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Why Does One Coach?

March 6, 2016 After reading an article before last year’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, I pondered a statement made by highly successful UConn women’s coach Gino Auriemma who, after being named a No. more »»

A Giant Of A Man — Remembering My Grandfather

March 6, 2016 In my mind my grandfather was a giant of a man, although he was actually not that big in stature. For many years, I lived with my grandma and grandpa. more »»

Editor's Note

March 5, 2016 Nostalgia is a funny thing. While each person has their own unique memories to reflect on, the experience is the same. more »»

Second Chances

March 5, 2016 My daughter was once a really good soccer player, and in a world full of really good soccer players that’s saying somethin. more »»

Too Young, Too Soon

March 2, 2016 For the past week, I’ve been thinking about a situation here in town that is stealing our youth from u. more »»

Opportunities Lead To Special Memories

February 28, 2016 As mentioned often in this forum, I’ve been blessed with many opportunities in my career and life. more »»

Everything Is Getting Smaller

February 28, 2016 One does not have to be a genius to see that nearly everything you buy these days comes in smaller package. more »»

Lost In The iClouds

February 27, 2016 I finally gave in and bought a car — one that was built in this decade which means I can barely turn on the radio without resorting to the 400-page manual in the glovebox. more »»

Editor's Note

February 27, 2016 I’ve been watching a lot of “Mad Men,” an award-winning television series which aired on AMC from 2007-15. All seven seasons are available on Netflix. more »»

There Is A Difference Between Want And Need

February 24, 2016 “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you just might find — you get what you need,” — “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” by the Rolling Stones When I think about how life... more »»

What Is It, Anyway, With These Articles?

February 24, 2016 I was voted “best local columnist” in the recent Readers’ Choice contest/survey conducted by the Courier-Express newspaper in DuBois. more »»

Seeing The Good Side Of Winter

February 21, 2016 Winter finally arrived with an abundance of snow. The cold and snow are nature’s way of insulating the ground, the soil that will bring a good harvest next planting season. more »»

Rebel For Reason

February 21, 2016 By A.C.?Glasier aglasier@ post-journal. more »»

Top Educational Programs Are Right Here In Chautauqua County

February 21, 2016 When we count our assets in Chautauqua County our institutions of higher education fall towards the top of the list. more »»

Mind, Body, Spirit

February 21, 2016 Somewhere along my journey, in my readings and studies, in preparation for classes to teach, and for my own personal interest and learning I came across a statement about the Holocaust. more »»

From Something Sour Comes Something Sweet

February 21, 2016 Years ago when my son and his family lived in a trailer down the road he had a beautiful garden. He tended it faithfully, and his produce flourished. That year he had a bumper crop of cabbage. more »»

Altering The Course Of A River

February 20, 2016 There’s a video making the rounds on Facebook about a little boy who comes home from school to find that his sister bought him a hamster with her own money. more »»

Editor's Note

February 20, 2016 After 10 days of wearing a gaudy — or gauzy — splint on my left index finger, I must have told the same story 100 times. more »»

Tennyson And A Path Through The Snow

February 17, 2016 I looked out the window this morning and saw a blanket of snow covering my car, the ground and the street. To be honest, it was more like five comforters worth of snow instead of a blanket. more »»

Smoking Is Also Bad For Fingers

February 16, 2016 “April,” said the poet, “is the cruelest month.” Pshaw. I vote for February, especially in these parts. T.S. Eliot wrote arguably the greatest poem of the 20th century, “The Waste Land. more »»



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