Book review: Loner . . . or paranoiac?
In a world in which the herd always seems to be stampeding from one fad to another, a defense of solitude, a celebration of individuality sounds likes a compelling idea for a book.
What ever happened to ...: The father of all diaries
Even though his son Nick is now away at college, Tom Cagley still writes every day in the diary he started when Nick was born. That's more than 8,500 days -- and a lot of love.
Genealogy: The thrill of genealogical victory should be savored and shared
Genealogy can sometimes be equal parts exhilaration and frustration: the thrill of uncovering a genealogical gem but also the aggravation of hitting a brick wall. The next time you're tempted to toss your carefully collected stash of documents into the nearest landfill, consider the experiences of Clarence Burkey and Lewis Martin.