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JIM CREES: Say no to dynasty

JIM CREES: Say no to dynasty

OK. I would suggest I’ll probably get everybody a wee bit upset this week — Republican and Democrats alike. It is what it is. So …I was watching a news commentary program just the other night and much of the discussion involved the idea of whether Jeb Bush would make a run for the presidency, […]

ANDREA SARGENT: Treats, not tragedies, for Halloween

The big holiday is almost here! No, thankfully not Thanksgiving. And there are still plenty of shopping days before Christmas. I’m talking about Halloween — that fabulous holiday of the Twix bar and the Kit-Kat. Whether you’re into the fantastic or the ghoulish, it’s still important to play it safe. Keep these tips in mind to keep your Dracula and Tinkerbell […]

JUSTIN MCKEE: Leaving space for possibilities

JUSTIN MCKEE: Leaving space for possibilities

Hey, everyone! I’m back after a week’s hiatus. Now, back to the nitty gritty … This column is going to touch on two topics already covered in previous writings by yours truly; aperture and composition. However, instead of rehashing how to utilize the different aperture settings and principals of composition, in this column I’m electing […]