunday to parents Morgan and Edwin Hernandez of Beaufort.
Julia's mom Chrissy saw Walter's photo on the Pasadena Humane Society Facebook page. She contacted the Humane Society via Facebook, and then the foster coordinator arranged the meeting with the family and Walter. And the rest is history.
Does owning a pet help reduce your risk of stroke and other cardiovascular events? A recent study suggests the answer is yes, especially if you're a woman over 50 who owns a cat. Reporter Vivien Williams talks to Mayo Clinic oncologist Dr. Edward Creagan about how pets can improve your health and life.
Dwight Robinett, 66, drives a cab covered with more than 9000 Christmas lights for Taxi Taxi of Raleigh. Robinett, a retired trombonist from the North Carolina Symphony who has driven for the company for about three years, hopes to make people happy with his colorful cab.
LiLou, the first known airport therapy pig, debuts at San Francisco as the first non-dog member of the Wag Brigade, cheering up passengers at their terminals. LiLou loves performing tricks for her audience, wearing charming costumes, and showing off her painted nails.
A group of seniors gathers monthly to tinker with their Ford Model A collection, with a mission to bring the cars back on the road in and beyond Columbus. With the youngest member, Jason Conry, 30, joining the club two months ago, the senior members hope to pass on their knowledge and love for Model A.
In this March 2015 video Trevioli Artisan Pasta Company owner and chef Trevor Morris showed the Ledger-Enquirer how to create his pan seared duck breast and foie gras confit, with pearl onions and cherries in a Malbec reduction.
The Sandovals have upended their lives as they prepare for upcoming surgery to separate 2-year-olds Eva and Erika, siblings who are fused from the chest down. Doctors say the conjoined twins face a 30 percent chance of one or both not surviving.
Tippin's Groumet Pies is set to roll out nearly 600,000 pies this holiday season — more than any time in its nearly four decades of operations in Kansas City. President Mark Boyer gave The Star a tour of the pie plant where its three most popular-pumpkin pies, apple pies and French silk pies-were seen made.