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David Linzee

The Joy Of Flunking

by David Linzee
Washington University commencement weekend is over. We in the Loop have done our best to help the graduates and their proud parents celebrate. The Delmar restaurants served up their tastiest fare. U City in Bloom filled the sidewalk planters with flowers. The trolley was even running. You couldn't board it, but at least you could watch it go by.
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David Linzee

A Vacation From Behind Enemy Lines

by David Linzee
I alternate in this space with my estimable colleague Don Corrigan, and ordinarily we pass like ships in the night. This time, though, I'm able to follow up on Don's last column.
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David Linzee

Bring Back Free-Range Childhood Of The Past

by David Linzee
I enjoy what I suspect is a rare privilege in today's world. I can return to the street where I grew up, and find it almost unchanged more than half a century later.
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David Linzee

Being A Teenager Doesn't Prevent You From Being Right

by David Linzee
Time for a current events quiz. Topic: the Parkland shooting. Match statement with source:
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David Linzee

Medical Vandals & Thoughts On Death Cleaning

by David Linzee
Two ideas have come my way from Europe recently. I've been giving them a lot of thought. I don't believe Europeans are wiser than we are, but these ideas concern what we keep and what we discard. Europeans, having been around longer than Americans, know more about this subject.
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David Linzee

The American Locker Room Will Never Be The Same

by David Linzee
Everybody keeps saying that they were unsurprised when women finally spoke out against the sexual transgressions of powerful men. I have to admit that I was surprised.
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David Linzee

Memories Of A Retail Worker's Christmas

by David Linzee
Every year, when Christmas shopping season rolls around, my thoughts go back a quarter-century, to my years working in a bookstore.
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David Linzee

With Death, Rationality Doesn't Get You Far

I was in New York on Oct. 28, a warm, sunny Saturday. I borrowed a bicycle and rode a path along the Hudson River. I was planning to write a column in praise of the city's wonderful bike paths.
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David Linzee

Bad Year For Movies, Or Irreversible Decline?

by David Linzee
The Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival runs Nov. 2-12, and I'm looking forward to it, hoping it will inspire me to go to a movie.
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David Linzee

Be Skeptical Of The Blurts Of Politicians

by David Linzee
Two Missouri legislators have recently made national news for their inflammatory Facebook posts. On Aug. 30, Rep. Warren Love said that vandals who threw paint on a Confederate memorial should be "hung from a tall tree with a long rope." On Aug. 18, Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal posted "I hope Trump is assassinated." Since then, indignation has been roiling, and both have been ducking and weaving.
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