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Old movies offer more than entertaining TV
Columnist Susan Tobias and her husband, Toby, are reminded of simple childhood memories while watching an old black-and-white movie.
Need to remedy recent omissions
When Susan Tobias wrote a column about old-fashioned remedies for cold and flu, she forgot her favorites, ginger ale and chicken soup.
Talk of old-time remedies makes me feel better
I still feel a certain warm, fuzzy comfort just thinking about Save the Baby and that elixir from Dr. Stam that warmed my insides, Susan Tobias writes.
Book designates special events
An old copy of Chase's Calendar of Events continues to reveal unknown celebrations to Susan Tobias.
Genealogy research can turn into surprising local history facts
Susan Tobias has uncovered another interesting North Country native who became famous and wealthy but who started from humble local roots.
Time with grandchildren enjoyable, surprising, cute
When Susan Tobias and her husband spent holiday time with family in Colorado Springs, it was the youngest grandson that gave them the biggest laugh with his funny request.
Varying weather couldn't rain on this parade
Freezing rain not enough to stop Susan Tobias and her husband from trekking across the country to visit family in Colorado.
Annual attempt to tighten my resolve
Columnist Susan Tobias has made new year's resolutions that failed but when it comes to family, those she kept.
Christmas is about giving from the heart
Christmas presents made by family and given from the heart hold a special place in writer Susan Tobias's memories.
Christmas shopping not what it used to be
Some of these popular items I had never heard of before, Sue Tobias writes.
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