Modern world history references do a much better — and more objective — job of explaining ancient cultures than did Jim Busek’s fat, gray World History textbook in 1962.
You see them in their cars, heads down, phones in their laps while they wait 15 seconds for the traffic light to change.
There are a number of things on this columnist’s mind today.
Unlike my adventure travels, this trip was all leisure.
Kaitlyn Farrington was in the middle of her 15 minutes of fame,” and “she agreed to spend one of those minutes with Reflector columnist.
Here are the ones at the top of columnist’s list.
The fatal fire in Norwalk created unimaginable loss and grief for the family. But it took a toll on everyone who was there to fight it.
Like all my classmates, I took oodles of standardized tests, all of which are summarized in, yes, my permanent record.
Here we are 22 days into the 18th year of the 21st century. It is the most amazing era of human history.
What started as colon cancer had spread throughout his body.
Marty Catalano and Jim Busek found a lot of the same things noteworthy as the days passed.
The privilege of writing this column every week is one of the best things that ever happened to him.
Columnist attended every Ohio University football game this year — all 12, home and away.
Columnist remembers a kind Norwalk man who would do anything for you and never wanted to be the center of attention.
Several themes emerged from Jim Busek’s 50 trips.