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One thousand things. Between Thanksgiving 2014 and January 4, 2015, I will be giving away one thousand things. It’s not so much a resolution as it is a private revolution. I’m making room in my life for, well, life. It began with one of those silly little First World Problems: I couldn’t fit my new yoga […]

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Hanging out at Long Ridge Mall with my sister Anna (R), circa 1973 Flashback to Greece, NY, 1973: The wind tunnel between St. John the Evangelist Parochial School and the creepy, abandoned church to the west is lifting up my hunter-green plaid...

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I finally reached an adult right of passage last week: I bought a brand new car. The vehicle it replaced had seen better days. True, I will miss the way my passengers would paw helplessly for the nonexistent window button until I’d explain the...

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by Chris Compson If you are like me and had your formative years span the late 1980’s and early 90’s, then the phrase “sweep the leg” is likely to arouse your happiest childhood memories. Unlike my older brother whose definition of heroism was...

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Disclaimer: This column will only make sense if you are a runner or an LOTR fan. If you are neither, I suggest you flip the page and check the Sports Briefs section (Spoiler Alert: The Chicago Cubs will be at Wrigley Field to sign autographs for...

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by Chris Compson Recently, while gathered with some friends, the “what would we do if money was no object” hypothetical was proposed while I worked feverishly to keep the small fire in our chiminea from erupting into a five alarm blaze. I casually...

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TRANSCRIPT – ARBITRATION HEARING, JUNE 2014 ARBITRATOR: I’d like to thank the three of you for agreeing to meet. When Jo first suggested the idea, I wasn’t sure we could make it happen; after all, there’s a long history of...

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by Chris Compson With the end of the school year upon us, we welcome summer and all the glorious running opportunities that the next ten weeks bring with them. After all, living in upstate New York, we have to make the most of these few...

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I started physical therapy this week for a hamstring injury. It is silly. Lie down on your back. Bend your leg up toward your chest. Ooooh. Feel the burn. Sorry, but I don’t really feel much of anything. I don’t experience a strain, a hard tug, a...

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by Chris Compson Runners have strange prerace nightmares. We wake fitfully to quadruple check that we packed our shoes. We toss and turn over thoughts of body-chaffing in unmentionable areas. We avoid fiber for weeks to quell the fever-inducing...

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Move over, marinara.

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