- The cutting edge By C.R. "Teo" Teodoro
For the past four years, my haircuts have always been a spectacle to behold. I am not lying to you when I say that something interesting usually happens during my haircuts. All of my haircuts from the past four years have always drawn a small crowd, each with a story to tell.
- A "Zest for Life" is a Path to Death Cappy Gagnon
Earlier this spring, a 13-year National Hockey League veteran was killed when his pickup truck "went out of control and rolled." Initial accounts on the sports pages mentioned that "teammates and family members" remembered the player as having a "zest for life." For those who don't understand sport- speak, having a zest for life is a euphemism for what would be called a drinking problem in other quarters. Life j also frequently engage in other death-defying behaviors.
- Do YOU know what someone suffered to make your shirt? Letter to the editor
While most of us will enjoy the heroic victories organized labor has afforded us — seniority, the forty-hour work week, fair and safe working conditions and adequate health benefits — we sometimes forget the sacrifices made by American workers so that we could sustain a comfortable lifestyle.
- Brown not at fault for loss Bob Kerr
In the game of football, the lazy-boy recliner invokes superior hindsight and maturity. With nachos and a six-pack close at hand, the critic calmly calls the plays, takes the hits and wins the big games.