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The Making of an Athlete

When a woman rushes into the sporting life her new husband loves, she realizes the importance of taking things slow.... More

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Maypole Memories

Once upon a time, it was the centerpiece of May Day, a holiday sadly no longer recognized ... More

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It’s My Birthday!

If you've no idea what to get humorist Philip Gulley for his upcoming birthday, don't panic. We've published his wish list in the Post.... More

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It’s Just So Much Tommy Rot

Not all Toms are peepers. Not all Thomases doubt. The name Tom finds no protection. Even William Shakespeare fearlessly mocked it.... More

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A Week Proposal

Why stop celebrating on New Year's when there are so many other weeks to celebrate?... More

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In Anticipation of the Big Dump

While shoppers crowd into stores anticipating a 12-inch blizzard, one brave woman, armed with a gift card, risks it for after-holiday clothing sales.... More

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Assistant Manager of the Universe

There’s no paycheck with this position, just endless pestering, a stream of questions from lost souls who think you know what you’re doing, wherever you... More

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Taking Back Halloween

Isn’t this holiday supposed to be for kids? Somehow, in our lifetime, parents have taken over and pretty much spoiled everything... More

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Fiddling With Time

In the March/April issue, humorist Phil Gulley writes: "Daylight savings is a fine thing, but how about adding more hours to the day?"... More

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Class Inaction

In a time before lawyers and overly protective parents, problems at school seemed so much easier to solve. ... More

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