Some Easter dinners more doggone than others
Thurston was a beautiful specimen of doghood but supplied several lifetimes of grief because of his "special" personality, Gordie Little writes.
Gordie's diner reprise
Readers write in, adding to Gordie Little's list of favorite diners.
A hunger for diners from my childhood
Columnist Gordie Little shares fond memories of all the diners he enjoyed up to the 1950s.
Car-radio memories recollected
Gordie Little has been listening to car radios since early childhood, he writes.
Many inventions have changed our lives
Gordie and his wife, Kaye, enumerate important inventions in their lifetimes and what they have meant to them and their families.
1937 was quite a year
Gordie Little writes about things that happened the year he was born, including the Hindenburg disaster.
TV has impacted life
Gordie Little recalls earliest television memories.
Future looks bright
We're grateful for what we have and forever optimistic that the Mayan masterminds miscalculated what some doomsayers predict will mark the end of the world as we know it, Gordie Little writes.
Remembering the Captain
Gordie Little writes about long friendship with Captain Frank Pabst.
Continue traditions, both Christmas and cursive
Gordie Little reflects on Christmas traditions and revisits the cursive subject.
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