Monthly Archives: November 2016

“Turkey Through a Straw” No Deal Breaker

FOR ALL THE GOODWILL THAT surrounds the Thanksgiving feast in America, my family came to describe our experience year after year in the 1970s and 1980s with one phrase that makes us sound like a bunch of ingrates. We dubbed … Continue reading

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Down-to-Earth in Brave New World

FOR ALL THE VISUAL FASCINATION 3-D glasses bring to any IMAX show, the “Let ‘Em In” snippet from the 1976 Wings’ hit in “A Beautiful Planet” rings in my ears as we face this brave new world of underdog U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. Sure, … Continue reading

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Lost-and-Found at Rocky Mountain National Park

WIND OFF THE NEARBY CONTINENTAL Divide by now has erased the footprints our group stamped around Rocky Mountain National Park searching for my lost boy at sunset last Sunday. But the scramble to find Andy, 8, as we did, haunts me … Continue reading

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