Since 1987, by an act of Congress, March has been designated as National Women’s History month, and today – March..
This week, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would be turning 92 years old. Martin Luther King Jr. was..
Way back in 1951 when music legends Perry Como and Bing Crosby sent Meredith Wilson’s song, It’s Beginning to Look..
How many times have you found your computer or phone not working properly, then in a fit of frustration shut..
This past week my 32-year bondage with the LA Dodgers ended. Thankfully. In a 3-1 victory over the Tampa Bay..
Let’s think back to late February or early March. Maybe there was a day when Milan, Italy became a leading..
This week we will celebrate our nation’s birthday in an unusually suppressed fashion. Practically no parades, no gatherings to ooh..
What a week, right? COVID-19 dominates the news and our lives in ways few of us could have imagined, and..
In 2017, the Houston Astros cheated. In 1919, the Chicago White Sox cheated. In one era, eight players were banned..
Yes, it’s true there’s a new threat to our health and wellness. But I’m not just talking about SARS-CoV-2, the..
If it’s been a while since you read “Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus” or if you’ve never read..
The holiday season is a time of joy, right? Imagine our surprise in late October when we started hearing that..
Have you ever found yourself watching a televised interview—perhaps with a celebrity, sports figure or eyewitness to an event—and found..
Planet Earth has one moon, and for several days 50 years ago it held a singular fascination for nearly everyone..
The recent fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral continues to burn bright in my mind. Like countless millions of people..