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Summer Lovin’

 July 16, 2014

My niece is singing a song that she finds annoying. "It's from this commercial," she explains. "And I hate it!"

Traditional with a Twist

 July 2, 2014

There's nothing better than pulling something off with a dash of the unexpected.

Perfect Day

 June 18, 2014

Block Island might be the only place where you can get mugged by a llama. It's definitely the only place where you can get mugged by a llama and be okay with it. Everything is okay on Block Island.

The Yellow Blues

 June 4, 2014

The Yellow BluesCan I coin a new word? Last winter we all couldn't stop talking about the polar vortex. Now we're in the midst of a pollenpocolypse. Has some weather person already made this word up? Everything is blooming at...

Noises of the Shoreline

 May 21, 2014

It's morning. I'm up far earlier than I should be. My bladder and my cat Wolfgang are to blame. They set each other off, nagging at me until I can no longer ignore them. What is that noise, I'm thinking as I get out of bed. Why is that noise?...

Shoreline Truths

 May 7, 2014

Shoreline TruthsWhen I was a child I wasn't allowed to say the name of a certain friend of my parents. He was a nice guy, but he was a "talker." It was easier to get your leg out of a bear trap than to get out of a conversation with him. My...

Lamplight

 April 23, 2014

One dreary early spring day I get a Facebook friend request from someone I don't know. I click on her profile and check out her pictures. There are ones of children I've never seen before, but when I see a snap of her mother, I know instantly. This was a girl...

Hold That Thought

 April 9, 2014

It's spring, when all thoughts turn to...everything. I think this is my problem. I know I'm not alone, either. There are the three questions that keep coming up. If I'm not thinking one of them, someone is asking one of them out loud within my earshot.

Steering out of the Skid

 March 26, 2014

Steering Out of the SkidThere are crocuses blooming by the back of the house. Finally.I managed to steer into the skid of winter because there was no way to avoid it. Like tires slipping on a patch of black ice, we were all...

Luck Be a Melee

 March 12, 2014

In my previous column I told how three rings of mine brought me only 64 smackers at a local gold-buying shop. One ring had what's called a "melee" diamond, which is not of much worth. I also told how Neutron suggested we go to a local casino and turn our...

The $64 Question

 February 26, 2014

Neutron has an idea. She thinks we should sell our rings from badly ended relationships and take the money to a casino."We can get rid of bad juju and also have some fun," she says.So, we...

The Big Chill

 February 12, 2014

I'm moving to Alaska where it's warmer. I know I live in New England and that dealing with winter is part of living in New England. However, dealing with temperatures in the single digits with wind chills below zero is not what I signed up for by living in...

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The Jim Lafayette Memorial Series of Writers of Science Fiction and Fantasy — 6:30 pm; Wed., Jul. 30

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