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February 11, 2008

       

         Walking a Beat For Obama

 

 

September 2, 2007

Having a ball

February 20, 2005

 

         Too many choices

 

July 24, 2004

 

        Home and (sort of) alone

 

 

October 25, 2003

        

        The real curse of the Bambino

 

 

October 7, 2003

            

          Keeping your hands clean

 

March 15, 2003

SUV owners overlook needs of other drivers

 

November 1, 2002

Celebrities are smaller than they used to be

September 21, 2002

Would you believe?   

 

July 14, 2002

 

        Pining for Ranger Andy

 

 

May 28, 2002

    

        My life as a housewife

 

 

April 25, 2002

 

Bad behavior doesn't diminish when wallets get bigger

 

February 18, 2002

 

Only one thing could get me to watch the Winter Olympics

 

January 24, 2002

Missing the point with Christmas Cards

December 1, 2001

Getting old before my time

 

September 21, 2001

It's going to take more than flying the flag 

 

September 14, 2001

The terrorists shall know terror

 

September 10, 2001

Hartford's race for mayor: Clone Bob Ludgin

 

July 20, 2001

The better-off should set a better example

 

June 29, 2001

Report from Stay-at-Home Dad Headquarters

 

May 3, 2001

Soccer is not and should not be the sport of the future

 

April 12, 2001:

People who need people aren't always the luckiest people

 

March 14, 2001:

There's something about us Aqua Velva men

 

February 13, 2001:

Racial stereotypes are like Swiss Army knives

January 30, 2001:

A goal of leading the nation in candy-pants teenagers

 

January 22, 2001:

Lighting up the Little Big Horn

January 2, 2001:

Babies have moved beyond playing and crying

 

December 6, 2000:

I don't know nothin' about birthin' babies Miss Scarlett

 

November 27, 2000:

More folly from the fringe: slavery reparations

 

November 17, 2000:

Take your time -- or someone else will 

November 7, 2000:

Somehow, both candidates got better overnight

October 24, 2000:

One election does not a country make

October 15, 2000:

Of cap guns and childhood heroes

October 4, 2000:

Adios to the blue plate special 

September 26, 2000:

Leftovers

September 17, 2000:

A livelihood keeping racial issues alive

August 30, 2000:

Even moms with time to play tennis seem unhappy

August 23, 2000:

Establish a school for Connecticut's best and brightest

August 15, 2000:

The real monsters are not hiding under the bed 

August 7, 2000:

Wishes Lieberman were a little more well-rounded 

July 23, 2000:

Flushed with pride

July 11, 2000:

Hartford and the Red Sox -- likable losers

July 1, 2000:

Let them eat cake

June 7, 2000:

Haunted by Helen Reddy

May 22, 2000:

Guns, Twinkies and Rosie O'Donnell

May 4, 2000:

University preferences for white athletes perpetuate racism

April 18, 2000:

For columnists, April 18th is the day the music died

April 4, 2000:

Not much use for a sackful of Sacagaweas

March 24, 2000:

A bad hair day? I wish

March 17, 2000:

A lot of dough going to lawyers 

March 8, 2000:

'Fessing up to watching the girls

March 2, 2000:

Expect casualties in the war on crime

February 17, 2000:

Cry not for Aquan Salmon

February 9, 2000:

Easter eggs, antitrust and the CIA

January 31, 2000:

Rain or snow is all I need to know

January 17, 2000:

The rich need role models, too

January 10, 2000:

Honey, we have to talk . . 

January 3, 2000:

Sending a message at Christmastime

December 28, 1999:

John Rocker condemned not for what he said . . . 

December 13, 1999:

Weaver/Darien revisited

December 6, 1999:

Weaver/Darien just another football game

November 30, 1999:

Military should stay put in Puerto Rico and Okinawa 

November 18, 1999:

Back to the front -- 55 years later

October 27, 1999:

Pete Rose belongs in the Hall of Fame . . .but not yet

October 11, 1999:

It's hard to be a man these days. . . 

October 7, 1999:

Don't test welfare recipients for drug use

September 22, 1999:

Peacetime has its dangers --cell phones and SUV's

September 6, 1999:

Trust, faith and The Hartford Courant 

August 26, 1999:

Let librarians handle internet access

August 18, 1999:

Blacks and Latinos need less television, not more

July 29, 1999:

Trekkies live in a different galaxy. . . and maybe a better one

July 26, 1999:

Snub in restaurant doesn't amount to racism

July 14, 1999:

Baseball must change

June 29, 1999: 

When the girls found their spines of steel

June 22, 1999:

Focus on racial profiling is death knell for civil rights

June 1, 1999:

Hartford needs more rich people

May 20, 1999:

America's youth looks up to the wrong Iverson

May 6, 1999

No whining over losing Patriot games

April 21, 1999:

Teen violence outgrowth of life as strangers

April 15, 1999:

Mennonites know good works are their own reward

March 30, 1999: 

Joe Yookon celebrates at last

February 16, 1999:

Pistachio nuts without the shells wouldn't be the same

January 21, 1999:

Race conversations only go so far

January 13, 1999:

Paul Tibbets, Enola Gay and a legacy

October 29, 1998:

Taking in Farmer's Fair and seeing America

August 21, 1998:

Lessons on a subway ride

July 21, 1998:

How I spent my summer vacation

June 22, 1998:

Little League teaches lessons for life

June 6, 1998:

A prayer for the city

May 21, 1998:

Bringing up baby

May 1, 1998:

Race relations not a walk in the park

April 12, 1998:

Cashing in on charities

February 8, 1998:

Alcoholics Anonymous (3 parts)

January 20, 1998:

A not-so-candid conversation on race

August 27, 1997:

A dollar's worth of compassion

 

 

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