• Guy’s Time: Compromise or Division?

    written by CARL DANBURY, JR.  In the past six years or so, I have met an inordinate number of people who I would have never guessed in a million years would become friends of mine. In the prior 52 years of my life, many of …

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  • Guy’s Time: Dancing in September

    The lasting meaning of meaningless lyrics written by CARL DANBURY, JR. “There are four chords in the chorus that just keep moving forward and never seem to land anywhere — much like the four seasons,” he said a few years ago. “It’s the end of …

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  • Guy’s Time: Socializing in Today’s Social Networks

    written by Carl Danbury, Jr.  TWO SCORE AND SEVEN stone ago, our forebearers brought forth an idea of hosting a gathering, where the svelte and the corpulent, the arrogant and the humble, the efficacious and the incapable would gather for imbibing, nibbling and prevarication during a four-hour sojourn down a nostalgic, yet …

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  • Guy’s Time: From The Heart

    written by CARL DANBURY, JR. You just never know. It was an ordinary Monday. I had taken my bloodhound to the vet late in the afternoon, went home, grabbed a handful of pretzel nuggets and a couple bottles of water, and then headed to the tennis courts for …

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  • Guy’s Time: A Film He Couldn’t Refuse

    written by Carl Danbury, Jr. | illustration by Robin Harrison  Why do you watch “The Godfather”? It’s a question wives and girlfriends have asked for the past 44 years since the film debuted March 15, 1972, yet there is no easy answer to the question. …

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