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I am a retired radio exec. I've worked at major stations in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Miami. That was then. This is now: I've published seven books and this blog thingy. Need to know more? Really? Okay, I bare/bear all at http://marckuhn.com The other links are for the websites of each of the books I've written. I've been busy! Hope you'll stop by and check them out. Thanks for your interest!
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It was cold. How cold? It makes no matter how cold once it reaches a certain depth. You feel it in your bones. Your blood thickens to syrup and your cheek bones, never really felt before, now tingle with pin-like … Continue reading
Well, hello from the middle of the Caribbean Ocean. I’m on the last day of a week’s cruise and while my thinking chair is back home, I did find a deck chair that temporarily served the purpose. So I got … Continue reading
Well well well, winter has subtly descended upon South Florida…at least for a day or so. Our nighttime temps fell into the 60’s. I rev’d up the heater last night just to take the edge off the slight nip in … Continue reading
Among all the priceless memories in your lifetime, a really outstanding one has to be that of your first car. Just about everyone I know can instantly tell you about his or her first car–often far far more than you … Continue reading
Going on a long vacation is a cornucopia of sensations. So much to do before you go and, oh, the expectations! To keep track of things I made list after list. So many things I’d need–or not, if you get … Continue reading
This is the final posting for our trip and it features pictures from the place we’ve called home for the past 13 days since we departed Barcelona and made our way across the mighty Atlantic. Celebrity Cruise Line’s Equinox is typical … Continue reading
Contrast in the Canary Islands…the rural openess of Lanzarote on the left, the hustle-bustle of port city Tanerife on the right. We made two stops in the Canary Islands off the northwestern coast of Africa, first at the island of … Continue reading
No, we were not on a freighter despite our docking at an industrial port. Nonetheless, our chariots (buses) awaited us. I thought they would wisk us alway to storybook Moroccan locations. We may even be taken to the casbah! There … Continue reading
We left Barcelona wanting more. It is a majestic city with incredible architecture and expansive boulevards that welcome pedestrians as much as autmobiles and motor scooters. But when Tuesday rolled around, if we weren’t on the ship, it would … Continue reading