Monthly Archives: February 2013

Rincon 38, Tapas with Style

Rincon 38’s, Cordon Bleu trained, Chef Hector Ruiz. Yesterday evening I had a hankering for tapas, those delicious morsels that can be eaten as appetizers or as a meal. Lucky for me, Rincon 38 had opened its doors for the … Continue reading

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Of Politics, Possibilities, and Egos

I intended this post to be about the fund raising luncheon for Senator Al Franken that I attended on Sunday. There was to be a photo or two of the Senator speaking and a short summary of what was said. … Continue reading

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Imagination

    Alan is totally absorbed in playing with Spencer the Engine,     one of the characters of Thomas the Tank Engine TV show. The Merrian-Webster Dictionary defines Imagination as: the act or power of forming a mental image of something … Continue reading

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Valentines Day

    Lovers at sunset, on the walls of the medieval city of Carcassone, France. Valentines Day is a concocted business holiday like Mothers Day and Fathers Day. Created to promote the sales of greeting cards, diamonds, and chocolate. Yet, despite … Continue reading

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Bicyclist Builds Virtual Company

Doug Shidell is a bicyclist who rides for pleasure and as a part of daily life, such as going to neighborhood stores. Doug is also a 21st century entrepreneur who discovered through his biking, a niche map making business that … Continue reading

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Delight

Recently, I was invited to the birthday party of a friend’s three-old girl, Olivia. I’m not a parent, so I wasn’t certain exactly what to expect, except that there would be a lot of noise and energy. There was a … Continue reading

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Winter Whimsy

After a 6-week winter hiatus, during which I worked on a very interesting project for my friend Doug, I have returned to the blog-o-sphere to once again ruminate about the world that we live in. For the third time in … Continue reading

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