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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,

How to explain the ins and outs of stuffing a turkey to a bachelor. By Jerry Gervase My favorite nephew is single, has Tom Cruise good looks and lives in

Writing is a risky business. You have to take chances and there are no guarantees that the chances you take will have a good result. There is an old

A gentle reader chided me over my column about things that annoy me. Among other annoyances, I wrote about professional athletes with unkempt hair and beards and about

Not all of my columns make it into print. I have ideas that are like the little engine that could, huffing and puffing at the station raring to

All the contentious political talk, all the surplus of disturbing news that fills the airways was swept away at the end of March when umpires in fifteen cities

This is the fourth time I’ve ended the year with a column about people who left us during the year. Ironically, it is more significant than past efforts,

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