I grew up in a home where both of my parents were interested in, perhaps obsessed with politics and world affairs.
We watched the news at six and eleven every evening. The Evening Bulletin and Inquirer arrived seven days a week.
Several days after 9/11 I decided to make a sales call at a restaurant near the Willow Grove entrance to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. I wanted to review a "proposed" ad we had prepared. The parking lot was occupied with nine
Finally, a group of vaccines to put an end to this terrible pandemic. For the huge majority of Americans, all earthlings for that matter, it could not have come sooner. This is one Chinese import we could have lived without.
It's almost finished. By the time this November edition will have hit your mailbox the Presidential election will have become history. The almost four year battle will be done. Or will it finally be in the history books? As I
It’s summer and we’re craving fresh vegetables. Tomatoes and salads are a staple, especially if you’re lucky enough to get the big red tomatoes that are beefy and solid. This month we offer some picnic specials that can go anywhere.
I feel some picnics in our future… our very near future. This month we offer some salads that will do well on those picnic tables. The Asian Noodle Salad is among my favorites. And the potato salad with a bit
Don’t ask why, but our thoughts went to “breakfast” this month. You would think March would get us thinking smoothies, salads, fruits, etc. But, no. We’re still looking for “comfort.” Some of these breakfast treats can be made at the