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Being Old is Going to Be Awesome (John Roemhild)

The insensitive (but admittedly hard to refute) stereotypes of senior citizens’ irritatingly slow and dangerously inattentive driving habits have tainted our perceptions of growing old — we assume that we’ll gradually start losing touch with the world after sixty. But, in between fits of road rage, have you ever considered that this might not be … Continue reading

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How to Make Easy, Delicious, Healthy, Cheap Granola (John Roemhild)

What you need: Oats Rice Krispies Honey Milk Peanut Butter Cinnamon Brown Sugar Raisins Those of you who read one of my previous articles about a horrible cooking disaster will have discovered more than enough reasons not take any of my instructions on food. Fair enough. Those of you who haven’t read it should not read it … Continue reading

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Three Children’s Books Every Adult Should Read (John Roemhild)

To me, the “children’s book” tag suggests no intended audience. Just because a book uses small enough words for a child to understand does not mean that its deeper meaning is likewise simple enough for them to grasp, let alone fully-grown able-minded adults — it’s astonishing the size and number of profundities some authors can … Continue reading

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James Jamerson, the Most Tragically Overlooked Musician (John Roemhild)

Jamerson’s bass playing made a certain fabric of my life visual. — Stevie Wonder If I could attribute the title of “Most Tragically Overlooked Musician” to anyone, it would probably be the guy who played on nearly seventy number-one hits on the R&B charts and almost thirty number-one hits on the pop charts. If you’re … Continue reading