ESSAY: My Life in Nine Songs

ESSAY: My Life in Nine Songs

  By Tom Robotham Music…is not simply a distraction or a pastime, but a core element of our identity. – Daniel Levitin, The World in Six Songs The other day, I pulled from one of my bookshelves a volume that I’ve revisited often over the last few years: Daniel...
TRAVEL: Can’t Do Europe? Head to the Southwest

TRAVEL: Can’t Do Europe? Head to the Southwest

(Monument Valley is otherworldly) By Jeff Maisey Count me as one of the many Americans flabbergasted by the restrictions put in place for international travel. Fully vaccinated and with one booster injected, I find the latest developments requiring being tested a day...
ESSAY: Achieving the Dream

ESSAY: Achieving the Dream

By John L. Horton The most dangerous person in the world is a person who is sincerely ignorant and conscientiously stupid. You have a moral obligation to be intelligent. — Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr.   If Dr. King were alive, he would have been 93 years old on...
Read the entire December 15 Issue

Read the entire December 15 Issue

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ESSAY: My Life in Nine Songs

ESSAY: A Christmas Meditation

  By Tom Robotham So this is Christmas, and what have you done? – John Lennon When I was a kid, the Christmas season was the most exciting time of the year. Ushering it in, shortly after Thanksgiving, was the arrival of the Sears Christmas catalogue—or “Wish...