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I Do Anarchy (And You Can, Too!)

March 27, 2016 Anarchy: When you hear that word, what comes to mind? Is it crime and chaos, mobs breaking into convenient stores, motorcycle gangs and a hellish inferno rising over civilization? If your friend one... more »»

Protection And Priorities

March 27, 2016 About a week or so into the spring training games of this 2016 Major League Baseball season, I saw a picture on some sports shows and a subsequent video on Facebook of the same event. more »»

The Easter Parade And Easter Bonnets

March 27, 2016 I am sure many of you remember the days of Easter bonnets. more »»

‘Catty’ Writers

March 26, 2016 A couple of weeks ago, a reporter with the Wall Street Journal wrote an article about the Cat Writers’ Association and some of its member. more »»

Editor's Note

March 26, 2016 Each time a reporter writes a story about an event in Frewsburg, I have to smil. more »»

Easter At 10

March 26, 2016 I was trying to explain to my daughter the other day that the average salary in the 1960s — the decade I was born — was around $5,000 a year. more »»

Sproing! Spring Sprang Here, And There

March 23, 2016 Spring sprang again on Sunday. In Brookville, where we live, one might have been forgiven for thinking it was still winter. Gray, gloomy, snowy was the forecast. Yuck. more »»

Teasing Could Also Count As Bullying

March 20, 2016 A previous article I wrote was on the subject of bullying. I have no idea who reads the articles. Does a bully read articles or listen to media attention on the subject of bullying? I have doubts. more »»

At Trump Rallies, Regressive Left Rears Its Hideous Head

March 20, 2016 As Donald Trump closes in on the presidential nomination, his rallies have become increasingly beleaguered by thousands of protesters. more »»

Another Look Back

March 20, 2016 I have always tried to recall Jamestown from my days of growing up and share that with my own children, my students and even my athletes on many occasions, as today’s Jamestown has fallen victim to... more »»

All Things Spring: Thoughts On The Easter Season

March 20, 2016 The clocks were moved ahead just a week before the first day of spring this year. This day is also known as the vernal equinox. more »»

From Sugar To Digital Luggage: New Trends

March 19, 2016 It’s no secret that I’m often prosaic about the past, missing my Grandmother’s kitchen and ruminating about the modern landscape. more »»

Editor's Note

March 19, 2016 I recently overheard a happy-hour conversation involving this trivia question: how many decisions does the average adult make in a day? My guess was somewhere in the range of 1,000. more »»

Climbing Out Of The Pit

March 16, 2016 My daughter seems to have no insecurities. She will put on a princess crown, a leopard print skirt, mud boots and have a purse full of her Black and Decker tools — she doesn’t care. more »»

Part Of The Ensemble

March 13, 2016 There is no doubt that there are some very talented people in this world who can perform at a very high level on their own — people in the music industry, people in television and those on the stage... more »»

Why Do We Keep So Many Things?

March 13, 2016 How many of you have clothes in your closet that you no longer wear for one reason or another? I for one have things that I should probably get rid of. more »»

Editor's Note

March 12, 2016 Through our formative stages, we learn the meanings of thousands upon thousands of words — whether those definitions are taught to us or we form our own interpretations through experience. more »»

Buffalo Land

March 12, 2016 Most of what we know about our nation’s natural history comes from a book—like a third-grade picture caption of a pilgrim pulling up in a boat, or a reprinted map of the wagon train route. more »»

Bunnies And Chicks

March 12, 2016 I saw a picture on Facebook the other day of three rabbits, one dyed pink, one blue and one yellow, and it made me cring. more »»

Homecoming: You Can Always Turn Around

March 9, 2016 I think there is a point in time where we all feel like running away. We want to pack up our cars, our lives and close the chapter on today. more »»



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