Somerton, Arizona - Celebrate Mexico's Revolution Day (Día de la Revolución) at the Somerton Library! On Thursday, November 16th, the community is invited to participate in “Memories of Mexico’s Revolution” at 5:00 p.m. Share family stories and photos from 1910-1920 while enjoying light refreshments.

Washington, DC - Ask Rusty - College benefits for dependent child - Dear Rusty:  I am an older father, having recently been blessed with another child from my second marriage.  I started collecting Social Security at my full retirement age and although my current wife is not yet eligible to receive benefits, I now have a young child whose future I need to worry about.  So I'm wondering: is there any way Social Security will help pay for my child's future college education when that time comes? ~ Older Father

Marshfield, Wisconsin - If Jeremy Van Ert didn't have bad luck going for him, he wouldn't have any luck at all, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.  Van Ert apparently lost track of time when he stopped by a local convenience store in Marshfield. 

Yuma, Arizona - Hollywood elopements. “Marrying judges.” Competing wedding chapels that never closed. These are some of the topics that will be covered by Librarian Jim Patrick when he presents “Married in Yuma: The Wedding Chapel Era, 1928-1956” at Yuma County Libraries. Learn more about one of the most colorful chapters of Yuma’s history - the “no waiting” era when Cupid worked overtime to marry thousands of couples each year!

Rochester, Minnesota - After a full meal, I often find myself in front of the refrigerator, wondering what more I could eat. My one-quart stomach may have no space left, but my mind isn’t satisfied. This is because, even though I ate enough calories, I was not present to experience them. My still-hungry mind doesn’t like the idea of the meal being over. Life is a bit like that.