During this season of gift-giving, it is important to remember the example of British barrister Cecil Chubb. In 1915, Stonehenge, that iconic standing stone circle of southern England, was up for sale because the noble family that had previously owned the prehistoric pillars had seen their line of descendants depleted by World War I. Meanwhile, Mr.
Thank you to all who came to this year's Holiday Open House at Brewery Becker in Brighton. We missed all those who weren’t able to make it.
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"You can have friends or you can correct people's grammar, " the author Mary Norris once said about a topic most people find tedious and pointless. But does it have to be this way? What if we showed how knowledge of grammar rules could be used to solve a murder mystery ... wouldn't that be intriguing? Well, here we go:
This column has a strict policy of not indulging in toilet humor (some may say we have a strict policy of not indulging in any sort of humor); nevertheless, we would be remiss if we missed a chance to acknowledge the accomplishments of British businessman and sanitation engineer Thomas Crapper (yes, this is a real person). D