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Grandpa plans to leave the room when kids ask if Santa is real
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Writer's mother recalled the first time she saw the Statue of Liberty and cried as it loomed before her in New York Harbor as a symbol of hope.
Reluctant student makes a daring escape on first day of school.
It's due to a supermarket's alcohol sales policy.
Beware the Wild West of the Internet, where not everything you read is true.
But this columnist was prepared - with a change of clothes and some toiletries.
For those of us who grew up in the ‘50s, Bandstand was a shrine, a teenage religion.
In 1953, our columnist made a pilgrimage to Philadelphia and made his television debut.
But Easton Area School District says their lewd and vulgar and will appeal.
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