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Taste

It depends on the bug

September 2, 2016 I’ve been reading about the foodways of cultures unlike ours, who receive their protein from sources we wouldn’t consider. more »»

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A threat to our black walnut trees

February 1, 2016 Ash trees in our region have been hit hard by the emerald ash borer (EAB). In my work with clients last year I came across numerous dead trees. more »»

As I See It

The street I lived on

March 13, 2015 Over the years, I have taken trips to my past--places where I grew and went to school and places I used to go for fun like Glen Ech. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

As I See It

Old houses abound

May 8, 2015 When I was a lot younger there was and even older song which was first herd in 1913 it was called “This Old House”. It was written and sung by Bickhardt, Craig/Schuyler, and Tho. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

2015 Dietary Guidelines for America—Sailing for safe harbors or keeping course toward the full catastrophe

February 1, 2016 The new Dietary Guidelines for America released in late 2015—an amendment to the original guidelines that were issued 35 years ago—are not a good recipe for improving America’s dietary health. more »»

Wise Guyde

The role of paradigms

September 16, 2016 What paradigm will we choose this November? A “power-over” model or a “soul-honoring” model? In their thought-provoking book, “The Paradigm Conspiracy: Why Our Social Systems Violate Human... more »»

As I See It

Those Little Angels

June 15, 2015 The other day I saw a story on TV about the elementary school I attended when I was a very, very young person. more »»

Wise Guyde

Help has arrived

June 20, 2016 Unrelenting gun violence, the Zika virus, global warming, rainforest destruction, heroin addiction, Monsanto Corporation, stinkbugs, ISIL, trophy hunting, Fox “News”, the U.S. more »»

As I See It

What a day means

August 14, 2015 Well another month has come and gone. This day is hot and humid; I think we will get a summer storm this evening. As I start to write this, another day is nearly done. more »»

Taste

The season of leftovers

January 8, 2016 “It’s like colcannon,” I tell my husband, as I pile leftover mashed potatoes atop my leftover spinach salad. He grimaces, but it’s deliciou. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

New SNAP policies congruent with the evolution of our species?

March 4, 2016 Diseases caused by poor eating habits destroy lives and cost the nation trillions in health care. Our current Dietary Guidelines and food policies clearly aren’t working. more »»

As I See It

Another Labor Day is here

September 11, 2015 When I was younger the days seemed to last a lot longer. Going back to school was not thought about until the night before the first day of a new school year. more »»

Wise Guyde

Consciousness Coaching: Part 2

March 18, 2016 Hello again. This week I am continuing the explication of Consciousness Coaching. The first installment appeared here in the Chronicle last week. more »»

 
 

Tuesday Afternoon Sewing Time October 4, 2016

Bring your sewing, knitting, embroidery, even your mending — and let's enjoy each other's company inthe Parlor Room of Trinity Episcopal's Parish House, 1 to 4 p.m. Questions? Call Paula Lelansky at 304-876-2930. more »

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NO PAIN,no pain

August 5, 2014 Here is photo of a frog that found its way into our garage, but didn't make it out. Crushed before it's time. At least it did't suffer, I think. more »

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