Been awhile since I culled, scanned and reviewed the ol’ email, cards and correspondence; shall we?
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
In the Los Angeles area, fewer than one in four households headed by persons in their 20s or early 30s — known demographically as “millenials” — can afford to buy the median-priced home, which now goes for j
It’s the question that I get asked most often regarding running: how do I get faster?
One of the truly odd news stories that hasn’t seen much ink or air time the past few days has been about a protest taking place atop Hawaii’s Mauna Kea, the most famous mountain/volcano in that state and one
I just couldn’t resist mentioning the Madera District Fair once again, coming up on Sept. 10 through 13. One of the entry classes in the cakes division is for Bundt cakes.
We all know “Ruffles have ridges.” But now that’s not all. Returning from a Father’s Day breakfast with my gal we took a little cruise out Shaw to Highway 145.
Now that no less a person than the president of the United States has decided to use That Awful Word in public, the lid is off the beehive, and we are likely to hear The Awful Word much more often than befor