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Unavoidable Bumps — and Bumpers — in the Road

Monday January 21st, 2008 in The Washington Post | No Comments »

“Nothing says you’re pathetic quite like losing your bumper in the middle of traffic — except maybe the act of retrieving said bumper in front of an audience sitting comfortably in their shiny SUVs and late-model sports cars…”

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In an Old Snapshot, A Long Lost Life Slips Into Focus

Monday March 26th, 2007 in The Washington Post | No Comments »

“Over the past few years, my mother has been sending me an odd assortment of nostalgic items, including my Cub Scout neckerchief, first-grade report card and great-grandparents’ naturalization papers. In one envelope was a black-and-white photo of my father, circa 1960. He was about 30 years old then, newly married to my mother…”

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THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF ECZEMA BOY

Tuesday July 11th, 2000 in The Washington Post | 1 Comment »

Tile extended: In which our hero–undaunted by white coated villains who insist he is beyond help–sets out to explore the dermatologic frontier in search of scientific secrets, medical marvels and treatment treasures–or, at the very least, something to stop the itching.; [FINAL Edition]…

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