This week’s lesson: How to run without dying

I read an interesting article the other day entitled “How to Run More Than a Mile Without Feeling Like You’re Dying.” They failed to suggest...

A turbulent 2016? We Boomers are skeptical

The end of 2016 brought the usual year-end reviews and commentaries, but with an unusually (from this view) high number of negatives. “Was 2016 the...

Warm beer, Sundays and Daylight Savings Time

Indiana’s antiquated liquor laws have been popping up for debate for several years. Much like the debates over Daylight Savings Time never seemed to...

‘Howard’ leaves Angelkeep in a pickle

Last week this column made literary light of one newly discovered flora of Angelkeep. It displayed beautiful tiny white bloom early in spring, but...

The ‘Gas Tax’ bill is coming down to the wire

Nobody likes new taxes. That was quite evident in my discussions with two of our local representatives — Sen. Travis Holdman and Rep. Matt...

A month or so later, it’s still a good story

You just never know what each day might bring. That can work in both good ways and bad, of course, but here’s a tale of...

Angelkeep’s Weber kettle gets repurposed

The kettle grill, likely built by Weber in another century, was in too good of a condition to be assigned a final resting place...

The snowbird, naughty-bird, blue jay

It was not a new phenomenon at Angelkeep when on a mid-October day, with crisp air of pending autumn, and a grilled brat half...

2,000 miles away from home on 9/11

The year 2001 filled this space last week as I reminisced about a trip to a tropical ...

Trail, another trail, a tower, Trump, and a man I’ll miss

My personal periscope is up and it’s looking around. It’s found some things to look for in 2017. • The completion of the Interurban Trail....