This show aired on Tom Wilmer’s NPR radio show ‘Journeys of Discovery’.
MONTCLARION: October 29, 2015
Sunny and 70s. What is this — Halloween in the Caribbean?
It’s the end of October. It should be bone-chilling cold. Kids are supposed to be layering, not stripping down. The site of Dracula with a cape tied around his waste is just wrong. Yet we adapt. Look for pirates to sport sweatbands, not tricorns, this Halloween. Continue reading
MONTCLARION: October 23
If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one. — Mother Teresa
These are more than just words to American Airlines employee Brenda Staley. The Montclair mom actually uses her flight benefits to help run her charity — Futures4Haiti. Continue reading
MONTCLARION: Sept 3, 2015
School bells are ringing again at Montclair Elementary School, but it seems students aren’t the only ones learning a lesson. Several unsuspecting parents have reportedly been victims of smash-and-grab crimes since opening day on Aug. 24. Continue reading
MONTCLARION: May 8, 2015
Pain and suffering. We all experience it. Some more than others. In August 2002, Nancy Johnson, her husband Arthur and their 7-year-old son, Wally, were driving home to Montclair when their car was struck head-on by a Chevy pickup. What the family went through to recover from this near-fatal accident was nothing short of hell. Continue reading
MONTCLARION: April 17, 2015
Tax day is behind us. Time to climb out from the paperwork and hit “the highway.” Continue reading
My husband’s teeth were clenched like a man facing a tooth extraction. Hours of unwinding in one of California’s most scenic spots — wiped out as we white-knuckled our way up the narrow ribbon of a road. Continue reading