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“May, and after a rainy spring We walk streets gallant with rhododendrons.”   – Poet Alicia Suskin Ostriker The name Rhododendron derives from the Greek rhodon (rose) … more
Sports are the news items of the day. Well, except for that Ukraine thing.  There are the predictable “feel-good” stories coming out of the Olympics currently highlighted, for me, … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
If you are a columnist producing this weekly local news(?) column focused on Port Ludlow and/or Eastern Jefferson County, what do you do if you can’t figure out what to write about?  It … more
Doctor Bill’s laff clinic starts with these definitions:  Terminal illness: Getting sick at the airport. Node: I knew it. Impotent: Distinguished, well-known. Cauterize: Made … more
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As you’ve probably noticed, Housing Solutions Network has launched a county-wide campaign to encourage and support people with housing resources to “share our spaces” so the whole … more
If you are 4-foot-5, can you make a living playing basketball?  Last Saturday BJ and I went with our children and their families to see the Harlem Globetrotters at the Climate Pledge Arena in … more
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  The new year floated in gracefully, like a flock of snow-white swans arriving from afar. For more than a week, the gift of Christmas snowfall blanketed the land, inviting us busy humans … more
  If you are a fan of pro football, last weekend could not have been better as it proved to be the clash of the titans, including a clash with the Titans, the Tennessee Titans. There were … more
As if my 75th birthday didn’t make me feel old enough, I recently received a list of albums that were released 50 years ago. Brace yourself for this partial list:  “Exile on Main … more
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