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  • Avoid Toxic Positivity0

    There is no doubting that this is a strange time to be alive. Not only does a worldwide pandemic continue to rage and disrupt our lives, but international turmoil seems to make daily headlines continually. With 24-hour news cycles and the internet, we are bombarded by the media with an endless stream of negativity in

  • The Roving Sportsman… Getting Into Shape for Hunting0

    Tragically, every year as the hunting season gets underway and the “army” of Pennsylvania hunters hits the woods, unpleasant discoveries are made. As these hunters travel deeper into the woods than normal in pursuit of small or big game, the chances are all-too-real that they may come across a hiker or camper that has passed

  • This Week’s LION: Recognizing Thirteen Fallen Heroes0

    The number of indignities in the fiasco of America’s departure from Afghanistan would fill volumes, but one that has got almost no media attention was the blocking of official recognition by Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the US House of Representatives floor for the recognition of the thirteen US military personnel who lost their lives just

  • Who’s in Charge?0

    Sadly, in today’s world, the word ‘bubble’ has taken on a totally different meaning than that used to describe a luxurious bath or a child’s gum. It’s now a protective word meant to shield one from interactions and danger from the outside world. During last month’s Little League Baseball World Series, the ‘bubble’ that surrounded

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy” by Anne Sebba

    The Bookworm Sez: “Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy” by Anne Sebba0

    OK, you’ll just shut up now. You won’t say a word. You’re mum, tongue-tied in a knot; you ain’t no stoolie. You’ve zipped your lip for good. As in the new book, ”Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy” by Anne Sebba, you’re not throwing anybody under the bus. Ethel Greenglass was born in the fall of 1915, and

  • A Trip from Hell into a Slice of Heaven!0

    Part 3 DAY THREE: “Relief comes in different ways.” After the near-death experience the night before, sleep was hard to come by, and gathering for breakfast with the other hunters and guides could not come soon enough. Everyone’s curiosity was satisfied as I related my story of the hunt and near-tragedy with my guide, Travis,