On Parenting and Flying

"Prepare for the unknown, unexpected and inconceivable . . . after 50 years of flying I'm still learning every time I fly." ~ Gene Cernan I've learned a great many lessons as an aviator over the years, all of which have left me a better pilot. What I didn't expect, however, is that those experiences …

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Natalie Merchant sings life into old poems

Natalie Merchant's singing career spans nearly three decades.  Whether you remember her from the 10,000 Maniacs or from her solo work, you will likely enjoy Merchant's new album, Leave Your Sleep, a fascinating and diverse collection of poems set to music in true Merchant's unique creative style. The album is an examination of life, centering on the themes of motherhood …

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