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Cycles of Life

Another Look at The World of Electric Bikes

I was riding along the shore on the walkways in Huntingdon Beach during the first week in July, and I noticed something new this year. All the places where you can rent bikes along the beach now feature electric bikes. They are sweeping through the tourist areas like crazy.
EVENTS CALENDAR

40 Days and 40 Nights

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Editor’s Notebook

Write Like Shakespeare

Facebook question: “How frustrating is it for you to know that writing and the power of arts are hardly able to change the world into a better place?”
The View from Here

Taking to the Pen

Before Facebook, WhatsAp, Twitter and Instagram gave us the opportunity to share every thought with the rest of the connected universe the moment it pops into our head, people used to keep diaries.
RaisingDad

Rain, Rain… Go Away

It’s been raining all night and morning. The street in front of my house is a running creek. The backyard, a collection of miniature ponds. Everything in between is mud. Why my wife wants to go shopping in this kind of weather is beyond me.
Guest Column

Hiroshima Peace Day

Gila Friends Meeting (Quaker) invites the public to join Friends in the 2019 Hiroshima Peace Day Observance at Gough Park on Sunday, Aug. 4. The remembrance will begin with a period of silent worship at 12:30 p.m., followed by an opportunity to speak out of the silence on the threat nuclear armaments represent for us - and the world. Please bring chairs to the pavilion.