Monthly Archives: July 2010

My Own Project Runway

We all have guilty pleasures when it comes to television viewing, and I’m not ashamed to say that “Project Runway” is mine. I have no idea why. I’ll just blame my wife and daughter. They got me hooked. But again, why? I’m not a devotee of haute couture; if I were still dating I would […]

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All-Star Memories

Forget your World Cup, forget the LeBron James Hour of Decision. Baseball’s All-Star Game has finally arrived. It is, by far, the best all-star game among any major league sport. And, for better or worse, the winning side gets home field advantage in the World Series. Doesn’t make any sense on many levels, but it […]

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There have been many books and articles written about that sentimental round of golf with Old Dad. There’s something so right about it. Like going to your first ballgame with your dad. (August 10, 1962 for me; Giants beat the Dodgers 11-2 at Candlestick Park, not that I remember any details about the game or […]

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