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Book Collecting

Lofty reading goal ends up shelved

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jul 17,2013 - I once spent four hours in a crowded, pre-retirement seminar where a guy with a blue sport coat and a laser pointer talked his way through a slew of PowerPoint slides.

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Mail Time

Traveling Exhibit From The Smithsonian's National Postal Museum

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - “We live for mail call.” That unequivocal sentence is an excerpt from a 1991 letter written by Maj. Reina DuVal during Operation Desert Storm....

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Lend Me Your Ears

Writing lyrics is harder than it looks

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jun 12,2013 - Of the three Johns whose words fill this space week by week, only one has “songwriter” on his résumé: John Saltas.

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Give the People What They Want

Kite-flying and gun control

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // May 29,2013 - Most of my childhood memories are awash in summer sunshine. Only a few have snow underfoot.

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Is This Good For the Company?

It's key to do your thing "right and with respect"

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // May 16,2013 - When Chicago Cubs second baseman “Ryno” Sandburg was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005, he told the audience, “I didn’t play the game right because I saw a reward at the end of the tunnel. I played the game right because that’s what you’re supposed to do: Play it right and with respect.”

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Labor of Love

The Fonnesbecks never stopped fighting to preserve historic buildings

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Apr 17,2013 - In 1971, Chris Fonnesbeck joined a handful of picketers in front of LDS Church headquarters. A self-described “bearded, hippie-looking guy,” he carried a sign that read “Save the Coalville Tabernacle.”

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Paws for Consideration

Common sense is missing from Legislature

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Mar 6,2013 - Let’s begin with a couple of questions: 1. What non-native, invasive species is killing off animals in the Florida Everglades?

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Picture This

Reminiscing about the days of film

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Feb 27,2013 - I am wary of people who hold their iPhone as if it were a rosary, and I steer clear of those whose phone is always at the ready.

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Musical Notes

Greatest hits of musical memories

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Feb 6,2013 - You have to be nearly as old as Mick Jagger to appreciate Crossfire Hurricane, the recent two-hour documentary of the Rolling Stones’ 50-year run as the world’s pre-eminent rock band.

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Wicked Brew

Utah soon to experience Dunkin' Donuts coffee

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jan 30,2013 - Dunkin’ Donuts is headed this way. The first store will open in Salt Lake City this year followed by 15 more in the region by 2018.
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