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John Phillip Sousa was sitting in his hotel room on a summer evening when he heard a hand-organ on the street just below his window. The organ grinder was playing Sousa’s famous march, “The Stars & Stripes Forever.” But Sousa found himself greatly irritated by … Continue reading
When I was elected president of my 1984 high school senior class, I thought it was a real honor. What I didn’t realize was that the title carried with it the lifetime task of organizing a class reunion every so often. I had a … Continue reading