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October 19, 2014 If you read the “Farmer’s Almanac” or listen to local weather forecasters, you’ve already heard this is an El Nino year and that we’re likely to see some interesting weather this fall and winter. more »»

Brothers In Arms

October 19, 2014 One of my favorite television programs, which understandably ran its course and ended at the right time, (but nonetheless, I miss it greatly) was “The West Win. more »»

Impressive Trips

October 19, 2014 Every now and then we all need something to stimulate our thoughts and our minds. Recently I had two experiences that really made me sit up and take notice. more »»

Editor’s Note

October 18, 2014 Every couple of weeks, we decide it’s time for a movie night. Generally, we pick something mindless. For example, we rented the comedy “Hot Tub Time Machine” once. more »»

A Lakewood Lens

October 18, 2014 I went on a road trip with my husband and my mother last wee. more »»

Take Your Pick

October 18, 2014 Greetings to all of our readers. more »»

Finding Friends Who Love You

October 12, 2014 I recently attended my nephew’s wedding. The celebration took place in an east coastal village. The weather was warm and favorable for walks on the beach which I thoroughly enjoy. more »»

End Of The Garden

October 12, 2014 Recently I raided my son’s garden looking for green tomatoes. I found only one, but I brought it home, cut it up and fried it. more »»

Murray Delights As Curmudgeonly ‘Vincent’

October 12, 2014 If we were going to be curmudgeonly about it — and “St. Vincent” is, after all, a movie about a curmudgeon — we’d focus on the one major flaw in the film, and not on its pleasures. more »»

Downey And Duvall Battle In ‘The Judge’

October 12, 2014 Just put Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall in a room together and you’ll have a movie, a truism that “The Judge” does its damnedest to disprove. more »»

Giving Back ... 10,000 Fold

October 12, 2014 On Saturday, Sept. 13, Sally and I had our day mapped out with a full slate of activities. We scheduled things with a time plan so we could get to do everything on our itinerary for that day. more »»

The Summer That Was

October 11, 2014 The summer of 2014 brought far from perfect weather, but it brought a wide variety of arts in a wide range of quality, many near the very top of their respective field. more »»

Summer’s Last Smile

October 11, 2014 After an extended time away, I pulled into my driveway and was greeted by the first round of leaves slumbering in my grass beneath the moo. more »»

Animal Blessings

October 11, 2014 Last Sunday, I attended the blessing of the animals at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. I’m not a member of that church, but I love animals and am also fond of ritual, so I made plans to g. more »»

Editor's Note

October 11, 2014 After spending four September Sundays glued to the television set, we managed to move from the couch to the car last weekend in search of a pumpkin patch and some fall fun. more »»

The Bold Colors Of Autumn

October 5, 2014 The fall equinox is behind us. The bold colors of autumn begin to flourish. On a recent road trip I took in the gorgeous scenery. The sumac leaves are as red as their blossoms these days. more »»

Keeping My Eyes Open

October 5, 2014 People ask me where I get ideas for topics discussed in the “Voice from the Bullpen,” and I reply with a number of answers. more »»

Steel City ‘Souvenir’

October 4, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Some readers have accused me of only liking heavy, classical performances. more »»

Editor's Note

October 4, 2014 The fall season is in full swing, and it’s time to dig those seasonal items out of storage. more »»

The Thing About Shoes

October 4, 2014 My daughter had a blind date recently and I prayed beforehand that the gentleman she was meeting was wearing the right sort of shoes. more »»

 
 
 

 

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