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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Fun fact: For a brief five minutes in college, I was actually a history major. When I realized I wouldn’t be spending my life traveling the world, solving history’s greatest mysteries — like a character in a Dan Brown novel … Continue reading
“Workin’ … Workin’ at the car wash…” Yes, that 70s R&B classic – well, “classic” – by the group Rose Royce was stuck in my head most of the day today, after I spent part of the morning working on … Continue reading
Anyone who’s noticed a craving for chili, mustard and onions dogging them ought to be reminded of the 2-for-1 deal going on through Thursday at all three Famous Hot Weiner locations. I finally made it out with my family to … Continue reading
Nate Keffer, the Hanover native who was the inspiration behind the 5K benefit run known as “Nate’s Race” has died, and we will be working to put together a story in his memory.
No Jersey Shore today, buddy. No Toddlers & Tiaras, or Say Yes to the Dress, or Private Practice or Jerseylicious, either. No housewives, real or desperate or otherwise. And no E! News. … No E! News! Ours is a blessedly … Continue reading
I’m not sure of the guy’s name – at least not yet – but when I got home today my wife did at least admit she’s in love with him. That meant something, I guess, the admission. After all, it’s … Continue reading
There are stories that fill space, and there are stories that forever touch the lives of those who write them. Angie Staub’s story of waiting for a heart transplant falls into the second category for me. I met Angie, then … Continue reading
Mostly, I remember that God-awful smell. We moved into our house a year ago this coming March, and perhaps the biggest selling point was the backyard. That deck. The rolling hill down to an open field. And that little plastic-lined … Continue reading
If you’re like me, and really can’t afford any more points on your driver’s license, you’d be wise to take your time getting from one place to another in Hanover Borough. Moul Avenue is a good place to start.