‘Forgetful’ diners get the run-down from angry waitress
Jan. 29, 2011 in City on Page A5
There are a million crime stories in the big, or actually midsize, city. Here are two minor but entertaining ones. First, the Dine-n-Dash Sprint.
Playing through the yips in life
March 13, 2010 in City on Page B1
Today, I’m going to tell you a true-life golf story. I beg you, don’t fall asleep from boredom quite yet. This is actually a metaphor about the Great Recession, about …
’60s gave us comedy, music, poetry that has aged well
Feb. 6, 2010 in City on Page B1
I’ve been obsessed with the 1960s recently. Or, to use a phrase I thought was lame even back then: My head is totally into the 1960s.
Let’s get it right about woman’s best friend
Jan. 9, 2010 in City on Page B1
Women say this to other women all the time: “You don’t need a husband, honey. You need a dog.”
It was the dawning of the age of bad skin, corduroys
Aug. 15, 2009 in City on Page A5
‘We are stardust, we are golden …” Today, on the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, I want to share my own magical memories of that world-changing event.
As a cash cow, this house is falling down on the job
June 13, 2009 in City on Page B1
This week I was forced to write a sharply worded letter to my house. You heard me, to my house. The following is a copy of that letter:
Bottom Lines A Satirical Look At Topics In The News
Jan. 5, 1997 in City on Page B6
1. Lowry and his handlers 2. Did he break window? 3. Wrong Way Corrigan?