Category Archives: Playing and Games

Homage to Duquesne’s Library

“The death of my friend is on the hands of all of them. This should not have happened. He should not have died.” – Stephany Sofos When I began this blog, I never wanted to climb on a soapbox and … Continue reading

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True Confessions of a Duquesne Boy

My wife Judy and I recently received some news that put us over the top with happiness! We are about to become grandparents for the very first time! My oldest daughter, Megan, is due at the end of July and … Continue reading

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One of Duquesne’s Icons – A Cultural Playground

“The loss of valued places diminishes us all, and the most unnecessary losses, the most indefensible, result from ignorance.” English Heritage 2002. I recently had the opportunity to visit my old stomping grounds in Duquesne. I have been fortunate to … Continue reading

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The Hunky Winter Olympics

After this past weekend’s snowfall, it made me smile to see a few parents and children making the best of the situation and trying their hand at sledding with their kids. The Eastern Shore doesn’t offer much in the way … Continue reading

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