Monthly Archives: April 2006

A track record with. . .records

The other day when I was checking in with the cluster flies in the attic — just saying hello and spending some quality time with my family’s 17 million little pets up there — I came across a box with … Continue reading

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For one young minister, a baptism of fire

It was 25 years ago this Easter Weekend that the church in Lincoln burned to the ground. In the middle of the night on Good Friday, hours after the last candles had been extinguished following the Maundy Thursday service, old … Continue reading

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At home on Planet Testosterone

I just spent a weekend on Planet Testosterone. I’d heard a great deal about this world, and I remembered it well from my own childhood. But I have a daughter, and so I hadn’t realized that Planet Testosterone is a … Continue reading

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Got a badge? You can badger me.

Last month the United States Senate confirmed Anne-Imelda Radice, Ph.D., as the director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services — a presidential appointment — which leads me to ask: What’s a guy got to do to get interviewed … Continue reading

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