Monthly Archives: July 2011

Thank goodness for pink ribbons!

There was still a ton of snow on St. Mary Peak (9,350 feet), but on July 20th, we really thought there wouldn’t be enough to be an issue. I mean, it hasn’t snowed for more than six weeks. WRONG! About … Continue reading

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Smoke Damage: Voices from the Front Lines of America’s Tobacco Wars

Or … the more you know, the angrier you get University of North Carolina sociologist Michael Schwalbe wrote this book, a collection of interviews from cancer patients, smokers, ex-smokers and anti-smoking advocates, after his father, a lifelong smoker, died of … Continue reading

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“Evel The High-Flying Life of Evel Knievel: American Showman, Daredevil and Legend” Leigh Montville Leigh Montville is a former sports columnist for the Boston Globe who has written books about American sports legends such as Ted Williams, Dare Earnhardt and … Continue reading

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