Enjoy your new seat, Gerald

Norwell High School football was truly blessed with the presence of six gentlemen in the 1980s and ‘90s: Gary Scott, Jim Cobble, Bob Gilbert,...

Look! Up in the sky! It’s Chinese fireworks!

So, this weekend a now defunct Chinese space station is destined to fall down to earth. The only problem is, nobody knows exactly where...

Angelkeep river otter, the sequel

Last week’s Angelkeep Journals could have covered the entire editorial page. To allow for the opinion page to continue publishing interesting views on political...

A word that keeps popping up. And that’s a good thing.

We’ve had the occasion more than once recently to write about “community.” We haven’t always used that word but in articles and commentaries about...

Birdseye Bunny, Thing One and Thing Two

Birdseye Maple is not a variety of tree found at Angelkeep. It’s not found anywhere. It doesn’t exist.  Instead, birdseye maple is a rare figure...

Lobbyists and commercials: Sources of information

Many years ago, I spent a day following State Sen. Gary “Doc” Dillon on a day when the General Assembly was in session. It...

Access to parks and trails important to any community

Colleague Mark Miller used this space a couple of Saturdays ago to advocate for a project that is gaining a lot of momentum in...

‘Remarkable’ is as good a word to use as any

It is really quite a remarkable loose-leaf binder. The pages are not numbered but they measure more than an inch in thickness. How it...

Time zone conversation continues in Indiana

Few topics seem to divide Hoosiers more than time. We won’t spring forward until Sunday, March 10, but undoubtedly we’ll start having conversations next month...

Angelkeep Journals: Green-topped March MacSilliness

With March already a full week into existence, Angelkeep pauses for a moment with the ongoing column avoidance of winter blasphemy to...