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Final Words

Mar 26, 2015 12:01am

It’s been said that a good epitaph is one that is profound, or makes us think or at least says something meaningful about the deceased.

But some folks, even at the last minute, toss...

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Three Cheers for the Washateria

May 02, 2014 1:02am

Let’s head down to Forth Worth today on a little sightseeing tour. And I’ll be delighted to be your tour guide.

There are lots of things to see and do in the “City of Cowboys and Culture,”...

The POW Blinked

Apr 24, 2014 1:01am

Each year, April 9 is named National Former Prisoner of War Day by presidential proclamation.

In issuing the proclamation this year, President Barrack Obama wrote: “Since the earliest days...

A Walk Down the Comic Book Aisle

Apr 18, 2014 1:01am

The other day I ambled down Walgreens’ magazine aisle, and what struck me odd was not what I saw, but what wasn’t there. No comic books. Not a single title.

So we’ll just have to take a...

Breakfast Wars

Apr 11, 2014 1:01am

“Eat your breakfast,” is the admonishment from mothers that has never stopped from generation to generation. After all, it’s a given that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Egg...

Milk’s Favorite Cookie

Apr 04, 2014 12:01am

More than 450 billion of these little round goodies have been sold since they hit the grocer’s shelves in 1912 and most of us grew up with the “twist, lick, dunk” routine.

What in the world...

State of Happiness

Mar 28, 2014 12:01am

A week or so ago I ran across a survey listing the top 10 happiest states in the country. This was an annual poll by Gallup — a credible firm and not some quack outfit — in which they interviewed...

Ships in the Night

Mar 21, 2014 12:01am

On a Saturday night, as our Caribbean cruise was ending, I sat on our stateroom balcony surrounded by the blackness of the night as we sailed back to Galveston. A cruise ship on the horizon, aglow...

Texas City’s Tragedy

Mar 07, 2014 1:02am

On the way to Galveston, where we boarded Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas for our annual cruise vacation, as always we made an overnight stop in Texas City.

“The All American City by...

In Search of Wordsmiths

Feb 28, 2014 1:01am

Not many of us — probably no one, actually — sits around reading a dictionary for entertainment. Well, neither do I. But I read a lot though; newspapers, magazines, books, of course, and on the...

It’s Cookie Time!

Feb 21, 2014 1:01am

It’s that time again, folks. You see them on the sidewalks in front of stores with their little stands, bulletin board posters pitch their products touting guaranteed goodness and loved ones (in...

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