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Friday Musings: Demolition

Friday Musings: Demolition

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about the song “Trouble Me” by the 10,000 Maniacs, in which I said that I thought it was one of the greatest songs ever written about relationships. One particular line in that post caught people’s attention, and I’ve had a number of conversations about it. I wrote, “Although our intentions may be good, keeping things that trouble us from the person we love will only end up

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Happy National Margarita Day!

Happy National Margarita Day!

There are few drinks that will bring a smile to people’s faces as quickly as a Margarita. It is simply a synonym for fun, and the perfect cocktail to enjoy outside as the days begin to warm up. It’s easy to make, easily batched for a crowd, and beyond the traditional recipe, the flavor possibilities are positively endless. The history of the Margarita is somewhat uncertain, but the most common story is connected to a man named Carlos “Danny” Herrera, owner of the Tijuana restaurant Rancho La

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