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It takes a lot to grab the attention of the 15 or so seniors — mostly Plant High grads from the ’50s — who get together once a month at the Village Inn to swap stories over eggs and pancakes.
Gesturing and floating around the room, Ron Weaver was sort of a cross between Perry Mason and Peter Pan as he worked the crowd.
It was never so much a fear of public restrooms as it was my nervousness about going into the right one.
“I tried to imagine what it would be like; read up on everything that was happening,” Dennis Pupello said. “But nothing really prepared me or the rest of us for what we found.”
Rumors that this time it was real, that this time the Colonnade was going to be sold to developers, had been rampant for a few weeks.
Gov. Rick Scott has been called many things. So far, “Education Governor” is not one of them.
Earlier this week in a field of Texas bluebonnets and on their 54th day on the road, the Iron Grannies hit the halfway mark in their walk across America You might have thought the five seniors would have headed back to t...