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Ah, the Summer of ’63. It’s hard to believe that was a half-century ago. It was the time when I got [...]
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It was sad to learn that former University of Wisconsin Stevens Point (UWSP) Chancellor Phillip Mars[...]
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If you’re a Bill Cosby fan, you might like to try to get a ticket to Marquette University’s graduati[...]
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After reading a recent column on the top songs of 50 and 100 years ago, a friend who’s now 50 years [...]
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