It is always a treat crossing the Golden Gate Bridge headed north. There is no toll traveling out of the City and the view of Alcatraz, Angel Island and sailboats below can be breathtaking.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The first weekend of September is set aside to honor the American worker with a federal holiday. Enjoy the final summer blowout but use common sense and designate a sober driver.
If you have been longing for a parakeet, but don’t want the bother of changing its cage liners, feeding and watering it or keeping your cat away from it, this may be your answer: Perfect Polly.
For every action, goes the law of both physics and politics, there is a reaction, a consequence.
It doesn’t surprise me that two kittens managed to stop the New York City subway for more than an hour while they frolicked on the tracks near one of the stops.
When the Madera High School graduates of 1963 meet in October to celebrate their 50th class reunion, there can be no doubt that some of them will turn back the clock to that night a half century ago when the
Labor Day, the last summer holiday, starts, well, probably around early afternoon today. And if nobody is (supposedly) working Monday, shouldn’t it be called Non-Labor Day?