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How Do You Say ‘Woman’?

June 8, 2016 I love the way my pastor says the word, “Woman.” Instead of the typical pronunciation, he says, “Whoa-man.” As in, “Whoa, man ... she is amazing. She is loved. She is special. more »»

When You Come To A Fork In The Road

June 5, 2016 “When you come to a fork in the road, take it. more »»

The Benefits Of Getting Away For A While

June 5, 2016 I just returned from a road trip to North Carolina. I had been through the area before, but had never spent an extended time there. more »»

Editor's Note

June 4, 2016 I made a trip out of town with my family for Memorial Day weekend, traveling seven hours west for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. more »»

There’s More To Life Than Cheddar

June 4, 2016 He was born in Jakarta, Indonesia — a huge sprawling metropolis, home to 9 million people and unimaginable traffic, a daunting yet dynamic place built on a wide, flat delta that is intersected by 13... more »»

The One And Only Billy Shears

June 2, 2016 From industrial Liverpool, England, to rural Salamanca, and all points in between, Ringo Starr’s illustrious music career is a very welcome addition to the list of grade A performers to visit our... more »»

Buffalo Rising

May 28, 2016 I’ve spent some time in Buffalo over the past month and wow. Just wow. more »»

Editor's Note

May 28, 2016 A Vietnam War veteran came into the office on Thursday morning to talk about parade events on Memorial Day. more »»

Cemetery Dogs

May 28, 2016 Another highlight of our trip to Richmond (mentioned in my last “Pet Pen”) was a visit to the city’s Hollywood Cemetery. more »»

Raiders Of A Lost Art

May 26, 2016 One of my all-time favorite movies is returning to the big screen in downtown Jamestown almost exactly 35 years after it was first release. more »»

‘Wonderful Tonight’

May 25, 2016 “I feel wonderful because I see The love light in your eyes. more »»

Sick Of Lies? Why Hire Another Liar?

May 25, 2016 American voters, myself included, are sick and tired of having been lied to by generations of politicians. Those hacks tell us the same things, over and over, to get elected or re-elected: More Job. more »»

Toys And Fun In My Generation

May 22, 2016 What did you play with when you were a kid? What did you and your friends do for fun? Didn’t it seem like, in earlier times, fun was made with more ingenuity and imagination, and not waited for to b... more »»

Getting a Glimpse Of Summer Weather

May 22, 2016 Every now and then, we get a glimpse of what is to come. This week, we had one day in the the high 70s, but then we had snow on Sunday morning. more »»

Romping With Angels Unaware

May 22, 2016 On a brisk but sunny spring day you might find me walking at Bergman Park with my canine bff Rosie — a red-haired mix of golden retriever and cattle dog. more »»

A Cup Of Joe

May 21, 2016 The Jamestown salesman who sold Standard Brands coffee starting in 1935 had 20-pound sacks of the stuff stashed in the back of his car, which often doubled as booster seats for the kids. more »»

Editor's Note

May 21, 2016 Some days, I feel so stressed out that the hair on my head starts to hurt. Maybe that’s why it’s so curl. more »»

The Return Of Third Thursday

May 19, 2016 For me, summer officially kicks off at the sound of live music projecting for several blocks of Jamestown’s downtown are. more »»

Be Who You Are: A Story Of Dinners, Doubts And Discovery

May 18, 2016 They say you don’t really know who you are until you are 30. I’m not entirely sure because I haven’t hit that milestone yet, but I can tell you my kiddo certainly knows who she i. more »»

Gazing Globes? Take Tea Within Our Chicken Run

May 18, 2016 Yes, that is a gazing globe sitting on a stand in the middle of our chicken run. Yes, we are weird. Before last week, I never even knew that gazing globes existe. more »»

 
 
 

 

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