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Offbeat Gargoyle and Cologne No. 10 For Men

I was excited to read that Gargoyle, DC’s oldest literary magazine, celebrated its 40th anniversary, and I’m proud that I worked with its founder and editor, Richard Peabody, a couple of times over the years. That sort of puts me in the company of MacArthur … Continue reading

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More … why we read …

My post titled “A Mallard on the Cuyahoga” was the most popular I’ve had since I started blogging in March. It was about our recent trip to Cleveland and Rocky River where I grew up. In preparation for that trip … Continue reading

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