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Sunday, July 2, 2017
Journeys Into Hello Again, Friend – It’s Been a While

Hello Again, Friend – It’s Been a While

I’ve been away from here for too long – on a journey of a different sort. On May 5, after some tough months of health issues, my Mom passed away at age 93. What I had hoped would be a busy Spring/Summer marking Canada-150, Montreal’s 375th anniversary, the 100th Anniversary of the NHL and 50 Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 2, 20177:19 pm
Sunday, November 13, 2016
Journeys Into One Brewer’s Take on Thanksgiving Beers

One Brewer’s Take on Thanksgiving Beers

What makes for a great Thanksgiving meal ? A turkey and the trimmings. Treasured loved ones and/or friends ? In years past, a good beer would have a role – normally something simple to wash down the turkey, stuffing and sweet potato. These days, we are told, a beer can and should do more. Here Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 13, 20168:51 pm
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Journeys Into An Important Day in Hockey History: From Six to Twelve

An Important Day in Hockey History: From Six to Twelve

It was on February 9, 1966 that the National Hockey League officially announced that it would expand from six to twelve teams. From February 7-9 the NHL Board of Governors had been mmeting at New York’s St.Regis Hotel to discuss the issue of expansion.  Among those present were Charles Adams of the Boston Bruins, James Read Article

Posted by: Admin February 9, 20167:35 pm
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Journeys Into Winona, MN: An Example of What Arts Can Do for A Community

Winona, MN: An Example of What Arts Can Do for A Community

  This interesting feature from Minnpost (Courtesy of Rural Dispatches, a yearlong series about the challenges and opportunities in Minnesota’s small towns, made possible by a grant from the Blandin Foundation) caught our attention. It describes an ‘arts ecocystem in the small town of Winona, Minnesota that includes a marine art msueum, and Shakespeare Festival. Read Article

Posted by: Admin December 9, 201511:51 pm
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Journeys Into Marty Brodeur on His Return to A Different New Jersey: “It was Weird (Empty Office)”

Marty Brodeur on His Return to A Different New Jersey: “It was Weird (Empty Office)”

  Martin Brodeur was back in New Jersey for the announcement by his old team, the New Jersey Devils, that his #30 would be retired on February 9, 2016. At the time, he sat down for a Q&A with Steve Politi of NJ.com. And, during the course of the interview, honest as always, Marty captured Read Article

Posted by: Admin October 6, 20157:24 pm
Friday, September 4, 2015
Journeys Into The Hog Capital of the World

The Hog Capital of the World

Growing up in New Jersey, the community of Secaucus was associated with pig farms. That fact made Secaucus the butt end of many a disparaging remark. Today the pigs are gone and Secaucus is a very different place. In the meantime, there is a community in Ilinois that is quite proud with its association with Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 4, 20154:25 pm
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Journeys Into July 9 Birthday Wishes

July 9 Birthday Wishes

A thank you to Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette for making us aware of an important birthday. Red Kelly turns 88 today. Leonard Patrick “Red” Kelly played on more Stanley Cup winning teams (eight) than any player who never played for the Montreal Canadiens, and is the only player to be part of two Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 9, 20151:53 pm