Once upon a time, owners of community newspapers believed they had a responsibility to deliver entertaining and useful information to their readers. They often accomplished that goal through the production of special sections.
Many special sections became reader favorites and earned a regular spot on the annual publishing calendar. The sections not only offered added value for newspaper subscribers, but also provided targeted marketing opportunities for newspaper advertisers.
Nowadays, many newspapers have either limited, or eliminated, special interest publications because they are considered to be too labor intensive and too costly. The problem is compounded because many newspapers have drastically cut the size of their editorial and production staffs.
I've added a new section to this website called "Tons O' Topics", you can access it regularly from the Home Page by clicking on the section title in the left navigation bar. Or, you can access it here.
What you will discover is a variety of high-quality feature articles written by professional journalists covering dozens of topics. All articles are arranged in categories and are kept fresh with both regular and seasonal updates. All of this is absolutely free for you.
During the course of a year you'll be able to read more than 50 special supplements full of articles just like the ones that used to be produced by daily and weekly newspapers. That means you now have 24/7 access to articles on gardening, home improvement, food & recipes, health, business & financial, fashion, fitness and much, much more right here at deebonner.com.
Please take a look at the new "Tons O' Topics" Section and let me know what you think. Then get in the habit of checking for new articles regularly. Also, continue to refer your friends to this website because now there's even more reasons to visit.
Speaking of articles, here's another reminder that you'll also find tons more information and entertainment in my "Favorite Links" Section. If you haven't visited in a while, take a look here.
Enjoy the site and thanks for reading,
P.S. By the way, I've also added some more previously published newspaper cartoons in the "Toon Tomb" Section.