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Groundhog Day

The groundhog (Marmota monax) is a rodent of t...
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Anyone who has spoken with me over the past month knows how I feel about winter. “Intense dislike” is a huge understatement. So I look forward to Groundhog Day as the first indicator as to when this frozen hell is going to end. I know it all derives from a pagan ritual, I know it may or may not be accurate, but PLEASE – it’s a glimmer of hope and the results are in. Continue reading

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The first Super Bowl was played in 1967, as co...
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Every sporting event has a break of some sort during which everyone involved – players, fans, coaches, announcers – catch their breaths, adjust their strategy (another chili dog or time for dessert?) and get ready to push to the finish. In football it’s halftime. But this weekend, football IS halftime. Continue reading


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