I don't read newspapers much. I glance at headlines and will read stories that are important or that grab my attention. I read the local news and the comics and I do any available crossword puzzle. Usually in ink but only because pencil smudges.
I DO read magazines, books and newsletters, especially the ones related to sewing. Our American Sewing Guild chapter has a newsletter, plus if you're a member you can go on line and read the newsletters of the other hundred and thirty/forty-some chapters if you like.
I read the newsletters from the magazines, stores, vendors and internet sites where I have registered. Actually I am a voracious reader and will read nearly anything. I read about a dozen books a month, and a gazillion emails.
At work we have a Chatter Digest that comes out daily. Yeah, I know, but it IS something to read! Sometimes it's full of useless information that doesn't apply to what I do, but every once in a while there is a nugget of gold buried in the drek.
Today was one of those days.
The title was Wear Sunscreen. It references a column from the Chicago Tribune. Now I don't even read my LOCAL newspaper all that much, so I would never have gone out looking for the Trib's column.
Here's a link; go there and read it if you wish. I think you'll find it good advice, well written. There's more than just sunscreen, it's a great read.
And if you're a sun god or goddess, here's more advice on sunscreen from the Vancouver Sun (appropriately named, huh?)
I guess the moral of the story is you can find anything if you will just read.