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To the Editor: We are now at the time of year of one of America’s great communal rituals. I am not talking about Memorial Day or Independence Day. No, it’s tax season. April 17 is the … more
To the Editor:Re Leon Campo’s and Frank Saracino’s open letter, “Don’t fall for at-large school board balloting,” in last week’s issue:I write this solely in my … more
To the Editor: In the interest of truth and transparency, I would like to set the record straight and provide an accurate representation of the events preceding and during the March 22 Board of … more
Humor is a tricky thing. In advertising we are taught to use it wisely, by not letting it overshadow the product being sold and developing creative ways that avoid the … more
Suddenly on "the back nine" of my career (and my life) I am an acknowledged Baby Boomer on the outside looking in on the lives and futures of the generations that get the attention: Gen X, Millennials and Gen Z. And I am struck by a feeling that can be best characterized as sympathetic, but with longing. more
There's the witness box in court. Or the Senate hearing with the cameras rolling. Maybe it's that sworn deposition that takes place behind the lawyer's closed door. But there is no better place on earth to tell the truth than the department store dressing room. more
Like most of us, I have been informed of cold stunning among the Floridian iguanas and Texan sea turtles. I am carefully pronouncing "bombogenesis" over and over as a mantra while shoveling its wintery results. But this knowledge is nothing compared to the learning I have been trying to commit to memory: the art of doing nothing. more
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