It occurred to me a couple of nights ago to write a column for the newspaper, so I did. And the Green Bay Press-Gazette will be running it on Sunday. I've done this a couple of times over the past few years (I need to send them a better photo). Recently Anthem Blue Cross Blue … Continue reading Why the Self-Employed (Even Conservatives) in Wisconsin Should Get Behind BadgerCare for All
This is the story of sitting at two tables six months apart. The first was at my coffeehouse last October, where my friend Wendy and I decided to do something for readers and writers. The second was at a restaurant in April, where our board dined with Margaret Atwood at the end of a successful Book and Author Festival that drew thousands to Downtown Green Bay. It's lovely doing personal projects on your own, or working with your spouse, friend, child, mentor, or former grade school teacher. But at some point, you just might need a posse to take on bigger ideas. If you want to change your community, you can't do it alone.
There are two things about me that might come up in conversation if we talk freely at length. Actually, there are many, many things that might come up if you let me talk, these are just two. The first is that I have a terrible memory of my own past. People tell me stories about myself … Continue reading Etude (Spice Rack): Lawry’s Seasoning Salt, Amber Memories of Los Angeles
NB: This is a dangerous time in the life of a blog. It's been several weeks since my last post. I read that the vast majority of blogs make it to three posts and then grind to a halt, though I can't recall where. I can't speak to the reasons for this, but for me it's been … Continue reading Etude (Spice Rack): From Vanilla to Pack Hunting