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Jon Mark Beilue column

An empty feeling in the empty nest

August 26, 2011 noon

Empty Nest is more than a parting, it’s questioning if I did my duty as a parent.

From bland and bitter to a caffeine routine

July 29, 2011 noon

Some things, as they say, are an acquired taste.

Cutting the grass: a rite of mowage

June 24, 2011 noon

I’ve had a lifetime of lawn mowing. Sometimes it’s been lawn moaning.

Help! I’ve fallen off the wallet wagon

May 27, 2011 noon

I’m a billfold hoarder and it's a growing problem.

Waltzing is a feat with two left feet

April 22, 2011 12:23 p.m.

The last place I expected to find myself on Sunday afternoons was the Yellow Rock House Square Dance Center.

Six Flags – a rite of summer passage

March 25, 2011 noon

By Jon Mark Beilue

The month of March? It blows

February 25, 2011 noon

By Jon Mark Beilue

Valentine’s Day for the romantically-challenged

January 28, 2011 12:12 p.m.

By Jon Mark Beilue

’Tis the season – for football bowl gluttony

December 23, 2010 noon

By Jon Mark Beilue

Fruitcake, I'm Giving You Another Chance

November 26, 2010 9:28 a.m.

By Jon Mark Beilue
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