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Netflix’s recent release, “Leave the World Behind,” has divided movie buffs across the world. From its title scene to the question-filled ending, Sam Esmail’s new film has … more
Over the last few weeks, I have been asking people what their favorite childhood movie they still enjoy is. Of course, the results varied, but many family-friendly movies later, I have picked my … more
I really should not be surprised by some comments that represent what passes for civic dialogue in Iowa these days. The latest example leaves me shaking my head, not just at the events themselves but … more
At last, they had made it! The three brushed the layer of dust from their fine robes and opened their travel bags. Caspar removed a shiny piece of gold. Melchior found the bundle of frankincense. … more
City leaders in Davenport have forgotten that city government there belongs to the people. It does not belong to the folks who were elected to city offices. This reminder is necessary because of a … more
“ How much longer ‘til Christmas?” Mom likely grew tired of my incessant question; it seemed to me like Christmas would NEVER come! “ It’s only two weeks … more
Each journalist has a short list of stories they’ve written that either really resonated with them or that they felt they did a pretty good job on. Some people may not fully grasp this, … more
I stomped the snow off my boots and opened the door to the kitchen. “Mom, I got the mail. Looks like we got nine Christmas cards!” Mom’s face lit with a smile as she took the bundle … more
Folks, it’s not the night before Christmas just yet, but through the halls of Washington, not a creature is stirring – not even a mouse. That’s because federal employees have … more
As an avid rewatcher of “The Meg,'' I thought it would only be fitting for me to review its counterpart, “Meg 2: The Trench,'' which I put in my watchlist the minute I heard of its … more
Our mom used the seven elements of design in her decorating scheme—Deloris, Donald, Darlene, Dorothy, Delmer, DeAnn and a mother’s love. In our farm home special art was positioned with … more
A few months ago, I bumped into a former aide to Gov. Robert Ray. As we reminisced about the governor, our conversation turned to his nearly daily meetings with journalists. The aide said yes, those … more
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