Category: Grey Matters
By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist I guess it’s because I was raised around so many Irish Catholic families that yours truly tips her Viking helmet happily, every year, in celebration and honor of St. Patrick’s Day. You know there’s a
By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist For a generation of kids back in the 1960s a band from Liverpool came into our hearts and never left. Here we are 52 years later and our grandchildren are Beatles fans. February 7, 1964
By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist Do you think it’s a coincidence that National Chocolate Ice Cream Day, Jelly Doughnut Day, and Father’s Day all are all celebrated in the same month? Not much of a happenstance in my eyes, folks.
By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist How do I love thee, Pennsauken… let me count the ways. And here’s how it goes: Andrew’s and my dear friends, Jude and George Inglis from the lovely town of Hull in Yorkshire, England, came
By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist Deadline? Column? I didn’t have one single thought in my head as to what to write for my August AAP article. And then, waiting for me in my computer, was a letter from an old