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Amid hayfever, recalling Wednesday Night Fever

October 2, 2011 As I am writing this, the day is gray and rainy, my eyes are red and itchy (allergy season) and the weekend seems light years away. more »»

Get together with friends, no technology needed

September 25, 2011 As I was sitting and enjoying a quiet morning cup of coffee just this week, I decided to take a look at Facebook. more »»

On dancing, on prancing, on stupid, on failing

September 18, 2011 I can’t dance. Oof, that was hard to admit. After many years of deluding myself, I need to admit that I am a terrible dancer. more »»

From 19 to 29, remembering the attack on America

September 11, 2011 It’s hard to believe that it has been 10 years since the morning of September 11, 2001. more »»

Back-to-school lesson in summer gratitude

September 4, 2011 Living near the Youngstown State University campus makes this time of year interesting. more »»

Imagination: How to leave reality and be a kid again

August 28, 2011 Throughout the course of my days here at the Tribune Chronicle, I have had some very interesting conversations. more »»

Cap and Trade: Or why I was digging through the garbage

August 21, 2011 Anyone who has ever spent five minutes with me knows I love free stuff. My house is filled with stuff I got for free (pull-out sofa, velvet unicorn painting, giant stuffed walrus). more »»

Vacation a chance to reconnect with family

August 14, 2011 A vacation by any other name ... I haven’t taken a prolonged vacation since the week of Halloween last year and it feels like a million years. more »»

Fit to sit

August 14, 2011 By JENNIFER SHIMA Tribune Chronicle correspondent WARREN Baby-sitting has become an industry like any other, and for today’s pre-teens, it’s a serious business. more »»

I’ve always depended on the coolness of strangers

August 7, 2011 Oh, the people you’ll mee. more »»

Acts I committed on my summer vacation

July 24, 2011 Last week, I was on vacation from work. From 7:30 p.m. Friday to 4:30 p.m. Monday, I was a free woma. more »»

From camp to campus

July 17, 2011 Since the Post-9/11 GI Bill went into effect in 2008, military veteran enrollment in higher education across the nation has surged, bringing new challenges to local universitie. more »»

Love for Lucas: The influence of one little life

July 17, 2011 One life. One short-lived life, filled with love and uncertainty and a thousand questions for every one answer. more »»

Swimming pool memories make summertime splash

July 10, 2011 Dreams are silly, strange things. You can dream the same dream for 20 years with little variation, or you can have different dreams about something you just did or saw that night. more »»

He’s a patriotic dud about things that go ‘boom’

July 3, 2011 Since tomorrow is the Fourth of July, I want to take this opportunity to get something off my chest. more »»

Boom goes the dynamite! An ode to Independence Day

June 26, 2011 Ah, the Fourth of July. This holiday has always held a special significanc. more »»

Father serves as model for the next generation

June 19, 2011 Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. more »»

The songs and sweat of summer marching band

June 12, 2011 One of the very, very, few things that make me nostalgic for high school is what thousands of kids are experiencing right now: The absolute euphoric joy when you wake up one morning and realize with... more »»

It’s warm outside, so time to start the summer projects

June 5, 2011 Well, summer is sort of here, and if Memorial Day weekend is any barometer as to what we can expect for the next three months, it’s going to be very sunny and very hot. more »»

There are some things that bring out the girly-girl

May 29, 2011 Let me just preface this by saying, if you get easy queasy, maybe you shouldn’t read this column. more »»

 
 
 

 

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