Monthly Archives: January 2012

Back in Gaute

It’s been too long since I have returned to Guatemala. I am convinced I lived here in a former life (to the extent I am convinced I had a former life). The children of the family with which I always … Continue reading

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Joe Pa Redux

Members of the Penn State Board confirmed today that one of the key reasons for Paterno’s dismissal was the statement he issued earlier that morning telling the trustees they didn’t need to worry their pretty little heads about him anymore. … Continue reading

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An American in Cuba

Ten days in Cuba hardly qualifies me to write authoritatively about much of anything, let alone a subject as complex as life in Cuba in 2012. There are, however, a few things I can say with a high degree of … Continue reading

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