Today I felt it was time to do another of my catch up type articles. As the title reflects, I know a lot will never make it to the page. Continue reading This Stuff Happened (And More That Didn’t Make It To The Page)
Well, I’m embarking on mission impossible again. Today will be another of the catchup variety articles.
Over the last few days most of the political attention has been focused on the Supreme Court vacancy. Rightfully so, but there is much else going on in both America and the world. I’d like to address one aspect of that today. Let’s explore. Continue reading American Burials
The word is that you can never go home again. I was born in Buffalo, New York and grew up in an adjacent suburb. I have no desire to return to Western New York (other than perhaps a visit – it’s a great place to eat). Having lived there for the first 47 years of my life it will always be a part of me. If I notice someone is from there I tend to pay just a little bit more attention especially if we share an alma mater. That can be both good and bad. New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg is a fellow Western New York native and SUNY-Buffalo alum. I follow her work and suggest you do also. Michael Caputo was born in Buffalo, off and on lived in Western New York and attended SUNY-Buffalo. The three of us are certainly not alike. Let’s explore. Continue reading Hometown Connection
It’s a rather pleasant Saturday morning as I commence penning this article intended for Sunday reading. The challenge is to keep with tradition and explore the biggest political story of last week. In the Trump era it seems we have a never ending continuum of stories one more outrageous than its predecessor or its successor. Therefore I have decided to take a brief look at several incidents in the full knowledge that I will fall incomplete. Nevertheless, let’s explore. Continue reading Trapped In A Seeming Infinity