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Jim Hendricks is editor of The Albany Herald. He is in charge of the editorial page and is responsible for news, sports, desk, photography and library operations. Phone: (229) 888-9352. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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OPINION: There is little downside when it comes to nostalgia
Get-rich schemes require self control and avoiding thirsty weekends.
OPINION: Many struggle with the same internal demons that claimed Robin Williams
Every life has real value, if only we would take a objective look at ourselves.
OPINION: Kids don't require perfection, which is convenient for imperfect dads
What a dad finds out is, yeah, you’ll make some mistakes — plenty of them, in fact, many of which will be pointed out to you by your wife in no uncertain terms. And unlike video games there are no do-overs. You have to do the best you can to rectify them. But most important, you never let your kid wonder whether you love him or her. And you make sure they know you’ll always be there for them, no matter what.
OPINION: Old habits can be hard to break
After more than a quarter century of marriage, those who know me agree that there remains one great mystery to be solved.
OPINION: There is a piece of Christmas that, once received, you'll always want to keep
While a great many folks would like to forget about the holiday season, at least one part of it is worth holding onto the year around.
OPINION: Despite its bold presence on the calendar, Christmas has a way of sneaking up on us
In striving to create a perfect Christmas, we too often overlook what makes it special.
Christmas is the most colorful holiday of the year, but some of the best films about it are black and white
Twelve black-and-white Christmas movies are sure to get even Scrooge into the Christmas spirit. In fact, he’s in one.
FEATURES COLUMN: Never underestimate the determination of a 3-year-old grandson
Bedtime stories for kids can be far-fetched, but they can’t touch the conversations you have with them.
More energy needs to be expended on what’s really important.
A meteor is hurtling toward the Earth. High atop the Daily Planet in Metropolis, a man dressed in blue and red emerges from the stairwell. He crouches into a four-point stance as he prepares to hurl himself into space, where he will divert the meteor and prevent mankind from the same devastation that obliterated the dinosaurs millions of years ago. Then, his super hearing detects words being spoken ...
Over the years, I have gone to a good deal of trouble to keep bugs out of my food.
Even after a quarter-century of marriage, it appears, you can still have the occasional bout with an epiphany.
There’s a one-word question, made to no one in particular, on the lips of a whole lot of Americans right now. Why?
Sometimes you’re just better off not knowing.
It’s amazing what a picture can do sometimes. You look at it, and you don’t just see the image. You smell it. You hear it. You even taste it.
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