Senior Stories

Who Said You Can’t Go Home Again?

In which the author does indeed go back to his old neighborhood only to learn that current occupants care not a fig about the past. Have you ever tried to go back? To recapture the apothegmatic spirit of your youth? Sometimes I motor along Skyland Drive in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. I have a bittersweet acquaintance…

Senior Stories

Andy Rooney’s “In Praise of Older Women”

Theft of name for vicious e-mail more hurtful than the loss of suitcase or $20 Two years ago, someone broke my car window, took some things from the glove compartment and a suitcase I had left on the back seat. Twenty years ago, I had a motorbike stolen from my garage. In the Army, at…

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Future Television Programs Lineup

I doubt if many of us who have reached our Golden Years had to worry too much about giving up our virginity to vote for any particular party but for one I am more than glad to see the long, long blitz of political television ads finally come to an end. As Seen on TV:…

I Love Radio
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I Love Radio: Grew up with Television

“I grew up with TV, but I love radio.” I grew up with tv, but I love radio as I was young enough to bridge the gap. We got our first tv in 1947 when I was 3 years old, but I also listened to radio. There are a ton of sites on the web…

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