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The Lice Lady

The most unabashed, screechy screams in our household are reserved for bug sightings.  The one that sounds like a limb has been severed two rooms over, a spider.  The one that connotes a wild boar sighting in the kitchen is … Continue reading

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Guest blogger: My sister Eileen celebrates my 40th (with editor’s notes)

Not too long ago (18 months), when I turned 40, my younger (but not by much) brother Tim outed my age on this very blog (NYTimes actually broke the story first). That’s fine. It’s his blog. Freedom of speech and … Continue reading

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Cabbagetown Run Club: Romp and Stomp course, information

Hello everybody, it’s time once again for your favorite almost 5-K and this year, we’re going the distance. This is the 5th year to this rapidly growing neighborhood race and once again, we will cap the race at 1,000. So … Continue reading

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Runaround: Jeff and Malissa Piersol

An excerpt from the first InTown Runaround published by Atlanta INtown. The publication is free at at stands everywhere. If you know of someone who’d be good to feature, send nominations to me here. On Sunday mornings, Woodland Hills couple … Continue reading

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The car situation: From Mustang to Mini(van)

When I was in my late-twenties I was driving an old Toyota Camry Wagon that I loved but the repair costs started piling up so I sold it cheaply to some hippies. They had a church/charity/farm/fairground something or other thing … Continue reading

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Dyslexia Symptoms, Causes and Sorts

If you love cars and have a talent for promoting, you should consider obtaining a license to sell automobiles. You still have to be certified from the proper government agency even if you are available usedcars from your own own … Continue reading

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