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Gary McCallister

The infinite useful possibilities that exist on the back of an envelope

It has occurred to me that I probably lack a proper appreciation for junk mail. It isn’t the junk that needs appreciated. It’s the envelope. The ubiquity of paper envelopes is a ...


Rock Cesario

Celebrate Record Store Day with these classic LPs

Saturday is Record Store Day’s 10-year anniversary. It started on a very small scale in the United States on April 19, 2008, with 10 official releases and 300 participating stores. The ...


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Steve Beauregard

Other customers bought them — you should too!

I’ve already written two columns whining about how grocery stores give us too many soup options, so I won’t bore you with a third, other than to say I still don’t see the need ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 16, 2017

There is a difference between getting “out and about” and getting in the Out and About. I often receive requests from local clubs and organizations wanting their monthly meetings ...


Gary McCallister

Odds are that readers will be intrigued by this column

I’m telling you, I am extremely lucky. I just read that the odds of dating a supermodel are 88,000 to 1. Heck, I’m married to one! I assume that I am married to such a good-looking ...


Dennis Hill

Wait, see with ‘sick’ evergreen

We have a “sick” arborvitae on our property. It’s brown at the top and down on the south side. What’s going on and what can we do about it? — ...


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Charlé Thibodeau

If done right, crate training for pets is far from cruel

Visiting a friend the other day, I couldn’t help but notice her outside feline friend curled up inside of a pet carrier situated on the back porch. The sun rays reflecting off the ...


Rock Cesario

Rodney Crowell’s new album release hits on several themes

I first heard Rodney Crowell in 1978 shortly after the release of his debut LP, “Ain’t Living Long Like This.” I was already familiar with the title track and “Leaving ...


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Steve Beauregard

No shoes, no shirt, no children

There’s this snobby restaurant in Mooresville, North Carolina, that recently implemented a “no children” policy. As the parent of 8- and 5-year-olds, you can imagine my ...


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Dixie Burmeister

Butter me up! You can use nutty-tasting brown butter

I recently took a trip with my daughter, Julie, to San Luis Obispo, California, to visit my granddaughter, a student at Cal Poly. While there, we visited some small beach towns and walked the ...


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