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Journey's End Nov. 03, 2020

William Murchison

I have tried to think of something appropriate to say upon the end of this endeavor at saving Wester... Read More

Techniques To Enjoy Comfortable Small Talk Jun. 01, 2020

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I'm a 17-year-old girl and have not yet been out on a date. I'm a pretty good student. ... Read More

My Last Column Sep. 29, 2019

House Calls

It was December of 1975. My husband, Norman Lank, was a Realtor, with two dozen salespersons under h... Read More

A Farewell to My Readers May. 31, 2019

Linda Chavez

In 1987, I wrote my first weekly column, carried at the time by only two newspapers. Today, I write ... Read More

Take Heart May. 23, 2019

Connie Schultz

This has become too rare, I suddenly realized — this unscheduled gift of a moment. I was sitt... Read More

Humor Is Dead, And I Don't Feel Too Good, Either Nov. 05, 2018

Marc Dion

The columnist, pouring flop sweat like Brett Grabanaugh at a #MeToo meeting, seizes the microphone s... Read More

The Columnist's Cookbook May. 21, 2018

Marc Dion

When readers send me emails, they often ask me for one of my favorite recipes. OK, so they don't. Us... Read More

Did I Say That? I Apologize Dec. 24, 2016

Mark Shields

For your semi-faithful correspondent, 2016 has been a 12-month exercise in humility. I apologize to ... Read More

The Mad Search for Pro-Trump Columnists Dec. 15, 2016

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — Over the weekend some pathetic wretch — obviously a casualty of the Nov. 8 ... Read More

Life Elsewhere, One Reader at a Time Apr. 09, 2014

Connie Schultz

A few years ago, a columnist who works for one of the largest newspapers in the country told me over... Read More