For One Children’s Author, Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

For One Children’s Author, Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

EVANSTON, Ill.  When he retired from writing last year, Charles McClatchey had won every prize and award given to authors of children’s books both here […]

County Joe’s ‘Fixin’ To Die Rag’ From Woodstock Rebooted For Our Modern Iran Dilemma

County Joe’s ‘Fixin’ To Die Rag’ From Woodstock Rebooted For Our Modern Iran Dilemma

Back in the height of the Vietnam era a little ditty made it onto the airwaves that protested the undeclared war in a darkly humorous […]

My Artsy-Fartsy Robot Pal

My Artsy-Fartsy Robot Pal

An Art Degree Could Give You a Leg Up on the Robots Submishmash, linking to article on Quartz “Thanks, but I’m actually dating Julio.  And […]

Running; A gateway drug:

Running; A gateway drug:

Following up on a recent post about the question “is running a habit or an addiction?” where I concluded that the answer is “yes”, the […]

Me ‘n Spot Make an Album

Me ‘n Spot Make an Album

It’s been a long winter without much of a spring in New England, and I was beginning to get worried about the malaise that Spot–the dog puppet […]

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For One Children’s Author, Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

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