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The Great Boomer Shortage

Sunday morning at 24 Hour Fitness, and 35 or 40 people are working out. It’s the usual assortment of types — guys with major tattoos, guys for whom weight-lifting is probably an intellectual achievement, couples in sweats who park their … Continue reading

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Loading In, Loading Out

Thinking vaguely (and not for the first time) about doing some gigs as a solo cellist. I have a couple of hours of very nice backing tracks, which I┬árecorded into my computer. All finished, mixed, and ready to go. Doing … Continue reading

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By Bread Alone

I’d like to reorganize my eating habits. Having read the first half of In Defense of Food, I’m convinced: The standard American diet is really bad news. But because I live alone, have never done much cooking, and get nauseous … Continue reading

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Food Flashback

Is that a Frito slathered in sour cream dip on your plate, or are you glad to see me? Just started reading In Defense of Food, by Michael Pollan. Excellent book, not only for its insights into healthy eating but … Continue reading

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