It was a bitter-sweet day for the young Italian woman. She was coming to America to be reunited with her husband.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
First, let’s begin with the thanks I owe to all the readers who enjoyed my last column about the good times in the City by the Bay in 1967.
From noon onwards, dark clouds from the Mediterranean Sea had blanketed the metropolis of Jerusalem. For those crammed within the city, bustling with pilgrims, it was a bit cold but tolerably so.
Ah, spring. The season that gives us glorious sunshine, wee baby animals, and marshmallow Peeps.
Every year at the NFL combine, the 300 players are administered what is called the Wonderlic intelligence test.
The people who manufacture cellphones and electronic tablets are doing much harm to the people who manufacture paper clips.
The Masters. Azaleas are not in conspicuous elegance at Augusta as they usually are at this time of year.