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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 26, 2017

Little Timmy B. and I went to the seventh-grade spring dance together. (Timmy was a couple inches shorter than me, thus the “Little” reference). His mom took pictures of us in ...


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Erin McIntyre

Watering in winter

The last thing you are probably thinking about is dragging out a hose and watering your yard. It’s still winter, even though the crocuses are starting to peek out of the soil, and there ...


Gary McCallister

Next West Slope growth industry could be right under your foot

People are always asking me what the most-abundant, naturally occurring polymer in nature is. I’ve always said that it was cellulose, the material that makes up the cell walls of plants. ...


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Rock Cesario

Elephant Revival stomps the notion that there’s no new good music

For close to 30 years now I have heard people proclaim “there is no good music out there.” That absolutely is not true. The folks who say that are not looking hard enough, or else ...


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Steve Beauregard

Beauregard: To air is human

I don’t know why people hate airports. Being in one means you’re not at work and no one is yelling at you. In fact, it’s just the opposite: It’s the place where YOU get ...


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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 19, 2017

I was searching for an anecdote about Presidents Day to highlight here, in honor of the upcoming holiday. The website, mountvernon.org, confirms that the cherry tree myth is the most ...


Dennis Hill

Duration of cold — not temp itself — key to plants

If we use a cold frame, what is the lowest temperature that we could place our over-wintering geraniums, lantana, etc. outside? — Tom Lantana will generally be more cold hardy than ...


Gary McCallister

My newfound love for mirrors

I usually poke a little fun at scientists on Valentine’s Day. Or maybe I make fun of Valentine’s Day by talking about science. Being a scientist, I’m not exactly sure which it ...


Steve Beauregard

Put the spark (plug) back in your marriage

Men, just because we just finished celebrating Valentine’s Day doesn’t mean you should wait until next February to show your wife some romance. You can wait until Christmas. Or you ...


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Dave Buchanan

Wine Openers: PUT A CORK IN IT!

One lament wine writers often hear is we tend to write excessively about our local wineries. Not just me, of course, but every writer pinballing around what generically are known as ...


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