It was June 1967. Commencement over, we had said our goodbyes. Yearbooks sported both the sincere and the trite, those embarrassing scribbles scanned but not read. After those final goodbyes, we searched the pages, reading and re-reading the notes left behind. Many a familiar face had been seen for the last time. Some would actually... Continue Reading →
It Was a Heck of a Week–The City Manager, Instructor, Lobbyist, Presenter, Moderator, Board Member Hat Box Was Full
What a week some ten years ago--The Weather Channel might have described it as the confluence of convergent and divergent air flows, in this case probably hot air colliding. Even with the diligent effort of a more than capable Administrative Assistant, my schedule was put to the test. In one week I had to be... Continue Reading →
Thoughts on Race and Destruction–by Aida Johnson-Rapp
Aida and her husband Craig are friends of mine. I miss their company when I am away from Chicago. https://medium.com/@aidajohnsonrapp/thoughts-on-race-and-destruction-3165cda8f43c https://medium.com/@aidajohnsonrapp/thoughts-on-race-and-destruction-3165cda8f43c
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