By Kenneth Taylor
Now that Spring is here, I thought it would be appropriate to discuss some of the types of photography that are popular this time of year.
By Kenneth Taylor, New York Camera & Video
It’s 1937. A bearded man wearing a Stetson hat looking both cowboy and class is laboring through the difficult terrain of
Printed with permission, The Oregonian/Oregon Live
It took the fear of having a stroke to get Christa Hines to finally accept what she had known all along: Despite what
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.”
One of my all time favorite movie scenes is from the 1942 flick
By Jerry Gervase
I begin my day with a cup of black coffee. It is a morning ritual that hasn’t changed in the better part of a century. That’s
This column was supposed to be about the opening of the 2020 baseball season but the Coronavirus has brought about baseball’s silent spring with no thwok of a
What would my life be today if my father made a different decision in 1938?
That crazy thought popped into my head after seeing the new Martin Scorsese film,
What will happen in yours?
Questions of access, privacy, ownership and management.
by Lisa R. Schwartz, JD, LLM
Consider your digital footprint and legacy. In the digital age, your assets and
By Adam Berkowitz
A Tavern - Casual Dining & Entertainment
A Dinner & Show
Several months ago on a her monthly “Girls Night Out,” my wife and friends tried Bowman’s Tavern
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