The importance of 'Fore' in golf
As the local golf season coasts to a close and golfers throughout the North Country begin to pack their clubs and frustrations away for another merciful respite, I'm compelled to report an incident that recently came to my attention involving my friend Ted and that diabolical sport, columnist Bob Grady writes.
Having a tiger by the tail
I haven't slept in about a week, columnist Bob Grady writes. My wife's cat has taken up a new game: He slams the bedroom door into the wall as hard as he can and waits for somebody to get up and chase him downstairs in the dark. Great fun.
Another nasty chore dispatched
I retired earlier this year. I had to. I ran out of business cards, retired editor Bob Grady says.
A ride that was all downhill
Walt Disney World in Orlando is a place where you can pay more than $100 a day for the privilege of sauteing in 90-degree heat while you stand in line 98 percent of the time, waiting for something to happen the other 2 percent, says columnist Bob Grady.
The one item of trash you can't dispose of
As I've already modestly reported, I've decided to devote my recent retirement from the newspaper business to helping mankind — Bob Grady
Capping off an overlong career
I retired from the Press-Republican a month or two ago, and everywhere I go, kindly people ask me if I'm enjoying myself in my leisure, columnist Bob Grady writes.
Getting to the seat of the problem
Somewhere this fall, probably in Palm Beach, Fla., the inventor of aluminum bleachers is lounging poolside, a gin and tonic in one hand and a fistful of large bills in the other, getting a hearty laugh over the good one he put over on everybody above the 42nd Parallel.
- A man's work is never done ... correctly The five dreaded words in many marriages: Oh, I can fix that.
- His ears must have been ringing The racehorse Big Brown took America by storm this year. In the process, a little rain fell on Jackie from Chicago.
- Warming up on a frigid Easter Another calamity for a lonely smoker.
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