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By HENRY HOMEYERFor the Monitor

Outside story: Salamander Secrets


On a warm, rainy April night a few years ago, I drove up our muddy, rutted dirt road through the mist, steering around the wood frogs hopping...

“Dad, you’ve got to come look at this spring combination,” said my color deign guru son, James. It made me want to scream wow because it was so...

The cow spa is open for business


Clipping cows means warm weather is near. Cow clipping is an annual ritual at Miles Smith Farm. Scottish Highlander cattle grow thick, rich coats...

Romeo and Juliet had it easy compared with Jacob and Laynie, the contemporary lovers who thrash their way through early marriage in Steven Wingate...

A tale taken from tabloid headlines


Who hasn’t eyed the sensational headlines of the tabloids while waiting in the grocery store line? That’s exactly what first-time novelist David...

When I first met Ramona Quimby, she was only 4 years old and already showing signs of greatness.This was a kid who could secretly summon 15 friends...

I don’t mean to get too personal here, but here I go: What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever found in a book? Maybe in a library book, or in a used...

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