Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown
Defending champion Burke’s Mom filled out her March Madness bracket the other day, which, I assure you, took longer for her to do than it did to give birth, toiling with pencil in hand to beat Thursday’s noon deadline.
A tale of pocket knives and serving spoons
Last week, we discussed the way my great-grandfather used to drink his coffee: saucered and blowed, which meant he poured it into his saucer and blew on it until it was cool enough to drink.
It’s easy to explore the moon with binoculars
Last week, the slender crescent moon and a modest comet (PAN STAARS) appeared in the western dusk sky.
SMILE You just might be standing in front of somone’s trail camera
I admit to a little bit of obsessive behavior, though in my mind I am still within the normal range.
Binoculars can help you check out moon
Tomorrow afternoon, our moon’s orbiting motion will carry it from the morning to the evening side of the sun. The moon will be travelling towards the northerly zodiac groups, improving its evening visibility.
Getting used to some things takes an effort
Not too long ago I wrote a column oozing with self-control, in which I mentioned several developments in life that it wouldn’t kill me to get used to. In the interests of equal time, today I have to write about certain developments in this world that I doubt I will ever get used to .
Like tattoos, for instance.
The French are slowly catching up with us
A recent report indicates that people who eat a Mediterranean-style diet are at a lower risk for heart disease and strokes.
Be prepared not just a motto for Boy Scouts
Expect the unexpected.
If you do, you will never be surprised by what happens.
Some friendships are never put on hold
Now and then, someone asks if The Famous Company of Myrtle Beach Golfers still makes its annual trek to The Promised Land of Golf.
Comet to appear low in mid-March skies
Twenty months ago, a powerful automated telescope in Hawaii discovered a faint comet as far as the giant planets are from the sun.
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